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Daily Watch, Clean Energy's Dirty Secret
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produced by The Economist, in Daily Watch (London, England: The Economist, 2017), 2 mins
The road to a future with an unlimited supply of clean energy is a rocky one. Ed Carr, our deputy editor, explains why energy features on the cover of this week's The Economist.
produced by The Economist, in Daily Watch (London, England: The Economist, 2017), 2 mins
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The Spark, Tapping into the Ocean's Energy
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in The Spark (Bloomberg L. P., 2016), 5 mins
April 12 -- The oceans generate enough energy for us to give up coal and gas completely, but no one has been able to harness it effectively. The Triton is a wave harvester that uses a novel design which may be the key to unlocking the power of the ocean.
in The Spark (Bloomberg L. P., 2016), 5 mins
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The Future of Energy
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directed by Brett Mazurek, fl. 2007-2015; produced by Missy Lahren, fl. 2013 and Maximilian DeArmon, fl. 2013, Logosphere Media Production (San Francisco, CA: The Video Project, 2014), 1 hour 5 mins
The Future of Energy journeys across America to shine a light on the communities and individuals who are at the forefront of the clean energy revolution taking practical steps to transition from fossil fuels to renewable power. Solar wind and water could power the planet by the year 2050 according to experts in th...
directed by Brett Mazurek, fl. 2007-2015; produced by Missy Lahren, fl. 2013 and Maximilian DeArmon, fl. 2013, Logosphere Media Production (San Francisco, CA: The Video Project, 2014), 1 hour 5 mins
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Green Economy, Solar Revisited
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directed by Tim Van Blaricom, fl. 2014; presented by Andrew Mallory, fl. 2000 and Don McCoy, fl. 2014; produced by Tim Van Blaricom, fl. 2014, Film Ideas, in Green Economy (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2014), 22 mins
Previously we looked at the different types of solar and where the technology and trends are taking us. Now we will look at how solar is much more widely accepted and used. In Coos Bay, Oregon nearly every new public structure has solar integrated into its construction. The efficiency of the modern panel is impres...
directed by Tim Van Blaricom, fl. 2014; presented by Andrew Mallory, fl. 2000 and Don McCoy, fl. 2014; produced by Tim Van Blaricom, fl. 2014, Film Ideas, in Green Economy (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2014), 22 mins
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Living Green, Living Green, Episode 143
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produced by Switch International, in Living Green (Victoria (Australia): Switch International, 2013), 1 min
A solar power plant in Australia has won an Engineers Australia Award for its pioneering efforts. For the past two decades, solar dishes powered the town of White Cliffs. The power generated was enough to supply 30 homes, the local store, the post office, and the hospital.
produced by Switch International, in Living Green (Victoria (Australia): Switch International, 2013), 1 min
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Tech Tools, 2, Farming & Agriculture
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directed by Marilyn Higgins, fl. 2012, in Tech Tools, 2 (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2012), 24 mins
Back-breaking labor is a thing of the past. Aided by technological advancements, the farming and agricultural industries have progressed by leaps and bounds and use the latest ideas to ensure more yields and safer systems. From turning waste into biogas and tackling the diverse world of genetically modified crops,...
directed by Marilyn Higgins, fl. 2012, in Tech Tools, 2 (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2012), 24 mins
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Drying For Freedom
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directed by Steven Lake, fl. 2008-2012; produced by Adam Merrifield, fl. 2002-2016, White Lantern Film (San Francisco, CA: The Video Project, 2011), 52 mins
Drying For Freedom travels from America’s clothesline-free yards to India’s open-air laundromats to explore how the electric dream was marketed, without regard for its environmental and other impacts. In post-war America, the push to “Live Better Electrically”, with Ronald Reagan as spokesman, was symbol...
directed by Steven Lake, fl. 2008-2012; produced by Adam Merrifield, fl. 2002-2016, White Lantern Film (San Francisco, CA: The Video Project, 2011), 52 mins
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Sustainable Futures, 1, The Water Issues
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directed by Marilyn Higgins, fl. 2012, in Sustainable Futures, 1 (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2011), 25 mins
While some regions of the world enjoy an abundance of water, one billion people live in areas struggling with drought and drinking water contamination. By 2025, two-thirds of the world’s population is expected to face a water shortage. This episode profiles water purification and conservation projects throughout...
directed by Marilyn Higgins, fl. 2012, in Sustainable Futures, 1 (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2011), 25 mins
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Deep Green Animations, GreenGraphics
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directed by Randall D. Wakerlin, fl. 2000 and Jeffrey Bost, fl. 1992; produced by Matthew Briggs, fl. 1981, in Deep Green Animations (Mill Valley, CA: Green Planet Films, 2010), 7 mins
GREENGRAPHICS: 8 vignettes by Pascal Campion illustrating tips for reducing one’s carbon footprint.
directed by Randall D. Wakerlin, fl. 2000 and Jeffrey Bost, fl. 1992; produced by Matthew Briggs, fl. 1981, in Deep Green Animations (Mill Valley, CA: Green Planet Films, 2010), 7 mins
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Green Economy, Solar Energy
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directed by Tim Van Blaricom, fl. 2014; presented by Andrew Mallory, fl. 2000 and Don McCoy, fl. 2014; produced by Tim Van Blaricom, fl. 2014, Film Ideas, in Green Economy (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2014), 20 mins
Stores like Real Goods in Humboldt County California carry everything you can think of solar including…yes you guessed it…solar toilets! We will look at the differences in the technology and how this endless energy source is being used. The future really is bright!
directed by Tim Van Blaricom, fl. 2014; presented by Andrew Mallory, fl. 2000 and Don McCoy, fl. 2014; produced by Tim Van Blaricom, fl. 2014, Film Ideas, in Green Economy (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2014), 20 mins
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