LSE Limelight #10: Earthrise Journal Winter 2019 Issue

“What it has done, and what the purpose of it is, is to try and engage as many students as possible in environmental issues through producing their own content. And in that way, preparing them for an emotional, professional, creative life, acknowledging how much the climate crisis will impact their life.” – Isabella Pojuner, Founding Editor of Earthrise Journal.

This week we’re speaking to Isabella Pojuner the Founding Editor of Earthrise Journal the first student-led environmental journal. We talk about how she created the journal, the wide range of mediums in the journal and the new Winter 2019 issue. Access the new issue: here.

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