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How to Save the World

Population growth and over consumption of resources will require solutions to be able to be sustainable.
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Anders Christensen

on 27 July 2013

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Transcript of How to Save the World

millennium force
1800
1900
2000
1 billion -
5 billion -
10 billion -
millennium force
?
If everyone consumed like
Americans, we would need
about 4 Earths to sustain
the population
If everyone consumed like
Western Europeans, we would
need about 2 Earths to sustain
the population
If everyone consumed
like Indians, we would need
only about 1/3 of an Earth to
sustain our population
If we all consumed like Chinese
we would need 2/3 of an Earth
to sustain our population
global
local
what does this mean?
inequality
collaborative consumption
craigslist
x
coal
nuclear
natural gas
renewables
E N E R G Y
how to
save
the world.

solar
wind
ocean
biomass
coal
hydro
natural gas
battery
point absorber
wave attenuator
surge converter
tidal
motion of the
ocean
solar
photovoltaic
solar thermal
photo=light
voltaic=electricity
how it works
how it works
how it works
parabolic trough
solar in pps
-In August of 2009 PPS put solar
panels on 9 school roofs

-Over the course of a year these panels
produced 660,630 kWh of electricity,
19% of the buildings’ total consumption.
oregon
oregon
klamath falls
nuclear
wyoming
coal
geothermal
geothermal
oregon
institute
of technology
hydro power
nuclear
fear?
biomass
biofuels
biglow canyon
wind farm
JOBS
Wind siting - $25,000
Land contracts specialist - $58,000
Turbine transportation - $53,000
Electrical engineer - $70,000
Operations and maintenance director - $120,000
Metal manufacturing - $48,000
Environmental engineer - $61,000
Motor manufacturing - $54,000
Machinist - $35,000
Wind construction director - $67,000
Wind technician - $49,000
Powerline technician - $57,000
Electricity supply controller - $82,000
Wind resource assessment - $54,000
Wind marketing and sales - $140,000
Wind education - $36,000
Product manager - $85,000
Turbine product development - $77,000
Turbine product testing - $65,000
Safety manager - $63,000
Systems network engineer - $84,000
Software engineer - $76,000
Mechanical engineer - $64,000
Wind systems analyst - $96,000
Lead engineer - $110,000
Unequal access to food, water, and wealth
Exhaustion of natural resources
Loss of species
International conflict
Pollution and toxic waste
Risks from climate instability
How we travel
Where we shop
What we buy
What we eat
What we throw away
How efficient our homes are
Who we donate to
Who we work for
How open our minds are
natural gas
Sources of Electricity
x
?
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