First of all, I would like to thank ESPP for supporting my trip to the conference at American University, Washington D.C. The Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences (AESS)’s annual conference offers me a great opportunity to present my works and network with other scholars who also conduct interdisciplinary environmental research. My first presentation was titled, “Examining Hispanics’ environmental concern, the role of immigration factors and acculturation process.” This study applied the acculturation theory to the research of environmental concern within the Hispanic immigrants. By analyzing 795 responses of U.S. Hispanics, the paper concluded that the more acculturated Hispanics are, the less environmental concern they have. My second presentation was titled “Eco-friendly or economic? Examining of the reuse of clothes and shopping bags using the value-belief-norm theory.” This paper emphasized the importance of studying socio-psychological factors that drive and inhibit reuse behaviors, and I discussed how the reuse of reusable shopping bags and clothes are predicted by people’s altruistic beliefs, environmental values, social norms and etc.