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Ethiopia doesn’t get the play it deserves on western media outlets. It’s the cradle of humanity—with “Lucy,” our famous hominid ancestor, once calling the area her home. It’s Christian lineage dates... Read More
Affiliation:
Planet Forward
January 23, 2015
Overall Score of
1
How do we make people care about climate change? One GWU professor says storytelling is the key.
Video by Anahi Ruiz and Lauren Pollack
Affiliation:
The George Washington Universtiy
January 12, 2015
Overall Score of
5
Nothing reminds me of home like Rosedale Park. Whether it was going on fall picnics with my family, fishing at the lake with my grandfather, or running through piles of multicolored leaves during... Read More
Affiliation:
The George Washington University
January 09, 2015
Overall Score of
7
The National Climate Assessment predicts a 70% increase in precipitation which will lead to more frequent and dangerous storms in the Northeast region. How prepared are you?
Affiliation:
The George Washington University Student
January 07, 2015
Overall Score of
3
What might happen to your favorite food in the face of climate change? 
Affiliation:
George Washington University
January 05, 2015
Overall Score of
3
I’m from a small town called Eastchester, New York, just north of New York City. For me, climate change could mean no more farmers' markets with my Grandmother after Sunday mass.
Affiliation:
George Washington University
December 22, 2014
Overall Score of
3
The National Climate Assessment gives us a preview of devastation and what might happen in the Great Plains states with continued climate change.
Affiliation:
GWU
December 19, 2014
Overall Score of
10
The effects of climate change on our communities -- a look at the Madison, WI Farmer's Market.
Affiliation:
George Washington University
December 17, 2014
Overall Score of
11
Climate change can mean more insects that carry disease - can we adapt for our health and our future?
Affiliation:
The George Washington Universtiy
December 15, 2014
Overall Score of
5
Rising temperatures mean more trouble for Florida's economy and coastline. 
Affiliation:
The George Washington University
December 12, 2014
Overall Score of
9
The experts are rethinking the food pyramid - here's what they have to say on diet and nutrition.
Evelyn F. Crayton on Good Health in Poor Communities
Affiliation:
Planet Forward
December 11, 2014
Overall Score of
9
I am a product of the Pacific Northwest. I love to hike, bike, compost, teach yoga, run (particularly in the rain) and snowboard. The Tree House, my family cabin in the Cascade Mountains, is my... Read More
Affiliation:
Planet Forward
December 10, 2014
Overall Score of
4
Women are more likely to treat the planet well, but also more likely to be affected by climate change.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward, Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the George Washington University
December 09, 2014
Overall Score of
7
An efficient method to harvest low-grade waste heat as electricity may be possible using reversible ammonia batteries, according to Penn State engineers.
Affiliation:
The Pennsylvania State University
December 08, 2014
Overall Score of
3
Scientists are scrambling to protect a national laboratory from a surprising threat that will affect us all.
Affiliation:
The George Washington University
December 08, 2014
Overall Score of
8