climate change

Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
We need game-changing innovations to move forward. GW's 2013 Feeding The Planet Summit brought together top CEOs and experts, leaders from NGOs and non-profits, students and celebrity chefs to identify and share real solutions. From local sourcing,... Read More
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
We've got the stories, ideas and facts behind President Obama's big speech on climate change.
Vote for the best idea at The George Washington University! The Campus Challenge submission period has ended, and we have received ideas from across GW’s campus. Now the time has come to elevate one above the rest. Choose wisely. Remember: the... Read More
Nikolay Shiklomanov On Climate Change
Nikolay Shiklomanov On Climate Change
Planet Forward, GWU School of Media and Public Affairs
With temperatures on the rise, we look to the experts to find out how climate change will impact the future of the Arctic. Their breaking the ice in this conversation with concerns about the Artic's infrastruction, changes in our ability to exploit... Read More
Peter Linquiti On Sound Coastal Policy
Peter Linquiti On Sound Coastal Policy
Planet Forward, GWU School of Media and Public Affairs
Following Hurricane Sandy's devastating blow to the East Coast, we ask the experts to discuss what rising sea levels have in store for the future of our coastal cities and towns. Is there a solution? Or should we just surrender to Mother Nature?... Read More
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
The expert opinion is that climate change is happening, but what's the perception on the street among DC's highly educated population?
The George Washington University
Climate change and other environmental issues have taken a major backseat in this election, even as extreme weather events like Hurricane Sandy propel them into the headlines. The candidates haven't made the environment a priority - but do voters?
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
When disaster strikes, people look for explanations - why did this happen? How can we prevent it from happening again? Hurricane Sandy is no exception.
UNSW Australia
With 7 billion mouths to feed--and many more to come--how will our cities, economies, health systems and environments cope? What are the challenges and opportunities? Some of UNSW's experts to canvass the big issues surrounding the global... Read More
National Science Foundation
Because cities have so many dark surfaces that absorb heat, they can become extremely hot and congested during the summer. A new study suggests that by painting roofs white, city temperatures could decrease nearly two degrees during the summer... Read More

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