If you need assistance, or information regarding proper battery disposal, you can contact the CCNY Environmental Health and Operational Safety Office at ext: 5080.
The new buses are called "The Vision" since the bus hood has been redesigned in an angular shape to increase driver visibility to increase safety.
During Earth Day, CCNY inaugurated five new hydration stations on campus in addition to the three already installed. CCNY started installing hydration stations back in 2010. The stations had been very popular since then, but installing more stations in CCNY's gothic buildings was challenging.After arduous work from our Building & Grounds personnel, 5 new locations were allocated and now the college community can enjoy fresh, clean, and sustainable water in 8 different locations on campus: 2 in Marshak, 2 in NAC, 1 in Steinman, 1 in Compton Goethals, 1 in Spitzer and 1 in Harris Hall.
The day was bright and festive, with music and surprises. CCNY Green was delighted to present students sustainable work exhibitions from various disciplines such as Engineering, Science, Art, Architecture, and featured participation of NOAA-CREST and the U.S department of Interior.
CCNY Green was honored by the presence of Dr. Kathryn Sullivan, NOAA, deputy administrator and first American woman to walk in space, and Dr. Michael Oppenheimer, speaker guest of CCNY's Interdisciplinary seminar Cycle on Climate Change.
President Lisa with Dr. Kathryn Sullivan
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