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Feldish said she sees flaws in Northeastern’s sustainability at basic levels.

“There are still problems for recycling in residence halls,” she said. “If we can’t even move past recycling, which is really baseline, it’s hard to try and want to do other things. We would like to have recycling bins outdoors, and we’ve asked and we’ve been shut down a couple times.”

However, Feldish said she is optimistic about the future. She mentioned raised garden beds on campus and volunteer programs at local urban community gardens and farms at which members of HEAT have been active.

“I think a lot of effort and a lot of good intentions are there, but a lot of times good intentions don’t necessarily translate into positive action right away. So I think that we’re on the right track, but not quite fourth in the world yet,” she said.

Jennifer Cole, director of the environmental studies program and member of the provost-level academic sustainability committee was not surprised by the ranking.

“I think Northeastern as a whole doesn’t strive for it. I think it’s a natural result of Northeastern having a mission to be green,” she said.

She also said the campus could not have earned the ranking it did without the history and depth of measures taken toward sustainability.

“We’ve been sustainable, really since the ‘80s,” Cole said. “From the president’s office down, people care about sustainability issues and about having a lighter footprint on the earth and have been that way longer than it’s been cool. We couldn’t come out with being number four I think if we just hopped on the recent bandwagon.”

Cole said she thinks that the urban location of the Northeastern campus is great for sustainability.

“Concentrated buildings and larger buildings make for more efficient ways of doing things, as opposed to a spread out campus … where there is more heat loss, more water and sewer lines going to and from buildings,” Cole said. “So I think the fact that we are urban is actually good.”