The recent government shutdown’s effect on climate research could have unfortunate consequences in the near future, according to climate scientists.
Planet Forward Correspondent | SUNY-ESF
A Q&A with science photographer Anand Varma, a National Geographic Explorer and a speaker at the 2018 Planet Forward Summit, to learn how he approaches complex science subjects and keeps audiences interested.
The George Washington University
The story I am telling does not belong to me, it belongs to the people on the island of Taquile, Peru. This story map tells of the concept of "El Buen Vivir" and how it breaks the ideas that some countries may have about sustainability.
Planet Forward Correspondent | Middlebury College
At one of the most prominent institutions to make the commitment to divestment, students' dedication and a change in tactics proved successful — and garnered support from faculty and the college community along the way.
George Washington University
Food waste is a growing problem across the globe. While food waste costs us money, time, and energy, it’s also harmful to the planet. So what can we do?
Democrats on the House Science, Space and Technology Committee invited experts on Wednesday to lay out climate change concerns before their sometimes skeptical Republican colleagues in the panel’s first hearing of the new Congress.
Planet Forward Correspondent | GW Law School
Algae blooms have created toxic conditions in lakes around the world, but is there a way to naturally control them?
Planet Forward Correspondent | Northwestern University
Researchers at Northwestern University are transforming complicated biotechnology into a simple an easy tool for farmers to test for crop disease with Plant-Dx.
A row of Lime scooters ready for public use in Austin, Texas. (Luis Tamayo/Creative Commons)
University of Georgia
Despite drawing ire from some, pay-by-ride electric scooters are rapidly gaining popularity in urban areas across the country, creating a greener option for getting around town.
At the State of the Union on Feb. 5, President Donald Trump never mentioned environmental issues and climate change, Medill's Kietryn Zychal reports.