The Next Frontier: Engineering the Golden Age of Green cuts through the debate about global warming and climate change. Instead, it focuses on the renewable, clean energy technologies that can improve our future and create significant economic opportunities.

This entertaining Emmy® Award-winning documentary takes the viewer around the world in search of technologies and policies that will address the serious problem of excessive carbon dioxide emissions and our dangerous dependence on fossil fuels.

Host Becky Worley of ABC’s Good Morning America travels to Samso Island, Denmark where towering windmills stand in stark contrast to fields of bright orange pumpkins. There, ordinary people are changing the way they use energy, resulting in free power, free heat and money in their pockets.

But can Americans do the same? Becky visits Greensburg, Kansas, a town that’s going green from the ground up after being nearly destroyed by a tornado. A trip further into America’s Heartland discovers green technology changing the face of manufacturing. Employees who once built gas guzzlers now create electric batteries.

The Next Frontier features interviews with some of the top energy and economic experts along with educators and high-level government officials, all striving to develop clean energy solutions and alternatives to burning fossil fuels.
From tidal turbines in Ireland to concentrated solar plants in California, The Next Frontier takes you on a global journey in stunning high definition. The film is enhanced by the educational and entertaining animation of Emmy

Award-winner Charlie Canfield.
Produced by Filmsight Productions
Sponsored by the Professional Engineers in California Government