The Films of Nature

Film has become a major source of entertainment in American Culture. Because of this, filmmakers have used film as a way to express messages of morality to a wide range of the population, one of these messages being the state of the environment. By analyzing the films, “FernGully: The Last Rainforest” as well as “Erin…

The other parts of the Chatham community

For a sustainable campus, Chatham University has focused one of their mission statements to be an environment friendly campus. The members of the University take pride of the 115 different species of trees and various other plant life. With so much natural beauty, Chatham has begun to neglect the roads that travel throughout the campus….

Global Warming: Spring 2013 Vs. Spring 2014

              The unpredictability of unusual weather conditions are also a part of global warming. It does not only mean that the planet is warming, but normal weather conditions are changing and the world as a whole is weather disturb.

r.e.c.y.c.l.e… recyc-no?

At Chatham University, there are many attempts to have students and faculty recycle. The problem is, even with these opportunities, are we utilizing them to the fullest? Based on the pictures below, I would say not.

Alpacas as a Renewable Fiber Source

Our society is becoming increasingly concerned with the sustainability. Renewable clothing options are just one way we can continue to grow as a sustainably culture.     Information for this photo essay courtesy of the owners of Humming Meadows Alpacas

Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium

Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium: A place for kids to grow and learn. Children need to learn about exotic animals and the different environments they all live in. Tigers play as everyone laughs and enjoys while learning  that they mostly live throughout Asia. The children can place their Key card into the box to learn…

Ebola Virus Returns In Guinea

  Hemorrhagic fever Ebola is one of the most serious viral diseases known to man with a fatality rate that can reach 90%. An outbreak of hemorrhagic fever caused by Ebola virus occurs mainly in Africa. The Ebola virus is transmitted to humans from wild animals and then spreads in populations by human to human transmission:…