Students at the Feeding the Planet Summit

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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

The Feeding the Planet Summit gathered students from all over the country to join the debate on the key agricultural and food security issues that face our growing world. In addition to student questions and videos that were part of the summit all day, students participated directly in a town hall and gave their thoughts on the summits in blogs and videos.

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Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Roger Williams University seniors Nicholle Buckley and Christopher Ferreira were among the attendees at the Feeding the Planet Summit. These journalism students came to DC, experienced the city and met with leaders and innovators in the agricultural... Read More
Julia Blakely on Clean Cookstoves
Julia Blakely on Clean Cookstoves
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Students were a key part of our Feeding the Planet Summit, and they had plenty to say. Check out their thoughts on how to move the planet forward and feed 9 billion.
Max Chen on Eating Crickets
Max Chen on Eating Crickets
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Students were a key part of our Feeding the Planet Summit, and they had plenty to say. Check out their thoughts on how to move the planet forward and feed 9 billion.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Frank Sesno leads a conversation between farmers, innovators and students from all over the country at the end of the Feeding the Planet Summit.
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Spoken word artist Dania Roach, a junior at The George Washington University, describes the urgent need to feed the planet in her poem, "Hunger: The Bold Brute". One man's trash is another man's treasure. One man's breadcrumb, another man's feast.... Read More
Planet Forward, GWU School of Media and Public Affairs
The Troubadours, one of The George Washington University's student a capella groups, added some pep to help recruit the leaders of tomorrow to find food security solutions with this parody music video. To view the livestream of the Feeding the... Read More