Learning to write about nature begins with a love of nature. Add a few skills like observation, keeping a journal, taking photos, and researching, and the love of nature can be turned into a publishable piece of writing.
When an experiment goes wrong and plants start trying to eat the city everyone except Batman blames Swamp Thing.
An academic summary of the book Eaarth by Bill McKibben.
Analysis of the theme that reality is perceived as it is presented in the Things They Carried.
In my AP United States History class, I wrote an essay focusing on the crucial factors in American colonial development. Origin of our country is a great theme to think about, and this essay discusses the roles of geographical/environmental factors in shaping the economy of the Chesapeake colonies (which would, of course, later be known as the American South).
Some often-overlooked ways to save both the environment and your wallet from depletion.
The Lorax is Dr Seuss classic children’s story which highlights the folly of unsustainable consumerism using playful rhyming text and surreal illustrations.
This is an essay I wrote about what I thought the three most important types of conflicts that occurred in Night by Elie Wiesel were. Those are conflicts with others, conflicts with faith, and conflicts with the environment.
This summary and review of the book, Strategy for Sustainability: A Business Manifesto, was prepared by Jessica Savoy while an Accounting student in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University.