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One current community in Africa, the Dassanech, is adapting to climate change right now. The team at Koobi Fora takes a look at how it's changing their economy, how they eat and how they live.
Affiliation:
Creative Fish Tank
August 19, 2014
Overall Score of
3
Koobi Fora Field School is home to the team investigating how climate change was first dealt with by early humans, but they've got their own sustainability concerns.
Affiliation:
Creative Fish Tank
August 15, 2014
Overall Score of
6
The team at Koobi Fora looks at the origins of human diet, from changes in our anatomy that led us towards hunting to how climate change determined our adaptive, diverse palates.
Affiliation:
Creative Fish Tank
August 12, 2014
Overall Score of
5
Dr. Brian Richmond leads his team at Koobi Fora to discover the biodiversity that surrounded early humans and other hominids, and how early human anatomy was shaped to run.
Affiliation:
Creative Fish Tank
August 08, 2014
Overall Score of
2
The team at Koobi Fora looks at how dramatic changes in the environment radically altered how ancient humans lived, how they handled changing resources, and how climate change directed human... Read More
Affiliation:
Creative Fish Tank
August 05, 2014
Overall Score of
8
The 2014 EIA Conference addressed the state of energy in the US and foreign markets with policy analysis, projections and plenty of line graphs. We caught up with a few of the panelists to discuss a... Read More
Bill Woebkenberg: How Policy Affects the Biofuels Industry
Affiliation:
Planet Forward
July 31, 2014
Overall Score of
3
It’s a great thing when topics related to sustainability get attention on social media. But it’s important to know what you’re talking about.
Affiliation:
The George Washington University
July 28, 2014
Overall Score of
9
Interested in trying to eat local? Intimidated by buying fresh for the first time? Check out our guide to buying at your local farmer's market.
Affiliation:
The George Washington University
July 24, 2014
Overall Score of
13
GRID Logistics, Inc. has designed a comprehensive freight handling system to increase the San Pedro Bay Port’s capacity to the 30 million containers projected to flow through the Southern California... Read More
The GRID Story
Affiliation:
Co-Founder CEO
July 21, 2014
Overall Score of
4
Biofuels have us making energy from all sorts of substances, but Duke University researchers are taking waste-to-energy literally with fuel from pig poop.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward
July 21, 2014
Overall Score of
8
The Guatemalan government and local radio stations are working together to improve child nutrition, but their relationship was not always on such good terms.
Edited by Anahi Ruiz and Eric Osman
Affiliation:
The George Washington University
July 16, 2014
Overall Score of
11
Getting a public health message out isn't the easiest in Guatemala's fractured mediascape, and community radio may be the best bet.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward, GWU School of Media and Public Affairs
July 14, 2014
Overall Score of
8
Follow the journey of the Explorers in Guatemala and meet the key players in the attempt to improve child nutrition along the way.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
July 10, 2014
Overall Score of
18
Guatemala has the worst child malnutrition rate in the western hemisphere - almost 50%. Take a look at how bad the problem actually is, and why.
Affiliation:
Planet Forward, GWU School of Media and Public Affairs
July 09, 2014
Overall Score of
19
It's hard to get enough solar into a city using the available land - Meghan Chappel explains how working outside the city can make the difference.
Affiliation:
The George Washington University
July 07, 2014
Overall Score of
4