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Middlebury Sustainability News

3/9/12

Katie Romanov '11.5 is among the top 5 finalists for America’s Next Eco-Star, a national search for the standout among our nation’s next generation of energy leaders.

3/5/12

Middlebury's new 34-tracker solar farm located on Route 125 is now producing power.

2/22/12

Middlebury nominated Katie Romanov '11.5 for the America's Next Eco-Star contest that seeks to find a passionate college student who epitomizes America's future clean energy leadership.

2/17/12

Middlebury Sustainability Director, Jack Byrne, spoke with VRP's Jane Lindholm and sustainability officers from several Vermont schools on the Green Campus episode of Vermont Edition. Listen to the broadcast here.

2/15/12

The agreement guarantees qualified Middlebury students and graduates admission to Vermont Law School.

2/23/12

Visitors to Middlebury College will find a new building on campus called Self Reliance, built by students for the 2011 Solar Decathlon, an international green building competition sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy.

2/6/12

Taught by the executive director of the Alliance for Climate Education, a winter term course helped design a road map for the youth climate movement.

2/2/12

College hopes to repeat successful performance in 2011 competition.

1/19/12

MiddMag interviews junior Abigail Borah about her experience at the UN climate talks in Durban, South Africa. Watch the video here.

1/16/12

Middlebury College will soon expand its renewable energy portfolio when it installs 34 photovoltaic solar power collectors on the open swathe of 1.5-acre college land off Route 125, between McCardell Bicentennial Hall and the college organic garden.