S.A. Rogers is a freelance writer who specializes in sustainability and corporate responsibility.
Rogers wrote about sustainability, science, and corporate responsibility for Mother Nature Network (now part of Treehugger) from 2010 to 2013. Rogers has also covered sustainability topics for outlets including EasternWhitePine.org, Eco Salon, Eco Chick, and WebEcoist. She was also a longtime contributor to WebUrbanist, where she covered recycled building materials, affordable housing, architecture, and accessibility.
Rogers studied English and Fine Arts at Flagler College.
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