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What the locals are doin’: Evolve — Recycle, reuse, resolve

What the locals are doin’: Evolve — Recycle, reuse, resolve

April 26, 2011 · Leave a Comment 

“‘Evolve’ – recycle, reuse, resolve” is the work of featured artists Gailmarie Haller and Charles Wickler arrives just in time for Earth Day. The gallery is open April 1st to May 15th at 342 W Main St, Waukesha, WI 53186.

Point Counter-Point: Is there a point to Earth Day?

Point Counter-Point: Is there a point to Earth Day?

April 26, 2011 · Leave a Comment 

I remember when I was little, I would celebrate Earth Day in class by coloring flowers, playing in the school garden, and crafting soda bottles into science projects. I’d like to believe that in some small way, this established a green streak for the rest of my life.

Fair trade fair, forums this winter

Fair trade fair, forums this winter

December 7, 2010 · 1 Comment 

The Plowshare Center is a business that sells handmade merchandise, while promoting environmental friendliness. Located in downtown Waukesha, this store is hidden cozily near the Divino Gelato Café. The business provides both crafted gifts and education.

Letter to the editor: 30 tips for going green today

Letter to the editor: 30 tips for going green today

April 27, 2010 · Leave a Comment 

30 tips to help save the environment.

Hey! Ho! Let’s Go! …Green!

Hey! Ho! Let’s Go! …Green!

March 30, 2010 · Leave a Comment 

Every time we turn around, we see some evidence of global warming and environmental destruction. It’s a serious problem that threatens the planet and everyone on it. That’s why students on campuses across the country are finding ways to make their home away from home more eco-friendly.

Professor shares worldly wisdom

April 29, 2009 · Leave a Comment 

You can find it in the bags at the grocery store, across Carroll’s campus, or even in retail trends—the concept of going green is everywhere. While the message seems simple and proactive, it could not be clear enough.

Eco Corner: Reducing paper

Eco Corner: Reducing paper

February 4, 2009 · Leave a Comment 

At the beginning of the fall semester Carroll University initiated a new program, Pioneer Print. The objective of the program is to track the amount of paper consumption throughout the campus and give students the responsibility to make environmentally wise decisions by limiting their printing use.