How to Practice Sustainability at Home: An 8-Week Transformation Guide

Sustainable habits should last a lifetime, not for just a few days or weeks. With the number of coronavirus cases increasing each day, government officials are strongly advising citizens to stay in their homes which leaves many of us with extra time on our hands. We’ve decided to use that extra time to practice livingContinue reading “How to Practice Sustainability at Home: An 8-Week Transformation Guide”

GC Sustainability Enlightens Early College

Ava Leone Anyone who supports the well being of the planet knows we must support the education of the youth in order to foster environmental change. Ultimately, “the youth is our future” and their actions can either positively or negatively impact our planet. To help enlighten young people in the Milledgeville community and encourage themContinue reading “GC Sustainability Enlightens Early College”

Mardi Gras Beads v. Environment

Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday or Pancake Tuesday. Whatever you call this feasting holiday, you’re probably familiar with the decorations, the large number of beads, and all of the parades and celebrations. These beads, whose bright colors represent justice, faith, and power, are thrown from parade floats to parade attendees, but where are these beads actuallyContinue reading “Mardi Gras Beads v. Environment”