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After studying colony collapse disorder for 14 years, while the rest of the world takes chances to solve the problem, let's learn from them and get back to basics with agriculture!
Preserving Bees
Affiliation:
University of Mississippi
April 18, 2015
Overall Score of 0
This video presents an example of someone who is very much connected to their food through their passion.  It shows an innovative way to include the food process into everyday hobbies.  It encourages... Read More
#letpassionfeedyou
Affiliation:
Sewanee: University of the South
April 18, 2015
Overall Score of 0
Presentation counts when it comes to food competition shows, but should it count so much when you're at the supermarket?
Affiliation:
The George Washington University
April 03, 2015
Overall Score of 7
A sustainable lifestyle can be found in unsuspecting spaces; one DC company is putting fresh food into tiny urban places.
Video by Anahi Ruiz and Lauren Pollack
Affiliation:
The George Washington Universtiy
April 01, 2015
Overall Score of 7
As we pack more and more people into cities, we need to find local ways to feed them. Luckily, you can pack a surprising amount of food into an urban garden.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward, Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the George Washington University
March 31, 2015
Overall Score of 7
Feeling hungry on your run? Stop and pick some oxalis, the pretty yellow flowers with green clover-shaped leaves, growing along the sidewalk for a quick energy boost.  Skipped breakfast before your... Read More
Affiliation:
UC Berkeley Energy and Resources Group
March 30, 2015
Overall Score of 8
Interstellar posed a lot of interesting questions, and it turns out some scientists take these questions as seriously as potheads do. What are some of the real threats to life on Earth? Where do we... Read More
Affiliation:
Planet Forward
March 26, 2015
Overall Score of 10
Feeling healthy and eating quick are usually at odds, but fast-casual is trying to bridge the gap.
Affiliation:
The George Washington University
March 25, 2015
Overall Score of 10
Fast food is big business, but it trades convenience for health. As obesity grows, it's worth taking a look what we're putting into our bodies on the go.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward, Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the George Washington University
March 24, 2015
Overall Score of 9
A bike trip through the Bayou turns into a lesson in sustainable microprocessing for Benji and Tommy.
Affiliation:
Explorers in America
March 23, 2015
Overall Score of 12
Tommy and Benji get press passes to the Good Food Festival. On day one we learn about what it takes to bring a good food idea from the planning room to the dining room with the help of business  ... Read More
Affiliation:
Explorers in America
March 20, 2015
Overall Score of 8
After seeing and experiencing first hand the destructive power of drugs and drug trafficking, Santiago Moncada began a redeemed life with a redeemed purpose: supporting sustainable coffee farmers.
Video by Anna Sumi and Maggie Kierstead
Affiliation:
Planet Forward
March 20, 2015
Overall Score of 8
Cocaine has human costs, but the first toll it takes is on the very land it grows on. See what producing cocaine is doing to the Columbian landscape and the Amazon.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward, Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the George Washington University
March 19, 2015
Overall Score of 9
Composting+Biking=Winning. We took to our tandem again to see how the Compost Pedallers, a company in Austin, TX, combine our two loves: biking and composting, successfully filling hearts with joy... Read More
Affiliation:
Explorers in America
March 18, 2015
Overall Score of 9
How do we clean up dirty water in developing areas? With simple parts that anyone can find, according to one DC-area inventor.
Video by Tim Palmieri and Megan Varner
Affiliation:
GWU
March 17, 2015
Overall Score of 11