Season 1

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Meet the Climate Game Changer

Learn about Operation Sustain, a video game that teaches kids about climate change.

Meet the Climate Game Changer

Video thumbnail: ReInventors Can these super oysters survive our screwed-up oceans?

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Can these super oysters survive our screwed-up oceans?

Join Katie as she visits a state-of-the-art oyster nursery and learns how to slurp oysters

Can these super oysters survive our screwed-up oceans?

Video thumbnail: ReInventors How bug ranching can fix the food system

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How bug ranching can fix the food system

How can we reduce agricultural waste? Replace fish meal with mealworms.

How bug ranching can fix the food system

Video thumbnail: ReInventors We've seen the future of meat, and it's plants

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We've seen the future of meat, and it's plants

Your hamburger choice has real consequences for the environment.

We've seen the future of meat, and it's plants

Video thumbnail: ReInventors Fighting mosquitoes with frickin' laser beams

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Fighting mosquitoes with frickin' laser beams

Scientists at Intellectual Ventures Laboratory are batting mosquitoes with... laser beams.

Fighting mosquitoes with frickin' laser beams

Video thumbnail: ReInventors Self-Driving Bikes: Seattle’s Next Transit Revolution?

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Self-Driving Bikes: Seattle’s Next Transit Revolution?

A grassroots effort to develop lighter, more affordable, personal rapid transit.

Self-Driving Bikes: Seattle’s Next Transit Revolution?

Video thumbnail: ReInventors How to turn leftovers into electricity

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How to turn leftovers into electricity

A startup company in Seattle is converting food waste into electricity and fertilizer.

How to turn leftovers into electricity

Video thumbnail: ReInventors Edible plastic is here, and it tastes like... | ReInventors

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Edible plastic is here, and it tastes like... | ReInventors

A scientist at Oregon State University is developing edible food packaging and coatings.

Edible plastic is here, and it tastes like... | ReInventors

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