Washington DC

Blog by Gabe Salkin; Video by Leor Reef and Gabe Salkin
Blog by Gabe Salkin; Video by Leor Reef and Gabe Salkin
George Washington University
Solar can be hard to set up for one person alone, but DC residents are involving the whole community in light of falling prices and tax incentives.
Going Solar in DC
Planet Forward, GWU School of Media and Public Affairs
How easy is it to go solar in the nation's capitol?
The George Washington University
You can't always farm in the city, but that doesn't mean you can't have someone farm for you in the country.
Video by Julia Blakely and John Perrino
Video by Julia Blakely and John Perrino
What's a great way for foodies to get a shot of vitamins while making their dishes deliciously beautiful? Restaurants like Washington DC's Graffiato are doing it using microgreens.
Video by Jenny Rabago and Asthaa Chaturvedi
Video by Jenny Rabago and Asthaa Chaturvedi
The George Washington University
Imagine if it took three hours to go grocery shopping just so you could make a healthy meal for your family. That's the reality in Anacostia, and BrightFarms is trying to do something about it.
Video by Nimet Kirac and Musadiq Bidar
Video by Nimet Kirac and Musadiq Bidar
George Washington University
What do YOU do with the all the food you don’t eat? Composting is a good option, but there's a problem of convenience - which one company may have a solution for.
Blog by Gabe Salkin
Blog by Gabe Salkin
Climate change is a big issue, but everyone's got issues to deal with - does the average person have time to think about climate change, and time to act?
An overview of Philadelphia and D.C.'s stormwater management plan. 
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Most of us recycle bottles, cans, paper - the basics - but how many of us take the time to rebuild, repurpose and recycle the technology in our lives? The people of HacDC live that lifestyle every day.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
The expert opinion is that climate change is happening, but what's the perception on the street among DC's highly educated population?

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