Green Living

A lot of simple, seemingly insignificant things can add up to a positive and meaningful global change. PF Members have solutions to living a more sustainable day to day life.

What if youngsters had to grapple with the most complex issue of our time?
It is hard to escape the sense of mastery as the stars move in the wide clear heavens to risings and settings unobscured...wheeling to their stations in the sky they make the whole world fret of no account.
Old and new technology in solar and wind technologies at a variety of other, can be applied in, producing, developing environmentally friendly sources of clean electricity. Solar panels have been around for a long time, and currently government... Read More
Planet Forward
By Victoria Riess, Haley Lesavoy, and Mark Abramson. A short video documentary highlighting education provided by nonprofit Casey Trees at the elementary level and the impact it has on our environment's future. Casey Trees was established to... Read More
Planet Forward
Planet Forward host, Frank Sesno visits with a homeowner with a passion for solar - National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) researcher Steve Robins built his own home energy system from the technologies he helped develop in the lab. He produces more... Read More
Planet Forward
It's almost as universal to our lives as air, but how many of us really know where our electricity comes from or how it gets to our homes? Is our energy infrastructure up to the 21st consumer's demands? Is it really worth the investment to upgrade.
Do everyday choices to reduce our carbon footprint make a real difference for the climate? Sure, when we add them all up, but most of us still want to know, “What’s in it for me?” A company called Earth Aid has a unique answer to this question: Give... Read More
Planet Forward
By Victoria Riess, Mark Abramson & Haley Lesavoy How much energy are you wasting by throwing out that plastic bottle? Find out!
Planet Forward
Planet Forward host Frank Sesno interviews Mike Tidwell, head of the Chesapeake Climate Action Network, via Skype from Copenhagen. Hear why the best thing we can do for the environment might be to stop 'going green.'

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