Blog2023-12-18T01:54:28+00:00

Radical Joy

By |January 19th, 2023|

Photo Blog by Adah Crandall, Oregon FellowAs a young person, the climate crisis terrifies me. Much of the news we hear is centered on catastrophe, and it can be exhausting and disheartening to witness continued destruction ...

Living Seven Feet Above Water

By |December 13th, 2022|

By: Esther Perceval, Florida FellowLiving in Florida I’ve always known that we’re close to the water, but it didn’t truly hit me how close until I saw abandoned homes that looked like they were part ...

Buy One Pair of Shoes, Get 3 Free: Is it a steal?

By |November 25th, 2022|

By Sophia Pan, contributing author Companies launch blowout sales, customers flock to the goods, and the earth’s needs are temporarily forgotten. These eye-catching deals exercise more power than ever, urging us to bulk buy for the ...

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 ...