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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.

The George Washington University
I made an info graphic about D.C.'s new ban on foam food container products. It describes why the ban is important and how it will help the sustainability of urban areas.       
Storytelling + Innovation = Impact
Planet Forward
What did we learn at the Feeding the Planet Summit?
Dirty Farm, Dirty Bay
Graphic Designer, Planet Forward
Agriculture is the primary polluter in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, with sediment runoff endangering plant life and marine ecosystems.
Growing in the City
Graphic Designer, Planet Forward
As we pack more and more people into cities, we need to find local ways to feed them. Luckily, you can pack a surprising amount of food into an urban garden.
Fast Food: Nutrition Or Nightmare?
Graphic Designer, Planet Forward
Fast food is big business, but it trades convenience for health. As obesity grows, it's worth taking a look what we're putting into our bodies on the go.
Cocaine's Environmental Cost
Graphic Designer, Planet Forward
Cocaine has human costs, but the first toll it takes is on the very land it grows on. See what producing cocaine is doing to the Columbian landscape and the Amazon.
Graphic Designer, Planet Forward
Water, water everywhere - but if it's not properly cleaned, it can be deadly.
Communicating Science
Graphic Designer, Planet Forward
Scientists generate a ton of great research on food, agriculture and climate. But, sometimes, it never gets to the public. Where's the disconnect?
FAO Successes
Graphic Designer, Planet Forward
Who's climate-smart already? We take a look at three cases where the climate-smart agriculture approach has helped communities face climate change.
Climate Smart Agriculture
Graphic Designer, Planet Forward
We know we have to change the way we produce food to adapt to climate change, and Climate Smart Agriculture is the way the UN is suggesting - but what exactly is it?

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