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Video by Eric Osman and Sumner Byrne
Video by Eric Osman and Sumner Byrne
The George Washington University
It looked like a scene out of the musical "Oklahoma." Tom Linthicum, owner of Seneca Ayr Farms, drove us up the gravel road to his farmhouse in Maryland. The bright November day made the recently harvested soybean fields glow and sway, his green-... Read More
Dirty Farm, Dirty Bay
Graphic Designer, Planet Forward
Agriculture is the primary polluter in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, with sediment runoff endangering plant life and marine ecosystems.
Rain, runoff and the changing climate - our regional levels of precipitation will change by the 2040s.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Rain, runoff and the changing climate - our regional levels of precipitation will change by the 2040s.
Green Roof
Green Roof
SUNY-ESF
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry established a Green Roof back in 2012 on top of the new Gateway Center, which was was also established in 2012. Green roofs slow the runoff, and absorb up to 80% of rainwater that would have... Read More
Selfie: what could be the future
Selfie: what could be the future
The George Washington University
FEATURED SELFIE: Corporate America is looking for ways to go green, and they're starting from the top down - literally.
The DC Golden Triangle BID Urban Rain Garden at 19th & L NW
The DC Golden Triangle BID Urban Rain Garden at 19th & L NW
The George Washington Universtiy
What could be floating around in your glass of water? Cigarette butts.... Motor oil? A mixture of any of those pollutants would not make for a delicious, or safe, cocktail—so how do we prevent our waterways, and eventually our glasses, from getting... Read More
After a disaster, how do you protect your water supply from contamination? Osorb would absorb the toxic chemicals in the water and keep oil, pesticides, gases, pharmaceuticals and other chemicals out of the groundwater.
Green Treks
The words "sustainable house" may conjure images of hippie throw backs living in grass shacks, geodesic domes, or some other dwelling that's wacky and weird. But the Rosses wanted to show that it's possible to live in a home that's "just like others... Read More

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