Author Archives: 2bfash

it came to an end

Throughout this semester I did not have any pronounced epiphanies. I did although learn a little more about how I can live more sustainable. The most important thing I learned was how simple household appliances can negatively affect the earth. … Continue reading

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Apinat What?

This week I wouldn’t exactly say I had an epiphany. My group was one that presented an interesting article to the class for Eco-View on Thursday. The article I chose was about Stella McCartney’s Fall/Winter2012 shoe collection she presented at … Continue reading

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strong silk

This week I didn’t have an epiphany.  I found the article about silk being almost as strong as steel interesting because if this is possibly used in the future it could be interesting. But its hard for me to believe … Continue reading

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No bills? No Way??

The most interesting thing to me this week was the article that was shared during ecoview about the houses that are built out of recycled material and had no electricity bills. This just seemed odd to me that someone could … Continue reading

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“Wasty consumers “

This week I didn’t exactly have an epiphany. I found the articles interesting in a few ways.  The articles brought to my attention as to how much we as Americans over consume and what drives our consumption. In America Advertising … Continue reading

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culture, open air and emotions

This week I wouldn’t say I had an ‘ah ha’ moment, but I did find our topic this week interesting. On Tuesday it was nice to set outside and enjoy the open air discussion, I think it definitely helped everyone’s … Continue reading

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Patagonia eye opener

This week my epiphany was outside of class while doing some research. I was looking for an article to discuss in our small group practice for the view. I decided to research the differences between organic cotton and conventionally grown … Continue reading

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