How can we reduce plastic consumption to live more sustainably? This is something that the GIN Bye Bye Plastic Bags group members think about a lot. Check out this creative video from a recent challenge that the BBPB group created for themselves.
Motivated GIN students gather for Saturday workshop to pair active global citizenship with storytelling.
GIN student JingXi Y explores some stories about access to education in relation to SDG #5.
A group of Global Issues Network students engages in a 3-part master class to learn about zero waste strategies and how to live more sustainably.
A group of high school Global Issues Network students forge a new service partnership and tackle issues related to SDG #5 (Gender Equality).
Living in a tiny home is sustainable for the environment and for building a deliberate, minimalist life. Check out these podcasts to learn more.
Want to know more about a zero waste lifestyle and why it matters? Check out these short videos by students Alexis S and Josh O.
Students Gordon L and Selena M care passionately about the health and future of our oceans. Learn more here.
A group of high school students discovers we have a big food waste problem, and tackles initiatives to fix it.
Global Development Studies students Clarisse Y and Isabella Y explore the dark side of fast fashion and sustainable alternatives.
Global Development students Alexis S and Selena M explore why sustainable solutions are critical.
Interested in cultivating a green thumb in the city? Learn about urban gardening with these infographics.
Students Julia P and Iffany Z explore how our clothing and shopping choices impact the planet.
Global Development Studies students Josh O and Alexis S explore questions of food and sustainability.
Check out these student-created infographics from the HS Global Development Studies class.