1. Abengoa: The Future of What's Left Behind


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    An animation shedding light on Abengoa's revolutionary processes of creating renewable energy from crop waste. Client: Abengoa Agency: Ogilvy & Mather Executive Creative Director: Jose Salmeron Producer: Alex Robertson Directed and Produced by: Dress Code Creative Director: Dan Covert and Andre Andreev 
Producer: Tara Rose Stromberg
 Designer: Marcin Zeglinski
 Lead Animator: Josh Parker 
Animators: James Bartley, Christian Haberkern, Josh Parker, Marcin Zeglinski
 Music/Sound: YouTooCanWoo Voiceover: Neal Matarazzo

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    • Home Sweet Home Animation by Anita Sancha


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      Home Sweet Home. Entertaining environmental animation of planet earth being annoyed by human pollution and the resulting climate change chaos. Watch this animated video as planet earth and our population might together overcome the problems of warming global change caused by our behavior. Plasticine clay stop motion animation. “ Home Sweet Home “ won a Current TV's competition 2007 ~ The prize was lunch for Anita Sancha with Al Gore ! http://www.anitasancha.co.uk http://www.peashootmedia.com

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      • Hermann Scheer interview by Maria Gilardin


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        by permission from Maria of TUC Radio.org this remarkable interview is straight off her DVD distribution. Says Maria: "Dr. Hermann Scheer "A large industrialized country already gets 10% of their electricity from renewable sources. And if the present rate of conversion is maintained, this country will have phased out nuclear and fossil fuels within the next 50 years. And this country, Germany, is not even blessed with abundant wind or sun. Germany, for 15 years now, has shown the determinations to move away from centralized to decentralized power, from commercial to non-commercial energy production, and to come up with solutions to climate change, peak oil and the dangers of nuclear power. "At the root of these developments is the German Renewable Energy Act, the EEG. It started as a one page act passed by the German parliament in 1990. It was simple and based on three concepts: Free access to the grid to all producers, the obligation for utilities to purchase, and guaranteed fixed prices for each producer in accordance with their cost of production and state of technology. The lead author of the Renewable Energy Act is Dr. Hermann Scheer, chairman of the World Council for Renewable Energy, now serving his 6th term as elected member of the German Parliament." 2/16/2007

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        • Access Energy // James Morgan // 1080p


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          Two self-contained films in support of access:energy's crowd funded renewable energy project on Remba Island, Lake Victoria, Kenya. Support the campaign here http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/power-up-slum-island

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          • How Many Light Bulbs?


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            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. He debunks some myths about energy saving - unplugging our phone chargers, does not make any appreciable difference. After showing us what won't work - he goes on to show what will make a difference at home, like turning your thermostat down. But, his big point is that this will not be enough - individual efforts are not enough. Instead we need to make 'sweeping national changes' to our energy production, and we can't reject everything available to us. If we are going to follow the advice of climate scientists, and get off fossil fuels by 2050, which currently provide 90% of our energy, Britain's main options are wind power and nuclear power. But to make this huge change in our power supply, Mackay says that we 'have to get building – now'! For more information – go to David Mackay’s website www.withouthotair.com

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            • variation of monthly solar irradiation in Europe


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              http://www.renooble.com brings you this quick animation by Sachin Navalkar, combining data from CMSAF (http://wui.cmsaf.eu) and PVGIS (http://re.jrc.ec.europa.eu/pvgis).

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              • The Natural Ass Sessions - NYC


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                Pedal Power NYC is an organization dedicated to capturing and repurposing human power with bicycles. We provide the bicycles and the crew – you provide the Natural Ass. This is the build up to the weekend of rehearsals in Bushwick, BK. Next stop, June 26th, NYC Celebrates Water Festival, Union Square NYC! Stay Tuned....

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                • No Shame, No Respect.


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                  In the deserts of California, fast-tracked solar projects are proceeding without shame and without respect. BLM (Bureau of Land Management) permitting allowed projects to go ahead on the basis of inadequate EISs (Environmental Impact Statements), in a way that damages the environment and destroys significant Native American cultural resources. This is the final edit program. ©2011, Robert Lundahl & Associates, LLC. Robert Lundahl Film Making.

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                  • A guide to renewable energy


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                    • Ben Thompson Showreel


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                      A glimpse at some of the video productions Ben Thompson has been involved in within the past few years, largely as cameraman and editor. Features clips of short films, music videos, events, conferences and educational videos made during his time at Adam Smith College. Music by Jason Blyth from the 'Dreamer' soundtrack. For full videos of the clips featured plus many others please visit: Ben Thompson Vimeo channel: http://vimeo.com/user1807581 The Adam Smith College channel: http://bit.ly/h9n5ES Full List of Videos Featured: Short Films: Dreamer (2010) - Director, Writer, Editor http://vimeo.com/12171487 Black & White (2008) - Director, Writer, Editor http://vimeo.com/6468910 The Meadow (2007) - Director, Writer, Editor Music Videos: Bear Arms - Towers (2012) - Editor http://bit.ly/sIbe1j Beerjacket Acoustic Session in Glasgow (2009) - Camera Events: Adam Smith Cook-off Competition (2011) - Editor http://bit.ly/HUjx9k Jim Leishman & Eadie Manson Charity Dinner (2011) - Camera, Editor Martha Lane Fox Masterclass Webcast (2011) - Camera, Editor http://bit.ly/HOkPai Chocolate Masterclass (2011) - Camera, Editor http://bit.ly/HhNrXS MP Gordon Brown Visits Future Skills Centre (2010) - Editor http://bit.ly/Hd8A4H Adam Smith Lecture, Kofi Annan (2009) - Editor http://bit.ly/HhF8Mg Educational Videos: Hair Dying Masterclass (2012) - Camera, Editor Careers in Renewables Fife (2011) - Camera, Editor http://bit.ly/HUkb6H Theatre Workshop - Props Session (2011) - Camera, Editor Adam Smith College Virtual Tour (2011) - Camera, Editor http://bit.ly/H9Md2I Adam Smith Electric Car Project (2011) - Camera, Editor http://bit.ly/HN1rt2 Basketball Hand Signals (2010) - Camera, Editor http://bit.ly/HGCsZh Conferences: Learner Conference at Rothes Halls (2012) - Camera, Editor Web Promotion (2011) - Camera, Editor http://bit.ly/HIRqL3

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