Hannah is a sophomore Natural Resources Conservation major with a concentration in Environmental Conservation. She first got interested in sustainability when noticing that her grandma and mom have always ‘saved stuff’ while many others threw things out – she saw a breach in the system. Her interests grew through Sustainability in Food and Farming: “to hear that everyone was eating ‘fake’ food and the land and soil were lacking nutrients and its ability to hold water, my interest in sustainability grew even more”. Climate change has remained a hugely important topic as well!
Hannah hopes that eventually we can find a way for everything we use to be truly reused and recycled, closing our wasteful cycle of consumption. This would allow ecosystems to thrive and leave humans as responsible consumers. Vital to this is moving away from the dirty fuels system we currently adhere to.
This semester, Hannah will be facilitating a section of Eco-Rep in Southwest North. Outside of Eco-Rep, Hannah loves Sublime, dancing, and cooking!