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National Wildlife Federation Campus Ecology Fellows tour NewPage Recycle Mill

6/11/2011 // By Kristy Jones

NWF’s Eco-Schools and Campus Ecology programs, in partnership with NewPage Corporation, and with support from McGraw-Hill, are working together on a textbook recycling initiative. The goal? To learn more about the textbook recycling industry in the U.S and engage more […] Read more >

Grand Rapids City-Wide Power Shift Event

3/16/2011 // By Alex Costakis

This Friday 3/18 at 7pm in the John F. Donnelly Conference Center, Aquinas College is hosting a city-wide Power Shift 2011 event for students and community members across Western Michigan. Read more >

Check out our new features!

9/4/2007 // By Jen Fournelle

Check out Campus Ecology’s new website!  We have a huge searchable case study database that can help you get ideas on how to get your program off the ground!  We have podcasts to listen to on sustainability topics!  You can […] Read more >

Fellowship Deadline Approaching!

1/22/2007 // By Kristin Kranendonk

The deadline for National Wildlife Federation fellowship applications is fast approaching! We are looking for undergraduate and graduate students committing to finding global warming solutions. Deadline for submissions is January 31, 2007. * If you have a creative idea about […] Read more >

2007 Campus Ecology Fellowship Opportunity

12/7/2006 // By Kristin Kranendonk

NWF is looking for undergraduate and graduate students dedicated to confronting global warming on campus to become our 2007 Campus Ecology Fellows. We encourage sustainability task forces, environmental committees, or similar groups to nominate one or more student applicants for […] Read more >

Campuses Taking the Lead on Global Warming Solutions

8/18/2006 // By Kristy Jones

"Sea-bed plan to store carbon", a recent BBC News article, details the theory that storing carbon dioxide under the sea could help to reduce global warming and will probably pose no threat to marine life. Like this one, there are many […] Read more >

Scaling Mountains: The Big Guy and the Monster

8/10/2006 // By Kristin Kranendonk

My friend, Justin, just climbed Denali and the official expedition name was “Big Guy and the Monster”. And Denali is, indeed, a monster! Seeing Justin’s amazing summit pictures made me realize that I will never, ever, become a mountaineer. Denali […] Read more >

Moo-ve Over Conventional Farming!

7/19/2006 // By Kristin Kranendonk

The most obvious culprits of global warming are transportation and energy, but what exactly does that mean? If we all change our light bulbs and buy a hybrid the problem is solved? That certainly would help, but we have to […] Read more >

A Walk in the Park

6/20/2006 // By NWF

NWF’s mission is to inspire Americans to protect wildlife for our children’s future. The National Park Service was created to preserve natural resources. So it would be logical to assume that the park service and NWF have similar interests. And […] Read more >