Native American chef and educator Sean Sherman will serve an indigenous-inspired meal on campus and present a special lecture on indigenous food systems.
Dickinson and six partner institutions win prestigious sustainability research award for collaborative study of nitrogen emissions.
Brett Jenks of Rare discusses why climate change may be “all in our heads” during a residency that launches a revolutionary new educational center based on behavioral science.
Global conservation leader Brett Jenks will discuss how better understanding human behavior can help solve the climate crisis.
Dickinson earns a No. 5 ranking on The Princeton Review's annual list of Top 50 Green Colleges.
Dickinson's College Farm has been honored for its natural resource conservation work.
Dickinson is again named one of Sierra magazine's ‘Coolest Schools’ for environmental sustainability.
Dickinson is one of only 24 colleges nationwide to make the Princeton Review’s Green Honor Roll.
Take a 360-video tour of the College Farm, produced by USDA Climate Hubs to highlight innovative agricultural strategies to mitigate the effects of climate change.
Dickinson takes leadership role in helping faculty across a wide-range of disciplines prepare students to tackle tomorrow's sustainability challenges.
Dickinson is among more than 1,200 colleges, universities, governors, mayors and business leaders pledging to continue to reduce carbon emissions in line with the Paris climate agreement.
Interim President Neil Weissman is part of the leadership circle of presidents calling for carbon pricing to combat climate change.
Join fellow Dickinsonians in Washington—or in spirit—for the Earth Day March for Science.
Former vice-presidential candidate Winona LaDuke discusses climate change and the growing protest movement against fossil-fuel projects.
Brad Boehringer ’13 learned about the sustainable oyster-farming industry from the ground up. Today, he’s owner-operator of a two-acre commercial oyster farm in Rhode Island.
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