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DD 5.1: What powers the web?

I’m sitting next to my laptop—procrastinating from writing this article—and watching a perfect Vermont snowfall with giant lazy flakes, descend on our back yard and on the Otter Creek River that runs through it. OK, I’m not completely procrastinating. …

Test for Digital Detox 2022

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Fellowship Reflections

Anthropocene Institute’s ProtectedSeas Program What did you accomplish with your host organization? What was the impact of your work? Working for the Anthropocene Institute’s ProtectedSeas program allowed me to help the extraordinary legal team with compiling a database of the legal framework that individual marine protected areas have instituted all over the world.  From Uruguay to […]

Final Reflection

What did you accomplish with your host organization? What was the impact of your work? The work I undertook at the Anthropocene Institute was time consuming and at times frustrating, but I feel that I made a valuable contribution to the Protected Seas mapping project. I was able to undertake research, analyze legislation and summarize […]

WWF Internship Wrap-up

What did you accomplish with your host organization? What was the impact of your work? While a remote internship is about as exciting as it sounds, I managed to make the most of my remote work by surfing in between meetings, camping on the weekends, forcing Sam Naujokas to edit my writing, and connecting with […]

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