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UVM student activism brings use of 100% recycled toilet paper and paper towels, bleached without chlorine. Read the full story on how UVM is changing the world one piece of paper at a time. in the view

Release Date: 12-01-2010

Economist Blooms As Filmmaker

Jon Erickson is frustrated. "Lake Champlain is in bad shape," he says, "The algae blooms we see each year are a symptom of a lake receiving too much phosphorous, too much pollution." Full Story...

The University of Vermont is committed to environmental stewardship as a pillar of its academic, student, and institutional culture. This website, made possible by the Office of Sustainability, offers a glimpse into current activities at the "Environmental University." 

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UVM student organization VSTEP is actively engaged in the Burlington-based Kick the Bottle campaign, promoting reusable water bottles instead of single-use bottled water.

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