Author Archives: enviroskeezy

Diaries of a late Blogger!

I would say one of the most pronounced epiphanies I had during the year was the overall idea of diversity. My eyes were first opened when we learned about materials diversity and the need to not rely so heavily on … Continue reading

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Love of fashion taking over one ecosystem at a time?

My epiphany came from the Greenpeace video. I found myself, at the risk of sounding dramatic, thoroughly disgusted while watching this video. I am a lover of all things fashion, however, when seeing videos such as this one and learning … Continue reading

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Stella McCartney to the rescue

I actually had two learning epiphanys this week. Well one was an epiphany and the other was more of a reminder. The first began when I heard the EcoView article about Stella McCartney using a type of biodegradable alternative in … Continue reading

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Biomimicspiration

The learning epiphany I had this week happened in our Learning Communities when we were coming up with ideas and ways to use biomimicry. Our idea was to look at the way animals sleep, hibernate, or seek shelter in the … Continue reading

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Build Your Own Sustainability

After going over the list of ten things that organisms in a mature ecosystem do, my mind started to wander. It started with the fact that in my group some of us understood two or three of the ten topics … Continue reading

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Cup Half Full

“Psychologist Martin Seligman argues that the belief that one can positively affect the future is critical to optimistic thinking. Seligman defines optimism as a way of thinking involving the beliefs that misfortunes are relatively short-lived, limited in their effect, and … Continue reading

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Consuming=Happiness??

The most enlightening fact that I learned this week is the fact that consumption is not directly correlated to personal fulfillment. Although consumption has risen drastically over the last few centuries, studies have shown the level of happiness in people … Continue reading

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