Power plants are the largest source of carbon emissions in the country, and there are currently no limits on the amount of carbon pollution that future power plants will be able to emit. Limits on this pollution will help to lessen the causes of dangerous climate change that is already hurting our health and environment.
These webinars give NWF Campus Ecology members and partners the opportunity to hear from leading practitioners in the field on conservation and sustainability topics and to provide a forum for questions and discussion.
Over an 8-week period each spring, colleges across the United States and Canada report the amount of recycling and trash collected each week and are in turn ranked in various categories based on who recycles the most on a per capita basis, as well as which schools have the best recycling rate as a percentage of total waste and which schools generate the least amount of combined trash and recycling.
DEADLINE APRIL 14. Monetary fellowship grants of $2,000 are awarded to undergraduate and graduate students working with members of the faculty, staff, or administration on projects designed to help address climate change impacts and to protect wildlife and habitat on campus and beyond.
Receive our bi-weekly e-newsletter, ClimateEdu: News for the Green Campus. Participate in our Greener Campus webinars - four or five each year.
Your organization or affiliation will be listed on the National Wildlife Federation Campus Ecology website.
You will receive the Campus Ecology web banner for your climate action leadership.