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Read Full Story China is saying that energy-efficiency measures on Beijing's college and university campuses will greatly reduce emissions.
The Seoul municipal government said it is seeking to build solar power facilities at about 1,000 of its schools in an effort to cope with the effects of global climate change, the Korea Herald reported yesterday.
Green student activists at the Canadian International School
January 12, 2012
I recently attended a meeting in a large, airy building with wooden beamed ceilings and a huge Christmas tree in the corner to talk with committee members of a new environmental initiative charged with promoting green living  throughout the organization. With such campaigns as Meatless Mondays, Lights Out Fridays, and a complete ban on the use of plastic bottles, one would think you were talking to a large corporation making its first moves into the sustainability world.
Singapore's Ministry of Education, the Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC) and IBM are collaborating to install smart meters to track energy usage in 20. The computer giant is funding the S$121,000 (USD100,000) cost of the project, which is expected to be completed by August next year.