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Houston’s massive infrastructure upholds its reputation as the stronghold of American oil, but underlying the city's status as an industrial juggernaut is a tortured legacy of environmental racism.

“Invisible” communities poisoned by rampant industrial pollution

Indrani Maitra and Max Stith July 16, 2021
Houston’s massive infrastructure upholds its reputation as the stronghold of American oil, but underlying the city's status as an industrial juggernaut is a tortured legacy of environmental racism.
The Turville and Hegeman advisories weeded and covered invasive plants at the Don Green Nature Park.

Freshmen participate in Day of Service, give back to community

On Oct. 16, the Class of 2023 participated in a Day of Service by giving back to the Houston community.

Opinion: Environmental policy still needs work, refinement for greener school

Sophia Kontos, Online Editor-in-Chief April 22, 2019
St. John's needs to modify its environmental policy in order to evoke positive change around campus.

Top 10 things you can do to help the environment

April 22, 2019
To help the environment, work these little things into your daily routine and encourage others to do the same.

Teachers stress importance of going green

Megan Chang and Ashley Yen April 22, 2019
Biology teachers Graham Hegemony and Paula Angus encourage students to improve environmentalism within the community.

Students help the environment through service projects

Clubs and community service projects such as ECOS and Urban Harvest help students get involved and promote environmentalism.

AP Environmental Science promotes education about the environment

Ella West, Ella Chen, and Indrani Maitra April 22, 2019
Graham Hegeman encourages his AP Environmental Science students to be mindful of the environment while teaching them about the consequences of their actions.
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