This winter, on behalf of the Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC) and the Sierra Student Coalition (SSC), students will be attending a historic meeting of the United Nations Framework on Climate Change (UNFCC) in Copenhagen, Denmark to promote the passage of an environmental treaty. Juniors Chelsea Howard-Foley and Aaron French, Read More
This semester, the students of St. Mary’s Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC) are running the “Take Back the Tap” campaign in order to raise awareness about the problems associated with bottled water.
If there’s one thing that can be said of St. Mary’s students, it’s that we don’t lack concern for the environment. While the rest of the community was huddled inside early Saturday morning avoiding the cold, rainy weather, about 15 students met at the Campus Center to take action and Read More
Despite the overcast and sporadically rainy weather, students gathered last week to celebrate their home, Earth. The Earth Day Fair, sponsored by the Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC), the Sustainability Committee, EcoHouse, and the St. Mary’s River Project, sought to teach passersby how to live in a sustainable manner and Read More
On Feb. 27, over 11,000 people, most between the ages of 18 and 24, congregated in D.C. for the largest conference on energy and climate change in the nation’s history. Power Shift 2009, run by the Energy Action Coalition, was held at the DC Convention Center from Friday, Feb. 27 Read More