a multimedia platform for all things sustainability at Susquehanna university 


At Susquehanna

Browse our many articles, videos, and photography collections to gain a deeper appreciation and understanding for the Earth we all live on. Global sustainability starts with a single person, and we want everyone to learn how to incorporate the environment into their everyday lives to achieve personal, social, and environmental sustainability!

"Green spaces" like parks and public gardens have bee scientifically proven to improve overall mental health, reducing stress and anxiety by appealing to the biological connection between humans and the natural world.


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Keep the Eco in Feminism

Christiana Paradis, Program Coordinator for SU's Violence, Intervention and Prevention (VIP) Center and Adjunct Professor in Women's and Gender Studies, discusses the meaning of eco-feminism and how she incorporates it into her own life.

Everything is Connected!

 Each individual is a gear in a societal machine, a machine which is a mechanism in even larger systems which connect together to form the ecosystem of our planet. One of the most important tenants of sustainability is the law of interconnectedness, where we recognize that one system cannot be changed or destroyed without altering another. Environmental issues are not just the concern of animals and trees; humanity is directly connected to the rest of the natural world, and the destruction of the planet's natural cycles will eventually come back to us. 





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