Our Collegians chapters are active all across the nation. Check out some of our most recent events!
If presented an opportunity to help the environment, wouldn't you think most people would jump at the opportunity to do so? Minnesotans love nature, we love the beauty of the…read more →
Students at WVU toured the Core Arboretum in celebration of Earth Day. The WVU Dept of Biology offered us a very informative tour guide. The nature walk was to see…read more →
Billionaire donor and Railroad owner bankrolls anti-pipeline agenda and gets richer through secretive foundations Opponents of the Sandpiper Pipeline Project across Minnesota have portrayed themselves as simply being a home-spun…read more →
This last week was a busy one for CFACT students in northern Minnesota and Wisconsin. Eager to spread the positive role pipelines can play in protecting the environment, CFACT students…read more →
Freshmen at Vanderbilt University enjoyed time outdoors on Earth Day while learning the facts on wind energy. "Don't be an airhead: clearing the air on wind power" consisted of these 10 facts:…read more →
After visiting Washington University in St. Louis not too long ago, CFACT returned to the "Gateway City" -- this time stopping at Lindenwood University. Strapped with a poster board sign…read more →
The legislature can be an intimidating place, especially for college activists who want to bring about change. Knowing where to start, and how to be effective at the capital can…read more →
Keep up on the latest issues with our blog. We bring the news to you in a way that is digestible for college students.
Saving a species from extinction is a daunting and important task. On many occasions, legislation designed to protect endangered species can be both inefficient and ineffective. Protecting the environment has…read more →
One lesson I have learned in my life is good intentions do not always equate to good results. Many times choices are much more complicated than they appear on the…read more →
THANKS FOSSIL FUELS! It wasn't too long ago when surviving winter was a goal, not a given. In 2013, about 87% of the energy that the world consumed came from fossil…read more →
President Obama made 15 bold assertions about the climate last night. The only one that was accurate was when he said, “I'm not a scientist." It shows. What he said…read more →
This year’s Eco Summit in Minnesota proved to be a great success! Students from all over the country braved the sub 0 temperatures to get a feel for global warming…read more →
It is a story many of us have heard far too many times recently. The climate is changing, and with that change humanity will face great challenges. Local weather is…read more →