Planet Forward Storyfest 2017 Entries

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Jackson State University
When I joined members of the Mobile Bay National Estuary Program on a trip to Mon Louis Island to examine the oyster reef construction just off the coast, I caught a glimpse of a monumental process to save the dwindling shorefront.
Great Scott! Meet the modern day Doc Brown
Great Scott! Meet the modern day Doc Brown
The George Washington University
Scott Sklar is your average neighbor… with a few quirks. The house with over a dozen solar panels, three solar-powered pink flamingos, and a hydrogen fuel cell? It’s totally off the grid.
Food Recovery Network at UMD, College Park
Food Recovery Network at UMD, College Park
The Food Recovery Network saves food that cafeterias throw out by packaging the leftovers each night and delivering them to shelters.
True2o, a True Solution
True2o, a True Solution
The George Washington University
True2o is a creative solution to those of us that dream of owning water bottles but can't quite follow through.
SUNY ESF
We are facing an energy crisis, however the brilliant scientists of the world have found a solution.
DC Greens goal of changing people's lives
DC Greens goal of changing people's lives
GWU
The goals of DC Greens aims to make fresh and healthy food accessible and affordable to all!
A solution to feeding the world.
A solution to feeding the world.
George Washington University
Precision farming is an innovative method that uses upcoming technology to help feed an extra 2+ billion people by the year 2050. 
The David E. Shi Center for Sustainability goes green.
The David E. Shi Center for Sustainability goes green.
Furman University
A tour of Furman University's Shi Center for Sustainability highlighting green building performed as a parody to The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
George Washington University
Local startups Handy Bikes DC and Aurora Smart Technologies are striving to address safety concerns and innovate cycling in the district.
Public Funds for the DC Metro
Public Funds for the DC Metro
The George Washington University
By increasing public funds used for DC Metro, we can significantly cut down on greenhouse gas emissions. 

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