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FENV Green Collar Podcast-SES Features
Over the past few months, SFU's Faculty of Environment has developed several podcast episodes with alumni and professionals from the School of Environmental Science on The Green Collar Podcast!
Tryia Tessa Ramburn, Chris Cunda, and Andhra Azevedo are all graduates from the School of Environmental Science and have been featured on the podcast!
Triya graduated with a BSc in Environmental Science from SFU’s Faculty of Environment in 2017. Her interests lie at the intersection of environment and health, and she is now on her way to completing a Doctor of Medicine at McGill University. She has experience with various environmental and advocacy groups on and off campus, and has put a focus on exploring equity and anti-racism in medicine, and how it intersects with climate change.
Chris graduated with a BSc in Environmental Science from SFU's Faculty of Environment. He landed a full-time job soon after graduation as an Environmental Technician at IMG-Golder Corporation. A few years later, he came back to SFU and completed a Master of Science in Aquatic Biogeochemistry and is currently employed as the Aquatic Monitoring and Research Coordinator with the Government of the NorthWest Territories.
Andhra graduated with a BSc in Environmental Science degree in 2014 from SFU's Faculty of Environment, then completed her Juris Doctor of Law from the University of Victoria. Her past work experience has ranged from doing environmental field work to being a Law Clerk for the Supreme Court of Canada. She is currently a staff lawyer for Ecojustice Canada.
If you are interested in tuning in, follow along on Spotify or Apple Podcasts.