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The Race is On: Secrets and Solutions of Climate

This film shows you the central shocking secrets about the global climate crisis - but also solutions we already... This film shows you the central shocking secrets about the global climate crisis - but also solutions we already have to avoid disaster. Everyone wants a better, brighter future, and through smart storytelling, this film opens up the climate emergency for all to take effective actions. Producers Paul Maple and Dr. James Dyke have brought together world leading experts and change makers from across the UK to explain simply this epic story and inspire hope. From climate facts and basic assumptions, to upgrading our political and economics systems, and enhancing our cities and communities. The Race is On offers understanding, ideas and motivation - be part of it. More
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A Hope of Many Years - Social Security

Discover the history of “social insurance” from ancient times until now, and see how our U.S. Social Security... Discover the history of “social insurance” from ancient times until now, and see how our U.S. Social Security program came to be. More
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The Midwest’s Catastrophic Flooding Could Become the New Normal

March’s bomb cyclone triggered catastrophic flooding along the Missouri and Mississippi rivers, after hurricane-like... March’s bomb cyclone triggered catastrophic flooding along the Missouri and Mississippi rivers, after hurricane-like winds and blizzards tore through the Midwest. It was reminder that coastal cities are not the only regions feeling the impact of climate change. Jim Angel, Illinois’ former state climatologist, tells Soledad O’Brien this kind of flooding could become the new normal. More
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How Earth Would Look If All The Ice Melted

We learned last year that many of the effects of climate change are irreversible. Sea levels have been rising at a... We learned last year that many of the effects of climate change are irreversible. Sea levels have been rising at a greater rate year after year, and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change estimates they could rise by another meter or more by the end of this century. More
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Harrison Ford | 2018 Global Climate Action Summit

"We know that we only have the possibility of avoiding a looming climate catastrophe if people like us refuse to... "We know that we only have the possibility of avoiding a looming climate catastrophe if people like us refuse to give up." – Harrison Ford, Conservation International Vice Chair at the 2018 Global Climate Action Summit More
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The U.S. Navy's base in Norfolk, Virginia, is under threat from rising seas

An Immediate Threat: Naval Station Norfolk — home to America’s Atlantic Fleet — is under threat by rising seas and... An Immediate Threat: Naval Station Norfolk — home to America’s Atlantic Fleet — is under threat by rising seas and sinking land, but little is being done to hold back the tides. More
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Why we're heading for a 'climate catastrophe

Scientists say the world is completely off track.
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2019 Forecast: Economic Impact of Climate Change

Andy Hoffman, professor of management and organizations at the Ross School of Business and professor of environment... Andy Hoffman, professor of management and organizations at the Ross School of Business and professor of environment and sustainability at the School for Environment and Sustainability, studies the relationship between environmental issues and organizations. More
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Louisiana is facing problems due to climate change and rising sea levels

Republican Rep. Garret Graves of Louisiana is working with Democrats on the House Select Committee on Climate Change... Republican Rep. Garret Graves of Louisiana is working with Democrats on the House Select Committee on Climate Change and has called the Green New Deal a "brainstorming exercise." He says Democrats and Republicans need to be able to discuss climate change in a bipartisan fashion. Graves joins CBSN to discuss. More
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22 Amazing Inventions That Help Saving Our Planet

Every 2 hours, we throw away enough trash to fill up the largest container ship in the world. Thankfully, people are... Every 2 hours, we throw away enough trash to fill up the largest container ship in the world. Thankfully, people are now setting all kinds of eco-friendly trends, and companies are coming up with green technologies that let consumers live a low-waste yet equally comfortable lifestyle. Here are some of the best examples! More
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Ten Things We Wish We'd Known Before We Went Off Grid

This one is lighthearted and encouraging. It's also true. But it's lighthearted and encouraging
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The battery that could make mass solar and wind power viable

Renewables are growing, but even if they could some day replace fossil fuels, there's a problem: that energy needs... Renewables are growing, but even if they could some day replace fossil fuels, there's a problem: that energy needs to be stored. Currently battery tech isn't up to the task, but the solution to one of the world's most pressing problems might just be sitting in Marlborough Massachusetts. More
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Reimagining Solar Energy

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New 'printed solar' tech poised to change everything

With Australia’s energy crisis dominating news headlines, a powerful new industry–research collaboration is... With Australia’s energy crisis dominating news headlines, a powerful new industry–research collaboration is signalling the emergence of a new renewable energy market - organic printed solar. More
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Amazing Solar Inventions

8 Amazing Solar Inventions You Must See
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California's Renewable Energy Problem

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New energy innovations to make the future brighter

1. An Australian company has been working on a system that uses underwater buoys to convert sea waves into... 1. An Australian company has been working on a system that uses underwater buoys to convert sea waves into zero-emission energy and desalinated water. 2. Scientists in China are producing solar panels that can produce energy from the last source you’d expect — rainwater 3. A Japanese engineer has designed a new type of wind turbine that he believes would be able to harness power from typhoons. 4. Researchers at Binghamton University have come up with an interesting way to harness energy, using a resource we have far too much of — bacteria. 5. US scientists have developed a bionic leaf that can convert solar energy into liquid fuel. More
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5 New Green Energy Gadget Inventions

Here are The 5 New Inventions You NEED To See
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An Uncommon Man

Henry A. Wallace was a brilliant farmer, scientist, writer and public servant whose views on race, poverty and peace... Henry A. Wallace was a brilliant farmer, scientist, writer and public servant whose views on race, poverty and peace put him far ahead of his time. Born into a family of prominent Iowa farmers, Henry Wallace founded the world s first hybrid seed company, Pioneer, that catalyzed a Green Revolution in agriculture. Wallace also served as Agriculture Secretary and Vice President under President Franklin D. Roosevelt during some of the most difficult times in American history: the Great Depression and World War II. Few people know that Wallace was the overwhelming choice of delegates to the 1944 Democratic National Convention to once again be Vice President. But party bosses, encouraged by Southern conservatives, made sure that didn t happen. Directed by Joan D. Murray. Produced by Sandy Cannon-Brown. More
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Self-sustaining homes for a post-apocalyptic land

On the desert mesa of New Mexico, miles from the nearest town of Taos (pop. 5,700), Star-Wars-like shelters rise... On the desert mesa of New Mexico, miles from the nearest town of Taos (pop. 5,700), Star-Wars-like shelters rise from the earth, half-buried and covered in adobe. Called “Earthships” - brainchild of architect Mike Reynolds in the 1970s- they’re nearly completely self-sufficient homes: no electrical grid, no water lines, no sewer. The Greater World Earthship Community, about 70 passive solar homes built from earth and trash on 633 acres, had a rough start; they were shut down as an illegal subdivision in 1997 and it took them 7 years to come to compliance. Though today, the county fully cooperates with Reynolds and his Earthship Biotecture operation to turn trash (tires, cans, glass bottles) into shelters and has even given them 2 acres to experiment with housing in anyway they like (they also provide their recycling). More
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