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Series: Sustainability and You

By, Laura Estrada Have you ever attempted to change something about yourself because you knew that it would better something or someone? For a class project we were challenged to change a behavior in our lives that has a negative

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Series: Sustainability and You

Convenience Kills Connor Fass   The convenience of plastic materials, whether plastic bags, bottles, or any other type of packaging, is slowly poisoning the environments we all live in. I’ve learned this terrifying truth while conducting an environmental research experiment

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Series: Sustainability and You

Plastic Water Bottles and the Great Pacific Garbage Patch by Cesar Ponce   The fall semester at John Jay was quite unique for me. For my Sustainability 280 class, I was assigned to make a behavior change that would promote

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Series: Sustainability and You

by Amanda Zufolo   Reusable Water Bottle vs. Plastic Water Bottles Back in the beginning of the semester, we were asked to pick a sustainable habit and follow through with it until the end of the semester, but ultimately for

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Film screening: “It’s everybody’s ocean”

“It’s Everybody’s Ocean” tells a story of how marine debris is affecting the people of Ikema, a tiny and beautiful island of the Miyako Islands, known for its stunning coral reefs. The island’s once pristine beaches now play host to tons

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