Planet Forward’s Senior Editor and Education Lead Lisa Palmer talks to Alexander Cotnoir and JoRee LaFrance about the Indigenous Correspondents Program and the future they envision for the program.
Founding Director, Planet Forward
A select group of students from several universities recently traveled to McGinley Ranch in Nebraska to study and report on regenerative agriculture, land management practices, and sustainable bison ranching.
University of Florida
Meet clammers, scientists and volunteers, like TV star Blair Wiggins and three generations of women, who are returning clams to Florida's Indian River Lagoon and other ailing waters to reduce pollution.
Planet Forward Correspondent | Ithaca College
HappyWhale, a website created in 2015, uses a unique algorithm to identify and track humpback whales. It relies on photographs from ordinary people to further scientific research.
Traditional Indigenous mariculture practices are easier on the environment and sustainably produce delicious seafood.
I interview labor and environmental activist Joe Uehlein about the historic intersections between those two activist movements and how he tells those stories in his music.
Mandela Washington Fellow
Ten weeks of this past summer have made the most defining moments of my career, my personal and my professional development in journalism. I have been in the United States of America enriching and being enriched by local U.S. communities, honing... Read More
Multimedia Editor, Planet Forward
This year's team hails from 12 different universities from across the country. Click through to learn more about the exceptional students selected for our 22-23 cohort.
University of Connecticut
This July marks two years since the MV Wakashio oil spill. Though environmental NGOs have left the island and news coverage of the disaster has ceased, youth around Mauritius are still reeling from the effects of the tragedy.
How making kelp commonplace in our diets and adapting harvested biomass into various materials will help both humans and the planet.