Middlebury Sustainability News
Middlebury College progresses towards its goal of carbon neutrality and plans for the future.
The Bread Loaf Writers' Conference summer programs are now accepting applications for Middlebury Student Scholarships.
Steve Trombulak, Professor of Environmental and Biosphere Studies at Middlebury College and the director of the Middlebury School of the Environment, speaks at TEDxMiddlebury.
The new conference will be modeled after Bread Loaf, and will feature Rick Bass, Jane Brox and other renowned writers.
Pier LaFarge ’10.5, Co-Founder and CEO of Spark, spoke about sustainability and entrepreneurship as part of the Center for Social Entrepreneurship Fall Speaker Series.
The debate over fossil-fuel divestment took a spirited turn on the Middlebury College campus Tuesday evening as proponents and skeptics traded evidence and impassioned arguments for and against selling off endowment investments in the oil, coal and gas industries.
The Burlington Free Press awarded Bill McKibben - author, activist, and Schumann Scholar at Middlebury College- 2012 Vermonter of the Year. McKibben continues to inspire members of the local community by kicking off 2013 with several speaking events at Middlebury College this January.
The Nation blog, Extra Credit, featuring campus oriented news, published this article focusing on divestment efforts at Middlebury College written by current students, Bronwyn Oatley and Kelsey Collins.
Students in chemistry professor Jeff Byers' first-year seminar, Smart Energy Choices, learn how convert French fry oil from Proctor Dining Hall into useable biodiesel.
Jordie Ricigliano (‘12.5) and Lany Khattiya (‘12) embarked on a journey last summer to discover what “local” means to communities across the country. Their travels, encounters, findings, and tastings culminated in an independent journalism project, Local Through the Mouths of Locals.