American Scientist Magazine, January-February 2011
This is a book review of Steve Lerner’s Sacrifice Zones that I co-wrote with Professor Daniel Faber and fellow student Lauren Byrnes. The book discusses environmental justice initiatives in towns that have become environmental dumping grounds. This book review was done in conjunction with various research on the topic of environmental justice.
Northeastern University Social Enterprise Review
Here is an article I researched and wrote for Northeastern University’s student publication on Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship. I have done work with the SE Review as a writer and editor. This is one article of many. Please check out the website for other great works by myself and other NEU student writers!
This is a piece that discusses the various disciplines of environmental science, their nature and writing styles, as well as overviewing the work and writing techniques of Al Gore’s Alliance for Climate Protection.
This is a brief overview of San Antonio, TX in the form of a fact sheet. It covers environmental facts and figures and brief overviews on environmental rights, resource access and the environmental history and development of the region. Feel free to reference at your convenience!
This is a more in-depth research work, using scholarly research sources, that discusses current trends in industrial production, the impacts of pollution, and notable innovations that could change the face of manufacturing and production.
This is a collaborative effort by myself and fellow students Ana Jo Dong, Yaru Guo and Matisse Yoshihara. It is an article intended for a publication such as a magazine or digest that reports on current food industry trends in the U.S. and the growth of a new paradigm for retail food sales and markets.