Earth: Yellow Taxi Cabs Go Green
In this video, Kasey-Dee Gardner rides along to find out how hybrid taxi cabs are changing the roadways. Check out this clip to learn more about the new wave of taxi cabs hitting the roads.
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G Word: Magnetic Power
See how magnets are used to generate power in this video from Planet Green's "G Word" series.
Invention Nation: Thermal Acoustics
The Invention Nation Team checks out a system to transform sound waves into refrigeration. Watch this video from the Science Channel's "Invention Nation."
G Word: The Smart Sponge
David Newsom heads to Long Beach to see how the Smart Sponge is keeping pollution out of the water in this video from Planet Green's "G-Word" series.
G Word: Gotta be the Tubercles
In their quest to increase the efficiency of wind turbines, researchers incorporate the shape of the hump backed whale's tubercles in their turbine design. Check out this clip from Planet Green's "G Word" to learn more about wind turbines.
G Word: Styrofoam Recycling
Waste Sleuth, Todd Sutton gets to the bottom of Styrofoam recycling. Learn more about the process on Planet Green's "G Word."
G Word: Electric Bike
Watch as correspondent David Newsom puts the electric bike to the test in this video from Planet Green's "G-Word" series.
World's Greenest Homes: Urban Wind Turbine
Watch this video to discover how the first urban wind turbine works -- and what the neighbors think about living in its shadow. Be sure to check out the rest of Planet Green's "World's Greenest Homes" series for more information on sustainable living.
Dirty Jobs: Pots Made From Poo
Join "Dirty Jobs" host Mike Rowe as he learns how cow manure is converted into eco-friendly pots. Check out this clip to see the manufacturing process.
G Word: Keep It Green Bees
The Keep it Green Girls learn straight from the honeycomb why bees are great for the environment in this video from Planet Green's "G-Word" series.
Strongest Glue That Nature Offers
A lively, informal look at the amazing "super glue" produced by aquatic bacteria, discovered by scientists at Brown University and Indiana University in Bloomington. Credit: National Science Foundation; Yves V. Brun, Indiana University
Dirty Jobs: The San Francisco Dump
At the San Francisco dump, food is separated from waste material and used in an eco-friendly power plant. However, as "Dirty Jobs" host Mike Rowe is about to learn, this process still requires a human touch.
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