There's a green sheen settling over colleges and universities, reports the Los Angeles Times: Experts who follow building trends agree that in the last decade, as fears of global warming have grown and examples of eco-innovation have spread, campus greening has morphed from a fad into mainstream phenomenon. This spring, East Los Angeles College unveiled 5,952 solar panels that generate nearly half of the college's energy. At Santa Clara University, one building has carpet tiles made of yarn, and the entire floor is raised on 14-inch legs so that air circulating below can warm or cool classroom floors. A glass


Subscribe to Read More

Are You an Educator?

Get Free online access to all our news and resources

  • About the Author:

    eSchool News