Monthly Archives: April 2015

Sustainable Enlightenment

From the first day I signed up for this class, I knew I would enjoy it. I have always been interested in sustainable practices, specifically in design. I used to associate sustainability and sustainable design with “reduce, reuse, recycle.” That … Continue reading

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My sustainability journey

I can’t believe that this class is over and we don’t have to wake up really early again for 8AM class. But I had the best sustainability journey ever in this semester. I remember the first day of class, Dr. … Continue reading

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Green.

On the first day of this class we went around, introduced ourselves and each gave an explanation as to what we believed “sustainability” to be. I know I, myself, and much of the class used the word “green”. Pretty much … Continue reading

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Final Blog

After taking this class, I can say without a doubt in my mind that I am leaving a much more knowledgeable and aware person about the sustainability issues present in today’s society. Coming into this class, I couldn’t even think … Continue reading

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My Sustainability Journey–Final Thoughts

This Sustainability course was a very eye-opening experience for me. After finishing this semester, I would now define sustainability as “a way of living that is gentle—or beneficial—for both the environment and the people involved.” Sustainability means looking at what … Continue reading

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Final Blog

I would define sustainability as practices that help prolong the life of the environment. This isn’t much different from what I thought at the beginning of the course. However, what HAS changed is my knowledge of a variety of ways … Continue reading

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My Sustainability Journey- It’s Only the Beginning

Thinking back on week 1 of this course and comparing it to today, I have gained a stronger understanding of “sustainability.” I no longer see sustainability as a word- it’s a lifestyle. Sustainable choices, in this time and age, could … Continue reading

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