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And that’s a wrap!

The most impactful epiphanies I have had this semester all boil down to one main idea: knowing what I know, I must do what I can do. Gaining insight on so many different issues affected my personal habits more than … Continue reading

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Change from the ground up

My learning epiphany for this week occurred at the Creativity Forum. The event in itself was full of learning epiphanies and great experiences that I hope to always value. The one that I feel could relate to sustainability in addition … Continue reading

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Let’s Change The World.

My learning epiphany this week was a product of the Greenpeace video. More than a new revelation, it was a conviction that groups of people making whole-hearted efforts to affect change could actually make a difference. The Greenpeace video was … Continue reading

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Creating Food Value from Waste

My epiphany this week did not occur during class, but afterwards as I mulled over the week’s topic of “Waste = Food.” Packaging has always bothered me as an area that needs some serious upheaval and restructuring. It suddenly occurred … Continue reading

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Rethinking Disposal

The most interesting article this week that was presented on the EcoView was the Apparel article pertaining to wedding dresses that can dissolve in water. For some reason, the moment the presenter read about these dresses, I suddenly sat up … Continue reading

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Blog #7

My epiphany this week came out of our learning group community/class discussion over the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. When talking about solutions for the global sustainability problems that our generation must deal with, our group talked about how as leaders in … Continue reading

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Blog #6

My learning epiphany this week was stirred by one of the articles presented on the EcoView Thursday. The article about the corrugated fiber blocks was interesting and compelling in that it started me on a train of thought concerning the … Continue reading

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