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Founder and Chief Executive, Planet Forward
Our 2021 Summit event hosted some of the most compelling guests — and conversations — we've ever had. Whether you want to re-watch a portion, or check out the entire event, we have all the info here.
The George Washington University
In this short film, Planet Forward Comcast Sustainable Storytelling Fellow Francesca Edralin explores how classroom gardening can be used as a tool to address food insecurity.
George Washington University
After spending this semester working on a documentary, I have a lot to share about what I learned.

The Green Bronx Machine teaches students how to garden and produce their own nutritious food. (Photo courtesy of Green Bronx Machine)

The George Washington University
The Bronx is home to many things — Yankee Stadium, the Bronx Zoo, the birth of hip-hop — and most recently, an idea powerful enough to change the world.
Spinach plant with a wooden sign post labeling the crop with blue paint.
Planet Forward Correspondent | Dartmouth College
The Green Corn Project empowers Austinites in urban food deserts by building gardens in their own front yards.
The Quest for Activism in Journalism
The Quest for Activism in Journalism
Ithaca College
A look at how fellow journalists combine filmmaking and activism when covering issues related to the climate crisis.
Founder and Chief Executive, Planet Forward
CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield talks about pressing community health threats, such as COVID-19, vaccine confidence, the opioid crisis, and more.
Founder and Chief Executive, Planet Forward
Jon Andrus, a University of Colorado and George Washington University adjunct professor in global health and an expert in vaccinology, shares when we can expect a vaccine and why our lives will never "go back to normal."
Founder and Chief Executive, Planet Forward
During this live episode of “Healthy You: Surviving a Pandemic,” Dr. Anthony Fauci shares his thoughts on opening schools safely, vaccine availability and effectiveness, and how he maintains his ethics and values during this trying time.

In times of crisis, whether our current pandemic or a natural disaster, how should social scientists manage their research of human subjects? (Lisa Shoning-Young/Creative Commons)

Research Director for Sustainable GW | George Washington University
Given the ongoing crisis, many faculty and researchers are launching projects that deal with disasters. But a key question for social scientists working with human research subjects is how to conduct research in these conditions.

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