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John Purcell, head of Vegetables R&D for Bayer, was leading the conversation on plant breeding on a tour of Bayer's research facility in Woodland, Calif., in August. (Planet Forward)

Stevenson University
Next in our series: Stevenson University's Quinn Luethy looks deeper into how we're going to feed our planet's growing population. Solutions include the development of crops that can withstand the challenges of climate change.

In mid-August, the sunflowers are nearly ready for harvest at Schreiner Farms in Woodland, Calif. (Dani Huffman/Kenyon College)

Kenyon College
Next in our Tackling Food Waste series: Kenyon College student farmer Dani Huffman looks at the pros and cons of traditional and organic farming - and the issue of sustainable agriculture. Turns out it isn't as black and white as it seems.

(International Rice Research Institute)

UW-Madison
Opposition to golden rice has prevented a potential cure for a vitamin A deficiency from reaching millions of people who need it most.
Farmers, Science and the Sustainability Story
Planet Forward
A discussion of the intersection of why farmers need technology and how we ensure those tools are effective, efficient and sustainable.
George Washington University
GWU Student Tim Palmieri added organics to his life, and discovered benefits he says are worth the extra price tag.
Digital Media Producer, Planet Forward
One GWU student started the year skeptical of Genetically Modified Organisms, but had a change of heart once she looked closer.
The George Washington University
Are genetically engineered foods safe to eat? Have they had environmental impacts? Greg Jaffe cuts through the myths in this Planet Forward lecture.
Video by Mel McIntire and Gabe Salkin, Blog by Gabe Salkin
Video by Mel McIntire and Gabe Salkin, Blog by Gabe Salkin
Is the GMO debate black and white? Find out some startling statistics that may change your mind.
Julia Blakely on Clean Cookstoves
Julia Blakely on Clean Cookstoves
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Students were a key part of our Feeding the Planet Summit, and they had plenty to say. Check out their thoughts on how to move the planet forward and feed 9 billion.
Max Chen on Eating Crickets
Max Chen on Eating Crickets
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Students were a key part of our Feeding the Planet Summit, and they had plenty to say. Check out their thoughts on how to move the planet forward and feed 9 billion.

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