Bowdoin Announces Update to Carbon Neutrality Plan

Announcing word of a 16% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions since the College’s carbon reduction plan was adopted, President Barry Mills, in a letter to the Bowdoin community, urges everyone to learn how simple changes can have a significant impact in this ongoing effort.

“Bowdoin is an institution and a community dedicated from its founding to serving the Common Good, and there is no doubt that preservation of our environment falls within this historic charge,” writes Mills.

Read President Mills’ letter, view the summary report and watch the video produced by Maggie Williams ’12.

The College installed its first living — or “green” — roof October 11. Read Bangor Daily News coverage and view the slideshow.

Comments

  1. As I told a group of undergraduates several years ago, today’s Bowdoin is “a better Bowdoin” than that I attended.
    Keep moving forward.

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