Planet Forward
What’s the latest in environmental policy? We’re taking a break from this month's green business theme to give you the scoop from a real Washington insider. Planet Forward host Frank Sesno interviews Carol Werner, Executive Director of the... Read More
The NWF Climate Capsule, featuring our "Be Kind, Rewind" version of "Inception." If you could sneak into the dreams of Sen. Inhofe, what would you find?
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On the one hand, it's a positive sign for renewable fans... a small family business making a go of it in solar and wind power. This Long Island family has been installing small-scale solar and wind energy packages in back yards, reducing homeowner’s... Read More
Jack Ekstorm as been surfing California Beaches for over 60 years. He’s lived on a beautiful ocean bluff since he bought his house 1965 for just $19,000. “I built my dream home here. And I didn’t build it for speculation or anything,” Ekstorm said... Read More
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Are you ready to ride the waves? Planet Forward Intern Dave Raish shows us a video – with a nifty animation – that explains how one utility plans to harness the most reliable resource on Earth – the tides. By connecting two tidal turbines – think... Read More
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Electric cars may pimp your green image but are they worth the ride? Planet Forward member and creator of MPG-o-Matic, Daniel Gray, shows us some cool features of Nissan’s electric vehicle. But just how expensive is a zero emissions ride? We do the... Read More
Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn, USN (Ret.), Brigadier General Gerald E. Galloway, ASA (Ret.) and other experts speaking at a July 29, 2010 event on Capitol Hill. How does our dependence on fossil fuels threaten national security? What can the Department... Read More
What can spider monkeys, peacocks, ostriches & sheep tell us about global warming & the climate debate on Capitol Hill?
State energy officials speaking at a July 7, 2010 event on Capitol Hill. How has federal stimulus funding for the State Energy Program been used to date? More information is available at
Watch the inspiring winning video of the Get Green Video Contest, showing how to better reduce your carbon footprint.