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Hailey talks about the applications of class content for neighborhoods in the Great Lakes region as well as the applications of behavior change concepts that will be beneficial in her own career in the non-profit sector.
In this interview Chris and Spencer discuss the impact of neighborhood recycling at a community center, how they powered it and what they did with it. Spencer also talks about future plans he’s thinking about working on.
Today I sat down with Ian Charles to talk about his personal experience with seeing unpredictable weather in Michigan over the past few years. We also talk about how individuals need to think about how we use renewable energy over...
We discussed the transition from cars to greener forms of transportation like ebikes that occurred between 2020-2030. Josie shares her knowledge from assisting first hand with this transition and how she got people on board when they were hesitant at...
In this interview Brianna and I discuss her behavior changes and how she was able to embody a truly zero waste lifestyle.
A discussion about local foods and it's role in family traditions.
Spencer Lagalo interviews Chris Aseltine, who talks about how his community converted to an all-solar power grid. Chris later explains how they established a model used worldwide.
I sat down with my roommate Catherine to discuss her family’s relationship with local food and her thoughts about the importance of eating locally in promoting sustainability.
This interview between Grace and Dan discusses Dan’s personal experiences and perspectives on climate emergency preparedness.
Melissa and Scott discuss local foods in his home town of Orange County, CA. Scott also spoke about his grandfather’s farm.
In this interview Nate Misra speaks with Erin Baldwin about her eco-teams initiative and the impact it has had on the community. She elaborates on her successful implementation of Lewin's model into a practical use.
Sarah talks about self-sufficient food production. Other topics include composting and commutiy collaboration.
Lauren and Angie discuss the measures Angie's community took to prepare themselves and combat the climate emergency. We discussed carpooling, using different energy sources for houses, and goals that were set by the neighborhood. Angie's community worked together for the...
In this interview, we discuss how past experiences have shaped our outlooks on climate emergencies. We also discuss the potential future manifestations of climate emergency preparedness on family and community levels.
Sophia Tschirhart interviews Mary Crockett about how she facilitated behavior change in small-scale fisheries in Turks and Caicos by using a theory of change intervention to frame fishing as a cooperative practice.
Noah Simon reflects on what he has learned throughout the semester on the psychology of environmental stewardship. He discusses the most meaningful concepts, effective behavior change strategies, and the main differences between the strategies outlined in this course and the...
Jake and I discussed his citys plan to invest in a circular economy to reduce waste. we discussed a recycling center and reeducation programs designed to increase public competence.
In this interview, Meg and Ilana discuss how Meg helped to facilitate behavior change regarding transportation in her community over the past decade. She talks about the EcoTeams approach and gradual steps toward carbon neutrality via reducing individual transportation.
Sophia (21) and Josie (19), two classmates, discuss behavior changes they’ve seen in the world over the last decade. Sophia outlined the changes she’s seen in the food industry and the sense of community that has come forth from these...
Samantha van Putten (19) discusses the coming climate emergency with Shawn Sheffield (47) and Tim Sheffield (47). Tim and Shawn live 15 minutes north of Los Angeles and talk about dealing with wildfires, water shortages, and why community and individual...
We discussed how Olivia’s relationship with local food has changed as she’s grown up and moved to a different city. We also addressed common barriers that people face when trying to access local food.
We discussed Haley’s behavior changes that she makes to help combat the climate crisis, specifically reducing the amount of trash/plastic waste.
A discussion focused on local food consumption with conversation surrounding family traditions, future intentions, and current association with local foods. Also taking a look at what future generations can do to increase the accessibility to local foods.
Sam & Kelley talk about local food habits as busy students and how being vegan and change your life! Thanks for tuning in.
I talked with my wonderful father about how our family has prepared for the climate emergency and how we can encourage future generations to help stop climate change.