August 14, 2019

Hi everyone, Erica here! I just got back from a 10 day trip around Northern Europe, and I’m here today to tell you all about the different sustainability programs (or lack thereof) I saw along the way. It was so inspiring to see how so many different countries and cult...

August 12, 2019

The octopus moved weakly from within the faded soda can as my brother, Josh, peered inside. “I found it washed up on the beach, there was something growing around the can as well. I think it might have been coral”, he recalled. After putting the can back in the water t...

July 25, 2019

​​When you think of your environmental club, your first thought is most likely about meetings, initiatives, and working to make your campus a more sustainable place.  But like any other group or team, it’s important for everyone to feel comfortable voicing their opinio...

This April LaFarm embarked on an initiative to bring a small apiary of 2 hives to our campus farm. LaFarm, The Lafayette College Working Farm and Community Garden, has been a sustainability initiative and a part of our Environmental Studies and Sciences Program since 2...

July 12, 2019

Pet-sitting, dog walking, or just spending time with your family pet this summer? Did you know that in the US, dogs and cats create the equivalent of about 64 million tons of carbon dioxide a year?  Love your pet and love the Earth too? Check out our top 10 tips to red...

August 17, 2018

As August serves as the Sunday of the Summer, we all know what’s coming next. Soon enough, we’ll all be back on our campuses diving deep into our new classes, filling our weeks with exams and studying. But with the start of classes, also comes the start of your clubs,...

August 6, 2018

Thank you again to David Radcliff from New Community Project for recently hosting a webinar regarding Environmental Justice. In this webinar, Radcliff covered a vast array of topics. He began by introducing the organization he’s a part of, New Community Project, explai...

July 23, 2018

Julia Bebout, a student at Lehigh University is pursuing a B.S. In Earth and Environmental Science and is a current Land Manager this summer at Althouse Arboretum, which is managed by GreenAllies. Julia’s work this summer is focused on submitting the Althouse Arboretum...

July 16, 2018

One way to grow your environmental club is to learn from other clubs! I interviewed 2 environmental leaders about the structure and projects initiated by their club and here I am to share with you all they had to say!

Abbey Mui from Carnegie Mellon University studies in...

July 2, 2018

Back in April, Students for the Environment (S4E) at the University of Delaware had an amazing opportunity to host a conference with the help of GreenAllies. The board members of S4E noticed that our members have a lot of interest in food sustainability, so we decided...

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