Welcome to CFACT

CFACT brings a unique, refreshing take on environmental issues to campuses by presenting the scientific truth without the spin.

  • EPA showdown

    Only a couple weeks after Collegians spoke to the WV state board of education, students from George Mason University took to the nation’s capital to testify at an EPA hearing on its newly proposed ozone standard. The restrictions would set…

  • West Virginia State Board of Education hosts Collegians

    Armed with stickers and signs that read, “science NOT settled,” students from Marshall University in West Virginia addressed the state board of education to stand up for science and scientific dissent. The West Virginia board allowed speakers to testify on…

  • Collegians Get Fired up at Frosty 2015 Eco-Summit

    Students from around the nation gathered in frigid Biwabik, Minnesota this past weekend to learn, share, and make plans to spread CFACT's message to their college peers this coming spring semester.  Although the temperatures rarely climbed above zero, the frigid…

  • CFACT Activists Help Minnesota’s Sandpiper Project

    The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission held a public hearing in St. Paul regarding the highly publicized Sandpiper Pipeline. The meeting provided the public an opportunity to comment on the proposed construction of the pipeline connecting the growing light crude oil…

Recent Events

Our Collegians chapters are active all across the nation.  Check out some of our most recent events!

EPA showdown

EPA showdown

Only a couple weeks after Collegians spoke to the WV state board of education, students from George Mason University took to the nation’s capital to testify at an EPA hearing…

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Our Blog

Keep up on the latest issues with our blog.  We bring the news to you in a way that is digestible for college students.

Too Much, Too Fast

Last week I had the opportunity to visit the Black Dog Power Plant along with students from the University of Minnesota Chapter of CFACT. While we were taking the tour,…

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