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Porous silicon manufactured in a bottom-up procedure using solar energy can be used to generate hydrogen from water, according to a team of Penn State mechanical engineers, who also see applications... Read More
Affiliation:
The Pennsylvania State University
April 10, 2014
Overall Score of
3
You can't always farm in the city, but that doesn't mean you can't have someone farm for you in the country.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward
March 28, 2014
Overall Score of
19
Eating Habits and Patterns of the Chapín
Affiliation:
The George Washington University
March 26, 2014
Overall Score of
16
Can going to the dentist be good for the environment? One dentist has figured out how with his sustainable office.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward
March 26, 2014
Overall Score of
12
A visit to a community considered extremely vulnearble to chronic child malnutrition by Guatemala's government reveals the complexities of addressing the issue.
Affiliation:
GWU
March 23, 2014
Overall Score of
6
Bentley has been selected as a finalist for a Second Nature, Climate Leadership Award for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from campus operations and increasing sustainability education in our... Read More
Bentley University is Going Carbon Neutral
Affiliation:
Bentley University
March 21, 2014
Overall Score of
1,178
What's a great way for foodies to get a shot of vitamins while making their dishes deliciously beautiful? Restaurants like Washington DC's Graffiato are doing it using microgreens.
Video by Julia Blakely and John Perrino
March 21, 2014
Overall Score of
22
This list could be 1,000 pages long! But here's the very short of it. 
Affiliation:
GWU
March 20, 2014
Overall Score of
12
Exploring Guatemala’s Culinary Tradition
Affiliation:
The George Washington University
March 20, 2014
Overall Score of
27
Why eat microgreens? Because they're quick, easy to grow, and pack a big nutritional punch.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward, GWU School of Media and Public Affairs
March 19, 2014
Overall Score of
8
From Guatemala City to rural communities, is La Ventana de los Mil Días having an impact?
Water taxi on grand Lake Atitlan
Affiliation:
GWU
March 18, 2014
Overall Score of
16
A look at what the private sector is bringing to the table in order to reduce chronic child malnutrition.  
Affiliation:
GWU
March 17, 2014
Overall Score of
23
Amit Ronen of the GW Solar Institute talks about what it will take to make solar a viable option at scale, technologically and economically. 
Video by Joey Rabinowitz
Affiliation:
George Washington University
March 17, 2014
Overall Score of
15
Journey through a Green Country
Affiliation:
The George Washington University
March 17, 2014
Overall Score of
14
Colleges and universities have been defined by what happens in academic departments. But the world has problems—serious, knotty, and increasingly interconnected problems—and these generally do not... Read More
WMU Climate Leadership Award 2014 Submission
Affiliation:
Western Michigan University
March 14, 2014
Overall Score of
8,919