Tuesday, October 25, 2011
We've all heard the predictions of sea level rise for 2100, but what about 2500? Planet Forward friend, Climate Central, reports on a new study that examines what the future will look like. Check it out>>
(Photo courtesy Nebia)
A rooftop of solar panels can create long-term savings for a home or business. (Pixbay)
State University College at Buffalo
Tuesday, October 31, 2017
The solar industry is making its way into becoming a fierce competitor in the energy sector. As prices for solar continue to decrease, new innovations are incentivizing Americans to invest in solar homes.
Tags: solar, Tesla, energy, clean, Green, sustainability, innovation, renewable
Planet Forward Correspondent | Reed College
Tuesday, April 07, 2020
In 1957, Monsanto’s House of the Future predicted what living in 1986 might be like. Made almost entirely of fiberglass and plastic, where is the house now?
Saturday, November 20, 2010
Secure more water, curb pollution, end interior flooding and create jobs through a national project that will correct our sin of neglect, abuse and waste to our most precious resource. It is not gold, oil or even food.
Planet Forward Senior Correspondent | The George Washington University
Thursday, September 17, 2020
To prevent or at least forestall the next pandemic, we clearly have an obligation to examine and prevent the practices that promote close contact between humans and wildlife, particularly bushmeat hunting and deforestation.
Tags: conservation, covid-19, Uganda, tourism, Biodiversity, storyfest2021
Personal Food Computer (PFC) v2.0 alpha (2016). (Photo courtesy of Open Agriculture Initiative, MIT Media Lab)
Thursday, February 09, 2017
MIT’s Open Agriculture Initiative is drawing on the very societal changes that have distanced average citizens from traditional agriculture to close the gap in knowledge and control what we eat.