Renewable Energy

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

In this week's NWF Climate Capsule, how global warming could lead to stronger poison ivy, another landmark event now planned for the week of Earth Day & talking drilling with Dirty the Global Warming Denier Sock Puppet.
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.
In this week's video NWF Climate Capsule: More confirmation the 2000s were the hottest decade on record, what's next for vehicle carbon pollution regulations, the Earth Day Revolution is ramping up & down on the farm with Dirty the Global... Read More
Planet Forward
This town in Oregon began using geothermal energy nearly two decades ago because "it just made sense." Even though the technology is still expensive, towns are able to supplement their energy use and save money. They serve as an example of how... Read More
Hello! My name is Chloe Maxmin from the Climate Action Club. We are a student-run at Lincoln Academy in Maine. We have galvanized a green movement in our school and community by providing opportunities for direct action in the fight against global... Read More
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If Jack Bauer started an NGO devoted to climate change, it would probably be called the Carbon War Room (CWR). The organization (mentioned by CWR member Jack Hidary in his Planet Forward interview) takes an unusually hawkish approach to the... Read More
* All Videos * My Videos * My Favorites * Add Videos This video is awaiting approval. Ryder Haske Making Energy out of Garbage * Added by Ryder Haske on March 5, 2010 at 6:43pm * View Videos Covanta Energy is a multi-national waste-to-energy company... Read More
Planet Forward
We feature a piece produced out of Roger Williams University showing how Portsmouth, RI is trying to reduce its carbon footprint (and municipal expenses) through an investment in wind energy.
Planet Forward
Planet Forward host, Frank Sesno, introduces a piece produced out of Roger Williams University showing how Portsmouth, RI is trying to reduce its carbon footprint (and municipal expenses) through an investment in wind energy.

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