sustainability

A closeup of a hand holding a pink diva cup against a blue background.

(Karolina Grabowska/Pexels License)

SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry
In this audio story, SUNY-ESF student, Lisa Steinberg, discusses the intersection of sustainability and menstrual health. 

Each basketball season, UConn's Office of Sustainability and UConn Athletics partner to host a Green Game Day at Gampel Pavilion to promote recycling and engage with the community. (Maggie Singman)

University of Connecticut
How the world of athletics can lead the charge in addressing climate change at the game day level and beyond.
A vast landscape of hills and ice in Greenland.

Greenland's ice sheet is slowly melting. Several sought-after resources are becoming increasingly available as a result. (Mia Rosenblatt)

George Washington University
As the vast Greenland Ice Sheet melts, mining for heavy metals, withdrawals of sediment, and the use of Northern trade routes may expand.

A cow grazing at Colorado State University's Agricultural Research, Development and Education Center on Oct. 27, 2022, in Fort Collins, Colo. (Photo by Eric Forbes)

Planet Forward Correspondent | Colorado State University, Center for Science Communication
In this video, AgNext's Dr. Kim Stackhouse-Lawson and Dr. Sara Place discuss the future of sustainable animal agriculture.

Deep-fried crickets are a common snack in Thailand. (Takeaway/Wikimedia Commons)

George Washington University
Experts discuss the “endless” possibilities of meat-alternatives and sustainable products at SciLine’s “Future of Food” media brief.
A feral hog searches for food among some rocks.

Feral hogs are a destructive invasive species prevalent across Texas. (Roy Buri/Pixabay)

Planet Forward Correspondent | Texas Tech University
Controlling invasive species can be costly and time-consuming. Watch this video to learn how including them on your plate could be a viable way to manage and even reduce populations.
An assortment of crops are seen growing out of lava-rocks in a terraced platform with water flowing through a pipe from one level of the terrace to the next.

Charles Collins' aquaponic garden. Water pours out from one garden bed overflowing with home grown vegetable plants, into another lava-rock filled bed. (Photo courtesy of Charles Collins)

Planet Forward Correspondent | University of Arizona
Charles Collins is a backyard gardener on a mission to change the way that the world grows food. In this audio story, Charles discusses his primary method: aquaponics. 
Planet Forward Correspondent | SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry
Can eating meat save the planet? In this short documentary, ranchers and scientists at McGinley Ranch discuss regenerative ranching practices and ecological economics. 
A vegan margherita pizza from Donna Jean's.

Donna Jean's "Killer Queen" pizza. (Leslie Patinsky Funabashi/Courtesy Donna Jean)

Planet Forward Correspondent | Arizona State University
From a classic Jewish deli, to a charming date-night spot, to a punk rock food truck, join me on a tour of some of San Diego's best and most sustainable vegan food restaurants. 
A painting of a walkway weaving through a cactus garden.

(Linnaea Mallette/publicdomainpictures.net)

George Washington University
California residents have been altering their habits and daily lives due to the state's over 20-year drought conditions. These practices can be an example to others as climate change worsens. 

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