Through the advanced seminar “Environmental Literature, Ethics, and Action,” students combine their academic studies with a strong dose of real-world application.
Barnard Eco-Reps and the Office of Residential Life and Housing make Barnard more Sustainable
With two very different approaches, environmentalist heroes Annie Leonard and Diane Pataki are out to teach us how to save the planet.
A sustainability program means to increase awareness, promote thoughtful choices, and change habits
Alison Powell '09 brings Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) to Morningside Heights
Barnard has launched two Recycling Hubs on campus! Find out where they are and what you can recycle.
Water filters and bottle fillers have been installed—see where on campus they are located.
In July 2003, a Barnard delegation comprising four students, two faculty members, and one alumna traveled to Johannesburg, South Africa to take part in a research trip on the physiological and social effects of vanadium poisoning in a small mining town.