Monthly Archives: May 2020

Calculating the Water It Takes to Make Blue Jeans

Ethically sourced apparel is becoming increasingly important to consumers. And in a world facing severe challenges from climate change and water scarcity, the apparel industry is making efforts to measure, report and reduce the environmental impacts from the clothing we wear with carbon and water footprints - even with blue jeans. According to Robert O.…
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Rebecca Smith

I am a first year Ph.D. student in Public Policy and Management at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy. Prior to attending USC, I received my undergraduate degree in economics and French from the Georgia Institute of Technology. I went on to receive a Masters in Economics from Sciences Po in Paris. My…
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Matthew Nelson

Matthew Nelson is a Ph.D. student of political science at the University of Southern California. He is interested in electoral institutions and is currently conducting research on redistricting, primaries, and voting restrictions. Matt believes Geographic Information Science (GIS) can help us understand the ramifications of public policy and is a useful tool for the visualization…
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