Adam visits a Fuel Cell plant and finds out the technology is here NOW and being put to use! They’re producing fuel cell power plants providing power for whole communities!
Summer Camp?...what a great time! Jordan visits a summer camp at a unique location. It's called Common Ground and you can find it in New Haven, Connecticut. They're teaching and preparing the environmental leaders of the future!
We found a guy in Connecticut who turns used cooking oil into biodiesel to use in vehicles AND to run a power plant! He wanted to do something with the used grease his restaurant was throwing out. Now it's a green business of its own.
At Goodwin Technical High School students are being prepared for green jobs! They're getting valuable experience by constructing a green building from the ground up including solar panels that provide all the electrical power!
There's some very interesting research is taking place at the Department of Energy's Joint Genome Institute. We're talking DNA from thousands of years ago extracted from permafrost!! We get the scoop on the latest studies with implications on climate change!
The manufacture and distribution of new clothing takes a lot of resources and a lot of energy. But there are other ways to be in style while saving money and protecting the planet. Jalena finds one place and gets some real bargains.
It's a day at the farm for a group of fifth-graders! They're participating in the annual Egg Aid at Lundberg Family Farms. Each spring, cover crops get plowed under. But first they bring kids together to scour the fields looking for duck eggs, saving them from destruction!
We showed you how Lundberg Family Farms brings kids together to look for duck eggs in the firlds. What happens to those eggs? They go to Darrold Daly, the Egg Man! He incubates, hatches the duclings, and releases them into the wild. It takes a lot of tender loving care!
We hear the word a lot...sustainability. What does it really mean?
Know the Eco-Lingo. What is Ocean Acidification and what does it have to do with climate change?