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Check out our Blogs

  • What is a 'Circular Economy'?
    What is a 'Circular Economy'?
    New GSA Student intern Haen Jennie Cho explores the concept of a 'Circular Economy' and why it's so important in the modern world.    more
  • Environmentalism, Sustainability, And Social Justice
    Environmentalism, Sustainability, And Social Justice
    Environmentalism, sustainability, and social justice are terms often used in relation to and connected with each other. In this post I talk about each of these terms and my relationship throughout my life with them. more
  • Be An Imperfect Environmentalist
    Be An Imperfect Environmentalist
    Previously, when I thought of a “perfect” environmentalist, I pictured someone who composts every day, leaves zero waste, bikes and walks everywhere, and has a minimalist closet of only thrifted clothes. But I realize now that just like everything else in life, achieving “perfection” is impossible. Even the ideal environmentalist I just described is not perfect. Read on to see why imperfections make better environmentalists.    more