Energy

Planet Forward
The Office of Sustainability at The George Washington University hosted a Policy Greenhouse on July 10, 2009
Planet Forward
Joe Laliberte and Victoria Riess show how Hybrid Cabs in Washington, DC are making a difference
Global warming has, in part, been responsible for the near collapse of the cultured pearl industry in Japan. Japanese production of pearls in 1966 was 230 tons, today it's 12 tons. Japan is where pearls were first cultured in the early 20th century... Read More
A one meter rise in sea level will affect 145 million people. I think it is extremely important to illustrate this concept as vibrantly as possible.
Cutting your carbon footprint, in some cases, can save you money. But will it help get you into Heaven? A growing coalition of religious organizations, both in the U.S. and internationally, wouldn't deny it.
They say there's no such thing as a silver bullet when it comes to environment and energy. However, the LIquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor - LIFTeR - comes pretty close. Peaking petroleum and a tight uranium equation have promped a surge in interest... Read More
Planet Forward
Our first TV special focused on great ideas from you, our members, about how we as a country should approach our energy future. Originally broadcast on April 15, 2009 on PBS.
Have you ever seen what a gallon of gas looks like when it burns?

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