Stories:

  • NEWS
    COA is Nation’s #1 Green College

    Broad integration of sustainability into the curriculum, development of a fossil fuel-free campus, and an experiential learning pedagogy push College of the Atlantic to the number one spot in The Princeton Review’s Guide to Green Colleges for the fourth year in a row.

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    The Skeletons Are Out of the Closet
    An exhibit at the Smithsonian-affiliated Abbe Museum highlighting the relationship of Maine’s indigenous Wabanaki people to their environment utilizes a rich collection of marine mammal bones curated by Leah Rubin ’19 during her work with the College of the Atlantic George B. Dorr Museum of Natural History.
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    Regrowing Tropical Forests Recover Fast in Tree Species Richness, but Slow in Species Composition
    A team of ecologists from Latin America, the United States, and Europe, including College of the Atlantic botany professor Susan Letcher, publish a study in Science Advances showing that natural forest regeneration may be the ideal way to bring nearly one billion acres of tropical forest into restoration by 2030, as set under the Bonn Challenge.