Brian Treanor, professor of philosophy at Loyola Marymount University, talked about global warming, how it affects our planet and what we need to do about it, Wednesday in the President’s Dining Room.
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The Students Engaging in Environmental Discussion and Service, or SEEDS, club and the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life collaborated to present the “One Earth, One Chance: Over-Consumption and the Planet,” Wednesday in the Abraham Campus Center.
When I decided to try a vegan lifestyle, the only thing I knew for sure was that it would mean excluding meat, dairy and any animal products from my life.
The Students Engaged in Environmental Discussion and Service club, or SEEDS, has received more than 200 signatures in a petition for the University to divest its investments from fossil fuel industries.
The Students Engaged in Environmental Discussion and Service club, or SEEDS, is petitioning the University of La Verne to divest its investments in fossil fuel companies.
Senior public relations major Noel Cabrera invited guest speakers Gary Mitchell, director of Planet Rehab in San Dimas, and Jay Jones, professor of biology and biochemistry, to discuss the environmental crisis of Costa Rica April 27 in the Arts and Communications Building 212.
Marching down the Pacific Coast Highway on the Alameda Street overpass, Native American leaders Grey Wolf, Shannon Rivers and Oslo Chiowani lead thousands of community members and activists to the Tesoro refinery in Wilmington Saturday.
Members of the University of La Verne debate team considered whether food with genetically modified organisms should be labeled accordingly on Tuesday in La Fetra Hall in the Mainiero building.
I enjoy riding my bike, and I am well aware of the benefits to my health and the environment. Often times, I feel like I am a nuisance to motorists. They will speed by me, and sometimes they come within inches of hitting me.
Roughly 65 audience members attended the Robert and Mary Neher Global Sustainability lecture titled “Environmentalism and the Resonance Dilemma” Wednesday in the Harris Gallery.