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.
Jack Byrne, director of Middlebury's sustainability integration office, joined renewable energy experts from Vermont to testify at a US senate field hearing in Montpelier on renewable energy.
Students harvest honey at the college organic garden
Meadows sprout where once trimmed grass grew.
Students, faculty, and staff received grants from the Environmental Council. This academic year, the EC awarded nearly $18,000 to 17 different projects.
Winning proposals include walking the Ganges and assessing Cuba's environmental legacy
Power Strip: How much can you take off? is a new electricity competition that uses kilowatt meters to provide real-time electricity data, giving participants information needed to reduce electricity in their specific situations.
Green mission statement has coaches, athletes and administrators helping College reach goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2016
With support from the David S. Stone '74 Tree House Fund, Middlebury student Molly Lohman created a community art project, Bikes, Recycled.