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This year, Ithaca College Environmental Society (ICES), along with many other clubs, will be coming together this Earth Day for a celebration of the work that has been done to mitigate climate change and spread environmental justice!

Where: Academic Quad

When: 10 am to 4 pm

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***Good time for Spring cleaning, isn't it? Eco-Reps are asking for donations of clean, unwanted item. Please drop off all donations to TIOLI***

Take It Or Leave It (TIOLI) is a year-round program where anyone from the IC community is welcome to donate or take whatever they want during open hours. The TIOLI room is located in the basement of Clarke Hall. To get in, a whiteboard at the main entrance of Clarke will have the number of the Eco-Rep working who you can call to let you into the building.

Dropping off clean, lightly-used items is highly encouraged. We want to keep our shelves stocked all year-round. One person's trash is another person's treasure!

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Will Mathewson will be coming to campus Thursday Oct. 13th - Friday Oct. 14th to recruit for next year’s class of Green Corps.

Green Corps’ Field School for Environmental Organizing trains college graduates to run environmental campaigns, starting by building a core group of activists and finishing by convincing...

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On Saturday April 9, students and youth from every background across Central
 New York will converge in Ithaca for the largest regional gathering of 
young people uniting for clean energy, local food, and social justice 
in our schools and communities.   The event will be held from 10am-5pm at the Holiday Inn in downtown Ithaca.  ...

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N.Y. Assembly Approves Fracking Moratorium

The New York State Assembly voted 93 to 43 Monday night to place a temporary moratorium on a controversial type of natural gas exploration that combines hydraulic fracturing with horizontal drilling. The goal is to give the state more time to address safety and environmental concerns.

The Senate passed a similar...

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