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10 green (or not so green) things you should know about NKU

January 27, 2014 Leave a comment Go to comments

The Northerner Green Beat

From the green roof on Griffin Hall, to a center paving the way in environmental education of local P-12 educators, a once thought-to-be concrete jungle of NKU has turned out to be a world alive with green initiatives.

But what does being green really mean and are these initiatives enough?

Follow me as I make the journey in discovering the answer to these questions and more– through my blog The Northerner Green Beat.

This “beat” will feature  coverage of all things green at NKU. And no, I’m not talking about the color. I mean “all things green” as it pertains to the environment and how it affects the people, places and things we encounter everyday as part of our NKU community.

Below  is just a sampling of my initial research into the environmental world at NKU. Read to check out what’s going on. Some of it may just surprise you.

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