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Indiana State University Shares 5-year Sustainability Plan

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) – Indiana State University has unveiled a five-year plan to make the Terre Haute campus more sustainable by reducing waste and increasing energy efficiency. 

President Dan Bradley tells the (Terre Haute) Tribune-Star ( ) that the campus has been involved in sustainability efforts for some time. He says the goal is to beautify the campus while also saving money in the long run.

Jim Speer, a professor who leads the Institute for Community Sustainability, says the campus has added green space, learning labs and energy-efficient buildings as it has expanded more than 200 acres in the past 10 years.

The school also wants to expand its recycling center.

  Information from: Tribune-Star,

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