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Graphic displaying the number of times representatives used the terms "climate change" and "clean energy" on the House and Senate floor over the past four years.

72 Hours to Break the Silence on Climate

10/1/2012 // By Sara Gassman

Here at Campus Ecology, we talk about clean energy and climate change because those issues are important to us personally, and we know that those issues are important to students on campuses. Not only do we talk about clean energy, […] Read more >

Clean Energy Champions in Michigan

9/26/2012 // By Liz Starke

This fall, the Michigan Student Sustainability Coalition is working with students on campuses across the state to run a campaign centered around encouraging young people to vote for candidates and initiatives that will support clean energy. For those of you […] Read more >

Weekly News Roundup – September 21, 2012

9/21/2012 // By Aislinn Maestas

Want to know what National Wildlife Federation was up to this week? Here is a recap of the week’s NWF news: NWF Hails Designation of Colo.’s Chimney Rock as National Monument a Significant Milestone September 21 - The designation of Colorado’s […] Read more >

NWF Campus Ecology Releases New Student Guide on Dirty Energy Politics

9/20/2012 // By Courtney Cochran

National Wildlife Federation’s Campus Ecology Program is pleased to announce the release of our new resource, “A Student’s Guide to How Corporate Oil, Gas and Coal Money Influences U.S. Energy Policy”. The guide is designed to take students behind the […] Read more >

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Tired of Polluter TV Spots? There’s an App for That

9/20/2012 // By Kendall Mackey

If you live in a political swing state, you’ve probably noticed the barrage of political ads being sponsored by oil, gas, and coal companies. Wealthy polluters are pouring unprecedented millions into advertisements in an effort to influence this election. Ordinary […] Read more >

Damaged riparian zone at Oberlin College. Image credit Noah Schwarz

EPA Campus RainWorks Challenge

9/19/2012 // By Sara Gassman

Today’s forecast: 62 degrees with an 85% chance of showers. Put on your raincoat and start singing… Rain, rain, go away. Come again another day… Look at all the puddles forming, and the water rushing down the street to the […] Read more >

A Juniata College student enjoys the bike share program

How Bikeable Is Your Campus?

9/12/2012 // By Sara Gassman

Looking for a new way to travel around campus this year? How about a bicycle?! Bicycles are a super-efficient way to get from your dorm to class in practically no time at all. Surely you were looking for a way […] Read more >

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Take a Green-Themed Walking Tour of Your Campus!

9/5/2012 // By Sara Gassman

Do you know how “green” your campus is?  Here’s a quick quiz to find out: How many green roofs does your school have?  (2 points, plus 1 bonus point if you can name the buildings) Do the toilets in your […] Read more >

Shattered Sky

8/24/2012 // By Sara Gassman

Shattered Sky is a new documentary that uses the true story of the ozone crisis to inspire action addressing climate and energy issues. The National Wildlife Federation is the education partner for the film, working with the filmmakers to create […] Read more >

Back-to-School Yard Sales Reduce Campus Waste, Support Community

8/13/2012 // By Sara Gassman

If you’re a college student as we near the end of August, you’re probably beginning to think about back-to-school. Time to dig out the boxes and bins of dorm room essentials you packed away last May, and to figure out […] Read more >