Sixtine Foucaut

Sixtine Foucaut

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Earth Day Events at the Office of Sustainability Find out how to participate all month long!

March 25, 2021 by | Sustainability

As the 51st anniversary of Earth Day approaches, we are excited to promote a month-long series of various sustainable virtual events hosted by departments across campus to educate the community and celebrate environmentalism! All events listed below are also available to view and register on Chapman’s Events Calendar. For more details as we get closer

Peace with the Bees: An Internship Outside my Comfort Zone Sixtine Foucaut’s Internship Experience with Backyard Bees

January 13, 2021 by | School of Communication

Hi! My name is Sixtine Foucaut, and I’m a senior with a double major in Communication Studies and Spanish, and a minor in Environmental Studies. I’m also in Chapman’s Accelerated Graduate Program pursuing a Masters in International Studies. Since this is my last semester as an undergraduate student, I spent some time this summer looking

Green Thanksgiving Tips + Composting Sustainable tips and composting for the holiday season

November 18, 2020 by | Sustainability

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, the beginning of the holiday season is here, and for many, that means food is on our minds, so we’ve got some tips for you and your loved ones about sustainable food options and proper composting. And while many of us are fortunate enough to have access to fresh

Vote for the Environment The environment is on the ballot this November!

October 19, 2020 by | Sustainability

As we observe the ever-changing political, social, environmental, and cultural climate throughout this fall in the United States, we also approach the election date in just less than 20 days. Due to many factors such as a pandemic and the demand for social and environmental justice, it is essential to exercise our rights to vote,

Back-to-School Sustainability Tips 5 tips on how to stay sustainable with online classes during a pandemic

September 9, 2020 by | Sustainability

1. Bring your dorm/living area to actual life From succulents to fresh flowers, plants are a great way to clear toxins from the air in your living space and add color to a corner. Studies have also shown that indoor plants can boost productivity, mood, and creativity – we could all use some of that

Intersectional Issues: Food Deserts An introduction to the inequities behind food deserts

August 26, 2020 by | Sustainability

Even before COVID-19 seemingly took over any form of normalcy, millions of Americans struggled to have consistent access to groceries. A food desert is an area where there is lack of access to nutritious and affordable food, oftentimes due to a combination of having to travel farther to find healthier food options and also being

Intersectional Issues: Environmental Racism A brief introduction to environmental racism and the consequences BIPOC face today

August 3, 2020 by | Sustainability

It seems as though we have reached a new turning point in history – in the midst of a pandemic, police brutality being documented, and emphasizing social justice movements such as Black Lives Matter like never before. In order to address the concept of intersectional environmentalism, we must first acknowledge environmental racism. Essentially, this is

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