women

"The Population Bomb Threatens the Peace of the World"
George Washington University
Not all populations impact the Earth equally, so how can we expect population control to save the planet?
University of Arkansas
Our short video emphasizes the importance of creating a movement geared toward equal opportunity in STEM fields in order to help our planet.
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.
University of Wisconsin
Encouraging females to explore careers in planet management through farming.
George Washington University
On a Planet Forward storytelling trip this fall to Nebraska, I was inspired by the women we met — women not all in roles you'd expect to find on family farms and in the agriculture industry. 
The George Washington University
I traveled this summer to Bangladesh with CARE. It quickly became clear that strong women are everywhere, and it would be important to keep an open mind during this trip.
The George Washington University
My project was on explaining the problems that are going on in Egypt right. Egypt is facing a huge increase of population in the last few years. However, people are not educated enough about using contraception methods to decrease the population... Read More
Gender, Poverty and Food: How Climate Makes It Worse
Planet Forward
The challenges of climate change can make what was already a tough situation for women famers worse.
KinoSol
The photos above depict a few of the women I was fortunate enough to meet and communicate with while in southern rural India. Driving along the main highways of India reveals a site not commonly seen in my soy and corn filled state of Iowa. Rather... Read More
Video by Anna Sumi and Alyssa Bruns
Video by Anna Sumi and Alyssa Bruns
The George Washington University
Women face unique challenges when it comes to climate change, especially where water is concerned.

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