Mike Rowe, creator of Discovery Channel's 'Dirty Jobs,' testifies before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee to highlight America's lack of emphasis on skilled trades.
Apr 27, 2011
What to Eat? It is the question on everyone's minds at least three times a day. By showing how our food choices have a more serious impact on our environment than the car we drive, the light bulbs we use or the ways we recycle, the film makes the point that we can all take small steps for positive change.
Apr 25, 2011
Celeritas and the other Shell Eco Marathon urban concept cars starting their parade lap.
Apr 11, 2011
Tokyo Electric Power is putting remote controlled machinery to use at the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. This video, released Monday, was shot by a remote-controlled helicopter a day earlier and shows the plants number four reactor building.
Mar 23, 2011
In August 2007, IDG News Service was invited to the Kashiwazaki Kariwa nuclear power station. This video provides an inside glimpse of the world's largest nuclear power plant.
Students from MIT's Biodiesel team traveled to Sao Paulo, Brazil, last summer to begin Project Green Grease. The team converted two large trucks to run directly on filtered vegetable oil, rather than converting the oil itself into biodiesel fuel.
Jan 31, 2011
A personal solar panel the size of a paperback could make electricity more accessible in the developing world. The device was developed by June Energy, a start-up run by three young entrepreneurs including a University of Michigan engineering student.
Justin J. Henriques, a systems engineering graduate student at University of Virginia, explains how he and his colleague William G. Schnorr designed and created a sustainable biogas digester to be used for cooking in the Kenyan village of Namawanga. The presentation, "Sustainability Assessment and Implementation of a Biogas Digester System in Western Kenya" was given at the IEEE Green Technology Conference in Grapevine, Texas, on April 15, 2010.
Eric M. Bowen, chair of the California Biodiesel Alliance, explained that the California Air Resources Board expects to have biodiesel specifications by year's end. A founder of Tellurian Biodiesel, Bowen spoke at the 2010 National Biodiesel Conference recently. For additional information on the specifications, click here.
California's stringent underground storage tank system regulations, which were created to prevent groundwater contamination, caused a major disruption for the young biodiesel industry. Eric M. Bowen, chair of the California Biodiesel Alliance and found of Tellurian Biodiesel, provided background to attendees at the 2010 National Biodiesel Conference held in Texas recently.
Mar 17, 2010
Because underground storage tanks containing biodiesel in California have no third-party verification of compatibility, the National Biodiesel Board is working with Underwriter's Laboratories to develop testing protocols. Eric M. Bowen, chair of the California Biodiesel Alliance, shared the details at the 2010 National Biodiesel Conference in February.
Feb 16, 2010
Joe Jobe, chief executive officer of the National Biodiesel Board, introduced
Coleman Jones, biofuels implementation manager for General Motors, to industry stakeholders attending the 2010 National Biodiesel Conference & Expo in Grapevine, Texas.
ADS Environmental Services' Pat Stevens explains the Scatter Graph, a special feature of the WEFTEC.09 award-winning Slicer.com, a software program that makes infiltration and inflow calculations in minutes.
Hal Kimbrough of ADS Environmental Services shows the evolution of flow sensor technologies in the company's FlowShark line.