The Princeton Review was the first and remains the largest resource for students selecting colleges. ecoAmerica and The Princeton Review launched the College Green Rating in 2008, and since then, millions of students and their parents are able to use "green" as a deciding factor when choosing a school. The Princeton Review has now partnered with the
U.S. Green Building Council to provide a free guidebook of “green colleges.”
“The Princeton Review’s Guide to 286 Green Colleges” was released today, Earth Day
and is downloadable here.
ecoAmerica is excited to see that one of its first partners, The Princeton
Review, has not only continued the Green Ratings program (and will in perpetuity),
but has broadened its emphasis of the personal benefits of sustainability in
higher education with this new guide. The Green Ratings communicate to students and schools that sustainability is not an abstraction, it's about personal actions that provide concrete benefits. “The Princeton Review’s Guide to
286 Green Colleges” will continue driving that message to high school students and parents across the country.