Facebook Twitter Gplus RSS
magnify
Home Impacts Sector Specific Archive for category "Society"
formats

New Yorkers! Westchester’s Teatown Offers High Level Climate Change Symposium

What better place to hold a climate change symposium than at Teatown, one of New York State’s most popular nature preserves. Just a train ride away, Teatown attracts city residents to this forested oasis in the Lower Hudson Valley. The preserve boasts 15 miles of forested trails for hiking and a two-acre island refuge for

(Read More…)

 
 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn
No Comments  comments 
formats

The intersection of Race & the Environment: the Asian Pacific Environmental Network in the San Francisco Bay Area by Barnard Blogger Pearl Karliner-Li

From my experience, many individuals dismiss environmental climate change as a leading and urgent issue, not because they don’t believe it to be true or important, but because they believe there are more urgent issues at hand, for example, the fact that there are 45 million people “stuck below the poverty line” in the US

(Read More…)

 
 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn
6 Comments  comments 
formats

What can you as students do to help to solve climate change? by Barnard Blogger Anna Kaplan

A way in which I or anyone can impact climate change is to change our everyday behaviors. I am talking about gradually adopting a zero-waste form of life. Zero-waste can be achieved with a circular economy in which things are designed not to produce waste as an end product. It is about being intentional about

(Read More…)

 
 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn
8 Comments  comments 
formats

Cape Cod in 30 Years: The Arm of Massachusetts will cease to exist by Barnard Blogger Kate Barrett

Throughout my entire life, nature has been a huge part of the environment that I live in. I grew up in a small town on Cape Cod, living no more than ten minutes from the beach. My father works as a fisherman in the summers, and spends his winters working on research trips with crews

(Read More…)

 
 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn
2 Comments  comments 
formats

The Plant that Ate the South’s Northern Take Over by Barnard blogger Quinn Jackson

As a kid driving through the rolling roads of central Mississippi, I would stare in awe out the car window at the towering trees peaking over of the red clay below. The dense forestry and thick rocks lining the highways blanketed by a thick vegetation created a masterful display of deep green; I was dumbfounded

(Read More…)

 
 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn
2 Comments  comments