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Want to know how it works, why things are happening and what the numbers are? Check out our infographics for deep dives into the facts behind the most important sustainability challenges our planet faces.

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The growing population and the industrial development in Shanghai resulted in limited public culture space for people. Therefore, Shanghai government is building more culture space to improve the society, such as new museums and community elderly... Read More
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When researching urban sustainability, I came across Vauban, a neighborhood in the city of Freiburg, Germany, that's inhabitants have mutually decided to go as car-free as possible. Seventy percent of households don't have a car and many of the... Read More
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Educating disadvantaged areas of DC in safe and healthy food production, and donating fresh foods to hungry families. 
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This infographic shows how growing urban environments such as Washington, DC are using green roofs to help create jobs, save the water systems and rivers, reduce energy use and educate younger generations.
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My graphic focuses on the work of NOLA Green Roots, an organization dedicated to sustainable urban agriculture in the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans, Louisiana. The organization relies on the participation of its community members to take care of ... Read More
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My project was on explaining the problems that are going on in Egypt right. Egypt is facing a huge increase of population in the last few years. However, people are not educated enough about using contraception methods to decrease the population... Read More
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My infographic highlights the revolutionary changes that have taken place in the world of American football. NFL teams are tackling the energy deficiencies of aging professional football stadiums by implementing sustainable renovations.     
Digital Media Producer, Planet Forward
My idea focuses on the company Compost Cab, which provides residents  of the D.C. area with materials to put their food waste in bins, which Compost Cab picks up every week and takes the waste to a compost pile that is then turned into fertile soil.
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Washington D.C. used to have a well covered tree canopy. However, due to urbanization, tree coverage has decreased over the years from 50% to 35%. Casey Trees, a nonprofit in Washington D.C, has mobilized volunteers in order to attain a goal of 40%... Read More
The George Washington University, Spring 2016 Editorial Intern
MAGLEV TRAINS: An Environmentally Friendly, High Speed Solution 

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