Clare Shanahan
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Clare Shanahan is a Research, Event, Advocacy and Writing intern at Food Tank. She graduated from Ithaca College with a BA in Journalism, a minor in Environmental Studies and a passion for writing about the many facets of the climate crisis. Clare has worked as an editorial intern for Living on Earth --- an environmental news radio show --- as well as a sustainability analyst and she has written extensively about both the climate crisis and food in the past. She has discovered a passion for writing about environmental justice, food waste, new innovations in research and technology, and how the climate crisis is shifting our food systems.

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