COA in the news:

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    Top 10 Most Sustainable College Campuses in America [College Candy]
    With its energy-efficient buildings, off-campus organic farms, and recycling and composting program, College of the Atlantic is unquestionably one of the most environmentally committed campuses in the country.
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    The Gulf of Maine is Warming, and its Whales are Disappearing [NPR]
    Whales face a perilous situation as rapidly rising water temperatures affect their food sources, habitats, and migration patterns, College of the Atlantic Steven K. Katona Chair in Marine Sciences Dr. Sean Todd tells National Public Radio as part of their new series, From Miami To Maine: Adapting To a Changing Climate.
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    These Colleges Get an A+ in Sustainability [ACEEE]
    The top five baccalaureate colleges for sustainability are College of the Atlantic, Colby College, Dickinson College, Sterling College, and Middlebury College, according to new annual ranking by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.
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    Mills Names Members of New Maine Council on Climate Change [Sun Journal]
    Maine Governor Janet Mills appoints Ania Wright ’20 as youth representative to her new, 39-member Maine Climate Council, convened to advise the Governor on strategies to meet the state’s ambitious goals on renewable energy generation and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

Around campus:

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    Learning the Ropes: Students Build Boating Skills in Real Time
    Working as crew members aboard College of the Atlantic’s marine research boat M/V Osprey, Jenny Reichart ’20 and Uakevelua “Nice” Munekamba ’20 experience the highs and lows of life on the ocean.
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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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    Artist Residency Program Takes Flight
    Renowned video artists Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley are the inaugural College of the Atlantic Kippy Stroud Artists-in-Residence. They’ll spend a month in the COA Ethel H. Blum Gallery exploring new and future work and welcoming the community into their process.
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    College of the Atlantic Ranks High for LGBTQ-Friendliness, Food, Academics
    COA is in the top 20 among the nation’s colleges and universities for LGBTQ-friendliness, campus food, active governance, and schools where students study the most, according to The Princeton Review’s “Best 385 Colleges” Guide for 2020.

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