We wanted to find a way to make the invisible aspects of energy more visible and more accessible to the average person. So we dug into the ways it intersects our lives on an everyday basis. We worked on this project in collaboration with student animators from the University of Colorado-Boulder’s College of Media, Communication and Information. The student animators, with assistance from Inside Energy staff, produced this series of videos that highlight the often invisible aspects of energy and its role in our lives.
RMPBS’ Insight with John Ferrugia, in collaboration with Inside Energy, investigates what state regulators knew about the dangers of flowlines and the tragedy in Firestone, Colo., where a home explosion linked to a leaking gas line resulted in the death of two men.
The Hill| The head Democrat on the House Natural Resources Committee is calling on seven different university heads to reveal how much of the work of their climate science research is funded by fossil fuel industries.