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Environmental Damage Near the Southwestern Border

May 13, 2023

Note from the Writer:

Between the summer of my freshman and sophomore year, I worked at CPNWR for about four months,

Scared Money Don’t Make No Money: Contemporary Economies at a Glance

May 9, 2023

Through the use of case studies and historical anecdotes of corporate evolution, this article explains the importance of sustainable investing for the long-term

Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth Is: The Cost of Food Sustainability

May 9, 2023

If at least one person is inspired to be a more conscious consumer when it comes to generating food waste, this briefing has

Insuring our Future: Coral Reef Insurance Plans

May 9, 2023

Protecting coral reef ecosystems is of vital importance for the health of our planet, but these reefs are facing emerging threats due to climate change.

A Whale of a Problem: Vessel Collisions and Entanglements

May 9, 2023

Snow Cone, a critically endangered North Atlantic right whale known for giving birth to a calf while entangled, seemed to be thriving. But after her

The Thacker Pass Lithium Mine: National Interests Vs. Local Impacts

May 9, 2023

The Thacker Pass lithium mine in northern Nevada has pitted the national demand for lithium against the interests of local indigenous groups. The

New York’s Fashion Sustainability and Social Accountability Act: Generating Controversy While Holding the Fashion Industry Accountable

January 4, 2023

Notorious for its blinding lights, bustling traffic, and colossal skyscrapers, New York City’s sparkle is further enhanced by its indomitable fashion preeminence. Commonly

Reef Restoration on The Half Shell: Can Oysters Save Coastal Ecosystems?

December 20, 2022

When one hears the word reef, it is usually coral that comes to mind. These incredible animals provide homes and protection for numerous

No Time To Waste: The Lie of Recyclable Single-Use Plastic In the United States

December 19, 2022

Walking into any grocery store, it is unsurprising to see aisles lined with single-use plastic. From wrapped hard boiled eggs to solo cups,

Friend or Foe: The Role of “Big Oil” in the Energy Transition

December 9, 2022

The recent passage of the $770 billion Inflation Reduction Act, featuring the most progressive climate provisions in the nation’s history, has catapulted energy