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  • A Visionary Farmer Sees Greenhouses Everywhere, From Rivers To Rooftops To Skyscrapers | Co.Exist: World changing ideas and innovation
    Ted Caplow is a pro at finding opportunity in unlikely places. Where one person might see an over-crowded school, he sees a big flat roof with endless possibilities. Or where another might see one of the most polluted rivers in the country, he figures, “Why not build a floating greenhouse on it?” Tags: farmer rivers world changing ideas ...
  • Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building
    Welcome to Inhabitat, your online guide to the best green design ideas, innovations and inspiration to build a cleaner, brighter, and better future. Tags: design architecture green environment sustainability culture
  • HOME - YouTube
    We are living in exceptional times. Scientists tell us that we have 10 years to change the way we live, avert the depletion of natural resources and the catastrophic evolution of the Earth's climate. The stakes are high for us and our children. Everyone should take part in the effort, and HOME has been conceived to take a message of mobilization out to every human being. For this purpose, HOME needs to be free. A patron, the PPR Group, made this possible. EuropaCorp, the distributor, also p...
  • Satellite Photographs Showing the Rapid Spread of Humans Across the Earth
    Satellite Photographs Showing the Rapid Spread of Humans Across the Earth Tags: satellite photographs humans urbanization sustainability
  • Growing Food Demand Strains Energy, Water Supplies
    Rising Thirst for Energy on Farms Tags: food energy water supplies sustainability NatGeo
  • San Francisco Archipelago « Burrito Justice
    March 20th, 2072 (AP), Northern California Association of City States: With the surprising acceleration of sea level rise due to the melting of both the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets over the past decade, the San Francisco canal system was officially abandoned this week. Additional ferry service has been announced between the new major islands of the San Franciscan Archipelago while the boring machines make progress under the Van Ness Passage and Richmond Pass for new transit tunnels. ...
  • Wake Up, Freak Out - then Get a Grip on Vimeo
    A short animated film about the feedback loops likely to lead to catastrophic climate change, by Leo Murray. The script, with extensive peer-reviewed references and additional information and links, is available at along with links to translations in more than twenty foreign languages. Some of these are also available in the Subs and Dubs album. Tags: vimeo globalwarming tipping-point ...
  • How Many Light Bulbs? on Vimeo
    Cambridge University physicist, David Mackay, in a passionate, personal analysis of the energy crisis in the UK, in which he comes to some surprising conclusions about the way forward. The film is based on his new book 'Sustainable Energy – without the hot air', in which Prof Mackay has calculated the numbers involved for the alternatives to fossil fuels like coal, gas and oil. Tags: energy wind nucl...
  • NO TRASH NYC 2030 on Vimeo
    The IDEO New York team believes in "a NYC without trash." Their cinematic piece, the latest addition to IDEO's climate change portfolio, targets waste as an area of exploration. They say, "When most people consider the environmental impact of trash, steamy landfills or smoky incinerators come to mind. The reality is that these are merely endpoints of a much larger system. Are you willing to align your behaviors with a system that's willing to support a no-waste future?" Tags: ...
  • Sustainability at IDEO: A First Look Through the Lens on Vimeo
    Sustainability at IDEO: A First Look Through the Lens Tags: sustainability vimeo
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  • The North Face Journey To Sustainability on Vimeo
    An adventure to Taiwan to some of the largest factories on the planet, to help The North Face tell their sustainability story for the first time to the general public. I think I worked harder on this project than anything else in 2011, the road to sustainability is certainly complicated and hard to communicate. After working with TNF on an athlete level for the last 6 years it was an honor to go deep behind the scenes and learn about these important initiatives in this way. Tags: ...
  • Lexicon of Sustainability: Local on Vimeo
    Lexicon of Sustainability: Local What is a "Locavour"? Tags: lexicon sustainability local vimeo
  • Lexicon of Sustainability: This is the Story of An Egg on Vimeo
    Lexicon of egg raising Tags: lexicon sustainability egg vimeo
  • Introducing ... The Lexicon of Sustainability on Vimeo
    Joel Salatin, Will Allen, Wes Jackson, Richard Heinberg, Alice Waters, Michael Abelman and many others explain the principles behind the lexicon of sustainability. Tags: lexicon sustainability vimeo
  • The Buckminster Fuller Challenge on Vimeo
    “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” - Buckminster Fuller Tags: Fuller design
  • Copenhagen - City of Cyclists on Vimeo
    This is a video showing Copenhagens unique bicycle culture as it looks in the beginning of the early 21st century. Tags: copenhagen transport city energy bicycle
  • New York Farm City on Vimeo
    video about urban farming in New York City Tags: new york farm city vimeo
  • Bay Area cities using coworking to cut carbon, boost growth — Online Collaboration
    We, as government entities, must lead by example in the area of sustainable economic development policies and practices. Commercial real estate accounts for 55 percent of our carbon footprint, and when mobile workers can leverage spaces nearby, we can optimize that building use and shorten commutes. Tags: cities coworking carbon collaboration
  • The Great Energy Challenge -- National Geographic
    The Great Energy Challenge is a National Geographic feature that offers some nice interactive posters for evaluating personal and global energy consumption. Global Electricity Outlook is an interactive display of electricity consumption across the globe. You can view the global picture or click on the map to view regional consumption. The display shows the means of electricity production globally and regionally. To see how shifting production sources would impact the world or a region use the...

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