Monthly Archives: March 2016

Blog 7: Outdoor Activity

This activity was interesting and challenging at the same time! It caused me to think critically about our environment and innovative solutions that I could create to solve problems. In my assignment I wrote about how blinded we are by … Continue reading

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Humans Invade Nature

Monday afternoon, in my Global Sourcing class, we watched a video called The True Cost. It was a documentary that talked about sweat shops today, global sourcing, sustainability, and fast fashion, but mainly the impact of fast fashion on the … Continue reading

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Blog Eight – Urban Agriculture

During spring break, I needed a new coffee mug. While at Target, I found a lot of different cups with different features. There was one cup that stood out to me. It was made of 100% recycled material and can … Continue reading

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Ted Talks

Kamal Meattle: How to grow fresh air. The short “TED talk” shows how to obtain fresh indoor air by applying three common houseplants: Areca Palm, Mother-in-law’s Tongue and Money Plant, they are placed in a home or office building. The … Continue reading

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Blog 8 – OSU and Sustainability

Facility Field Trip I found the trip we took around the Physical Plant and the Recycling Plant very interesting and eye opening. I had no idea OSU was this involved in sustainability! It made me very proud of my school … Continue reading

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9. Acknowledge Surroundings and Consider Them

This week, on our own time, we were to watch five TEDTalks of our choice. Going through the options, I picked the ones that sounded the most interesting to me and provided a synopsis of parts I saw important or … Continue reading

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Blog 8

Monday was a very interesting day for our class. Spending the morning visiting the sustainability office as well as the recycling plant on campus was very eye opening. Learning about how Oklahoma State’s campus is taking things we have learned … Continue reading

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