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Concern for the environment is a major issue for many people. Eco Company tries to make teens interested in saving the environment. The show, hosted by a dynamic cast of teenagers, explores all aspects of being green and how people's actions impact the world. The ``Eco Company'' team reports on developments in renewable energies and alternative fuels, explores organic processes, profiles teens and organizations who are making a difference, and learns about the impact conservation and recycling can have on reducing one's carbon footprint.
Connecticut works to reduce its carbon footprint, to encourage the development of clean energies, and to provide students with environmental opportunities.
The Yale Sustainable Food Project; the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.
A teen builds his own minihouse to minimize his environmental footprint.
Teen contestants submit videos demonstrating how actions can affect the environmental health of the oceans.
Guitar manufacturers work together to harvest tone wood sustainably and responsibly.
Paints, aerosols, pesticides, household cleaners, batteries and CFLs may contain carcinogens; how to discard them so that they do not get into the environment and the water supply.
The Bohart Museum of Entomology displays more than 1 million insects and other invertebrates; climate change affects butterflies.
Human actions affect the food chain in the oceans, protection of marine life and the health and beauty of beaches; teens document the sand-crab population.
Recycled plastic is made into something else.
Schools work together to get solar power installed at their facilities.
Project Green Challenge; Rocket Farms; a recycled-paper mill; young activist Alec Loorz.
Project Open Hand prepares meals for elderly and seriously ill people.
Teens restore a creek, a redwood grove and a natural marsh.
The Oakland Zoo; squirrel monkeys; Trips for Kids; Girl Scouts restore a natural habitat for salmon.
Plastic waste in the oceans; rescuing marine mammals; NASA studies the oceans.
A Green Academy; building a compost bin; mentoring younger children; Earth Day.
A school does everything it can to be sustainable; gleaning crops; college students build green, energy-efficient houses; teens plant seedlings and create art from trash.
Buildings' energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions; solar balloons; changing the future of fuel; stoves that use wood and coal.
The founder of the World Energy Project; improving life in African villages; high school invention team.
Tide pools left during low tide on the California coast.
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