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 Language and Literature. As a budding ecologist, researcher, and 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

1,000 Flyers installation at Lady Eaton College, Trent University, 2020. Credit: Alyssa Diatel The space where art and environmentalism collide is a space where hearts become inspired. In the art...

Newly Discovered Green Rock: A Warning of Our Future? Source: Christine Siddoway via BBC News A small, green rock was found deep in the ocean off the coast of West...

“I know what’s possible. I know it’s possible to fight climate change with nature. I know it’s possible to bring back habitat and reverse wildlife loss. I know it’s possible...

SodaStream is Bubbling with Good News Source: SodaStream  Carbonated beverage fans unite - as SodaStream has shared their environmental overview of 2020, and it bubbled with some environmental wins. With...

Dear Reader, Everything that has ever been written has been for you. Perhaps I shouldn’t speak for every writer that has ever produced an article, book, essay, letter, or poem...

Imagine… you are walking through a forest that is lush, green, and enchanting. The trees seem to creak and talk to one another in the breeze. A small group of...

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...

Consumers are often told that we need to start making environmentally friendly choices and adopt a more sustainable lifestyle to save the planet. But saving the planet is a two-way...

New Google Earth Timelapse Feature Shows a Changing Planet  Snapshots of Google’s Timelapse video – Greenland 1986 – 2020 // Source: Google  Google has drawn on satellite images dating back...

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...

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...