A solutions journalism investigation into the beef industry.
When the Woolsey Fire ravaged through the Malibu hillside, it resulted in ruin, forcing community members to rebuild physically and emotionally. From fire victims and philanthropists to city officials and evironmentalists, current and former Malibu residents share insight into a community forged by flames.
While Woolsey victims are still struggling to rebuild their lives and their homes over two years after the fire, Malibu’s flora and fauna recovered ashtonishly quickly. Environmentalists discuss the ways in which nature embodies resilience.
As calls across America increase for racial justice, it is important to also consider environmental justice. Marginalized communities face increased rates of environmental degradation that lead to physical and mental implications.
Meatless Mondays are a great option for people who don’t want to commit to a standard vegetarian and vegan diet. The benefits range from helping the environment to improving one’s personal health.
Pepperdine gets a new Director for the Center for Sustainability, Ricky Eldridge, and we check in with the President of Green Team, Scottie Sandlin.
I have always been fascinated by humans. I love asking someone about their life story, and about their hopes and dreams, because it reminds me that we all have our own individual passions to pursue. It is only through our structured and saturated world that we develop the categorization of people as ‘good’ and ‘bad.’ […]
Photo courtesy of Lexi Scanlon Senior Lexi Scanlon is passionate about the way humans connect with the environment. Scanlon, a double major in political science and sociology with a minor in sustainability, grew up in Bakersfield, California. Scanlon said she was not always fond of her town’s agricultural focus but grew to love it. In […]
As many countries go into quarantine to slow the spread of COVID-19, air and noise pollution are decreasing to a degree that students and faculty around the world are seeing it with their own eyes.
The deadly effects of society’s lack of preparation for COVID-19 are clear — we cannot allow it to happen again with climate change.