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Clean Air Week events informed, entertained

May. 7, 2013—[Originally posted by MyVU] Vanderbilt’s Sustainability and Environmental Management Office (SEMO) and the Clean Air Partnership of Middle Tennessee hosted a Clean Air Week scavenger hunt near Vanderbilt’s Central Library on May 1. This and other activities were held to celebrate Air Quality Awareness Week April 29–May 3. At the events, Vanderbilt employees and students...

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Nashville residents, visitors taking advantage of bike sharing programs

Apr. 15, 2013—[Originally posted by WSMV] Reported by Jennifer Johnson Apr 12, 2013 5:54 p.m. If you’ve noticed a lot of green and red bikes around town lately, it’s not your imagination. Nashville now has two different bike sharing services that you can take advantage of, but there’s one huge difference: one’s free and the other isn’t....

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BRT for Music City: getting connected

Apr. 1, 2013—[Originally posted by InsideVandy] Megan Barry summed things up nicely: “We can’t lay down any more asphalt, so it’s time to actually solve the problem.” Barry, a former adjunct faculty member at Vanderbilt who currently serves as the Nashville Metro Council member at-large, was referring to the impetus for the East-West Connector, Nashville’s ambitious public...

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Regional Transportation Authority and VanStar add bus and van service direct to Vanderbilt from Williamson County park-and-ride

Dec. 7, 2012—[Originally posted by MyVUMC] The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) has started direct-to-Vanderbilt bus service from park and ride lots in Franklin and Brentwood, the first time that Vanderbilt commuters have not been required to pass through downtown Nashville before arriving at work in the morning or returning home in the evening. The bus (designated 91X)...

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Stave off holiday excess by ‘greening the holidays’ this season

Nov. 15, 2012—The holiday season is traditionally a time of plenty, but it also can be a time of excess. The average American household generates 25 percent more trash during this time of year – including, in some cases, those freezer-burnt holiday leftovers nobody got around to eating. Add in all the energy use from extra travel...

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Zipcar provides transportation alternative on campus; get $40 credit

Nov. 7, 2012—[Originally posted by MyVU] Need to pick up office supplies or go to a meeting? With Zipcar, you can carpool or bike to work and still have wheels when you need them during the workday. Zipcar is a car-sharing service with vehicles on and off Vanderbilt’s campus that allows you to reserve cars by the...

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Vanderbilt doubles on-campus electric vehicle charging capacity

Oct. 23, 2012—[Originally published by Liz Entman, Vanderbilt News] Vanderbilt’s solar-powered electric vehicle (EV) charging station at the corner of 21st Avenue South and Broadway is up and operating. The Smart Modal Area Recharge Terminal, or SMART station, can accommodate 10 vehicles and joins five other stations scattered across the university campus and medical center, bringing the...

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Vanderbilt Sustainability Competition: Are You the Greenest Group on Campus?

Oct. 22, 2012—Vanderbilt Sustainability Competition Be the Greenest Group on Campus Presented by Waste Management Register | Registration (PDF) All groups, teams, departments and campus organizations are invited to compete to be the greenest group on campus. To enter, a group captain, leader or representative must complete the competition survey. – Deadline for entry is Nov. 7,...

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Re(novated) Rand provides new home for re{cycle}

Oct. 18, 2012—[Originally posted by Maddie Hughes on Inside Vandy] When the renovated Rand space opened last week, it not only added additional seating space and new dining options, but also the first storefront for a student-run business: the bicycle rental company re{cycle}. The company was founded last year by four Vanderbilt students: then-seniors Juliette Cilia and Nissa...

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