Development

Many of this mall's tenants left after the anchors stores closed at The Mall at the Source in Westbury, New York. (Creative Commons)

SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
The decline of shopping malls is a result of online shopping and the need for instant gratification.
"The Population Bomb Threatens the Peace of the World"
George Washington University
Not all populations impact the Earth equally, so how can we expect population control to save the planet?
Redefining progress
Redefining progress
University of Montana
This short film captures what progress symbolizes in the Alaskan Brooks Range.
University of Florida
There is an immense level of vulnerability for the participants in urban, public markets.
University of Florida
As we approach the year 2050 with unprecedented poverty and a population rising to 9.6 billion people, I believe a key investment to be made is found in the leadership potential within the current millennial population.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Follow Our Travels in Africa As part of our Feeding The Planet initiative, we sent a team from The George Washington University abroad. Dr. Imani Cheers and two Planet Forward Explorer Fellows, Sara Snyder and Gabrielle Demczuk, traveled through... Read More
Natrual Philosophy Alliance
Build a safe and stable macro atom a centimeter in size to store enormous numbers of electrons producing an energy density storage device far exceeding hydrocarbons. A relatively cheap proof of concept experiment would test the feasibility of this... Read More
It’s a green energy dream. The sun shines all day and the wind blows constantly. But alternative energy is the last thing you might expect, here in Afghanistan’s war-torn Panjshir Valley. Yet after three decades of violence tragedy and destruction,... Read More