Elizabeth Roden

Elizabeth is a Master’s in Environment and Sustainability student with a focus on corporate resource use. Their background is in the field of Environmental Studies with a double minor in Biology and Geographic Information Systems from Central Michigan University. Utilizing her skills in such a critical mindset, Elizabeth is determined to explore what the Earth has to offer to the corporate world and sustain life for the future to come. In her free time, she likes to learn about microorganisms, explore Northern Michigan, and find new hobbies to pursue in this time of isolation. 

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17% of all Food Produced Globally is Wasted  Source: Science News  The United Nations Environment Programme released a report this week titled 2021 Food Waste Index Report that revealed a...

What's' Mine is Not Yours The effects of climate change are beginning to emerge through constant changing temperatures, water supply fluctuations, and increased average global temperatures. It can be felt...

Need a reason to go outside and explore nature this weekend? Well, we have you covered! Here are eight reasons why you should get lost in the great outdoors this...

What would you say if someone asked you to describe the Arctic? Perhaps you would mention that it is an old ice block, unmoving and resilient to the change, stubborn...

The Canadian province of Alberta said on May 6, 2021, that it will allow oil sand mining companies to change how their liability will be calculated when oil prices begin...

I have been vegetarian for practically my whole undergraduate experience [for environmental reasons] and recently the COVID-19 pandemic has forced me to incorporate meat into my diet due to the...

 Ishani Dasgupta I am a self-proclaimed journalist, environmental activist, and friend to Mother Nature. Although I am most proud of being a human being and believe me when I say,...

For those who do not know I am turning 23 this upcoming weekend. All week my mother has been asking me what I wanted exactly for my birthday. As I...

Our New Eyes for Accountability: Satellite Technology Monitoring Environmental Crimes Source: BBC An article published this week suggests that satellite technology is now aiding in reporting environmental violations. New monitoring...

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