EP 27: Activating Communities to Cleanup New York City
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Alyssa Perez is many things but among the most important are a mother, an environmentalist, and the founder of Stay Blooming. She's a Puerto Rican and has lived in the Bronx, New York her entire life. She has had a passion for our natural world since young and found herself wanting to protect these spaces over the years. Environmental awareness, education, and stewardship encompass much of her professional and personal lives. Stay Blooming reflects these values. She has also worked with Queens Botanical Garden as a Farm & Compost Intern and with GrowNYC as a Compost Coordinator. Alyssa recently graduated with her  BA in Environmental Studies at CUNY Queens College. Her goal is to make environmental education common knowledge, accessible, and digestible for anyone and everyone but especially her community.

Show Notes - https://watersavvysolutions.com/cleaningup-newyork/

Topics Discussed:

  • Building effective grassroots effort for volunteer cleanups.
  • Being a woman of color in the environmental field.
  • Effectiveness of plastic bag bans

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