Middlebury Sustainability News


The U.S. Department of Energy announced on April 15 that Middlebury College has been selected to participate in Solar Decathlon 2011, in which 20 teams of college and university students will compete to design and build an energy-efficient solar-powered house. Read more in The Campus and MiddMag.


Students and staff took on the snowy weather to engage people in a conversation about climate change at Winter Carnival.


Interactive display allows viewers to explore energy use, water use, and solar electricity production in real time.


Apply for an Environmental Council sustainability grant for up to $2500. Preference will be given to proposals that address issues related to transportation alternatives, and food and dining, but all proposals are welcome.


Middlebury's president recognized for encouraging sustainability, including commitment to carbon neutrality by 2016.


Students partner with town of Middlebury for 350-dish potluck, as part of International Day of Climate Action.


Sierra Crane-Murdoch recognized for efforts with Power Past Coal


Middlebury College is one of 26 institutions in the United States and Canada to be selected as an "Overall College Sustainability Leader" in the 2010 edition of the College Sustainability Report Card.


Students tour Middlebury's green buildings, renewable energy projects, the organic garden, and the recycling center.


Middlebury Nordic Ski Coach, Hockey player, and Director of the Sustainability Integration Office, presented at a national conference on sustainability in higher-ed.