Global Environmental Politics

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2 Students Published in Major Newspapers

Two Students in Professor Judith Shapiro’s Environment and Politics course have been published after writing letters to the editors of two major American newspapers, The New York Times and The Philadelphia Inquirer.  

Matthew Lehtonen is a first year masters degree student in the Natural Resources and Sustainable Development program.  He wrote a letter to the editor of The New York Times in response to an opinion piece titled “The Missing Campus Climate Debate” in the November 2nd edition of the Sunday Review.  His published letter to the editor, along with others, can be viewed by clicking here. 

Zoe Crum is a first year masters degree student in the Global Environmental Policy program. She wrote a letter to the editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer in response to an opinion piece in The Philadelphia Inquirer titled “Make Most of Natural-gas Revolution” from October 24th edition of The Inquirer.  Her published letter to the editor, along with others, can be viewed by clicking here. 

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Author: sisgep

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