The Princeton Review releases an annual report profiling over 400 colleges with green programs, degrees, policy commitments and operational practices.
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COOL STATS FOR TOP 50 SCHOOLS
22% of total food purchases from local sources and/or organic
50% of waste diverted from incinerators or solid-waste landfills
98% offer a sustainability-focused undergraduate major or degree
100% have a sustainability officer
School profiles in The Princeton Review Guide to Green Colleges provide detailed information on each school's use of renewable energy, recycling and conservation programs, availability of environmental studies, and career guidance for green jobs. The profiles also provide information on admission requirements, cost, financial aid, and student body facts and stats.