Other Fun Stuff
Game to Be Green is a renewable energy strategy game where players seek to become the renewable the energy moguls of the future. Players buy and manage business assets to replace the Main City’s coal-fired power generation with renewable energy and energy efficiency. The winner is the player with the most income-producing assets (measured in “Energy Tokens”) and cash when the game ends. It is designed for 2 to 6 players aged from 7 to 107. For younger players, an adult mentor is recommended to guide this younger player. Not that the very young have been left out – there’s … Continue Reading
In this video clip from the BBC’s "Joy of Stats", Professor Hans Rosling traces the progress of 200 countries over 200 years (in just 4 minutes) and projects it into the future.
A musical interlude from They Might Be Giants:
The Californian environmental group Heal the Bay has released this BBC nature file-style mockumentary:
No doubt this clip from a 1960s American Petroleum Institute film will eliminate any concerns that you might have that oil spills could harm the environment. (Public domain film clip via The Internet Archive) (1999 advertisement)
Our latest YouTube video clip is a look at what our dependence on oil is doing to the Earth.
In case you were worried that the end of oil would mean the end of motor sport, here’s highlights of the TTXGP, claimed to be the first all-electric zero-emission motorcycle grand prix.
GreenBiz Cafe has a new video clip on YouTube – enjoy!
Climate change is threatening some of our favourite cliches. These are some that we will need to update: Images from Wikimedia Commons: "CO2-Temp" by Hanno, "Richmond Flood" by Iridescent, "Running Hare" by Marlene Thyssen, "Black Sea Oil Spill" by Marine Photobank, "Dead Zone" by Jkeiser and "Flowers of Prunus Tomentosa in May" by Pauk