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From undecided to certain

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Of cows

and college students

Shian Knouse shares her story about coming to Susquehanna as an undecided first year. Read how her Earth and Environmental Science major, beekeeping, New Zealand, and a Greenhouse Gas Inventory and Climate Action Plan changed her life!

Read about our trip to Gita Nagari: a sustainable dairy farm filled with cows, peacocks, and honeybees, not to mention a friendly nomadic barn cat. Valuing compassionate living above all else, this farm will change your views about modern agriculture and animal relations and will capture both your heart and your mind.

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Making Orange & Maroon, Green

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My Four Years at Susquehanna

It's hard to imagine campus without Terracycle. Only four years ago, Kara Eckert introduced Susquehanna to this recycling program that recycles harder to recycle items and transformed campus!

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how nature changed my life

Ali Binder reflects on her four years at Susquehanna as an Earth and Environmental Science major and the first Sustainability Intern for Dining Services.

Derek Martin shares his inspiring journey of discovering his passion for sustainability at a time when his entire identity was in question.

Industrial Smoke

What does it mean to put a price on carbon?

Derek Martin discusses the controversial concept of holding companies financially responsible for the carbon emissions they produce and explains the details of how the prices will be calculated and the implications of new carbon pricing policies.

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how food can heal the world

Is this modern industrial agricultural system the best humans can do, and is it really what's best for humans? Derek Martin delves into the significance of the food system for people and the ways in which its quality can help to improve the world.

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