Human Rights in Global Fashion

Human Rights in Global Fashion

Fashion has long been home to some of the most glaring inequalities and injustices on an increasingly globalized scale, linking consumers and workers in distant places. Since the 19th century, the clothing sector has also been a site of social contestation that has been marked … Continue Reading →
Earth Week Alumni Panel

Earth Week Alumni Panel

  In celebration of Earth Week, alumni gathered for a reception and panel led by alumni from the Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management MS program, including Daphany Sanchez ’15, Executive Director, Kinetic Communities Consulting; Taylor Morton ’17, Teaching Fellow, Trinity School; Annel Cabrera ’16, Senior … Continue Reading →
Aligning Food Justice Priorities In NYC Greenmarkets

Aligning Food Justice Priorities In NYC Greenmarkets

Cecilia Depman’s (Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management ’18) capstone project explores the impact of increased federal nutrition program spending in NYC Greenmarkets on sustainable farming practices of food producers. Federal nutrition programs play a pivotal role in improving food access in urban landscapes. The use … Continue Reading →
Power of Plants

Power of Plants

In response to the United States’ 50-year failed experiment with factory farming, New School alumni Dana Rosati’s (MS Nonprofit Management ’18) original research in partnership with The Good Food Institute and with support from faculty Dennis Derryck and Hank Goldstein developed a business action plan … Continue Reading →