Monthly Archives: December 2018

A New Purpose for Sustainability

The three presentations of “Story of Stuff,” “Poverty, Money & Love,” and “A wide angle view of fragile earth” all have one thing in common, which is introducing ways that we can support sustainable practices. “Story of Stuff” emphasizes the … Continue reading

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Blog 3

Jessica Jackley’s Ted Talk over “Money, Poverty, and Love” was great. Sometimes people just need a little support or help to do great things and that is exactly what she did. We often let money define a lot in our … Continue reading

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bye bye.

In the presentation “Story of Stuff” by Annie Leonard, is a very interesting presentation on the “golden Arrow of consumption and garbage” in the modern economic times. The documentary critically analyses the impact of excessive consumerism and role of individuals … Continue reading

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The Last Blog

Watching the story of life really put into perspective how a wicked problem works. They used the example of reducing plastic by making clothes out of water bottles, but they dove further into the problem. I did not realize what … Continue reading

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Marketing Sustainability

This past week, poverty stood out to me with significance. For some people, poverty is just this really sad thing you think about but never really experience yourself. You picture underdeveloped countries. A distant land. But the reality is, there … Continue reading

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Looking Forward

This week, I learned a lot about turning ideas into actions and change, and the multiple, multi-faceted ways that can be done in many different societies. There are so many unique problems, and then multiple possible solutions for each problem, … Continue reading

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Educator to Activist

From the ted talk by Jessica Jackley, I’ve reflected on how much I relate to her. Having grown up in a church I was told the same thing. I was supposed to go help the poor and homeless, but when … Continue reading

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