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Pittsburgh Aquaponics
Pittsburgh Aquaponics
The George Washington University
Pittsburgh Aquaponics is a University of Pittsburgh-based project that aims to showcase the power of aquaponics in downtown Pittsburgh.
Girl playing game
George Washington University
A community scrambles as a school sinks into the water.
Photo courtesy of the University of the South

Sewanee's 13,000-acre campus, otherwise known as the "Domain." (Photo courtesy of the University of the South)

Sewanee: University of the South
A Q&A with Sewanee's Domain Manager, Nate Wilson, to learn more about Sewanee's land use decisions on our 13,000-acre campus.
George Washington University
Josh Lasky took an alternative approach to sustainability education after his work experience and Cards Against Humanity inspired him to create the game Wilted Green to promote sustainability discussions through fun.
Ole Miss Dining is certified green
Ole Miss Dining is certified green
University of Mississippi
Over the past year, Ole Miss Dining has worked with the Green Restaurant Association to improve everything from facilities to menu to become the first green certified restaurant in the state of Mississippi.

Photo: Kid Power DC

American University School of Communication
Urban gardening could be the next step in tackling conflicts with public health in the DMV and its food delivery system.
The George Washington University
Planet Forward recently hosted a conversation: “The Science of Science Communication: Telling a Story with Impact.” Our expert presenters brought a realistic approach to the pitfalls of science communication and offered some advice for improving it.
Sewanee: University of the South; Summer 2016 Intern
Photography has the power to define and capture critical moments in history, from the civil war to civil rights. Photos allow all to create their own personal narrative.
Carbon Onsetting: A Poem for the Planet
Carbon Onsetting: A Poem for the Planet
Pacific Lutheran University
Learn more about how PLU is trying to achieve carbon neutrality on its campus.

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