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Markkula Center for Applied Ethics

Clare Carlson

Clare Carlson '23 discusses the responsibility of corporations to mitigate water pollution along the Colorado River and to ensure environmental justice for the Navajo Tribe – these companies have an ethical responsibility to address these shortcomings impacting these communities.

Clare Carlson Showcase Slide

Read Carlson's essays: "The Responsibility of Corporations to Mitigate Water Pollution," and "The Colorado River and Environmental Justice for the Navajo Tribe."

Access the video of Clare's Showcase presentation.


About Clare Carlson

Clare Carlson ’23 graduated with an economics major and minor in environmental studies, and was a 2022-23 Environmental Ethics Fellow at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. Through her studies at SCU, Carlson become passionate about the potential and necessary role corporations can play in driving climate solutions and was excited to study how these solutions can specifically relate to the water crisis. Outside of academic life, Clare enjoys hiking, reading, volunteering, and being outside as much as possible.


May 29, 2023

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