The Danish Example: Social, Economic and Environmental Sustainability

By: Sydney Rushing Copenhangen, Denmark has long been my dream city to visit, live in, and experience. This will not come as a surprise to  my closest friends; in fact, it may be met with an eye roll because I talk about the subject so frequently. But who could blame me? How could I not … More The Danish Example: Social, Economic and Environmental Sustainability

“Our Planet” comes out in time for Earth Day

By: Caroline Roethlisberger With Earth Day quickly approaching, I thought I would remind myself why my sustainability efforts matter. I decided to start Netflix’s new documentary series, “Our Planet”, sponsored by the World Wide Fund for Nature. The first season consists of eight episodes highlighting various ecosystems and wildlife communities in their natural habitats. It began … More “Our Planet” comes out in time for Earth Day

Caroline’s Column: a “Sustainable” Move Night

By: Caroline Roethlisberger It’s taken a few weeks, but I think I can say I’ve finally gotten back into the groove of school life after J-term. My weeks are busy with meetings and classes, and my weekends are booked with study time and preparation for my week. I have, however, had a few moments to breathe, … More Caroline’s Column: a “Sustainable” Move Night

What the 2018 U.S. midterm elections mean for environmental policy and climate change

By: Archer K Hill II Although not quite a ‘blue wave’, the U.S. midterm elections, which took place on Nov. 6, were a watershed moment for American politics. Many media outlets and political think tanks called it “the most important Midterm election ever.” And for the level of political scaremongering and campaign spending seen over … More What the 2018 U.S. midterm elections mean for environmental policy and climate change