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Planet Forward Correspondent | SUNY-ESF
Shirley Chisholm State Park is New York City’s “New York City's nicest park built on top of a toxic waste dump,” and in this podcast, I detail the who, what and wheres of the Park, including its namesake, history, and cultural significance.
Planet Forward Correspondent | SUNY-ESF
Where do we draw the line between historical preservation and present-day environmental degradation? In the case of Glass Bottle Beach, where early 1900's garbage bleeds into the ocean with every tide, the line is surprisingly very fuzzy.
George Washington University
Waste is cluttering our world, but some countries are trying to turn this around.

On our reusable water bottles, we incorporated one of our school symbols, an image of a tree, and a quote to encourage people to think about their relationship with the earth.

Middlebury College
A high school project about reusable water bottles looks to find ways to reduce waste, question mindsets, and work with diverse groups of people to achieve common (and uncommon) goals.
Jeff Kirschner on the Story Behind Litterati
Jeff Kirschner on the Story Behind Litterati
GWU
We all Instagram our food before we eat it - why not Instagram our attempts to clean up the planet?
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Where is your trash going? If you live in Alexandria, Virginia or a community like it, it's not going to a landfill - it's being burned to power your home.
Next time you throw food away, think twice. Globally, we waste a third of the food that is produced for human consumption.
Since November 15th was America Recycles Day what would be more fitting than tips on recycling. Recycling is extremely important to help reduce our impact on the environment. Some key reasons to recycle are: it saves energy, it helps the environment... Read More
See how landfills across the country are using gas that is normally burned off in landfills, which endangers the environment, and instead converting it into energy. You'll see that waste really isn't a waste afterall.