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GW students march through campus in February 2020 as part of a Sunrise GW demonstration to demand divestment. (Photo courtesy Sunrise GW by Natalia Madrinan)

Planet Forward Assistant Editor
This week, the George Washington University community is celebrating as it joins fellow D.C. area schools in significant action against climate change.
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Learn about food waste while discovering ways to combat it in the D.C. community.
Roof to Table | 360° Video Experience
Roof to Table | 360° Video Experience
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Roof to Table takes it to the next level. Literally. Not just one, but a few levels up: to the roof. All it takes is a smartphone — and the YouTube app.
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In a rapidly changing world, businesses must regularly measure risks and opportunities as they strive to maintain a competitive edge. Luckily, this indicates more focus on the environment and sustainable growth.

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy said, "The challenges today are not a question of if we have the the opportunity to make progress on these issues but how do we act when we can’t see the problems?” (Photo: GWU)

Senior Writer, Planet Forward
Effective storytelling rests at the nexus of innovations seeking to address the urgent social and environmental sustainability challenges facing cities across the globe. This was the overarching theme of the 2016 Planet Forward Summit.
Biofiltration Selfie Video
Biofiltration Selfie Video
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FEATURED SELFIE: High storm water runoff levels are dangerous - these planters could be an attractive solution.
Max Chen, Mayra Cruz, and Zohra Roy's "Invest, Educate, Empower" won Planet Forward's GW Campus Challenge.
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This is a video about how to address "food deserts" in Washington, DC. Film produced by Max Chen, Mayra Cruz, and Zohra Roy.
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We profile three schools that are working toward more sustainable college campuses. WATCH
by Miranda Green and Andrea Vittorio The George Washington University group GroW has started a community garden on campus. The result: good food, local honey and a few dirty hands!

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