Today, petroleum is one of Alaska's main exports, but the use of oil in the region goes back thousands of years to the Tlingit people's harvesting of lipid-dense and flammable candlefish. Can this history illuminate a way to a green-fueled future? Keep reading
Farzona is a senior at The George Washington University pursuing a BA degree in International Affairs with a minor in Sustainability. She grew up in Amman, Jordan and Lakeville, CT, and now lives in northeast DC where she participates in environmental activism and education. After graduating in 2022, she hopes to join an agency that brings together environmental and social justice in the Middle East.