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How the data we unmake can make us: a brief reflection from my internship at GRAIN. By Stefano Menegat.

As in a classic novel by Agatha Christie, during the past weeks, I’ve been investigating, collecting clues, following trails, making hypotheses. Like Hercule Poirot, I activated my “little gray cells” to collect evidence and find out why key information was unavailable, why figures were substituted with other figures […]

The Ecozoic lens on Population (By Ursula Georgeoglou)

The Ecozoic Bus Through the Ecozoic lens, the L4E students gained confidence this summer to build upon and rethink the current rhetoric around population and environmental issue.  The first cohort of Ph.D. students, “Population Cohort”, attended the Population and Environment course. Under the guidance of Dr. Jon Erickson […]

My Water Acknowledgement (by Laura Gilbert)

If you’re familiar with Thomas Berry’s work, you’ll know where his passion for protecting our planet started. He explains that when he was a young boy, there was a meadow close to the place he called home. To him, this meadow represented all that was good and all […]

The Innovative Ideas for Environmentalism initiative: Working together to explore environmental topics (By Gabriel Yahya Haage)

As one of my internships, I had the opportunity to develop and run an initiative entitled “Innovative Ideas for Environmentalism.” This was done under the ECOLE Project (https://www.ecoleproject.com/) organization, in Montreal. The “Innovative Ideas for Environmentalism” initiative had as its mandate to bring together students from widely different […]