“I am in 7th grade and my school is doing a project where each student has to research and try and solve one problem in the world. I have chosen plastic pollution. We waste way too much plastic and it is really harming our environment.” I received the e-mail above earlier this week. At first, […]
Tag: bottled water
Today, I attended a sustainability workshop. I walked in after signing in at the registration to pick up a bagel for breakfast. On the table were plastic utensils, individually wrapped containers of cream cheese, Styrofoam cups and plates, various juices in plastic bottles, and my arch nemesis…bottled water. My first instinct was to scream, but […]
Bottled Water? What’s next? Bagged Air?
In college, I was involved with the Delaware Environmental Institute Student Programs Committee, where we encouraged students to become more “bottled water aware” and offered alternatives to buying bottled water (see Bottled Water Awareness on Campus). After graduation, I began working for an ocean advocacy non-profit, where we also try to discourage our network of citizens, […]
Bottled Water Awareness on Campus
The mission of the Delaware Environmental Institute is to conduct research and coordinate partnerships that integrate environmental science, engineering, and policy in order to provide solutions and strategies that address environmental challenges. As their intern, one of my responsibilities is to chair the Student Programs Committee (SPC), a group of 8 undergraduate UD students that […]