Fuel (2008) takes a look at America’s “addiction to oil” and alternative, sustainable energy sources as a replacement. In particular, Fuel looks at biodiesel, wind turbines and vertical farming as answers to a more sustainable planet. Some people have referred to this movie as the “unofficial sequel to Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth (2006).”
To learn more about the film and fun facts about energy, take a look at their website.
Last month, Chicago acquired the now largest vertical farm. To read more about it, take a look at this article from the Chicagoist.
As always, I’m leaving a trailer for your viewing pleasure.