Too late to stop Climate Change?

I get asked one particular question about climate change all the time. “So, are we already too late to stop climate change?” The short answer is that it’s never too late to take action on climate change. And the long answer is… well the rest of this video. You see I get where this question […]

Sundance Retrofit – Renewable

– [Narrator] This is Sundance, a community of 78 homes and 150 people. And Jean, Sandy and Stuart believe this type of community is the future of sustainable housing. 80% of the buildings that will be standing by 2050 are already standing today, and with 40% of emissions come from powering buildings we need a […]

Moon: Industrial Complex

This episode is sponsored by Brilliant. The Moon has beckoned to humanity throughout history, and it will soon be our ladder, extending our reach further into the cosmos. Today we’ll be looking at the Moon, and how it might in the century to come serve as a vital manufacturing and fuel refining depot and stepping […]

How solar saves sea turtles and the future of fishing: Jesse Senko: Arizona State University (ASU)

– I never would imagine how many different groups of people would be involved, saving sea turtles. (peaceful music) – People love sea turtles. And I don’t know why people love sea turtles, but they’re an important thing to many, many people and it’s not just around the coast. You can go anywhere in this […]

Living on a Generation Ship | Unveiled

Living on a Generation Ship Despite being among the fastest objects ever built by humanity, space shuttles are slow. They’re not nearly powerful enough to truly explore the universe, or even the solar system. The harsh reality is that we may never be able to build the machines needed to practically send people to explore […]

Genetic Engineering Will Change Everything Forever – CRISPR

magine you were alive back in the 1980’s, and were told that computers would soon take over everything: from shopping, to dating, and the stock market, that billions of people would be connected via a kind of web, that you would own a handheld device, orders of magnitudes more powerful than supercomputers. It would seem […]

This Texan cattle rancher is turning to wind power | Pioneers For Our Planet

Somebody asked me ‘what does a wind generator sound like?’ and I said, ‘It sounds like money to me’. I’m a conservative Republican and… I absolutely love the environment I love renewable energy. Texas is still the wild west of wind. You can come out here as an entrepreneur or big company stake out a […]

SolarPACES 2020

The U.S. Department of Energy is honored to announce that we will serve as host for SolarPACES 2020 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Albuquerque is home to the DOE’s Sandia National Laboratories, the site of the world’s first research facility for concentrating solar tower technology. This site has been operating for more than 40 years and […]

Introducing the FreshBox – an innovative cooler from BSH which works without electricity

Africa, more than 1.2 Billion people live here but over half of them don’t have access to electricity. This, and extensive heat, make food storage a huge challenge. But where there’s big challenges there’s also big opportunities. People in Africa often have to walk long distances to purchase groceries, so therefore they have either the […]

The Future of Water

What we think of as normal and what we planned for as normal and the infrastructure that we built to deal with normal isn’t normal anymore. Normal is gone. New water restrictions have been imposed in Cape Town, South Africa. In India, rising temperatures threaten to make a severe water crisis there even worse. The […]