Featured at the Feeding the Planet Summit

Open Dates: 
Wednesday, April 22, 2015

This year's Summit is all telling the story behind food in the age of climate change. Here are some of the amazing, student-made food stories we shared at the Summit.

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Sewanee: University of the South
This video reinforces that farmers are the reason we eat everyday. It simply presents the innovation of everyone growing a crop, with the hope that everyone will have a connection to their food and not take it for granted. In order to closer the... Read More
Furman University
Food + Innovation = (Research + Access) x (Community + Support)  
b.good in Cranston, RI
b.good in Cranston, RI
Roger Williams University
Who Knew Fast Food Could B.(so)Good? CRANSTON, R.I. __ When you walk through the doors of b.good burgers in the Garden City plaza, one can’t help but notice the pictures of farmers and other local purveyors lining the walls. Among them, there are... Read More
Video by Anna Sumi and Alyssa Bruns
Video by Anna Sumi and Alyssa Bruns
The George Washington University
Women face unique challenges when it comes to climate change, especially where water is concerned.
Video by Eric Osman and Sumner Byrne
Video by Eric Osman and Sumner Byrne
The George Washington University
The Chesapeake Bay is suffering due to agricultural runoff, but one farmer is trying to make sure he does his part to save it with a simple device.
The Practical Utility Platform
The Practical Utility Platform
Purdue University
The Challenge: Rural Transportation and Farm Power Many developing countries are challenged by poor roads in rural areas and few affordable transport options. Without good transportation, access to food, farm inputs, education, and markets is... Read More
Video by Anahi Ruiz and Lauren Pollack
Video by Anahi Ruiz and Lauren Pollack
The George Washington Universtiy
A sustainable lifestyle can be found in unsuspecting spaces; one DC company is putting fresh food into tiny urban places.
American University
Sometimes good food falls through the cracks and becomes waste. These guys catch it, and turn it into a community service.
Digital Media Producer, Planet Forward
One GWU student started the year skeptical of Genetically Modified Organisms, but had a change of heart once she looked closer.