For most of us, it's hard to conceive of a life without power, yet a staggering 1.1 billion people on the planet do not have access to electricity. When artist-inventor-pyromaniac Jim Mason had his power shut off by the city of Berkeley, he rediscovered a sustainable power technology used during WWII, inadvertently creating one of the most innovative and accessible new tools in energy.
NOW WHAT, the new docu-series hosted by Ryan Duffy, explores our most pressing problems and spotlights the people behind the most creative potential solutions. It poses its titular question sincerely: what do the possible remedies look like, how far away are they, and what obstacles are they facing? NOW WHAT is less about solutions themselves; it's about the hard work and big brains that might just get us there.
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