Sustainable Success Story
UNH has once again been named to The Princeton Review’s Green College Honor Roll.
“We’re so pleased to be on Princeton’s Green Honor Roll for the tenth year in a row,” says Colleen Flaherty, communications and information coordinator for the UNH Sustainability Institute.
UNH was one of 26 schools to make the 2019 Green Honor Roll by receiving a score of 99 — the highest possible score, according to The Princeton Review.
"This is no small feat and makes UNH a very special place."
It’s the latest honor in a long list for UNH, which earned the highest national rating for sustainability — STARS Platinum — just over a year ago. “At the Sustainability Institute, we’re excited to move forward on a number of sustainability initiatives since achieving STARS Platinum,” Flaherty notes.
Earlier this year, UNH hit the number-two spot on the Sierra Club’s 2018 Cool Schools list.
“Every day I hear from our students, faculty and staff that sustainability is an important value. At UNH, we’re able to take this energy and work toward a more sustainable learning community,” Flaherty says. “This is no small feat and makes UNH a very special place.”