Earth energy / produced by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

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Subjects: Renewable energy sources
Water-power
Solar energy
Geothermal resources
Wind power
Earth sheltered houses
Formats: Electronic Resource, Remote, Video Recording, DVD, Streaming Video
Material Type: Projected medium -- Monograph
Language: English, Summary is in English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Princeton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c2007
LC Classification: T, TJ
Added Titles: Nature of things (Television program)
Alternate Title(s): Nature of things (Television program).
Alternate Titles: In: Digital video collection (OCoLC)52376650 FFH 37479
Issued in other form: Earth energy. (OCoLC)224451518
Additional Authors: Shatalow, Peter
Lishman, William
Suzuki, David T., 1936-
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Ohio Library and Information Network
OhioLINK Digital Resource Commons
Notes: ISBN: 9781421375229
ISBN: 1421375222
Videorecording number: FFH 37479
Streaming video (46 min.)
System requirements: Real Player media software
Mode of access: World Wide Web
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Narrator and presenter, Bill Lishman ; host, David Suzuki
Credits: Directed, produced, and written by Peter Shatalow
Originally broadcast on CBC in 2005 as an episode of the television program The nature of things
Summary: Sculptor, aviator, inventor, and filmmaker Bill Lishman is concerned by our dependence on central energy sources and fossil fuels so he takes a journey in search of Earth's renewable energy. He looks at hydroelectric production at Niagara Falls, the world's largest solar collector power plant in the Mojave Desert, geothermal energy in Iceland, and wind turbines in Denmark. He also shows how his own underground house conserves energy
Reproduction notes: Electronic reproduction. Columbus, OH : OhioLINK, 2008. Digitized and made available by OhioLINK Digital Resource Commons from video dist. by Films for the Humanities & Sciences
OCLC Number: 297115677
ISBN/ISSN: 9781421375229
1421375222
FFH 37479