Solar

Sunlight is the most abundant energy source known to man: it powers solar cells, warms the air and is the essential energy for photosynthesis. PF Members offer innovative plans to utilize this valuable resource.

Planet Forward
from the National Renewable Energy Lab
Planet Forward
From New York City Transit
Planet Forward
From Host Frank Sesno at the National Renewable Energy Lab
Planet Forward
From former Mayor of Miami Manny Diaz talks about how critical cities are to global sustainability
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From Randy Gee of SkyFuel
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from UC-Berkley Professor Dan Kammen
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From Steve Robbins of the National Renewable Energy Lab
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David Mooney from the National Renewable Energy Lab talks about energy security
Planet Forward
Part 1 of a 3 part seriesSee Part 2: Van Jones on What Individuals Can Do to Increase EfficiencySee Part 3: Van Jones on Obama's Fuel Efficiency Standards
Future carbon emissions will not come primarily from the currently industrialized world, but from the emerging economies, especially China. Future Green House Gas emissions from the developing economies in Asia will totally swamp reductions achieved... Read More

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