LSE Limelight #5: Reflections on Green Week

“Students are the most important stakeholders of LSE. When students feel that they aren’t being taught how to deal with the real world problems then students need to stand up and make their education happen.” – Saskia Straub, SU Environment and Ethics Officer.

This week we’re speaking to Saskia Straub, the SU Environment and Ethics Officer, about the Green Week campaign she recently organised and held. We talk about eco-anxiety, the week’s outcomes, such as the SU declaration of a Climate Emergency, and initiatives to come later this year!

Emma De Carvalho presents the episode. Production was by Yasmina O’Sullivan.

This is LSE Limelight from the Beaver Sound. We bring you all the best stories from students and groups around campus.


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