Wednesday, September 25th 2019 @ 6:30 PM in 117 HUB Auditorium (Freeman Auditorium) – Free & open to the public! Director Todd McGrain and Researcher Andrea Turkalo will be in attendance and be on a Q&A panel post-film! Moderated by Patty Satalia. EcoAction will be co-hosting the film screening of Elephant Path / Njaia Njoku… Read more “Elephant Path / Njaia Njoku” Free Film Screening with Director and Researcher Q&A
For our final executive meeting, the Eco Action executive board gifted past president, Haley Stauffer with a beautiful White Oak that they then planted on Old Main’s lawn. Members acknowledged the growth that they have all experienced throughout their time in Eco Action and how they wish to continue to nourish more learning opportunities within… Read more Eco Action’s first Tree Ceremony!
On Wednesday April 24th, Eco Action teamed up with the Vedic Society during our regular club meeting to discuss the concept of maintaining happiness in one’s life. Devamrita Swami is a world-traveling monk, a graduate of Yale, and the director of the Gita Nagari Eco Farm. Gita Nagari is the only USDA-certified slaughter free commercial dairy farm. None… Read more Sustainable Happiness event with Devamrita Swami
On a rainy Friday April 19th, 2019, Eco Action held their annual Earth Day Celebration in the HUB Robeson center from 3-8 pm. Tables from environmentally conscious organizations throughout Penn State and the State College community were present. Organizations included the Vegetarian Club, the Student Farm, Lion Launchpad, Habitat for Humanity, and the Sierra Club.… Read more Earth Day Celebration 2019
FebruAIRy was all about pollution and the impacts of various forms of energy use on the earth’s atmospheric conditions. As part of this month’s series, members traveled to the East Campus Power Plant to receive a tour from the Superintendent of Steam Services, Paul Moser and learn about Penn State’s energy history, the current status, and… Read more Eco Action tours Penn State’s East Power Plant as part of monthly focus on pollution