Ishani Dasgupta

Ishani Dasgupta is majoring in Environment, Resources, and Sustainability (ERS), while also pursuing a minor in English & Literature Studies, at the University of Waterloo. She is a dedicated environmental writer and has worked throughout the course of her career to write about the challenges faced by communities, natural spaces, and activists alike regarding the destruction of the natural environment–she is interested in exploring global inequities created by the current Anthropocene. In her free time, Ishani likes to make music, read, and go on nature walks. Ishani is taking on the role of an editorial intern for Alternatives Journal (A/J).

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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...

 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,...

I have lived in Mississauga, Ontario for over 10 years. I have seen it change over time, as any suburban dreamscape can—the construction for new commercial lots, housing development, all...

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...

If the new 2021 federal budget report has got you thinking “WTF?”, our WTF column this week has got you covered. This week, we are summarizing and explaining a few...

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