To whom it may concern, My name is Lalitha Pamidigantam, and I live in Dublin, Ohio. All my life, climate change was a highly conceptual lesson. I have learned about it every year in my science classes. At one point, I even elected to take AP Environmental Science; one could ...Read More »
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Almost everyone can agree that at one time or another, they heard the age-old mantra, “you never know what you have until it’s gone.” The same can be said today for Californians such as myself. And yet, many of those within and outside of my community fail to come to ...Read More »
A reflection on climate change written by one of the 2015 Global Scholars. As a resident of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, I am no stranger to single digit temperatures and mounds of snow. For some, an inch of snow can cause a statewide shutdown of schools. However, in Mt. Lebanon, a suburb ...Read More »
My name is Swati. Currently a freshman at the American University in Washington DC, I originally hail from the “Charm City,” also known as Baltimore, Maryland. With its Berger cookies, “hon” culture, and world-renowned crabs, I consider Baltimore to be my home and a part of my identity. An essential ...Read More »
A letter written by Nami, a 2015 Global Scholar living in Texas. I’m writing to express my concern about my state’s lack of attention to global warming, which is affecting our lives. Living in one of the hottest states “Texas”, it is hardly noticeable for Texans to realize the effects ...Read More »
A letter written by Jason C., a high school student in California, around the importance of addressing climate change. If you can focus on reading the piece over the sound of our rare and precious water quenching almonds and cows, I’d suggest reading this. As a rising senior at Alameda ...Read More »