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GWU School of Media and Public Affairs
Distinguished fellow Tara Sonenshine gives her take on how the Obama Administration needs to communicate their new plans for coal regulation
The average person tends to know what plastic drip tape and soaker hoses are, but what is plastic mulch? In China alone, the equivalent area of South Carolina is covered with this fossil fuel based plastic sheet mulch every year and then the plastic... Read More
The 2011 Solar Decathlon officially ended on October 2nd when director Richard King sent a warm thank you to everyone involved. But the Solar Decathlon happens every two years, and King ended his thank you like a starter cuing off a race. "I can't... Read More
We are exposed to hundreds of chemicals every day in household items that you might not expect to be potentially harmful, including non-stick cookware, plastic bags and bottles, and cleaning products. Under regulations that currently exist,... Read More
Planet Forward
A rising tide may lift all boats, but what does it do to marshlands? In this week's WEBISODE we showcase NSF funded scientist's work on how marshes are affected by sea level rise. We also take you on a trip halfway around!
Planet Forward
Students at Gonzaga University are working on a machine that can make fuel pellets out of corn stover and animal waste as a project for the EPA's P3 research competition.
Planet Forward
As part of the EPA's P3 competition, Michael Golub from the University of Alaska Fairbanks is working on an electric ATV that is powered by renewables.
Planet Forward
For the EPA's P3 research design competition these students from the University of Tennessee worked on an electric vehicle project. Their electric vehicle can go 30 miles on a single charge for the cost of 25 cents.
Planet Forward
From our live Planet Forward event on April 20... Planet Forward Host, Frank Sesno, ask Lisa Jackson to respond to criticisms by Senator Graham, one of the key Republican supporters of a new Senate climate bill.

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