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Planet Forward host, Frank Sesno, talks with George Washington University business professor and Planet Forward member, Mark Starik, about what businesses can and should do to reduce their carbon footprint.
Planet Forward
We feature a piece produced out of Roger Williams University showing how Portsmouth, RI is trying to reduce its carbon footprint (and municipal expenses) through an investment in wind energy.
Planet Forward
Planet Forward host, Frank Sesno, introduces a piece produced out of Roger Williams University showing how Portsmouth, RI is trying to reduce its carbon footprint (and municipal expenses) through an investment in wind energy.
Planet Forward
Planet Forward host, Frank Sesno, talks via Skype with Jack Hidary, venture capitalist and founder of the Freedom Prize. Hidary discusses Vancouver's efforts to host a 'green' Olympics and talks about what other cities could do to similarly reduce... Read More
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From the Archives: What role should religious institutions play in addressing issues of climate change? In answer, one filmmaker from UNC's "Powering a Nation" initiative explores how religious leaders are grappling with climate change and what they... Read More
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A film team from the George Washington University recently ventured out to a local DC elementary school to look at Casey Trees outreach program to schools. Who doesn't love cute kids saving the world?
Planet Forward
Thomas Friedman discusses his "perfect storm"--the only thing that would get a climate bill past the senate this year.
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Planet Forward host Frank Sesno asks NYT columnist Tom Friedman questions submitted by the Planet Forward community. Part II coming next week.
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Part 3 of a 3 part seriesSee Part 1: Van Jones on Community Solar and Wind EnergySee Part 2: Van Jones on What Individuals Can Do to Increase Efficiency
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Part 2 of a 3 part series: See Part 1: Van Jones on Community Solar and Wind EnergySee Part 3: Van Jones on Obama's Fuel Efficiency Standards

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