TV Segments

Planet Forward produces segments for Bloomberg TV’s “Bloomberg West” TV show. Our pieces focus on energy, food and climate-related innovations and inventions from the Planet Forward community.

Catch the segments live, Mondays at 6:30 EST

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Peek into the solar powered house designs from Middlebury College in Vermont and University of Maryland. It's all for the Solar Decathlon competition sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy. WATCH!
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When Greensburg, Kansas was devastated by a tornado in 2007 the residents took it as an opportunity to rebuild as an environmentally friendly town. Watch our latest piece from PBS' Nightly Business Report. WATCH!
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Ecovative Design is developing packaging material that is affordable and biodegradable. The secret: fungi and agricultural waste. In this month's Nightly Business Report segment we visit Ecovative's lab and get up close and personal with the new... Read More
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Social networks have the power to link cultures across continents. See how energy demand response companies, such as Enernoc, wired their networks to fend off this summer's heat waves, which scorched communities from New York to Texas.WATCH!
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It's the moment you've been waiting for! Hundreds of submissions, thousands of votes, and now TWO Planet Forward Innovators of the Year! See Planet Forward host Frank Sesno, announce the winners on Nightly Business Report!WATCH!
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Sapphire Energy is a company with quite a dream: to make algae-based fuel ready for commercial production by next year. There's a lot of advantages to algae-based fuels. It's carbon neutral, it uses salt water to grow, it doesn't compete with food... Read More
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Can researchers find an easy button that will get Americans to save energy? Some experts say we waste 40% of our energy in our homes. Could this be the gigantic energy reserve, hidden right under our doorsteps, that we need? WATCH!
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It's a chicken and egg problem: no place to charge, no reason to buy electric cars; no electric cars, no reason to build places to charge...one Planet Forward member shares an innovation that could change that.
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How many windows are in the Empire State Building? Watch our Nightly Business Report segment to find out and learn about the building's innovation retrofit.
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Last month we test drove Nissan's Leaf...this month, we show you one way you may be able to afford solar panels with zero upfront costs. Check out our piece on PBS's Nightly Business Report and let us know what you think of Planet Forward member... Read More

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