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Arizona State University
After the closing of Arizona's last coal mine, the Navajo Nation is investing in renewable energy. The Nation is looking to solar for the future.  
"A Better Day" by Natasha Cooper
"A Better Day" by Natasha Cooper
Eckerd College
We are slowly destroying our planet, but that does not mean it is not too late to make a change.
Arizona State University
Mexican engineers may have found a solution to the prickly problem of plastic bag waste: make plastic out of cactus juice. The plant-based film breaks down in weeks rather than centuries.
Arizona State University
Solar panels are a common way to generate renewable energy, but one company is using solar panels to pull water out of thin air.
Planet Forward Correspondent | The George Washington University
This piece reflects my desire to savor the world, and to enjoy the profound experiences that make up this unique place. 
George Washington University
This is a video about transporting food into urban areas.
Planet Forward Correspondent | Sewanee: The University of the South
Two research guides in northeast Madagascar founded their own nature reserves in their home villages, hoping to protect wildlife and their community in the face of climate change and deforestation.
George Washington University
Next in Tackling Food Waste: GW's Ellen Wang asks us to look at our own food waste. We might think that the garbage bin is the end of the story when it comes to food you're not going to eat – but there's more to to it than that.
Arizona State University
In 1987, condors were on the brink of extinction. Three decades later, the California condor is slowly rebounding.
Northwestern University
Alaskan Native Americans face problems with reduced number of salmon due to climate change.

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