The Princeton Review released its second annual “green ratings” – a measure of the environmental friendliness of colleges and universities. According to The Olympian, the college-prep company ranked 697 schools on a scale from 60 to 99 based on data provided by the schools, according to a press release. A school’s rankings are based on the health and sustainability of campus life, the preparation the school offers for dealing with environmental challenges and “the school’s overall commitment to environmental issues,” according to the release.
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