It takes a village. Or a city. Some PF Member ideas for turning whole communities green.
How do we protect and efficiently use the water we do have? These researchers in California collected rainwater, that would otherwise be wasted, in wetlands and swales so it could be reclaimed and used in agriculture.
Founder and Chief Executive, Planet Forward
With all the political gridlock in Washington, D.C. it's easy to imagine the entire country is suffering from a similar lockdown. However, municipalities across the country are moving ahead in America's clean energy discussion. Here's how.
You might be surprised to learn that great ideas are coming out of Milwaukee's Sewage District, but their sustainability programs are so innovative, they're attracting new workers who want to jump on board. Learn why
Robert Swan's Ganges River Expedition: "Don't ask others to do what you’re not willing to do yourself"
Explorer and friend of Planet Forward's, Robert Swan, travels to the mouth of the Ganges River to see--first hand--the state of the glacier that supplies water for 400 million people. How can we help solve this looming crisis? Watch
Mike Wallace, the Director of the GRI office in the U.S., explains what the G4 guidelines are, "the most widely used sustainability reporting framework in the world", and what GRI is doing to develop these guidelines.
The George Washington University
Vietnam is one of the 10 countries considered most vulnerable to climate change. How are the people there coping with the changes? PISA, Partnerships for International Strategies in Asia, visits a rice growing community to discover what adaptation... Read More