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A recently unveiled statue of teen climate activist Greta Thunberg has miffed Winchester University (U.K.) students and local residents alike.
The University of Lynchburg made a bold commitment more than a decade ago to embrace sustainability. It reached a major milestone last month, but its work is not done.
Brazil's Supreme Federal Court has ordered an inquiry into the sale of protected areas of the Amazon rainforest via Facebook.
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Columbia University announced it has halted investments in fossil fuel companies.
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