News & Politics
A 40-percent population increase by 2050 means the demand for water used in growing crops and feeding livestock will increase dramatically too. How can we be sure fresh water for food will be available? That and other issues were part of World Water Week which recently wrapped up in Stockholm. Peter McCornick's the Executive Director of the Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute at the University of Nebraska.
Heroic Food helps men and women returning from military service who can face unemployment, social dislocation, a loss of a sense of purpose and lowered self esteem by preparing them for careers in sustainable farming, agricultural trades, and food entrepreneurship. Heroic Food director Leora Barish is our guest.
Tom Appel of Consumer Guide Automotive has a road test of the Jeep Compass fuel-saving SUV.
Biomimicry innovations/Green automotive news
Solar desalination/Turning waste water into revenue
Archi's acres/Renewable energy battery at Western Mich. Univ.
Cows belching carbon emissions/Climate change putting the Internet in jeopardy
Denton, Texas going 100% renewable/Plastic waste into usable energy
Lush shampoo bars go viral/Coal-fired plants and fertility rates
Plastic waste paving roads/Minnesota Experimental City
Four-door sedans going away/Coal economics helps sustainability
Museum of Water/Alternative energy and health
Food waste solutions/Insects as sustainable animal feed
Carbon XPRIZE finalists/Liability and autonomous cars
Earth Day 2018/Plastic in plastic water bottles
Monarch butterflies in jeopardy/Cities going solar
Green tech. expert Michael Kanellos/Chicago Auto Show
Solar tariff and U.S. jobs/Detroit Auto Show
South Africa tap water crisis/Autonomous trucks
Rob Trice of The Mixing Bowl/Maple Syrup in jeopardy
Saving polar bears/Environmental Law & Policy Center
Saving National Monuments/Replacing pipes with plants in drainage systems
2017 - the year in green cars/Climate Engine
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