Community Spotlight: Red Lake Starts Phase One Of Solar Energy Plan

>>YOU WOULD THINK THAT’S A TEAM YOU COULD BEAT.>>AND YOU ARE AT HOME.>>ABSOLUTELY. THANK YOU.>> “RED LAKE” KICKED OFF A BI SOLAR ENERGY PROJECT LAST FRIDAY THAT’S EXPECTED TO BRING A BIG BOOST TO THE RESERVATION’S ECON. SHIRELLE MOORE HAS THE DETAILS.>>I’M GLAD THESE PROJECTS ARE COMING TO A REALITY IS A LONG TIME BECOMING.>>Reporter: […]

3 Ways Trees Can Save the Climate (With Our Help)

Hey smart people, Joe here. Fact: Earth is experiencing climate change on a scale and pace never before seen since our species has been on the planet, and we’re causing it by pumping more heat-trapping carbon into the atmosphere than Earth’s natural systems can take out. Now fixing a problem as massive as climate change […]

Why Is Blue So Rare In Nature?

[PBS Bumper] [OPEN] There are no blue tigers. No blue bats, no blue squirrels, or blue dogs. Even blue whales aren’t that blue. Animals come in pretty much every color, but blue seems to be the rarest. What’s cool, though, is when we do find a blue animal, they’re awesome looking. Nature doesn’t do halfway […]

Will Climate Change Stop If We Stop Emitting Carbon Tomorrow? | Hot Mess 🌎

Imagine that aliens landed and gifted us a clean, limitless energy source. And instead of killing each other over this technology, we decided to immediately transform the world into a carbon-free society. [animation shows closing drilling rigs, oil refineries, and coal and natural gas plants.] This wonderous source would power our homes, industries, cars and […]

History’s Most Powerful Plants

Chances are, if you’ve turned on a lightbulb or a computer, you’ve harnessed the power of some very ancient, and very strange … trees. The vast majority of the electricity produced in human history has come from coal. And like all fossil fuels, coal is made from the remains of extinct organisms that have been […]

Autographed Electric Guitar | Vintage Indianapolis Preview

APPRAISER: I always thought I was the ultimate music fan until I met you today. And here we have this guitar, 150 signatures on this, some of the biggest names in music. Everyone from Johnny Cash to Johnny Winter, and it took you 16 years to accrue these. Let’s flip this over. How did you […]

PBS NewsHour full episode, Jan 30, 2020

JUDY WOODRUFF: Good evening. I’m Judy Woodruff. On the “NewsHour” tonight: JOHN ROBERTS, Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court: The question from Senator Cramer and Young is for the counsel for the president. JUDY WOODRUFF: Questions of impeachment. Senators continue to query both sides, House Democrats and the president’s lawyers, while the greater question […]

Can peer pressure be harnessed to fight climate change?

JUDY WOODRUFF: How people vote in an election certainly can be affected by peers, friends, family and neighbors. That’s also true with some of our economic choices and what we buy. Tonight, economics correspondent Paul Solman explores how those forces could potentially be marshaled for other constructive purposes. It’s part of our regular series, Making […]

BGSU Brain Game 809- Celina vs. Toledo School for the Arts

– [Marc] Next on BGSU Brain Game, it is Celina versus Toledo School for the Arts. We very well may witness a spectacle of synaptic superiority. Only one team can leave victorious, who is it going to be? Only one way to find out. BGSU Brain Game starts right now. (upbeat techno music) And welcome […]

How Do Sharks and Rays Use Electricity to Find Hidden Prey? | Deep Look

We live in a world full of electric fields. Animals, plants — even the earth itself — creates them. But only a handful of creatures can actually sense them. Sharks — also rays and skates… a whole group, animals called elasmobranchs — can actually detect electricity Maybe it’s like feeling the presence of someone hiding […]