Middlebury Sustainability News
John Elder gave the annual Scott A. Margolin '99 Lecture in Environmental Affairs, which was followed by a weekend of events related to nature, art, and creativity. John Elder, professor emeritus of environmental studies/English & American Literatures, retired after 37 years of teaching at Middlebury College.
New fuel source derived from dairy farm and food waste could bring college close to carbon neutrality.
Middlebury recieved an EPA merit award for our accomplishments in the national Recyclemania 2010 competition, which included 3rd place in composting.
Arbor Day celebration this Friday, May 7th. Learn about the trees on campus from college horticulturalist, Tim Parsons, and plant your own tree!
Environmental Council hosted a Grants Fair to highlight the many projects funded for the 2009-2010 academic year. Nearly $25,000 was awarded to members of the Middlebury community for campus sustainability projects.
Come listen to presentations from seniors in Environmental Studies
Middlebury College alumni received awards in the 2010 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
Join Middlebury students this weekend for a clean energy bike rally, starting on the capital steps in Montpelier. Students have challenged Vermont's gubernatorial candidates to replace Vermont Yankee with renewable energy.are working to make sure that Vermont Yankee is closed down and replaced with safe and affordable clean energy.
Events this week include a film festival, the annual Margolin lecture, alumni artists, green jobs, and Middlebury Earth Hour.