5 Environmental Documentaries to Watch on Netflix

1. A Fierce Green Fire In what Outside Magazine calls “The most ambitious environmental documentary since An Inconvenient Truth”, A Fierce Green Fire covers fifty years of environmental movements. The film begins with Sierra Club and its fight to stop the construction of dams in the Grand Canyon.It then moves on to focus on the Love … More 5 Environmental Documentaries to Watch on Netflix

Glad to Know You: Green Oxford

GreenHawks Media is proud to present a series known as “Glad to Know You” featuring organizations on Miami University that are environmentally-oriented. Since it was founded in 2007, environmental organization Green Oxford has been committed to making Miami University and all of Oxford a greener place through action, education, and leadership, according to its student … More Glad to Know You: Green Oxford

African Sustainability Conference at Miami

Fall 2012 By Chelsea Jones In today’s world, issues of sustainability exist everywhere, but nowhere are these issues more pressing than in developing and Third World nations. In response to this situation, students from Miami University, as well as University of Cincinnati, University of Toledo, Xavier University, and Earlham College gathered on Saturday Nov. 10 … More African Sustainability Conference at Miami

Becoming an Environmental Entrepreneur

Fall 2012 – Ever thought of starting your own company that helps the environment? Turns out that there are numerous opportunities for becoming an environmental entrepreneur. According to the New Venture World Resources Institute, an environmental entrepreneur uses “the principles of entrepreneurship to solve environmental problems through market-based solutions.” This is one way to enter … More Becoming an Environmental Entrepreneur

Environmental Decisions made by Presidential Candidates

Spring 2012 – Republicans Michele Bachmann – Minnesota Representative –       Downsize EPA “What we need to do is pass the mother of all repeal bills, but it’s the repeal bill that will get a job killing regulations. And I would begin with the EPA, because there is no other agency like the EPA. It should … More Environmental Decisions made by Presidential Candidates

Co-Founder of Oberlin Project Visits Miami

Spring 2012 – David Orr, a Paul Sears distinguished professor of environmental studies and politics and Special Assistant to the President of Oberlin College, visited Miami University on Jan. 19, to discuss designing eco-friendly communities in a black swan world. “We’ve entered a brand new environmental era,” said Orr. “And the question is- what are … More Co-Founder of Oberlin Project Visits Miami