Editor of “Scientific American” to Speak at Rush Rhees Library

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You are cordially invited to attend the University of Rochester River Campus Libraries’ Neilly Series lecture on Wednesday, February 25, presented by Fred Guterl, executive editor of Scientific American. Mr. Guterl will speak about his book, The Fate of the Species: Why the… Read More

Some Good News for the Planet

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As fellow advocates for the environment and human health, we often feel frustration when faced with data reports that seem rather grim. Sometimes it feels as though all of our efforts go in vain as we witness negative behaviors continue and… Read More

EcoVerde Coffee

Danforth Coffee Station

With those bitter cold days making their appearance more frequently in Rochester, few things can beat the feeling of warming up to a nice hot cup of coffee. But what’s even better is knowing that many of the coffee vendors… Read More

News and Upcoming Events from The New York State Pollution Prevention Institute

  Recent Article by NYSP2I: Supply-chain fixes are the secret sauce for three NY companies By Trish Donohue and Anahita Williamson Sustainable organizations can become preferred business partners, thanks to the demand for sustainable suppliers. Organizations that integrate sustainability into their… Read More

Participate in a Halloween River Clean-up

 Faculty, staff, and students are invited to join Grassroots students and the M.K. Gandhi Institute for a Halloween-themed river clean-up. The clean-up is from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 25. Meet at the Interfaith Chapel. Costumes are… Read More