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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.
The George Washington University
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 
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.       
COP21 agreement was a transformational moment
COP21 agreement was a transformational moment
Planet Forward
Salon speakers and guests give us their feedback on the COP21 agreement.
Planet Forward
A few of our favorite images from our first event of the year, a Salon debriefing the December Paris agreement.
Digital Media Producer, Planet Forward
Ethiopia is the fastest growing non-oil based economy in the world, and people like Helawi Sewnet are part of the reason why.
The George Washington University
Green roof-ing is actually what is up in urban sustainability!
George Washington University
With D.C.’s famous monuments in sight, the Potomac has been deemed by many “the nation’s river,” and it serves a much larger purpose than you might realize.
American University
Young activists took to the streets Washington, D.C., on Monday for the Our Generation, Our Choice day of action.

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