education

A science classroom in Evanston Township High School where Marla Isaacs, a biology teacher, encourages respectful conversations when teaching about climate change, no matter what their opinion is. (Natalie Chun/Northwestern University)

Planet Forward Correspondent | Northwestern University
“It's just a statement,” teacher Anna Kraftson said of climate change. “There's data. It's not like ‘I believe in this’ or ‘I don't believe in this.’"

(Reed Hutton/Middlebury College)

Planet Forward Senior Correspondent | Middlebury College
How can we integrate everyone in outdoor recreation? It starts with positive changes in leadership — both coaches and role models.
The George Washington University
The power of critical thinking applied to your plate may have surprising ramifications.
Founder and Chief Executive, Planet Forward
Our founder reflects on the evolution of Planet Forward, and celebrates where we are now — thanks to people like you!
George Washington University
Mundo Verde, a bilingual elementary school in NW D.C., prides itself on being a "green" school. One way they encourage this is to provide children with sustainable meals.

(Photo courtesy of Good of the Hive)

The George Washington University
Artist and advocate Matthew Willey is painting a mural above the Great Ape House at the Smithsonian National Zoo to raise awareness about honey bee health.
dolphins

These dolphins, a mother and son pair, reside at Marineland Dolphin Adventure, an AMMPA accredited facility dedicated to marine species protection and conservation. (Parker Bryant/Florida State University)

Planet Forward Correspondent | Eckerd College
Based on her experience, Planet Forward Correspondent Cassandra Hobar challenges the basis of anti-captivity movements, while supporting zoos and aquariums for the work they do in conservation and species preservation.
Frank Sesno welcomes Summit participants
Founder and Chief Executive, Planet Forward
This year, we had our most successful Summit yet with more than 400 attendees and students from 40 schools around the world!
Female Black Soldier Fly deposits her eggs in cardboard. Photo by Gee W., 2013.
Planet Forward Correspondent | Sewanee: The University of the South
Undergraduate student Chris Hornsby ('19) studies black soldier fly larvae as a possible means of closed-loop waste processing and livestock feeding at Sewanee's University Farm.
SUNY ESF
Vivaria construction and maintenance can help you become familiar with ecological concepts.

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