1. Coal: A Love Story


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    This is the official trailer for Coal: A Love Story, an interactive film about our complicated relationship with coal. http://coalalovestory.com

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    • Coal & you


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      The average American family burns more than 6,200 pounds of coal a year. How much do you use? Play the interactive: http://coalalovestory.com CREDITS Design and programming by Kristen Long Research by Kristen Long and Jeff Mittelstadt Camera by Caitlyn Greene, Catherine Orr, Mimi Schiffman and Catherine Spangler SOURCES This interactive uses the following sources to estimate coal usage based on location. Electricity prices U.S. Energy Information Administration, Form EIA-826, "Monthly Electric Sales and Revenue Report with State Distributions Report" Energy consumption U.S. Energy Information Administration, Residential Consumption of Electricity by End Use, 2001 Appliance and home electronic energy use U.S. Department of Energy Average American time use U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, American Time Use Survey, 2009 Energy breakdown by eGRID U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, eGRID 2010 Version 1.1

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      • Mesa Interativa da Sala de Visitantes Museu do Amanhã


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        • Innovation for Sustainability - Q & A session


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          Innovation for Sustainability: A NESTA Hot Topics event for Climate Week 23/3/11 A range of questions were taken from the audience and a wide range of topics were discussed and debated by the panelists.

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          • 2011 Blog: The Heist


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            Our two resident pieces of coal, L.L. Coal J. and Coal T. Reign, have escaped from executive producer Laura Ruel's office to join the 2011 Fellows on the road.

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            • Local Flavour


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              The big picture about local food.

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              • March To Savings - Occupancy Sensors


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                Occupancy sensors are an easy and effective way to help conserve energy because they will automatically turn off building lighting during periods of non-use. When set correctly, occupancy sensors can help save lighting energy costs.

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                • Electric Broom Jetpack Man


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                  Watching this, I can't help think that we really are an odd species. And really, isn't it indicative of society's excessive energy use...?

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                  • Face Your Elephant - Sir Peter Soulsby MP interview


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                    Face Your Elephant was privileged to have a new volunteer for Summer Sundae, namely Sir Peter Soulsby, the MP for Leicester South. After an afternoon of talking to festival-goers and calculating his carbon footprint, he found time to talk to us about what he does to mitigate climate change and the role of science and engineering in reducing our emissions.

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                    • Saving Energy: A Call to Action


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                      The WSU Energy Program developed the March to Savings program to encourage Washington State employees to reduce their energy use at work. This video gives a broad overview of legislation and resources related to energy use in state buildings.

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