Articles by Frank Sesno
Frank Sesno is Director of the School of Media and Public Affairs at The George Washington University, an Emmy-award winning journalist, and host and creator of Planet Forward.
Business + Stealth Greening = Fail
If a business goes green in the forest and no one is around…did it happen? That’s what a climate action plan sounds like if you don’t market it, according to George Washington University business professor, Mark Starik. Failure in Washington to pass cap and trade legislation and failure in Copenhagen to come to an international […]
Portsmouth hastens down the wind [Video]
While federal legislation to reduce our carbon footprint hits gridlock in Washington D.C., small communities across the nation are quietly going green. See what a small New England town is doing to reduce their carbon footprint by 50 percent and raise money in the process. Their 1.5 megawatt wind turbine started generating power on March […]
Gold, silver, bronze, & green
What do the Vancouver Olympics have to do with Sir Richard Branson’s “Carbon War Room” and solar power? We hear from venture capitalist Jack Hidary on this Planet Forward webisode. Hidary and Branson aren’t just enjoying the sporting events at the Vancouver Olympics. They’ve started a “Carbon War Room” which is looking for market-driven solutions […]