Since 2009, the Jessie Ball duPont Fund has been helping the small, independent liberal arts colleges eligible for its support to find creative ways to conserve energy, reduce their carbon footprint and lower operating costs. While there are many relativelylearn more »
A project undertaken by the Jessie Ball duPont Fund suggests nonprofit organizations may have much to gain from energy conservation efforts.learn more »
Seven small colleges are moving forward with plans to reduce energy consumption on campus thanks to support from the Jessie Ball duPont Fund’s energy conservation initiative.learn more »
Since 2009, the Jessie Ball duPont Fund has supported small colleges and universities in their efforts to monitor and reduce energy consumption. Now, the Fund moves the initiative to Phase II, encouraging the development of green revolving loan funds.learn more »
Reducing energy consumption on college campuses is good for the environment, good for the students and good for the bottom line.
Two years into a Jessie Ball duPont Fund initiative, representatives of three dozen colleges share what they have learned as they work to reduce their carbon footprint.learn more »