When it comes to discussions about climate change and environmental degradation, the topic of population growth often comes to mind for some locals.
East Tennessee State University students, faculty and staff gathered Monday morning to celebrate Earth Day and generate discussion about environmental issues and concerns. Groups present included ETSU's Econuts, the Citizens Climate Lobby and more.
If you’re led to engage in Earth Day activities this year but want to keep those hands clean, a Tennessee environmental group has just the job for you.
ELIZABETHTON — Earth Day turned out to be a fun day for students of the Elizabethton City School System.
In conjunction with Saturday’s worldwide observance of Earth Day, the local church of Latter Day Saints is inviting the community to join in day of earth-friendly service projects in Johnson City and Unicoi.
Friday was the right day for Milligan College President Bill Greer to announce a campus-wide energy infrastructure project planned over the next year.