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Middlebury Sustainability News

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.

 

 

 

8/6/14

This winter, Emily Hoyler and her students in Education for Sustainability in Action ventured out of the classroom and into Vermont schools and communities to learn as well as teach.

 

 

 

8/6/14

More and more faculty are learning new ways to integrate sustainability into the curriculum, and Psychology Professor Michelle McCauley tells us whether it’s working.

 

8/6/14

News and notes from Dean of Environmental Affairs Nan Jenks-Jay and Director of Environmental Studies Jon Isham.

9/22/14

Elizabeth Courtney, co-author of Greening Vermont: The Search for a Sustainable State, reflects on her work with Middlebury students in last spring's Environmental Studies Senior Seminar.

5/14/14

Secretary Ernest Moniz, Vermont's congressional delegation and governor, and Vermont energy leaders will discuss the path to a clean energy future.