Recycling

Lions Should Lead – Eco Action 2010-2013

Protect Spring Creek Canyon Eco Action members protest against Penn State receiving part of Spring Creek Canyon area, previously owned by the Department of Corrections in 2010. They were concerned Penn State would no protect the land and either sell it to be developed or turn it into agricultural lands. Clean Energy March  Eco Action… Read more Lions Should Lead – Eco Action 2010-2013

We <3 Drum Circles - Eco Action 1995-1999

Boycott the Daily Collegian – Protest against Insert Advertisers Eco Action protest against the paper advertisement inserts in the Daily Collegian.   To the left, Eco Action members participated in a protest where they acted as chopped Truffula trees outside Schwab Auditorium to urge students to use recycled products. EcoPalooza 1995 Eco Action continued to… Read more We <3 Drum Circles - Eco Action 1995-1999

Think Globally, Act Locally – Eco Action 1992-1994

EcoPalooza EcoPaolooza was a fall music festival held by EcoAction in the early 90’s.         Earth Day in the 90’s Eco Action Earth Day celebrations continued, drawing large crowds despite several years of unfortunate weather. Every year, Eco Action helped the Penn State and State College community celebrate the earth with bands,… Read more Think Globally, Act Locally – Eco Action 1992-1994

Because Good Planets are Hard to Find – Eco Action 1989-1990

Teach-In 1989 Earth Day CFC Protest  Eco Action marched in New York City to demand the stop of the production of CFCs on Earth Day in 1989. “Citizens in the United States and around the world demand that corporations drastically reduce the production of greenhouse gasses, including a halt in the production of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)–deadly… Read more Because Good Planets are Hard to Find – Eco Action 1989-1990

Recycle! – Eco Action 1980-1988

Earth Day 1980 The first recorded Earth Day celebration hosted by Eco Action took place in 1980. A highlight must have been celebrating Shaver’s Creek’s 1st birthday.   1980 Eco-Cycle  Bicycles were donated to Penn State students by the State College Bike Shop. This bike share program consisted of two blue and white single speed… Read more Recycle! – Eco Action 1980-1988