Tag Archives: energy

H2Oil documentary

Just came across a short portion of this documentary about the oil sands in Alberta, via the Daily Dish. The full trailer is here: http://h2oildoc.com/home/

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Campuses Beyond Coal seeks talented ad agency

Grist just passed along the first of three advertisements that are part of Sierra’s Campuses Beyond Coal campaign. The theme, apparently, is that coal is dirty even by the standards of slovenly college students. I’m hard pressed to see much … Continue reading

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The Golden Institute: a “counterfactual history”

A video about an imaginary past of energy abundance suggests important questions for how we think about our future energy choices. Continue reading

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Green Family Values on Film

Three films humorously document families that are trying to cut their consumption and become mindful of their planetary impacts. Continue reading

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Steven Chu on The Daily Show

The Secretary of Energy showed he has a good sense of humor, but missed an opportunity to skewer the climate crisis deniers. Continue reading

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