Sierra Magazine asks what makes a household sustainable

In a Jan. 27 Sierra Magazine story, INFEWS researchers help readers think about choices for sustainability more broadly by connecting them to food, energy and water resources.

NSF’s James Jones explains that, prior to INFEWS, “No one was really looking at this intersection.”

INFEWS grantees Lilian Alessa of the University of Idaho, Callie Babbitt of the Rochester University of Technology and Chelsea Schelly of Michigan Tech give examples of how big-picture thinking can improve our decisions, from light bulbs to lunch.

Read their tips in Sierra’s “Think your household is sustainable?


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