Jen Fuller

Jen is a Ph.D. candidate in environmental social science at Arizona State University, currently residing in Minneapolis. As an educator and researcher, she is frequently pondering the intersections of technology, culture, the environment, policy, and politics. She is deeply uneasy with the lack of Oxford commas in this writing. You can follow her on Twitter @soundbitelife.

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Heat and Cool Your Home the Cost and Energy Efficient Way

If you have a few minutes to spare in the morning and evening, you can maximize the natural […]

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Can Peaceful Protest Successfully Influence Change?

After his meeting this summer with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland, President Donald Trump faced criticism from both […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Living Car-Free

Owning a car in the city can be annoying. Sitting in traffic is stressful, cars require constant upkeep […]

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Home Need a New Look? Decorate Sustainably for Less

Editor’s Note: This story is part of a partnership between Rewire and Peril and Promise. Post-spring cleaning season is a perfect time to put some […]

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Easy Steps to Protect Your Digital Privacy in 2018

In the wake of the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal, and while prepping to teach a science and technology policy […]

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Get Rid of Broken Electronics the Earth-Friendlier Way

Editor’s Note: This story is part of a partnership between Rewire and Peril and Promise. It begins slowly: a forgotten cable here, an old […]