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Frank Sesno led a conversation with Lindblad Expeditions CEO Sven Lindblad to learn more about his experience in the Arctic and his take on storytelling surrounding the environment.
Planet Forward Correspondent | Georgetown University
Steve Johnson of Boundless Media blew us away with Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality technologies, and the way that these mediums can bring experiences to viewers.
Planet Forward Correspondent | Georgetown University
Hannah Fairfield, the New York Times Climate Editor, told us about her work in storytelling at one of the world’s most renowned publications, highlighting the importance of infographics and data visualization.
Planet Forward Correspondent | Georgetown University
Land O'Lakes, Inc.'s Chris Policinski, Discovery, Inc.'s Beth Stewart, Prairie View A&M's Felecia Nave, and Paulman Farms' Roric Paulman spoke about their stories, as leaders — corporate, collegiate and community.
Planet Forward Correspondent | Georgetown University
A panel of young environmental storytellers took the stage to share their experiences as storytellers, and share how Planet Forward helped them grow as environmental storytellers.
Planet Forward Correspondent | Georgetown University
Dennis Dimick and Jim Richardson stole our hearts as they began the next presentation, representing their organization, Eyes on Earth, which is inspiring the next generation of visual storytellers.
Planet Forward Correspondent | Georgetown University
Planet Forward founder Frank Sesno welcomes everyone to the 2018 Planet Forward Summit. Now more than ever, he said, we need to find ways to “communicate and connect, to engage public audiences.”
Kenzie Schmitt with a cherry blossom tree
Colorado State University
Have you ever been so engaged in a presentation that you were afraid to blink out of fear of missing something? I hadn't until I was at the 2018 Planet Forward Summit.

Scott Pruitt at the Conservative Political Action Conference 2015. (Gage Skidmore/Creative Commons)

Northwestern University
A House Appropriations subcommittee grilled U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt on his deregulation agenda and spending habits.

Lamppa Manufacturing welder Levi Niemi works on the fire chamber of a wood furnace. (Austin Keating)

Northwestern - Medill
Proposed changes in the deadline for new wood-fired furnace regulations is causing tension between manufacturers, the EPA, and Congress; some argue the economic stability of the industry relies on a delay.

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