Planet Forward Storyfest 2017 Entries

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UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
There is an upcoming trend in the San Francisco Bay Area, but it is not in the form of an app or a smartphone. Rather it is a more efficient way to use energy… specifically renewable energy.

View of the Cheonggyecheon's Riparian Area

University of Minnesota
The Cheonggyecheon stream project in Seoul, South Korea, provides an exciting glimpse into the possibilities of future urban design involving improved green space in cities.
You have all seen the Lion King right? Well if not, you haven’t seen the dynamic duo Timon and Pumbaa, a meerkat and warthog. These guys chow down on insects that are found wherever they go and eat them as if they were a delicacy, but that’s the... Read More
CTARA Workshop
Northeastern University
I interview a fellow NU student, Tavish Fenbert, working at CTARA, the Centre for Technology Alternatives for Rural Areas, a graduate program at the Indian Institute of Technology - Bombay, in Mumbai, India, in the following podcast.

(Kelly Fagan)

SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
I want you all to imagine a world where tall smokestacks didn’t fill the sky with gray clouds of pollution, where forests weren’t clear cut for food and turned into wasteland, where animals as well as their habitats were not objectified, tortured... Read More
A tree planted with every purchase
A tree planted with every purchase
The George Washington University
Bambeco is a furniture company that creates sustainable homeware.
A brief look at Green Infrastructure technology in Syracuse.
A brief look at Green Infrastructure technology in Syracuse.
SUNY ESF
A brief look at Green Infrastructure technology and how it's made an impact in the city of Syracuse, NY.
Food Waste PSA
Food Waste PSA
GW
This video shows how we can cut down on our food waste. 
SUNY ESF
We are facing an energy crisis, however the brilliant scientists of the world have found a solution.
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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