Colorado State Goes Green for Green

A new program in sustainable enterprise will educate future business leaders in producing working solutions to global problems, for a profit

In 2002, students and faculty at Colorado State University in Fort Collins developed a technology designed to sharply reduce pollution from snowmobile engines. The next year—after non-governmental organizations in the Philippines were attracted to the technology as a way to reduce pollution from motorized tricycles—students and faculty formed EnviroFit International. The nonprofit corporation develops technologies that reduce pollution and enhance energy efficiency in emerging markets.

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