From the 2018 EnviroMentors Program to Nonprofit Social Media Hacks, the New Jersey Land Rally had something for everyone.
I have never seen so many people in the same place for the same cause at the same time in my twenty four years on Earth. The #PeoplesClimate March blew my mind. In the best way possible. My good friend and fellow 20-something environmentalist, Carrie and I made plans on my birthday to travel to […]
Today is a weird day. I feel thankful, blessed, guilty and angry all at the same time. It is the year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy. I rent an apartment on one of the Barrier Islands in New Jersey – a small shore town 3 miles long – called Sea Bright. One year ago today I […]
A 20-something environmentalist’s experience as a part of the largest climate rally in U.S. history “Hey Obama, we don’t want no climate drama!” and “Hey, hey, ho, ho, KXL has got to go!” were two of my favorite chants from my first rally. On Sunday, February 17, 2013, I traveled with Delaware Sierra Club and […]
“All we’re asking for is for the type of planet we were born on. It’s not radical,” said Bill McKibben in the Rutgers University Student Center (New Brunswick, NJ) on Monday, February 4, 2013. “Radicalism is the scientists of fossil fuel companies who are altering the chemical composition of the atmosphere more than any human has […]
I was so excited to move back into my apartment in Sea Bright on Thursday night. As I pulled into the driveway, I noticed a few things along the curb, but didn’t think too much of it. When I woke up on Friday morning, I took a drive through town before work and was amazed […]
Through all of the destruction and heartbreak caused by Super storm Sandy, I hope that we learn to respect nature’s boundaries. Sandy has brought an opportunity to rebuild smartly and stop over building in floodplains. The storm has also shown the value of wetlands and their ability to store and absorb rainwater. I hope that […]
Below is my perspective on climate change education. I gave this speech at the MADE CLEAR (Maryland and Delaware Climate Change Education, Assessment and Research) Climate Change Education Summit at the University of Maryland on September 19, 2011. I felt honored to be one of four panelists, and the only undergraduate student, that spoke at […]