Sustainability

(Photo courtesy Nebia)

The George Washington University, Spring 2016 Editorial Intern
“You’ve taken thousands of showers, but never one like this.”
School Without Walls Senior High School
A company has developed a cheaper way to capture carbon emissions and convert them to bioplastic — which could help us reduce our dependence on oil and fossil fuels.
Composting food waste at American University

From the hallways of AU: An orange compost bin found at the front of a line of waste bins. (Photo courtesy of Owain James/The Eagle)

American University
Composting should begin again in April, but will only continue if waste is perfectly sorted.
Senior Writer, Planet Forward
"Smart cities" are a hot topic in both sustainability and urban planning circles alike these days, but what about a "smart nation"?
The George Washington University
My infographic highlights the revolutionary changes that have taken place in the world of American football. NFL teams are tackling the energy deficiencies of aging professional football stadiums by implementing sustainable renovations.     
George Washington University
What would you do if some of your favorite animals ceased to exist? With issues like the "sixth extinction," questions like this have to be asked. 
George Washington University
Help your organization and university achieve its sustainability goals by making your outreach efforts as green as possible.
Senior Writer, Planet Forward
James Cameron might be best known as a filmmaker ("The Terminator," "Titanic," "Avatar" and more) but he also is a staunch environmentalist.
Planet Forward Intern/Marymount University
Starting Oct. 5, the Kill The Cup campaign challenges beverage drinkers across the nation to cut their waste production by switching to reusable cups.
Planet Forward Intern/Marymount University
Going meatless once a week has been proven to have a positive impact on the planet — especially if more people participate. Here's how to get involved!

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