Penn Sustainability Review Looking for Submissions

About PSR:

Penn Sustainability Review (PSR) is the only sustainability-focused publication at Penn. We are completely student-run, with online and print platforms featuring sustainability-related opinion editorials, leadership interviews, and academic papers across a wide range of disciplines. Since our inception in Fall 2011, we have aimed to provide a platform to exchange knowledge, ideas, and perspectives on wide-ranging sustainability issues, with the generous support of the Penn Green Fund Grant and under the guidance of the Earth and Environmental Science Department. We are now also a proud member of the Student Sustainability Association at Penn. If you want to know more about us or learn how to become a part of PSR, please email us at

Look out for our next publication at the end of November!


Penn Sustainability Review will be accepting submissions this fall for its third issue! PSR is a publication that focuses on providing a platform for student voice on sustainability as it relates to not only environmental issues, but also sci-tech, policy, and business. Whether it is something you want to specifically write for our magazine or a paper you wrote for a class, we will be happy to take a look and see if we can either feature it on our print publication or website at

Our submission deadline will be on November 1st. Please send all submissions to with the subject of “[PSR] Fall submission <title of your submission>.” Note that your submissions are limited to approximately 3 pages double-spaced in length. If you have an idea that you want to pitch, feel free to also send an email along.

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