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Planet Forward
How can we feed the 9 billion people the world will have by 2050? We'll need more food, more water and more energy — and to get there, we'll need more innovative ideas in food and agriculture.
Video by Eric Estroff and Sam Cohen
Video by Eric Estroff and Sam Cohen
The George Washington University Student
  For most people, grocery shopping is a chore. Not for me. I love going grocery shopping. I love it so much that I consider it a rewarding activity. Organics: Old News, New Trend You are what you eat, right? Maybe that’s why everyone these days... Read More
Evelyn F. Crayton on Good Health in Poor Communities
Evelyn F. Crayton on Good Health in Poor Communities
Digital Media Producer, Planet Forward
The experts are rethinking the food pyramid - here's what they have to say on diet and nutrition.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Planet Forward fellow Tara Sonenshine interviews key USDA scientists and policymakers on the challenge of feeding an expanding world.
Planet Forward
Find out how climate change and carbon dioxide could affect one of America's most important crops.
George Washington University
GWU Student Tim Palmieri added organics to his life, and discovered benefits he says are worth the extra price tag.
Planet Forward
Concerns about climate change are real - just as real as the weather, which is changing agriculture right now. 
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Climate change will affect all of us, and agriculture could be the canary in the coal mine. It's all the world's problems, right on your plate.
Planet Forward, GWU School of Media and Public Affairs
Climate has a big impact on agriculture, and a changing climate means changing challenges. Here's what we learned on climate at the Feeding the Planet Summit.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Margaret Walsh of the USDA walks us through the 2015 National Climate Assesment's effects on agriculture at the Feeding the Planet Summit.

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