A Global Perspective: Environmental Justice in Southwest Morocco

By Arielle Moss, Social Equity and Difference Intern “Thilj!” The children shrieked the word for “snow” in Moroccan Arabic in response to a picture of snow-capped mountains of the High Atlas. Fatiha, the teacher of the Dar Si Hmad’s Water School, nodded approvingly and directed their eyes to the white powder held in their outstretched hands. She … Continue reading A Global Perspective: Environmental Justice in Southwest Morocco

Campus Catalysts For Sustainability

One week ago, the IU Office of Sustainability celebrated its 16th Energy Challenge Awards and 5th Campus Catalyst Awards. This year, a total of 16 academic and administrative buildings, 39 Green houses, and 19 residence halls were included in the Energy Challenge. IU’s Energy and Water Challenge is one of the largest in the country … Continue reading Campus Catalysts For Sustainability

Intern Spotlight: Arielle Moss

Meet our new Social Equity and Difference intern, Arielle Moss! Arielle graduated from Indiana University with degrees in Biology and Near Eastern Languages and Cultures in May 2015. She spent the past year teaching English in Morocco. While in Morocco, she also interned for an NGO, Dar Si Hmad, devoted to promoting educational equity and environmentally sustainability in … Continue reading Intern Spotlight: Arielle Moss

4 Reasons Driving Alone is the Worst Way to Travel

By Nathan Manworren, Transportation Working Group Intern Today, we will be talking about that unfortunate thing we all have to do—move from point A to point B. Seriously, wouldn’t life be so much better if we could just beam ourselves from one point to another, Star Trek style? Or, even better, if we did not … Continue reading 4 Reasons Driving Alone is the Worst Way to Travel