Sarah Braverman ’17

Sarah Braverman ’17 is from Tenafly, New Jersey. She graduated with a major in environmental studies — with a concentration in politics, policy and economics — and a minor in sociology. On campus, Braverman applied her interest in public affairs as a senator in the Student Government Association and her passion for social justice work as a diversity and inclusion MoZone Peer Educator. Having worked as a student intern for Environment America during the fall semester of her senior year, she looks forward to continuing her work with the nationwide advocacy group as a campaign manager in their New York City office during the summer of 2017. Come September 2017, Braverman will begin work as a research intern at the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies in Israel, where she will study trans-boundary water policy. She aspires to a future career in environmental law and policy.

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June 22, 2017

Mission Mojave: an adventurer’s guide

“Good morning everyone! Breakfast is ready!” I hear a voice call from outside my tent at 6:30 a.m. The air is crisp and still on this early January morning in the Mojave National Preserve.

Into the desert

We are about three hours outside of Los Angeles, California, but we are the only people within 10 miles of our base camp. Jess Pelaez, the founder and CEO of Blueprint Earth, has been up for the past hour. She has been checking to make sure our Global Positioning System (GPS) devices and Thermo-Hygro-Anemometers — which are used to calculate wind speed, humidity and air volume — are fully charged for our eight-hour expedition into the desert.

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