"The course has taught me the value in
learning from and listening to a diverse
array of community members in order
to assess how people view environmental
issues and how solutions to those issues
can be developed.”
Read the full article here.
Fall 2016 students wrote op-ed pieces on a pressing socio-environmental
problem of their choice and were encouraged to help the public see the
problem in a new light.
Read published pieces by Elana Feldman ’17
"Elephant Poaching Linked to Human Rights Abuses"
and Archer Newell 2016
"Will climate change be the Grinch that steals Thanksgiving?"
Environmental Studies Senior Lecturer
Rebecca Kneale Gould's Op-Ed
on Charlie Hebdo and social movements.