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Educational Institutions 


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The University College Birmingham not only has some wonderful courses to take, but also acknowledges it’s Social Responsibility obligations with it’s own Carbon Management Plan. Their plan is two-fold. The first part is that they are responsible as an organisation for their own CO2 emissions and responsible for developing plans which will, over time, significantly reduce them. This will mitigate the effects of climate change. The second part is that they will also lead the way for our students, staff and local community, through education and demonstration. They will show that CO2 emissions can be reduced, and which are the successful routes to do so.


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Standford University is the best university in the country and in 2019 was voted the best college for Environmental Science in America. The university has an acceptanc rate of 5% and an overall niche grade of A+ Environmental Studies ranks nationwide #1 of 396 colleges.The university is made of 18 institutes and provides its students with 20 libraries. Science and tecnology have an annual research budget of 1.6 billion USD.




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Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, is #8 best colleges in America but #2 in Environmental studies. It is an elite private university with an accptance rate of 10% with an overall niche grade of A+.Graduation rate is 95% and most students feel confident about their course. 94% are employed 2 years after graduation. DukeEngage is a programme where students go to all parts of the world to work with communities through research and volunteer work.



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Harvard University is an elite private university located in Cambridge, Massachusetts in the Boston Area is #3 best colleges in America and also #3 in Environmental studies. It is a mid-size institution with an enrollment of 7,147 undergraduate students. Admissions is extremely competitive (#1 hardest collees to get into in America) as the Harvard acceptance rate is only 5%.

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