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Video by Joe O'Neill
As part of this weekend's BE.Hive on Campus: Climate Change Needs Behavior Change summit, hosted by Dickinson College and the global nonprofit Rare, teams of students from a range of colleges were asked to design a solution for getting more people to select plant-rich meals on their campuses. During Saturday's BE.Hive summit, which is available via livestream, the top-three teams will present their solutions on stage to more than 400 campus sustainability leaders, behavioral scientists and student advocates from 46 colleges.
Published October 5, 2019