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October 20, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

A week in photos — April 25, 2013

By | Apr 25, 2013

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College celebrates World Water Day

Ithaca College students dive into water-related issues for IC Water Week, which celebrates World Water Day on March 22.

Video: Class Harvest

By | Mar 6, 2013

An environmental studies and science class, Natural Resources and Ecology: Farming the Forest, has students producing and selling mushrooms, maple syrup, and honey.

Video: Forward on Climate rally

By | Feb 21, 2013

About 50 Ithaca College students traveled to Washington D.C. to take part in what is being called the largest environmental rally in history.

Audio Slideshow: A Belizean experience

By | Jan 24, 2013

A student talks about her trip to Belize with her environmental study class, Belize Rainforests Reefs, and Ruins

BP to pay for spill

By | Nov 15, 2012

BP has agreed to pay $4.5 billion in damages – the largest criminal fine in U.S history – for its role in the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion.

Top 5 eco websites

By | Oct 28, 2012

There are so many voices in the world of environmental reporting that it’s hard to know who to listen to. With that in mind, here is a list of some of my go-to resources

Local startup develops wind energy prototype

By | Oct 4, 2012

In an effort to increase the use of sustainable resources, Weaver Wind Energy, a local startup company, is developing a more reliable and effective wind turbine that adjusts with changing weather.

Global food waste

By | Sep 16, 2012

Here’s a disturbing infographic from Next Generation Food with some great stats about food waste.

Video: New permaculture garden at Ithaca College designed sustainably

By | Sep 5, 2012

Students at Ithaca College designed the new garden next to Williams Hall. Hear why this garden is more sustainable than others.

Hydrilla invasion continues

By | Feb 17, 2012

It’s back. To fund the eradication of hydrilla verticillata, an invasive aquatic species that first reared its head last fall, a local environmental task force has requested $700,000 to $1 million in funding from New York state.