A building with an arch statue in front. Bushes and green grass on the buildings lawn. The building has an array of shapes and colors on each side of the door. Two older people standing in the lower left corner. The photo is captioned "Ever The Land -A People. A place. Their Building.-"

“Ever the Land” Virtual Film Screening

November 2, 2020

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The rusty inside of a gutted bus with no floor that has a welder melting floor metal together. Sparks are flying

Tiny Green Living by 2 Hampshire Students | R.W. Kern Center

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Earth Day 2020: Carbon Drawdown Now!

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A picture with blurry people in the frame and only focusing on a person in the background with blue glasses. They are holding a cardboard poster sign that reads, "Ask what you can do for your planet," in blue paint and the word "YOU" in red paint.

Take Action on Embodied Carbon

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A student wearing a Hampshire College sweater sitting on bus seats that have been ripped out and places outside leaning against the bus. Next to them is a blue clean mattress that leans against more gutted bus parts.

Div III Spotlight: Colin McIntire 16F

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A group of middle age white men and two women wearing business causal attire in a buildings lower floor and/or basement.

R.W. Kern Center featured in Schneider Electric Video!

The R.W. Kern Center was recently featured in a video for Schneider Electric’s Green Premium. In the video, Lisa Carey Moore, of Integrated Eco Strategies and Christopher Nielson of Bruner/Cott discuss the RWKC’s sustainability mission. In order to achieve Living Building status, every material or product used in the building was analyzed to minimize environmental […]

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