In this collection of presentations, interviews, and resources we consider the management of the resources that are necessary for modern life. We examine our resources in terms of the issues that we must resolve and the innovations that are being introduced from many areas of science and technology.
A co-author of the new book from the Union of Concerned Scientists describes how individuals can substantially reduce their carbon footprints while creating a healthy lifestyle...
Conversion to wind and solar power is possible now in the U.S.
A panel of experts presents the known scientific, health and environmental facts about fracking
The great potential of ordinary plants in the development of "green" batteries
Desalination offers a solution to the water shortage problem...
The cooling systems of power plants use an enormous percentage of our diminishing freshwater supply. What's the solution?
Why public acceptance of wind power can differ from one community to another
What we can do to speed up the transition to renewable energy, despite Big Oil's well funded resistance
Materials scientist Javier Fernandez discusses the "plastisphere" crisis and how it motivated the development of biodegradable "shrilk."
How university educational outreach programs encourage high school students' interest in science
Efficient production of solar energy with solar thermo-electric generators (STEGs)...
A nanotech innovation to improve solar energy...
An award-winning MIT lab engineers practical necessities for impoverished nations
The award-winning D-Lab's unique approach to improving lives in the poorest nations
An author-activist urges public engagement to ensure the transition to renewable energy
Irrefutable evidence for why we should --and can-- transition to renewable energy without delay