Webisodes

Our field teams, interns and student workers have put together these short videos on key topics in sustainability, energy, climate change and food security.

Director of Academic Adventures, Planet Forward
Who's going to grow all the food we'll need in 2050? With less young people looking at farming as a career, 4-H is trying to turn it around and put farming into African schools.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Think "green" means rural or suburban? According to Dr. Lisa Benton-Short, the real way to a green future lies in the density of cities.
Why waste space on campus? One student wants to turn limited outdoor space on campus into a functional solar charging hub.
A multi-university team from Washington, DC is competing in this year's Solar Decathlon and aiming for a very special end product - a house suitable as a healing home for a returning American veteran.
On February 17th, roughly 35,000 Americans rallied on the National Mall to urge President Obama to reject the Keystone XL oil pipeline proposal. The Forward on Climate Rally, organized by Sierra Club, 350, National Resources Defense Council and... Read More
Maryland high school student Sam Pritt is pulling ahead of his classmates and helping citizen environmentalists contribute to larger research projects along the way.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Most of us recycle bottles, cans, paper - the basics - but how many of us take the time to rebuild, repurpose and recycle the technology in our lives? The people of HacDC live that lifestyle every day.
The George Washington University
Downsizing your living space is one way to get really green. Tiny houses could be the next big thing in both sustainability and affordability.
The George Washington University
One man's trash is another man's clean source of electricity with trash to fuel technology.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Last month Professor Jeffrey Sachs, renowned economist and Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, stopped by GW's Elliott School of International Affairs to discuss the future research agenda for sustainable development. Sachs spoke... Read More

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