Your Ideas

As the world’s population nears 9 billion by 2050 everyone from astronauts to zookeepers are trying to figure out innovations to feed our constantly populating planet.
Affiliation:
George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
February 11, 2016
Overall Score of 2
Necessity is the mother of invention, and the necessity for cheap, imported goods in Ethiopia has led to a boom in recycling.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward
February 10, 2016
Overall Score of 0
It’s time to think before you drink.
Affiliation:
The George Washington University
February 02, 2016
Overall Score of 7
In 2009, three D.C. locals started a rooftop farming company to better their community. Unlike rooftop gardens, these full-fledged farms provide a much bigger impact on the local food environment.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
February 02, 2016
Overall Score of 1
Salon speakers and guests give us their feedback on the COP21 agreement.
COP21 agreement was a transformational moment
Affiliation:
Planet Forward
January 26, 2016
Overall Score of 2
A few of our favorite images from our first event of the year, a Salon debriefing the December Paris agreement.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward
January 26, 2016
Overall Score of 3
Tom Wagner’s vast usage as a media source, and some of his practiced/repeated key-points highlight an important job researchers have that is easy to overlook. 
Affiliation:
GWU
January 25, 2016
Overall Score of 6
Ethiopia is the fastest growing non-oil based economy in the world, and people like Helawi Sewnet are part of the reason why.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward
January 20, 2016
Overall Score of 1
Green roof-ing is actually what is up in urban sustainability!
Affiliation:
The George Washington University
January 12, 2016
Overall Score of 11
An interview with the director of building operations on how Ole Miss is becoming more green and how we are saving money in the process.
Affiliation:
Ole Miss student
January 11, 2016
Overall Score of 10
The Green Grove Initiative at The University of Mississippi expands the progress of recycling and sustainability of many recyclable items. 
Affiliation:
The University of Mississippi
January 06, 2016
Overall Score of 7
We wanted to share some of the ideas and innovations the cities of Austin, Texas, and Chicago, Illinois, have had over the last few years to create greener, more sustainable cities.
Affiliation:
GWU Student
January 04, 2016
Overall Score of 6
Della Davidson Elementary in Oxford, Miss., has started a gardening program with hopes of one day being able to grow enough food to feed the school through their cafeteria.
Affiliation:
University Of Mississippi
December 30, 2015
Overall Score of 12
Philadelphia, St. Louis, and Miami Beach are very different, but all face challenges due to stormwater. They have various valuable approaches.
Affiliation:
GWU
December 29, 2015
Overall Score of 7
The president of the Ole Miss Food Bank discusses how to adopt sustainability efforts within the program. 
Affiliation:
University of Mississippi
December 22, 2015
Overall Score of 16