How far will the Emory community go to keep our campus weed-free? In the wake of growing concerns about biodiversity loss and climate change, Emory must evaluate how its herbicide use impacts the health of students, staff and the environment. Emory must move toward becoming an organic campus, or one that does not use toxic [...]Read More
Lindsey Kapel (20C) is from Weston, Connecticut. She received a B.A. in environmental science with a concentration in sustainable management from Goizueta Business School. At Emory, Lindsey led volunteer peer mentoring organization Refugee Revive and started Emory’s coalition of Herbicide-Free Campus. She now works as a business developer for a tech start-up in New York.