Samsø Journal: COA course featured in New York Times’s “Dot Earth” blog

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Samsø Energy Academy at daybreak during an expeditionary field course attended by College of the Atlantic students in late September and early October. Samsø Energy Academy at daybreak during an expeditionary field course attended by College of the Atlantic students in late September and early October. Photo by Joanna Weaver

BAR HARBOR, MAINE — College of the Atlantic has again been featured in a New York Times environmental blog.

Authored by New York Times science and environmental writer Andrew C. Revkin, the latest item can be found here. It is the second time in less than three months an innovative course developed in part at COA has been featured as part of Dot Earth’s look into humanity’s long march toward climate and energy sustainability.

College of the Atlantic students studying ways to develop and implement renewable energy solutions for the Maine coast embarked upon the unique multidisciplinary, multigenerational field-based course, which included a trip to Samsø Island, Denmark, this fall.

The newest “Dot Earth” blog entry — authored in large part by College…

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