The Green Medium is an Emerald Award-winning, youth-run blog that seeks to innovate how we discuss and inform ourselves on environmental concerns.

A New Chapter for The Green Medium: Meet the Editors!

A New Chapter for The Green Medium: Meet the Editors!

Recently, our editorial team at The Green Medium has gone through some changes. With Elizabeth, Matt, and Sam taking on new, exciting endeavours, they have passed on the torch to a new set of editors: Arden, Haidar, and Tanisha!

Arden

Arden

Arden is a second-year English Major at the University of Alberta and is looking forward to continuing her work as an editor and social media manager for The Green Medium. Arden is passionate about The Green Medium’s environmental contributions through writing and hopes to continue creating change through her work with the blog!

Haidar

Haidar

Haidar is 19 years old, going into his second year of undergrad at U of Calgary. He is currently studying Geology, and is hoping to do Hydrogeology for his Masters. He has been doing environmental/climate action work since grade 10 and will continue to do so!

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Tanisha

Tanisha is a 16 year old high school student in Fort McMurray. Her passion for the environment began at the age of 11 when she attended an environmental education conference. Since then she has led many initiatives in her school and community to promote environmental advocacy and literacy. She hopes to continue to raise awareness about the environment through The Green Medium.

A Note From the (New) Editors

We are thrilled to be taking on the responsibilities associated with The Green Medium and can’t wait to start releasing content! All three of us are passionate about environmental advocacy and feel grateful to have been given this opportunity to share that passion through the blog. Thank you to Elizabeth, Matt, and Sam for everything — we are so excited to start our new chapter with The Green Medium!

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