Tiana Sephapour was raised in Princeton, New Jersey. She graduated from Fordham University in 2019 with a B.A. in Environmental Studies and Philosophy. Her undergraduate focus was on environmental ethics. In her thesis, she evaluated the ethical implications of global population growth and reduction, focusing on the history and development of climate change, as well as the public health consequences of a growing population with limited ecosystem and medical resources. When not reading and writing, she enjoys hiking, exploring the city, and fostering shelter animals.
- Environmental ethics
- Ethical implications of global population growth and reduction
- B.A., Environmental Studies and Philosophy, Fordham University