Carbon emissions

GWU School of Media and Public Affairs
Feeding the planet isn't rocket science - it's climate science, innovation and good old-fasioned know-how.
Video by Julia Blakely and John Perrino
Video by Julia Blakely and John Perrino
Did you know that every gallon of gas you burn creates 20 pounds of CO2? 
Planet Forward, GWU School of Media and Public Affairs
The carbon cycle is key to understanding climate change, but most people don't even know what it is. Take a look at our infographic to learn how carbon affects our world on a macro scale.
What is cuter than little kids working in a garden? Students at the University of South Florida are including their entire community in their attempt to be more environmentally friendly. One part of their project is educating children about... Read More
One of the first lessons we learn in Kindergarten is to pick up after ourselves.  Apparently the lesson doesn't stick well.  Americans are producing more waste and using more energy than we ever have before, and if this energy crisis is going to be... Read More
With over 10.5 million unemployed individuals collecting unemployment has created a virtual service that allows these unemployed individuals to stay at home and not waste gas when looking for free unemployment help. One of the... Read More
Planet Forward
Taxing bad things - rewarding work
Planet Forward
The Office of Sustainability at The George Washington University hosted a Policy Greenhouse on July 10, 2009
Have you ever seen what a gallon of gas looks like when it burns?