Alex Di Pardo

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Alex Di Pardo is currently a full-time student at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, where she study Environmental Geography. Her studies have broadened her view of the environmental crisis beyond the natural sphere and into the social sphere where she hope to address socioeconomic injustices. In addition to addressing these global issues, She is also passionate about travelling and art and have included her own illustrations in her blog post.

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