We're going to run out of any kind of fossil fuels, so we need to move on to a renewable source.
How do you get solar in a city? You build in the country, in a move that could become a trend for urban campuses.
John Motter, farmer and director of the United Soybean Board, thinks we can replace petroleum products with biobased materials.
It turns out you can do a lot with a little bean. Hear from the experts on how biobased products can replace petroleum and break new ground.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Biobased alternatives to petroleum products are numerous but not everyone is aware of them yet - read up on the Biobased Stakeholders Dialog, where creators and consumers came together to discuss these products.
Get an up-close look at how Mary Njenga's briquette formula can produce cheap, clean fuel and a sustainable business for women in Kenya for about two cents each.
The Pennsylvania State University
Porous silicon manufactured in a bottom-up procedure using solar energy can be used to generate hydrogen from water, according to a team of Penn State mechanical engineers, who also see applications for batteries, biosensors and optical electronics... Read More
George Washington University
Solar can be hard to set up for one person alone, but DC residents are involving the whole community in light of falling prices and tax incentives.
Planet Forward, GWU School of Media and Public Affairs
How easy is it to go solar in the nation's capitol?