Living a 100% sustainable lifestyle comes at a cost not everyone can afford. It’s time for sustainability snobs to stop making others feel bad for not being able to share in that luxury.
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.
In the digital age of nonstop working, escaping into the wilderness can be beneficial for humans to interact with their planet in positive and negative ways.
Whether man or nature is at fault, the aftermath of California’s wildfire season leaves many worrying for the future.
It is necessary for students to utilize their educational privilege to form global opinions.
The recent posting on the Freedom Wall raises attention to sustainability issues with Pepperdine’s food service and encourages students to speak out about injustices.
The City of Malibu hopes to create a Climate Commission to develop and implement a climate change mobilization plan.
Take a minute and follow a few easy ways to help make our earth a better place to live.
Staff and students discuss recycling challenges at Pepperdine