Food

Eat better, smarter. Grow cleaner, more sustainable food. Great bumper stickers, but how do you do it? PF members offer their solutions on how use science and good practice to feed ourselves more sustainably.

Planet Forward Intern/Marymount University
Harvest time brings lots of food-centric holidays. We consider the amount of hidden water that goes into food production, from seed to table.
Planet Forward Intern/Marymount University
There's a reason ramen is so popular among college students — the price. Is it possible, on a student's budget, to not only eat a balanced diet (hint: put down the ramen) but also shop and eat sustainably? We explore how to do it.
Planet Forward Intern/Marymount University
"Silent Spring,” the book that led to the eruption of environmentalism in the ’60s and resulted in a government ban of the pesticide DDT, is widely remembered as having a deep impact on America. 
University of Massachusetts Amherst
By asking the right questions, we can make sure small decisions, like our daily food choices, have a positive impact on the environment.
Digital Media Producer, Planet Forward
Victoria Burgos, a student at the University Of Mississippi, championed composting on her campus through a Green Fund.
Planet Forward, The George Washington University
Climate-KIC (Knowledge & Innovation Community), Europe’s main climate innovation initiative, recently hosted “hackathons” simultaneously in 16 cities around the world. D.C.'s event was at GW.
The George Washington University
How does desalination technology answer the need for water in California and why is it not used exclusively as the state's drought stretches on?
Aneesh Chopra: The Wall of Disbelief
Aneesh Chopra: The Wall of Disbelief
Digital Media Producer, Planet Forward
Detroit is more than a city, it’s a symbol. It represents the decline of American industry, but also the resilience, flexibility, and vision of American workers. Planet Forward went to Detroit for Shell's “Powering Progress Together” event to hear... Read More
Planet Forward
What did we learn at the Feeding the Planet Summit?
Planet Forward
On day two of the 2015 Feeding the Planet Summit, we asked our consortium students to send us their reactions to the two-day event. Here's what they had to say: Jordan Killen | Amanda Richey | Liesel Robbins | Sarah Gledhill | Lydia Delahanty

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