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The Intersectional Humanitarian: Pursuing Sustainability

By |November 17th, 2022|

by Alicia KurtAs global crises continue to affect vulnerable communities worldwide, more humanitarian workers are needed to help and assist those in need. It’s estimated that around 303 million people require humanitarian assistance worldwide, a significant ...

Portland’s Green Lie

By |October 20th, 2022|

By Adah CrandallGrowing up in Portland, Oregon, I was always told about how our city was so “green” and “sustainable.” I was taught to see the climate crisis as an issue that primarily affected far-away ...

A climate activist’s guide to agriculture, explained

By |October 12th, 2022|

By Erin Langager, contributing author.There are a lot of words thrown around in conversations surrounding agriculture - conventional, sustainable, organic, regenerative, permaculture - but has anyone actually taken the time to explain what these terms really ...