Adam Steiner

Adam Steiner is an Environment and Resource studies student at the University of Waterloo and an editorial intern at A\J. He is interested in the ways cities address biodiversity and resources, from urban plants and wildlife, to soil contamination and food security. When not behind a computer screen, he can be found gardening or riding his bike and photographing the city.

Reviews

  • “While monocultures were capable of storing an average of 12 tons of carbon per hectare, the pools rich in species… https://t.co/Jq72kt6agS 3 days 17 hours ago
  • Our land can only hold so much phosphorus before it leaches into waterways, encouraging the growth of dangerous… https://t.co/wqPYbojUHi 5 days 17 hours ago
  • RT : We have an issue coming up on ethical investing for - and when we talk divestment we’ve focused on f… https://t.co/gpOOVlbbkQ 6 days 19 hours ago