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Ashley Chin

Ashley Chin With an international background in countries across the Pacific, Ashley Chin's commitment to and interest in sustainability and sustainable tourism spans years of work in Hawaii and New Zealand. An alumna of the University of Auckland's Graduate School of Management, Ashley subscribes to the belief that creativity and storytelling in marketing can foster real connections between an organization and its audience. She hopes to help her brilliant colleagues at FCS/ADEC Innovations bring the company's story to life and communicate its message of environmental stewardship and sustainability to a global audience.

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What are public lands? Why do they matter?

Posted by Ashley Chin on Sep 24, 2020 9:30:00 AM

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Public lands encompass wide swaths of the United States, from national parks to local historic landmarks. If you’ve visited a nearby park, lakeshore, or wilderness area, you’ve probably just made use of the public lands that are available to all of us! 

But what exactly are public lands? And why are they so often a topic of discussion, in both local and national policy? 

How and Why to Give Back This Holiday Season

Posted by Ashley Chin on Dec 11, 2018 10:00:00 AM

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The holidays are fast approaching, and in many cultures, this is the season for spending time with loved ones—and the season for giving. What better way to spread the holiday cheer in your community than by giving back?

When last we spoke, we covered three simple steps you can take to reduce the amount of waste produced in the home: starting a home garden, using an eco-bag, and shopping at farmers’ markets and co-ops. Though small, these actions can help reduce methane emissions, plastic waste, and pollution. Because trash that makes its way into the environment can do so much harm—and a startling 79% of all plastics are not recycled and end up in landfills or in the natural environment—one of the simplest ways to do your part is to avoid creating waste in the first place.