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Duke Climate Coalition records, 2021-2022 85.8 Megabytes — 2.5 Linear Feet

The Duke Climate Coalition is a student-run organization founded in 2015. The group focuses on educating Duke's community on climate change and advocating for environmentally sensitive policies and business practices at Duke. The collection consists of research materials, project planning materials, photographs and records related to the organizations fossil fuel divestment campaign.

The collection consists of research materials, events and project planning materials, and photographs. This includes documents related to planning for the Circular Economy event, Energy Justice project, and the fossil fuel divestment campaign and protest. Materials span 2021-2022.

The Duke Student Association of Wetland Scientists (SAWS) is an organization of undergraduate and graduate students. Duke SAWS advocates for the conservation and study of wetlands, development of wetland science, and the promotion of public education on wetland resources. Collection consists of financial records, publicity materials, photographs, video recordings of events, meeting notes, and materials related to events planning.

Collection consists of financial records, publicity materials, photographs, video recording from events, meeting notes, and events planning records. This includes materials for Spring Symposium, Adopt-A-Stream, workshops, and field trips. Materials in the collection span 2014-2022.

Established in 2013, Duke Water Network is a student organization that connects students interested in the field of water resource management with alumni and professionals. The collection consists of events planning materials, administrative and financial records, photographs, and materials related to publicity and outreach. Contents in the collection span 2013 to 2022.

Collection consists of materials related to social, networking, and career events; finance and budget records; administrative records; and outreach materials. Also includes video recordings, documents, and photographs from the Spring and Fall Symposiums. Materials in this collection span 2013 to 2022.


ECOS records, 1969 - 2001 1.5 Linear Feet — 1,000 Items

ECOS (Environmentally Conscious Organization of Students) is a Duke University and Durham, N.C. environmental activist group founded in 1969. ECOS is also known as the Environmental Alliance. The records of ECOS include articles of incorporation, event reports, member lists, ECOS constitutions, bylaws, minutes, correspondence, printed e-mail correspondence, a webpage printout, financial materials, clippings, flyers, meeting announcements, and newsletters. Major subjects include Duke University students, ECOS, Duke Environmental Center, Durham (N.C.) history, New Hope Dam, Eno River State Park, environmental protection, public interest groups, political activity, and student groups. Materials range in date from 1969 to 1990 (bulk 1970-1973). English.

The ECOS records include correspondence, establishment and governance documents, meeting minutes, events information, financial materials, a statement of purpose, and materials relating to ECOS projects and causes. The most significant ECOS projects within these records include the Eno River Park project, the New Hope Dam project, and Carolina Power and Light Company's proposed power plant in Wake County. The records also include publicity, clippings, and other printed material related to ECOS, the Duke Environmental Center, and the Environmental Coordinating Council at Duke.

The Environmental Alliance is an undergraduate student organization committed to promoting the implementation of sustainable practices at Duke University. Records consist of documents related to planned events, meeting attendance, and organization administration. Materials related to events include planning documents, photographs, and digital video.

Records consist of documents related to planned events, meeting attendance, and organization administration. Materials related to events include planning documents, photographs, and digital video. The bulk of the materials are composed of digital photographs.


Forestry Club records, 1962-1976 0.25 Linear Feet — 100 Items

The Forestry Club (sometimes called the Environmental Management Club) was founded in 1962 by graduate students from Duke's Department of Forestry. Contains correspondence, budgets, memoranda, flyers and negatives related to the activities of the student-run Forestry Club from the years 1962-1976.

Contains correspondence, budgets, memoranda and flyers relating to Club activities. Activities include the Spring Banquet and Christmas tree sales, academic meetings, yearbook and speakers series. Also contains photographic negatives of banquets, a club portrait and student projects. A folder of prints was moved to the Photograph Collection. Packets of canceled checks and detailed financial statements were discarded, and the collection was reduced to one Hollinger box.