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Write and Respond: Reflection Writing Assignment

Before I have ever taken this class, sustainability has never been one of my main priorities. I have always tried recycling, taking quick showers, and turning the sink off while I brush my teeth but I never realized how big … Continue reading

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W&R 2 Climate Change

Trenton Wright Math 33 has helped me understand a lot more about the pressing issues on our environment. It was interesting to discuss and read about the math that can be used to potentially maintain and even save our environment. … Continue reading

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Write and Respond 2- Climate Change and the Ice Caps

At the beginning of MATH 33, I wasn’t completely sure on what was to come in the future and how much I would get out of this class in terms of learning about our environment. Now, however, I feel like … Continue reading

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Write and Respond Reflection

My biggest takeaway from Math 33 was the concept of feedback loops. I hadn’t been introduced to this idea so thoroughly before this class, and now it is how I make sense of the world. I understood that everything was … Continue reading

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Write and Respond 2: Reflective Writing Assignment

Sustainability is an extremely important topic that has the capability of greatly affecting all of our lives. Prior to this class, I had limited knowledge of this fact, and I feel I now understand that and have more tools to … Continue reading

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Drying Lakes | Erin Kraeher

Lake Titicaca An issue that I was not aware of at all before this class was the drying out of many lakes around the world. It is a huge problem for the communities that surround the lake, as well as … Continue reading

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Quantifying and Analyzing the Rhetoric of Climate Change

Before enrolling in this course, I considered myself to be generally aware of what’s happening in regards to global warming and climate change, however, upon summation of Math of Sustainability, I have a new understanding of how to process and … Continue reading

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Flooding: Fight Against Climate Change

One of the most influential guest speakers, in my opinion, that we had visit our class was the talk given to us by Lara Fowler.  In this talk, Lara Fowler not only made me realize so much about the issues … Continue reading

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W&R2 Riley schear

Climate change has been a major topic discussed in class throughout this semester as well as across the world over the past few decades. We have learned about the issues and have more of an understanding of what can be … Continue reading

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Write and Respond 2: Anthropogenic Climate Change (Maggie Cochran)

Before taking Math 033, I had no idea what anthropogenic climate change was. I understood that humans have had a serious impact on climate change, but I did not realize there was a specific term for it or intense studies … Continue reading

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