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This second program in the EARTH: THE OPERATORS' MANUAL series is an eye-opening look at some of the world's most important energy decisions, and a provocative assessment of what it takes to build a sustainable energy infrastructure. The planet offers lots of choices: what we do with them is up to us.
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Comments about PBS Earth The Operators Manual: Powering Planet DVD:

The entire series is excellent and informative. Richard Alley makes a strong (and hopeful) argument for clean renewable energy and shows how it is feasible (despite all the propaganda to the contrary from the fossil fuels industry). Let's hope the policy makers wake up before there are even worse consequences of global warming/climate change. The climate change deniers neglect the important fact that the oceans have been absorbing much of the temperature increase and the majority of the carbon dioxide which has had very dire consequences for the entire ocean ecosystem due to the warming and acidification. Shellfish and coral reefs are in peril. Most people do not realize the extent to which we depend on the organisms in the ocean for both food and - oxygen!

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