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Student in a GW sweatshirt smiles while holding up a decorated blue water bottle.

Student shows off their newly decorated Didómi bottle. (Brian Bishop/Didómi)

Planet Forward Correspondent | George Washington University
George Washington University kicked off its campaign to distribute 30,000 reusable water bottles to the GW community through a partnership with Didómi.

One of the bottle refilling stations on campus. (Alexander Welling/The Hatchet)

Planet Forward FAO Fellow | George Washington University
A task force aiming to eliminate the use of single-use plastics on campus produced a report in October 2020 recommending plans like cutting plastic bottles from vending machines and installing more water bottle fillers in residence halls.
George Washington University
Clothing production has steadily increased for the last 2 decades due to fast fashion.
Last Call aims to end food insecurity and food waste in D.C.
Last Call aims to end food insecurity and food waste in D.C.
George Washington University
The nonprofit organization "Last Call" aims to end food insecurity and food waste in the D.C. area.
UnBearably Hungry
UnBearably Hungry
George Washington University
Last Call is a sustainable start-up founded by two GWU students, with the goal of decreasing food waste from restaurants by alerting community members of times when the restaurants are experiencing a surplus. The food is sold for 50 - 80% off normal... Read More
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The next best thing to using no plastic is making plastic useful.
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Maryland-based organization Bikes for the World diverts thousands of bicycles annually from the U.S. waste stream. 
Planet Forward
Frank Sesno and Planet Forward bid a very fond farewell to retiring GW President Steven Knapp.
Roof to Table | 360° Video Experience
Roof to Table | 360° Video Experience
The George Washington University
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.
The George Washington University, Spring 2016 Editorial Intern
Kira and Sara, journalism students at The George Washington University, created a video that focused on The Food Recovery Network.

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