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World Environment Day: Sprint students reflect on complex environmental problems 

Diana Alvarez
05 June 2021
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In honour of World Environment Day, two Sprinters who are passionate about the environment shared their perspectives, each highlighting a different challenge, how to tackle it, and ways to learn more.  

Student perspectives: The problem of unhappiness

Diana Alvarez
05 May 2021
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What you'll learn

Saffiyah, a Sprint student, has shared with us her reflection on the problem of unhappiness, and how her team went about tackling the problem as their final project of the Sprint.

Framing the problem: What are the layers of injustice involved in (fast) fashion?

The London Interdisciplinary School
29 April 2021
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What you'll learn

In this webinar, Isaiah Wellington-Lynn, one of our LIS Faculty, leads a conversation about the layers of injustice involved in fast fashion and consumption.

Food waste by Camila Jimenez Pol and Davina Lali

The London Interdisciplinary School
24 March 2021
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Camila and Davina are LIS Sprint students who care deeply about food waste. In this article they explain ways we can each reduce our own waste.

Food Policy and Activism by Jet Hayden

The London Interdisciplinary School
24 March 2021
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Understanding the interconnectedness of our food systems on a holistic level is the most important step in recognizing and attacking the shortcomings of the system.

Food Education by Harry Roberts

The London Interdisciplinary School
24 March 2021
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Growing up on a farm in rural Herefordshire I have been privileged enough to have a vague idea of where our food has come from, however I am aware that many in this country are not so lucky.

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