climate change

MPH@GW, The George Washington University
Understanding the disconnect between the largest polluters and those who most suffer the impact is paramount to developing climate change policy.

Atlanta's skyline from Piedmont Park. (Chris McClanahan/Creative Commons)

Jackson State University
Watson recounts his relationship with the environment, and interviews Jacqueline Patterson, director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice program, who aims to lay bare the civil rights facet of environmentalism.

Ambitions for a carbon-free impact and few emissions: At eco-town Kalu Yala, members of the community live as sparingly as possible, using what they can from the environment around them while replenishing what they can. (Candace Butera/Medill)

Northwestern University
Through a scientific process that seems almost magical, the creation of biochar takes you a step closer to reducing your carbon footprint. But this technique has a history that dates back further than you might think.
Planet Forward
Check out our photo gallery from SUNY-ESF's Earth Day teach-in tent, prior to the March for Science in Washington, D.C.
Planet Forward
Join Planet Forward founder and GW School of Media and Public Affairs Director Frank Sesno and SUNY-ESF experts to learn how to think together at ESF's teach-in on Earth Day at the March for Science this Saturday.
Planet Forward
Andrew Revkin, senior reporter on climate change for ProPublica, sat down with Frank Sesno, founder of Planet Forward, for a conversation about telling the story of climate change.
George Washington University
Community Health Centers provide a unique opportunity to help vulnerable populations adapt to climate change.
MPH@GW, The George Washington University
Adaptation and preparedness for extreme weather and other adverse events related to climate change are more important now than ever — but are U.S. cities ready?
CTARA Workshop
Northeastern University
I interview a fellow NU student, Tavish Fenbert, working at CTARA, the Centre for Technology Alternatives for Rural Areas, a graduate program at the Indian Institute of Technology - Bombay, in Mumbai, India, in the following podcast.
Dupont Circle Fountain

The Dupont Circle Fountain is a lively D.C. attraction and the center of a popular WalkUP. (Creative Commons)

George Washington University
Whether you’ve narrowly avoided an aggressive driver, or have only experienced L.A.'s traffic jams through “La La Land’s” opening musical number, just hearing the words driving and city in the same sentence can drive you crazy.

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