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Fifty Years of Green: An Environmental History of Middlebury College since 1965
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Earth is at environmental crossroads
A student editorial on environmental challenges and what students can do to take action.
Renowned poet shares environmental works
Campus newspaper article on poet's reading and lecture.
Getting Styrofoam out of our lives and our trash
A student newspaper article on the environmental problems related to Styrofoam cups and other plastic goods
Environmental Action and Earth First! and problems of litter and recycling in the college mail room
A Middlebury Campus editorial reporting on Dave Foreman's speech at Middlebury in January 1988 and his call to action on environmental issues, and a student editorial on the problems of trash on the floor of the campus mail room
Environmental Studies comes to a halt
A March 1982 Middlebury Campus article about curricular changes in Geography and Environmental Studies
What do we really know about the ozone layer?
Products containing CFC's, a compound that is depleting the ozone layer, need to be eliminated from production.
Bad Rain for a Good Neighbor
In light of talks about acid rain, the U.S. struggles to reach an agreement to sign a cross-boundary pollution agreement that would restrict the nitrogen oxide pollution that travels into Canada.
MiddFood Gets Organic
Preaching the environmental pressures of transporting food and discussing the local, organic food which the dining halls already offer.
MacCracken explores various solutions to fossil fuel energy crisis
Article on senior Michael MacCracken's talk for the United States Global Change Research Program
Candidates Hazy on Environment