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Increasing carbon dioxide is one of the biggest contributors to climate change, and it directly affects agricultural production.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
October 30, 2014
Overall Score of
1
FEATURED SELFIE: High storm water runoff levels are dangerous - these planters could be an attractive solution.
Biofiltration Selfie Video
Affiliation:
The George Washington University
October 17, 2014
Overall Score of
9
FEATURED SELFIE: The answer to cleaning up and cooling off our cities might be over our heads - literally.
Affiliation:
The George Washington University
October 16, 2014
Overall Score of
8
FEATURED SELFIE: 10,000 students students create a lot of garbage - is composting a better way to handle all the trash?
Affiliation:
GWU
October 15, 2014
Overall Score of
10
FEATURED SELFIE: The DC Streetcar could revitalize the H Street district while making public transit more green.
Affiliation:
George Washington University
October 14, 2014
Overall Score of
8
FEATURED SELFIE: A Washington, DC restaurant is offering award-winning meals with a twist that's turning the foodie scene on its head. 
Carbon Neutral and Mighty Delicious
Affiliation:
The George Washington University
October 13, 2014
Overall Score of
13
Experts on weather, agriculture and climate science sat down to discuss some of the key issues facing a changing globe that seeks to feed close to 9 billion people within the next 35 years.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward
October 10, 2014
Overall Score of
4
Jenny Frankel-Reed is working in the most vulnerable places in the world to help USAID make a chain of partnerships that prepare people for extreme volatility in the weather. 
Affiliation:
Planet Forward
October 09, 2014
Overall Score of
2
Planet Forward announces a new partnership for distributing student content through National Geographic's "The Plate" blog.
Affiliation:
Director, Planet Forward
October 08, 2014
Overall Score of
7
Bill Hohenstein explains how climate smart agriculture can be used to address the science, government, and communication challenges inherent to climate change.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward
October 08, 2014
Overall Score of
3
We talked to some of the experts on climate change, weather and agriculture about what they're doing, what needs to be done, and how we can feed our planet as the weather becomes more unpredictable.
Meteorologist Robin Reed on The Experience Gap
Affiliation:
American University
October 07, 2014
Overall Score of
4
Concerns about climate change are real - just as real as the weather, which is changing agriculture right now. 
Affiliation:
George Washington University
October 03, 2014
Overall Score of
5
How do you get solar power into low-income communities? These experts from the 2014 Solar Symposium have some ideas.
Greg Hale on Rooftop Solar Challenges
Affiliation:
Planet Forward
October 01, 2014
Overall Score of
5
What could be floating around in your glass of water? Cigarette butts.... Motor oil? A mixture of any of those pollutants would not make for a delicious, or safe, cocktail—so how do we prevent our... Read More
The DC Golden Triangle BID Urban Rain Garden at 19th & L NW
Affiliation:
The George Washington Universtiy
September 30, 2014
Overall Score of
2
After I watched Food Inc., a documentary on the food industry, I decided to boycott genetically modified foods because it convinced me that as the consumer my choice mattered. I was inspired by the... Read More
Shouldn't Organic Food Be Affordable?
Affiliation:
George Washington University
September 29, 2014
Overall Score of
2