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George Washington University
By Andrea Vittorio and Miranda Green How many times a week do you take out the garbage? That sticky, icky, smelly trash leaves your home and heads for the landfill. But what if you could turn that waste into energy? Biogas digesters work like a... Read More
George Washington University-School of Media and Public Affairs
Lauren Hoenemeyer and Kimberly Kroll produced the crowd favorite at GW's Student Film Festival with GW President Steven Knapp, White House Environmental Executive Michelle Moore, Jeff Nesbit of the National Science Foundation and Michelle Williams... Read More
Since initially thinking about smart energy grids could potentially work at GW, I researched if any other Universities have set-up smart-grid systems. I concluded that renewable, smart energy on college campuses is an untapped opportunity. Many... Read More
Casey Trees is a non-profit committed to restoring the tree canopy in the District. They recently moved from the hustle and bustle of K Street to an extraordinary new headquarters in the residential Brookland neighborhood of North East Washington.... Read More
My “idea” is quite idealistic in its self. In order to solve the efficiency problems of our daily lives, multiple solutions must be addressed simultaneously. To do so, my idea provides a possible solution to filter sewage/waste water, while... Read More
Secretary of Energy Steven Chu spoke at the National Press Club this week and sparked conversation about alternative energy by claiming that the U.S. faced a “Sputnik” moment. He argued that it is not too late for the US to once again become the... Read More
The radius of curvature concept does not change any current math theories of physics, but ties them together for a far more comprehensible (gestalt/fractal)view, and subsequent application, of our micro/here&now/macro Realities  StarSteps Part... Read More
Planet Forward
At a National Press Club luncheon, Energy Secretary Steven Chu expressed his concern for the United States as it is losing its footing as a leader in science and energy. Here are some highlights from the speech. Watch>>
Planet Forward
Energy Secretary Steven Chu told the National Press Club that time may be running out for the United States to lead in sciences and energy. Watch his full speech here.
The forests in the Southern US act as carbon sinks, but their future rests in the hands of private landowners. Watch>>

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