G Word: Construction Recycling
Ever wonder where all the debris goes from construction sites? Find out when Waste Sleuth, Todd Sutton visits a San Francisco dump on Planet Green's "G Word."
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Really Big Things: America's Landfills
Americans produce around 82,000 football fields full of trash. Much of it ends up in landfills. On Discovery Channel's series "Really Big Things," learn how landfills are layered with dirt and plastic, so the trash doesn't contaminate the earth..
How Water Works
There are over 300 million trillion gallons of water on earth. To learn more about water and it's amazing properties, check out this HowStuffWorks video.
Green Gadgets: THE KILL A WATT
There are electric vampires in your home that feed off your power. Learn how the Kill A Watt can stop the bleeding in this video from the Discovery Channel.
A biologist works on growing biofuel from plants to power vehicles. Check out this clip from the Science Channel's "Ecopolis" series to learn more.
100 Greatest Discoveries: Earth's Magnetic Field
Bernard Brunhes' study of volvanic eruptions led to the discovery of the Earth's magnetic field reversal. Learn more about Brunhes' findings on the Science Channel's "100 Greatest Discoveries."
100 Greatest Discoveries: Geological Change
On the Science Channel's "100 Greatest Discoveries," watch as Bill Nye examines Charles Lyell's study of rock formations and how they revealed that the process of geological change was slowly developed over time.
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Dirty Jobs: Chip Off the Block
Mike Rowe learns firsthand how grueling it is to cut out even a 5-inch-deep section -- featuring ancient bird tracks -- from a 4-ton boulder.
How PlantBottle packaging is Made
The new DASANI package featuring PlantBottle technology isn't your typical petroleum-based PET bottle. Up to 30% of the bottle's ingredients come from plants, and the bottle itself is 100% recyclable, just like an ordinary plastic bottle.
Is the world running out of oil?
Modern civilization depends on energy from fossil fuels. But in a world of increasing consumption and decreasing resources, how long will fossil fuel supplies last? Tune in and learn more about the debate over peak oil in this podcast.
World's Greenest Homes: The Grass Roof Bungalow
Outside of Minneapolis, sits a former 1940's bungalow like you have never seen. The deck is made from recycled milk jugs, there's grass on the roof and different types of solar panels saves this family around $800 a year on the electric bill.
World's Greenest Homes: Chicago House
A Chicago couple transforms a 3000 square foot warehouse into an eco chic, luxurious home. Watch this video from Planet Green's "World's Greenest Homes."
G Word: Tidal Power
Tech blogger Hank Green discusses how tides could possibly be used as an alternative energy source in this clip from Planet Green's "G Word."