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Middlebury Sustainability News

12/16/14

Five Environmental Studies students at Middlebury College recently researched the effects of global climate shifts on public mental health for Vermont's Department of Health.

12/15/14

Middlebury pledged that by 2016, 30 percent of food purchased for Dining Services will meet RFC criteria, including: local (within 150 miles), ecologically sound, fair working conditions, and humane animal treatment.

11/7/14

How a group of motivated Middlebury students co-founded 350.org with Middlebury College Schumann Distinguished Scholar Bill McKibben.

11/3/14

Middlebury College Professor and Environmental Studies Affiliate Matthew Dickerson recently published a book about fly fishing, Appalachia, and a love for the water.

10/12/14

Middlebury is participating in a new, collaborative summer class about Vermont's food system.

8/6/14

Marc Lapin and student researchers help us better understand the ecological values, history, and potential of the College’s forests, wetlands, meadows, and hayfields.

 

 

 

7/18/14

Catch up with the latest environmental studies research by Middlebury faculty and students, from pollination and place-based dance to the psychology of environmental action.

7/18/14

This year’s environmental studies senior seminar focused on the history of environmental action in Vermont and how the state can thrive in a climate-altered future.

7/18/14

On May 16, Middlebury hosted U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, Sen. Bernie Sanders, Sen. Patrick Leahy, Rep. Peter Welch, and Gov. Peter Shumlin at the “Vermont Sustainable Energy Summit."

8/6/14

In January, we welcomed author and farm and food advocate Gary Nabhan as our 2014 Environmental Writer-in-Residence.