MC Green is a show devoted to the eco-friendly efforts of Montgomery College.  The episode below covers Earth Week on the Rockville campus 2012.


[April 19, 2011]This episode features a look at the construction process for the new Rockville Science Center, the virtual groundbreaking for the Bioscience Education Center at Germantown and a tour of the “Earth: Fragile Planet” artwork exhibit at the CAT Gallery.

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[March 9, 2011]  This episode of MC Green covers the groundbreaking ceremony for the Bioscience Center at the Germantown Campus of Montgomery College. Lilian Mass reporting.

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[February 10, 2011] Students in the Montgomery College Macklin Business Institute created a project designed to raise awareness of the Global electronic waste (E-Waste) problem.

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[February 10, 2011] Learn about the new biodegradable coffee mug sold by students in the Montgomery College Macklin Business Institute. This project is designed to raise awareness about the effect disposable coffee cups have on the environment.

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[November 11, 2010]  LEED Certification courses at Montgomery College and another RSC building update.

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[June 3, 2010]  This episode looks at the Fields of Green Internship Fair.

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Earth Day 2010 – Rockville Campus.

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[June 4, 2010] Montgomery College’s “Green Routine”.

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Additional Videos

  • Stacey Bent, Professor of Chemical Engineering and Professor, by courtesy, of Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, and Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University, Powering the Future with Sustainable Energy
  • Bernard Lietaer, Ph.D., Chair of the ACCESS Foundation, Research Fellow at the Center for Sustainable Resources of the University of California at Berkeley, Sustainability and the Money System.
  • Energy Efficiency: What Really Works, conference at Columbia University Earth Institute, December 3, 2009.
  • Introduction, School of Sustainability, Arizona State University
  • Rio Tinto Prizes in Sustainability
  • Official launch of the United Nations Decade of Sustainable Development
  • Beyond Sustainability: Surviving Peak Oil – 4/4, Pat Murphy, Executive Director of Community Solutions in Yellow Springs, Ohio, co-writer and co-producer of the film, “The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil” (2006) and author of the forthcoming book “Plan C: Community Survival Strategies for Peak Oil and Climate Change.”
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