Power to the Planet – Full Video



How can we best power the planet?

We need energy for many things, including lighting, cooking, transportation, heating & cooling… But which energy source is the best? What are the trade-offs of each?

Pollution needs to be considered, as well as availability. What else should we factor in as we decide what’s best? Is there even such as a thing as “the one best source?”

Travel the globe with scholar Johan Norberg, from Morocco to Sweden and throughout the United States, as he explores the pros & cons of the eight main energy sources available to us: coal, oil, natural gas, nuclear, hydro, biomass, wind, and {solar lights}.

Power to the Planet covers numerous educational standards across several subject areas including Science and Social Studies for Grades 4-12. To learn more about this educational program, and which standards it covers specific to your grade, subject area, and which standards your district is using, visit our educational program summary section for this video here:

Subject Areas:
■ Economics
■ Mathematics
■ Science & Technology

Topics:
■ Biomass
■ Energy
■ Environment
■ Fossil Fuels
■ Hydro-power
■ Nuclear
{solar lights}
■ Wind

★ As Seen on Public Television!

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