Thrifting and up cycling clothes: learn more from the Shanghai Styles crew about how to make more sustainable clothing decisions.
Members of the HS Lily Project are working to destigmatize menstruation while also opening dialogue about sustainable period solutions and ways to end period poverty.
HS GIN students continue growing a sustainable composting project with local farm partners.
GIN Amity members advocate for human rights and inspire high school peers.
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.