AUNE’s Green Initiatives Featured in Union Leader’s Sunday Newspaper

Antioch University New England’s (AUNE) sustainability values and programs, and the Conservation Psychology Institute were highlighted in the April 22 New Hampshire Sunday News, written by freelancer Melanie Plenda.

Interviewed for the stories, Abigail Abrash Walton, director of AUNE’s Center for Academic Innovation, talked about AUNE’s green initiatives, including using technology to save energy, and green bikes. An accompanying article discussed AUNE’s second annual Conservation Psychology Institute, scheduled for June 23-27.

Read the stories here.

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