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Latitudes: Energy

On Latitudes this week, we're looking at pure energy—the power that doesn’t come from oil.

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Oil from a tree in the Philippines may provide a new source of energy. 
Courtesy of Tina Pamintuan.
Oil from a tree in the Philippines may provide a new source of energy. 

More and more, people around the world are inspired to tune in and turn on to alternative energy sources. They're reaching for the sun, for unexpected bounties on earth and, more often than not, for each other to power the planet.  

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