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Planet Forward
Planet Forward is kicking off our conversation on energy efficiency. View what others are doing to change how we use or generate energy and then submit your own innovation.
Planet Forward
Produced by students from Middlebury College, this creative piece shows us what could happen if we don’t find an energy solution.
Planet Forward
At what point does the debate on climate change policy get so watered down that it becomes detrimental to progress? Environmental leaders Dr. Daniel Lashof (Natural Resources Defense Council), James Connaughton (Constellation Energy), Dr. Ana Unruh... Read More
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In light of President Obama's Oval Office address about the oil spill in the Gulf and the spills' 60 day anniversary, Planet Forward asks people around DC how they are feeling about, and reacting to, the environmental crisis.
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President Obama addressed the nation last night about the Gulf Oil spill, the government’s cleanup efforts and the path to move forward. But it was about more than just the oil, it was a call to arms. Obama took the opportunity to challenge the... Read More
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Planet Forward host Frank Sesno talks with Commissioner Mark Spitzer, of the Federal Energy and Regulatory Commission about how the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico may finally lead to commercialization of plug-in hybrids.
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If you want people to use less of something, charge them more for it. That's the theory behind a new experiment in D.C. which places a $.05 tax on any bags used for groceries or carry-out food. Planet Forward host Frank Sesno, introduces a video... Read More
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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
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George Washington University students, Ryder Haske and Elizabeth Cherneff, talked to American Petroleum Institute’s Rayola Dougher just days before BP's Deepwater oil spill. Hear what she says about the risks and what activists and other experts... Read More
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Planet Forward host, Frank Sesno, interviews Miles Grant, of the National Wildlife Federation, on the economic and environmental impacts he witnessed on his recent trip to visit the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

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