Jamie Nash

MS in Sustainability

About Jamie Nash

Jamie is a digital communications professional in New York City with 10+ years of experience in web content writing, proofreading, editing, research, and copywriting. Jamie loves writing high-quality articles and blog posts about sustainability, outdoor recreation, fitness, and spirituality.

Jamie is a graduate of Columbia’s Master of Science in Sustainability Management program, primarily interested in CSR/ESG initiatives, public land management, and conservation.

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Posts by Jamie Nash

Carbon Footprint

How to Reduce Carbon Footprint: 24 Ways to Take Action

Reducing the greenhouse gases responsible for global warming is of the utmost importance. Individuals, corporations, and governments must take stock of their impact on this planet. By evaluating the carbon footprint, each individual can take action to reduce their impact on climate change. But what is a carbon footprint, and what actions can we take …

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Clean Up Day

Ways to Help the Environment: 30 Simple Things You Can Do

With the icebergs melting and unprecedented weather patterns, we ask ourselves what we can do to help the environment. There are simple things you can do and many ways to help the environment. Although minor changes may not seem like enough to make a difference, cumulatively, they can have a lasting impact on our planet. …

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Empty Pizza Boxes

Can You Recycle Pizza Boxes? (Explained & Solved!)

Pizza is one of the most common foods ordered to-go in the United States, with 40 percent of Americans eating pizza at least once a week and 83 percent doing so once a month. The ubiquitous pizza box has been confusing the recycling bin for decades. The following will highlight and tell you everything you …

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Type of Plastics

What Do Plastic Recycling Symbols & Numbers Actually Mean?

Plastic is everywhere in our daily lives. It makes life easier in many ways, from lightweight packaging that’s cheap to produce to durable electronics and even furniture. Looking around right now, you’ll likely see several plastic products nearby. And while recycling is something many of us were taught from an early age, we often find …

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Ocean Pollution

24 Things You Can Do to Help Save the Ocean

Oceans cover over 70 percent of the Earth’s surface. All life depends on them for food, biodiversity, and even to stabilize global weather patterns. But experts say that by 2050 there may be more plastic than fish in the sea and that mass marine extinction, global warming, and acidification will probably devastate these precious ecosystems. While we …

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