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From left, Bemidji State University Sustainability Coordinator Erica Bailey-Johnson, BSU student and member of the Students for the Environment Club Hannah Hutchins and club president and student Asher Kingery discuss how they will use a grant from the Minnesota Schools Cutting Carbon Program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions on campus. Pioneer Photo/Anne Williams

BSU group is committed to cutting carbon

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A group at Bemidji State University is shedding light on the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions on campus in a very visual way.

Over the course of a year, 1,160 light bulbs will be replaced with more energy-efficient lighting in the most heavily used areas on campus, thanks to an initiative started by BSU's Students for the Environment Club.

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