Congratulations 2015 Spring GES Minor graduates

Congratulations to our 2015 Spring Global Environmental Sustainability Minor graduates. Thursday, May 14, 2015 the School had a ceremony celebrating 23 of the 58 graduates along with their family and friends. Below is a list of all the graduates:

How to Recycle One of the Most Common Kind of Litter in the World

A National Geographic news report.

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World Wide Views on Climate and Energy

Citizens are missing from global, national, and local climate change and energy policy negotiations. We would like to invite you to the conversation!

Join the the unique opportunity to share your opinions on climate change and energy policies to inform decision-makers and stakeholders on citizen views!  All voices are needed for this global conversation.

Fracking Chemicals Detected in Pennsylvania Drinking Water

An article from The New York Times by Nicholas St. Fleur, May 4, 2015

An analysis of drinking water sampled from three homes in Bradford County, Pa., revealed traces of a compound commonly found in Marcellus Shale drilling fluids, according to a study published on Monday.

A Warming Region Sees New Management

The US will take over as chair of the Arctic Council next week, giving it new power over policy in the fragile Arctic region. For the next two years, the US will guide the Arctic Council as it faces new challenges arising from climate change and the rapid rate of warming, as ice melt allows for new shipping routes and further access to oil and gas reserves.

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