Renewable Energy

We're going to run out of any kind of fossil fuels, so we need to move on to a renewable source.

Planet Forward
Most everyone has heard of ethanol from corn, but what about ethanol from trees? That's what Colorado-based ZeaChem, Inc. are planning to do with a new plant opening in Boardman, Oregon. The plant, which will produce 250,000 gallons of ethyl acetate... Read More
The U.S. EPA estimates the U.S. generates 7.7 million tons of sewage sludge and 1 billion tons of animal manure per year. The market shift away from land filling, land application and tightening regulations on nutrient management, surface and... Read More
Planet Forward
At our April 20 event, Planet Forward host, Frank Sesno, screened a video for the audience and our panel, and then we asked our panel what they thought of the ideas brought forward in the video. See the video and then watch their response...which... Read More
A :30 spec spot advocating the use of GREEN energy. Written and produced by T.H. "Stone" Lyons.
A :60 spec spot advocating the use of solar power created by T.H. "Stone" Lyons. Music by: Lisa Forseth
A little knowledge in your cup about the Solar Power Tower in Seville, Spain. Works Cited: Shukman, David. "Power station harnesses Sun's rays."British Broadcasting Corporation 02 May 2007: n. pag. Web. 1 May 2010.
Planet Forward
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar just announced his decision to approve the construction of Cape Wind, the long disputed wind farm off Nantucket. It will be the Nation's first off-shore wind farm. Below is the statement of Rep. Markey, chair of the... Read More
In this week's NWF Climate Capsule, a record-breaking March, a new push for Senate climate action, Earth Day's 40th anniversary & Dirty faces down the "Green Goon Squad."
Planet Forward
Cedar Grove Composting, a company in Seattle, has announced a plan to generate energy from methane they plan produce when composting yard and food waste. This methane will come in the form of an anaerobic digester, which they plan to have operating... Read More

Pages