Waste

Two students create a platform to fight food waste.
Two students create a platform to fight food waste.
Planet Forward Digital Media Producer | George Washington University
After learning about food waste and dealing with food insecurity, two students created a platform to combat both these issues at once.

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Planet Forward Correspondent | GW Law School
People choose not to compost for a variety of reasons, however we have tried to rebut all the major arguments against composting to show you how easy and impactful composting is.
George Washington University
An overview on the impact of disposable, single-use plastic menstrual products on the environment and women's bodies, and ideas for products women should be using instead.
The George Washington University
Where does all the food waste that we throw in the trash and discard really end up and how can we ensure that it will not go to waste?

On our reusable water bottles, we incorporated one of our school symbols, an image of a tree, and a quote to encourage people to think about their relationship with the earth.

Middlebury College
A high school project about reusable water bottles looks to find ways to reduce waste, question mindsets, and work with diverse groups of people to achieve common (and uncommon) goals.
How sustainable living can mitigate food waste
How sustainable living can mitigate food waste
The George Washington University
Food waste is a huge problem, socially and environmentally. George Washington University has a creative solution.
True2o, a True Solution
True2o, a True Solution
The George Washington University
True2o is a creative solution to those of us that dream of owning water bottles but can't quite follow through.
The George Washington University
Around the globe, green leaders, students, professors, workers in government, and everyday citizens alike united for a one-day conference to develop and evolve inventive solutions to pressing environmental issues.
Greening The Music Industry
The George Washington University School of Business
While waiting in line outside your favorite venue, you may not be thinking about what it’s taken to make that show happen. If you look at the top 100 tours of 2015, fans traveled about 240 million miles, emitting 58,000 metric tons of CO2.
The George Washington University, Spring 2016 Video Intern
What do you when 30-40% of America's food supply goes to waste? Learn how the Food Recovery Network at the University of Maryland combats one of the environment's biggest threats. — Sara Merken and Kira Sommer    

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