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All posts tagged "students for environmental action"
Students for Environmental Action (SEA) is making it a point to show everyone at Quinnipiac just how much food they are throwing away everyday. Weigh the Waste is a new initiative the club is putting on weekly....
- Posted November 13, 2018
Twelve years to make a difference
Climate scientists from all over the world have gathered information and data, discovering that pollution, CO2 emissions and global warming are occurring at unprecedented rates. Using this information, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a...
- Posted October 23, 2018
The Flint Water Crisis and Beyond
The Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) held its 28th annual conference of the world’s largest gathering of reporters, journalists and students who cover environmental issues on Oct. 3. This year’s conference was held in Flint, Michigan, with...
- Posted October 9, 2018
Residence Halls compete to save energy
Students for Environmental Action are encouraging Quinnipiac residents to “Do it in the Dark” and reduce their electrical consumption. SEA started Do It in the Dark in 2012 to encourage sustainability on campus, Johanna Berton, president of...
- Posted April 19, 2014
Turn out the lights and win big: Do it in the Dark returns
Students for Environmental Action is hosting this year’s Do it in the Dark event, hoping to change Quinnipiac’s grade from a ‘D’ to ‘A’ on The College Sustainability Report Card and beat last year’s event, which saved...
- Posted March 6, 2013
Do it in the dark results
After 22 days, the Do It In the Dark Challenge, sponsored by Students for Environmental Action and the QU Sustainability Committee, finally has a winner. Larson College Hall beat Mountainview by 2 percent energy saved. Overall, residence...
- Posted April 18, 2012
Students for Environmental Action encourage energy saving
Brackets are common in the month of March for basketball fans, but not to compare energy uses in residence halls. Do It In The Dark, sponsored by Students for Environmental Action (SEA) and the Facilities Department, is...
- Posted March 26, 2012