The Environmental Action Organization will be hosting a movie premier
showing a new 350.org documentary called, "Do the Math".
documentary is about the rising movement to change the terrifying math
of the climate crisis and fight the fossil fuel industry. Afterwhich
there will be a live video chat of the nations leading
environmentalists. Finally, we will conclude with a conversation on
what we can do as a community to make a change.
February, 17, 2013, eleven St. Lawrence students joined with 50,000 activists
in Washington D.C. to protest the Keystone XL Pipeline. The approval of this
pipeline is not a political decision, it is ethical. David Smith'15 (Environmental Studies/Geology major), participated
in the protest and will recount his experiences and present on what is known
about the project and approval process and arguments for and against the
This issue covers topics of interest to all majors including,
government, economics, geology, environmental studies, canadian studies,
Let's sift through the information to uncover the
Along with the NY Negawatt Challenge students
in themehouses compete to reduce their buildings' electricity usage
by the greatest percentage. The winning
themehouse receives a personal show from a favorite local band!