Long a hotbed of environmental activism, America's campuses are blooming green, Forbes reports. Schools are committing to reducing their carbon dioxide emissions, they're funneling endowment money into renewable-energy investment funds, and students--the engine behind much of this growth--are pushing for more. Part of this activism stems from growing public concern about climate change. Schools also see financial returns on "sustainable" investments, such as energy-efficient buildings and recycling efforts. And they're paying closer attention to their impact on the environment, as students increasingly consider a school's environmental stewardship in choosing a college. While it's virtually impossible to pinpoint the greenest school

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