TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - One local college is named a leader in sustainability!
Indiana State University (ISU) is one of 20 schools across the United States named as a finalist for the title of Second Nature Climate Leader.
ISU's sustainability committee entered a video promoting their work.
You can vote for the university to help them win!
Officials say sustainability is something the campus promotes every day.
"So with the institute of community sustainability, we're really bringing together sustainability efforts on campus and promoting sustainability that ISU does," said Jim Speer, executive director of the Institute of Community Sustainability.
You can vote from each of your electronic devices once a day throughout the month of April.
To vote, head to the Planet Forward website .
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