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Planet Forward
The next generation of farmers share their efforts to engage their generation about sustainable farming, climate change and more.
Who Has The Power To Change The Food System?
Who Has The Power To Change The Food System?
The George Washington University
How do we make the food problems that we face in the next 50 years real to everyone, so we can pull together and create change? Hear from the experts.
Columbia University
We can start students on sustainability early by integrating it into our classrooms.
Decrease Influence, Increase Relevance
Decrease Influence, Increase Relevance
Featured Contributor
If you want to innovate, you've got to have the know-how first - Trent McKnight of Agricorps explains how he's reaching out to youth in the developing world and urbanites in the US to promote agricultural innovation from the ground up.
Tanzanian Youth Learn Farming Techniques
Tanzanian Youth Learn Farming Techniques
Educational Partnerships Coordinator, Planet Forward
How 4H is helping these students use agricultural skills to purchase school supplies.
Envioenergy Consulting (An Accolade Fuels Pvt Ltd initiative)
We need to develop activities, awareness and interest across the societies to make them equipped to adopt changes and new things which are meant to provide healthier environment. This can be done by implementing compulsory activities in schools and... Read More
Increase Community Involvement in Innovative Ways. By Alex Hurrell, Richard Grant, and Luis Sanchez
Minnesota 2020
Ecology tells us that the health and abundance of native plants and animals are important indicators of an ecosystem's water quality. This simple lesson is putting teenagers from North Minneapolis to work this summer gathering data, clearing... Read More
Middlebury College; U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon Competition
Congratulations Middlebury Solar Decathlon Team! They won our popular vote and will be featured on PBS in a few weeks. See why they won!