Those of us motivated by environmental concerns are often deeply invested in what I would refer to as the 'crisis myth' ... We need a new myth for how we participate in positive transformation."
Making Sustainability Fashionable
Alex Marchyshyn, MEM/MBA’20, has stitched together the foundation for a bright future focusing on sustainable fashion. Her work experiences and studies focus on the intersection of business, the environment and supply chain, with the goal of fostering change within the apparel industry, ensuring greater ecological responsibility and integrity.
Extreme Weather Can Shape Climate Beliefs
People who experience the impacts of hurricanes, flooding or other severe weather events are often more likely to believe in, and be concerned about, climate change in the wake of the disaster.