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Faye Moledina ‘25 and Eva Ko ‘25 Highlight Eco-Anxiety in Sound of Ideas Interview

Faye Moledina '25 and Eva Ko '25 were guests on NPR’s The Sound of Ideas on May 15th. 
They were part of an episode called “Climate crisis is making younger generations rethink having kids” where they spoke about eco-anxiety and their perspectives on climate change, topics that directly align with Laurel's Environmental Justice Semester, which officially kicks off next Fall. While the Environmental Justice Semester was highlighted, the interview focused mainly on the perspective of Upper School students as it relates to our environment and what their generation hopes to accomplish to make the world a more sustainable place.

The May 15th broadcast can be accessed here and Faye and Eva begin at the 10:10 mark. 
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