Siobhan Mullally

Siobhan Mullally is studying in the School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability (SERS) at the University of Waterloo while also minoring in English. As both a budding ecologist and researcher, and aspiring writer, she is interested in exploring the intersections between environment and communication to inspire climate action. In her free time, she enjoys spending time in nature and getting lost in her favourite novels.

Author Articles

I’m an undergraduate student rapidly nearing the end of my degree, which is a terrifying and exhilarating realization. In just a few months, I’ll have to start applying to grad...

Increasing Numbers of North Atlantic Right Whales: A Promising Sign Or False Hope? Source: Science North Atlantic Right Whales are listed as Critically Endangered, according to the International Union for...

Do you like reading, writing, and have an interest in environmental issues? If you answered “yes” to all of the above, we’d like to give you an opportunity to be...

  Eco-Friendly Routes - Thank You Google Maps Source: Unsplash Google has done it again - providing routes for not only the directionally impaired but those who want to have...

National Climate Action is a Win for Women Source: Mother Jones The Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act is a win for women and girls across Canada since they often bear...

Antarctic Seafloor Exposed After 50 Years of Ice Cover  Source: BBC News German scientists examined an area of the newly opened Antarctic seafloor by the slipping of the large iceberg...

When I was 15, I had my first job working at Tim Hortons. I was that typical new, compliant underdog on staff, and since I could stay so calm in...

The Power of Taking a Walk Around the Block Over the past week or so, my world has been very high-energy, productive, and busy, busy, busy! I have been maximizing...

Summers Could Last Half the Year by 2100?! Source: Science News Historically, the four seasons in the Northern Hemisphere have been predictable - winter, spring, summer, fall; it’s a regular...

On March 4th, 2021, Canada lost one of its most influential environmental scientists, David Schindler. Schindler was a champion of freshwater science, and a leading environmental advocate and conservationist. His...

Authors Blog

In collaboration with York U’s Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change, Alternatives Journal’s third issue of this year (46.3) is going to be a collection of stories from the perspective...
A/J is looking for a graphic designer to join our team in creating our next issue, Playbook for Progress! This is a great opportunity for a young designer looking to...