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This College Wants To Be Fossil Fuel Free By 2019

By Aimee Lutkin

Hawaii has been making huge strides when it comes to walking away from a carbon footprint. The state recently pledged that by 2045, they will make all the vehicles on their roads that provide private or public transportation powered by completely renewable fuel sources.

Now, Fast Company reports that the Hawaii Legislature and the University of Hawaii system have paired together for a new goal. They want to make all of their college campuses, ten in all, completely "net zero" by 2035. That would mean each campus would produce as much renewable energy as it uses. One of their campuses is so close, they think they'll hit the goal by 2019. Which one? None other than Maui College.