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Students find an array of opportunities on the 80 acres that make up Dickinson's organic farm.
Dickinson's College Farm has long been a shining example of sustainability and agricultural education. Recently, they took strides to reduce carbon emissions on the farm by utilizing solar power.
As a waste-minimization intern through Dickinson’s Center for Sustainability Education, Kendra Beaver ’20 has learned about sustainability while making an impact.
Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium honors Dickinson administrator and student for active, meaningful sustainability efforts.
Virtual sessions on sustainability aim to educate and mobilize the Dickinson community.
Dickinson will mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day with virtual teach-in sessions on April 21 & 22.
Neil Leary, director of the Center for Sustainability Education, has landed three tips in People magazine's upcoming list of "50 things you should know and do to help the planet."
Dickinson College is the first higher education institution in Pennsylvania—and one of the first in the country—to achieve carbon neutrality.
As one of the first 10 U.S. colleges or universities to produce zero net emissions of greenhouse gases, Dickinson leads the way.
The annual sustainability-focused competition moves online this year, and it's open for entries.
Dickinson is partnering with three schools to purchase the largest amount of solar power by any higher education institutions nationally.
Cameron Kerr '09 takes on an eight-day trek in Antarctica to raise awareness about conservation and wounded veterans.
Dickinson students help measure greenhouse gas emissions for a study that will form the basis of a local climate action plan.
Meet Larissa Babicz ’20, a bio major, birder, dog trainer and wildlife artist who researches the effects of climate change on birds in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.
Dickinson's ALLARM and its students make a difference in Pennsylvania and across the country.
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