Our Renewable Nation, a cross-country eco-video adventure: 9-year-old Carrick visits Klean Kanteen, a company that makes stainless steel water bottles, a sustainable alternative to disposable plastic bottles.
>> *******EnergyForEarth**** =================We mounted our solar-powered wind turbine toy onto the dashboard of our VW Beetle, and get a lot of questions wherever we go. "What is that thing for?" Show everyone your support for renewable energy, and put one in your car too!
As the youth of today become more aware of climate change and how it affects their future, their voices will be impossible to ignore. We submitted this video to the Alliance Ecospot video contest. Our video, 'An Inconvenient Youth' will be finished and uploaded soon.
We made this video for the US PIRG video contest, which asks 'What is your vision of sustainable transportation of the future?' Public transportation will play a major role, but no realistic vision of transportation should leave out electric cars and trucks.
I helped my friends Anna and Victoria make this video for the Current TV Ecospot contest. The music is by a talented friend Barry Hall playing the flowerpotophone - see & hear his unique clay instruments at www.ninestones****
This is the first time that scientists have reached a consensus that global warming is real and that we are causing it. In 14 years, Carrick will be a grownup, and in this video he talks about what he expects the grownups to get done in the meantime.
This is a video overview of the 2007 Solar Decathlon, held in Washington DC, narrated by 8-year-old Carrick. The flute music is courtesy of the Burnt Earth Ensemble, at www.burntearth****
This video talks about the benefits of using a reel mower instead of a gasoline-powered one. Narrated by 8-year-old Carrick.
This is a video message from the Earth for Earth Day 2008.
8-year-old Carrick interviews Darth Vader, who has a new career overseeing the Chevy Volt program at GM.
This video is about our yellow VW Beetle that runs on used vegetable oil. It's narrated by 7-year-old Carrick.