Evergreen Trinity was co-founded by Aoife Kiernan and Faye Murphy in 2021 with the aim to inform the Trinity College community on environmental issues within the college, nationwide and globally. Evergreen Trinity will help to raise awareness on environmental issues while improving climate literacy.
This magazine will showcase research being done within the university and the university’s steps to reach the target of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. This will include regular updates from the Green Campus Committee.
Evergreen Trinity will publish the latest news on the climate change emergency and biodiversity crisis, which is often under-reported in national newspapers.
Evergreen Trinity has a focus on promoting a sustainable lifestyle, with pieces on slow fashion, waste reduction, sustainable diets, active transport and ways to reduce carbon emissions.
This is an inclusive publication that will create a space for students and staff to write on environmental topics they are passionate about. Article pitches are posted regularly in our slack (try put link) and submissions are welcomed.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions, suggestions or comments. We are excited for you to join us on this journey.
Co-founder and Editor
Faye Murphy is a Junior Sophister Molecular Medicine student. Her two personality traits include being a swiftie and a culchie.
Aoife Kiernan is a Junior Sophister Environmental Science student. An avid plant parent and stress baker.