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American University
At Sierra Club D.C.'s screening of "The True Cost," American University students learned about the environmental and social impact of the fashion industry. 

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The George Washington University, Spring 2016 Editorial Intern
“You’ve taken thousands of showers, but never one like this.”
Associate Director, Planet Forward
Like other "hidden" forms of environmental waste, your best furry friend masks extraordinary amounts of waste behind his cute little face.
Planet Forward Intern/Marymount University
It can be tempting to give in and turn on the heat on the first cold night. That moment of weakness is also the moment you make your annual transformation into a winter energy hog.
The George Washington University
It’s a great thing when topics related to sustainability get attention on social media. But it’s important to know what you’re talking about.
The George Washington University
Back in February, we posted about keeping warm during the winter months while saving energy. Now that summer has arrived, there are plenty of things you can do to enjoy the warmer months and reduce your impact on the planet. Hit up your farmers... Read More
If you want sustainable design in the world, you first need a school that teaches designers how to think sustainably. The Pratt Design Incubator is doing just that.
The George Washington University
Houses are getting bigger and using more energy while the families living inside them are getting smaller - what's going on?
The George Washington University
People move around for lots of reasons, and sustainable living is becoming one of the big ones. Is DC's recent population explosion due to the increasingly sustainable nature of the city?
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
We all use water bottles, but if you're not filling up a reusable every time you're creating a lot of waste. Disposable bottles are convenient, and convenience determines what gets used - the folks at True2o think they might be able to bridge the... Read More