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The second annual Sustainability Day held on campus Nov. 18 illustrated Lynn's dedication to environmental conservation.


Vision: A sustainable campus environment to benefit students, faculty, staff and community
Mission: The Sustainability Committee seeks to enhance the university's mission by creating a sustainable campus environment with focus on conservation, commitment, community and education.
Core Values: Conservation, Commitment, Community, Environment and Education
Discipline Focuses: The commitee has 5 discipline areas: Community and Education, Energy and Transportation, Landscape and Ecology, Water, Waste and Materials.

The second Sustainability Speaker Series event of the semester is Friday, Nov. 13, noon–1 p.m. in the Wold Salon, on the topic, “Honey Bee Colony Collapse” with Leo A. Gosser. Lunch will be provided. RSVP to or akeller@ly...

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In January 2016, Lynn's Uhaul CarShare logged 321 hours and 2,542 miles.
In November 2015, Lynn's Uhaul CarShare logged 277 hours and 1,615 miles.
In October 2015, Lynn's Uhaul CarShare logged 393.5 hours and 3,281 miles.

In May 2015, Lynn's Uha...

Lynn has focused on increasing its efficient use of energy over the past three years. As a part of the Siemens Project we were able to reduce our utilities consumption by 30 percent. This is a growing trend globally and is having significant imp...

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  Hillel@Lynn celebrated the Jewish holiday Tu B’Shevat, “The New Year of the Trees,” by planting trees in the preserve on campus Feb. 4. Tu B’Shevat is the day that marks the beginning of a “new year” for trees....
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Lynn held its second annual Sustainability Day on Wednesday, Nov. 18, just outside the Mohammed Indimi International Business Center.

The day’s events included:
• “Green” exhibits
• Displays of recycled fashion, scooters and hybr...

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The National Intelligence Council Global Trends: 2030 projects a 40% increase in demand for food and water by 2030 and nearly 50% of the world's population will live in areas with limited access to food and water.  These scarcities will wor...

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Lynn’s latest sustainability innovation is a mobile printing service that’s helping save enormous amounts of paper. The service, called “follow-me printing,” enables students to send their document to a shared print queue and r...
Each year, Lynn’s first-year students participate in J-Term’s Citizenship Project, a three-week course focused on a civic issue, problem or other specific topic. The waste sort was an activity to determine the number of recyclables that en...
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