Stanley Tsao. (Photo by The Seattle Globalist)

Bringing “grandma common sense” to the conversation

How can a guy from Hong Kong lead a conversation about sustainable food culture in his community here in Seattle?
Mar 13, 2016
CJ Goulding. (Photo by The Seattle Globalist)

Not an oxymoron: “African American environmental leader”

"I asked him if he'd ever seen anyone who would wear Jordans exploring the outdoors like we were, and again he said 'no.'"
Gauri Shringarpure. (Photo by The Seattle Globalist)

“When the President steps out of the Oval Office, does he really switch the lights off?”

My First World kids have it easy. The beauty of the Cascades, the Evergreens, even the pristine air is lost on them – not because they don’t consider it beautiful, but because they have little perspective on the absence of these little things that are easy to take for granted.
Hodan Hassan. (Photo by The Seattle Globalist)

Polar bears and melting ice caps or gentrification and asthma?

Polar bears and melting ice caps or gentrification and asthma?
Hamda Yusuf. (Photo by The Seattle Globalist)

Composting and the art of interacting with well-intentioned white people

Composting and the art of interacting with well-intentioned white people.
Rituja Indapure. (Photo by The Seattle Globalist)

Rituja Indapure: “Consume less. Recycle more. Listen to your mom”

"Consume less. Recycle more. Listen to your mom"

“A life that lives to kill the life of mother nature. This is me.”

"A life that lives to kill the life of mother nature. This is me"
Shaylea Pilarski. (Photo by The Seattle Globalist)

“It’s our community so it’s up to us to make it better and healthier than ever before.”

"It's our community so it's up to us to make it better and healthier than ever before."
Shelina Las. (Photo by The Seattle Globalist)

Shelina Lal: Connecting across generations

What happens when youth and seniors get together to talk about their neighborhood?
Aldebaron Hernandez. (Photo by The Seattle Globalist)

Aldebaran Hernandez is building a legacy with his environmental advocacy work

"One choice, seven billion solutions"
Reagan Jackson. (Photo by The Seattle Globalist)

Can planting trees make up for our carbon footprints?

Can planting trees make up for our carbon footprints?
Nabeeha Chaudhary. (Photo by The Seattle Globalist)

“My ethnicity is important of course, it’s a part of my identity. But why does it matter so much to you?”

"My ethnicity is important of course, it's a part of my identity. But why does it matter so much to you?"
Mar 12, 2016
Abdikani Mohammed. (Photo by The Seattle Globalist)

“I want my community to have more grocery stores”

"I want my community to have more grocery stores"
Deric Gruen. (Photo by The Seattle Globalist)

“How do we conserve and at the same time, share?”

"How do we conserve and at the same time, share?"
Mahroo Keshavarz. (Photo by The Seattle Globalist)

“There’s a whole population of children not being addressed”

"There's a whole population of children not being addressed"
Mar 11, 2016
Travis Quezon. (Photo by The Seattle Globalist)

“I wasn’t a good surfer or a fisherman like my oldest brother or my dad, but crabbing, this was something I could do.”

"I wasn't a good surfer or a fisherman like my oldest brother or my dad, but crabbing, this was something I could do."