This letter, authored by faculty advisor Eric C. Miller, appeared in the Bloomsburg Press Enterprise on Thursday, May 21, 2020.
This letter appeared in the Bloomsburg Press Enterprise on Tuesday, April 21, 2020. Read more about the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act here.
On Monday evening, February 3, BU Citizens’ Climate Lobby underwent Climate Advocacy Training with Randy Gyory, Group Leader at CCL Pottsville and Co-Coordinator of Pennsylvania CCL Chapters. It was a full house!
Our next general meeting will take place on Monday, February 17 at 7pm in McCormick 1230. Mark your calendar!
This short piece appeared in the Bloomsburg Press Enterprise on Wednesday, January 29. For more on the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act, look here!
This fall, the Bloomsburg University Citizen’s Climate Lobby achieved some important milestones. We were recognized as an official chapter by the national office of CCL, we were recognized as an official student club by the university, we formed an executive board and wrote a constitution, held our first fundraiser, co-sponsored several events, and arranged to begin a membership drive effective January, 2020. The future looks bright!
By way of retrospective, here are some photos from our November 1st paint-your-own-totebag fundraiser:
And one from our post-lecture dinner with Penn State’s Peter Buckland:
See you in the spring semester!
On Wednesday, November 13, Dr. Peter Buckland will visit Bloomsburg to meet with students, administrators, and local government officials to discuss methods for making both the campus and the town more environmentally and economically efficient. Dr. Buckland is the Academic Programs Manager at Penn State’s Sustainability Institute and the former Chair of the Ferguson Township Board of Supervisors. He remains active in local government as the chair of a solar power purchase agreement working group and in local conservation, serving on the Board of the Penns Valley Conservation Association.
At 5pm, Dr. Buckland will deliver the fourth lecture in the ICS Explores Sustainability series. In this talk, he will provide background on the “wicked problems” of our age, including but not limited to human-caused climate change and environmental degradation, inequality, aging infrastructure, and widespread societal distrust. Based on research, action, teaching, and his experience as a champion for sustainability, he will provide examples of how universities are rising to meet these challenges. Mark your calendar!