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Host Steve D'Agostino talks with Colin & Carrick McCullough of "Our Renewable Energy".
On May 4, the McCullough family of Sutton began traveling the U.S. in its veggie-powered Beetle visiting renewable energy sites and sustainable companies to make eco-videos for kids.
They’re crossing the U.S. -- in their vegetable-oil powered Beetle, of course -- visiting renewable energy sites -- solar, wind farms, wave and tidal power, geothermal, hydroelectric, biogas -- and meeting people who have made important contributions to sustainability.
They’ll be making a series of video profiles at stops along the way, and at the end of their 2-month
adventure will be putting all the videos together as a documentary for kids to see what kind of solutions are out there.
The McCullough have created a website, OurRenewableNation.org, that has a quick 3-minute video which explains the trip, and you can see their list of destinations.
In recent years, the McCulloughs have produced a series of online videos that demonstrate the need
for clean energy, now-9-year-old Carrick McCullough has narrated and appeared in almost all of them, and they have been seen by more than 200,000 people.