The lungs of our beautiful planet are burning down. Meanwhile, our government officials are more worried about getting their hands on Greenland.
A group of Ithaca College graduate students is conducting a survey to gather data about staff and faculty travel habits on college-related business.
An extinction of bees would eliminate many of the foods farms use to feed their animals, therefore decreasing the quality of their meat and byproducts.
The Passion Project is dedicated to self-empowerment, embracing youth culture, inspiration and social issues within and beyond Ithaca College.
Faculty and students gathered at the Center for Faculty Excellence to discuss ways to incorporate sustainability into their course curricula.
An unofficial “sustainability working group” plans to propose four bills to the Student Government Association by the end of the Spring 2016 semester — a sharp decline from its original plan of 18 bills.
The IC Eco-Reps are partnering with the Tompkins County Solid Waste Management Division to unveil a new composting site at the Ithaca College Circle Apartments, where there currently exists no composting program.
Four students traveled to the Rescue Mission in Syracuse, New York, and five to the Finger Lakes parks from Oct. 15 to 18 for the trips, which were organized and hosted by the Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs.
Amid many other concerns Ithaca College is facing — successfully instituting IC 20/20, part-time faculty unionization and the demand for better mental health services — initiatives to keep the college a leader in environmental sustainability no longer seem to be a priority, according to students and faculty involved in sustainability effo