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Senior Writer, Planet Forward
What an incredibly strong and flexible material, a fraction of the weight of steel, and can be created by removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere?
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Solar power is booming, but those that can benefit the most have trouble accessing it. The 2014 Solar Symposium aimed to do something about that. Here's what you should know.
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GW's new solar power buy is a big deal with a big impact. Take a look at the numbers behind the biggest deal of its kind.
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GW is showing how a dense urban campus can go solar in a big way.
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How do you get solar in a city? You build in the country, in a move that could become a trend for urban campuses.
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Two undergraduates minoring in Sustainability at GWU made extraordinary contributions for their capstones.
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We need game-changing innovations to move forward. GW's 2013 Feeding The Planet Summit brought together top CEOs and experts, leaders from NGOs and non-profits, students and celebrity chefs to identify and share real solutions. From local sourcing,... Read More
A multi-university team from Washington, DC is competing in this year's Solar Decathlon and aiming for a very special end product - a house suitable as a healing home for a returning American veteran.
Everyone has heard the words global warming and their designation as the number one crisis facing humanity. Cities around the world have responded with a wide range of ideas targeting their own emissions. Everything from green roofs to alternative... Read More
Our video summarizes the innovative steps that Key West, FL and Portland, ME - 2 coastal cities - are employing in order to address the inevitability of sea level rise.

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