An AWS original documentary series that journeys around the world to discover the people, the ideas, and the technologies currently combatting climate change.
- S1 E1 - Trailer - Dr. Werner Vogels introduces Climate NextJoin Amazon CTO Dr. Werner Vogels as he kicks off Climate Next, highlighting technologists' role in mitigating climate change and the importance of putting Amazon Web Services (AWS) technology to work to solve complex, human problems.Watch with a free Prime trial
- S1 E2 - Zanzibar: The Essential MangroveHow Tanzanian communities are using satellite imagery data to restore mangroves: Mangroves play an essential role in protecting communities from the impacts of climate change. Discover how student-led YouthMappers and Digital Earth Africa enable African communities to track continental changes in unprecedented detail by making Earth observation (EO) data more easily accessible in the cloud.Watch with a free Prime trial
- S1 E3 - Santa Fe: The Road to Zero WasteHow a forward-thinking city is implementing more efficient waste management: Our natural resources are in short supply, and the current recycling and waste management method in the US is not sustainable. See how the city of Santa Fe has teamed up with Rubicon to create a dynamic cloud-based solution to transform waste management.Watch with a free Prime trial
- S1 E4 - London: Driving Toward Cheaper, Cleaner PowerHow Octopus Energy is using technology to deliver renewable energy to consumers: Burning fossil fuels releases large amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, resulting in extreme weather conditions and a warmer planet. Explore how Octopus Energy uses their smart grid technology to provide access to cheaper electricity and renewable energy.Watch with a free Prime trial
- S1 E5 - Los Angeles: Plant a Tree, Grow a CommunityHow The Nature Conservancy uses data to empower communities: Nature-based climate solutions like tree planting can help curb climate change through air pollution reduction and carbon sequestration, but tree cover is often inequitably distributed in many cities, with a bias against lower income communities. Using cloud technology, TNC is closing the tree canopy gap in underserved communities.Watch with a free Prime trial