New York Air
Feeding 9 Billion
Florida Sea Level
Salt Deserts of Iran
New York Air
Ursa Major, the third largest drag line in the USA, Black Thunder Coal MIne, Gillette, Wyoming
Black Thunder Mine is Wyoming is the largest coal producer in the United States.
Excavating the Black Thunder open pit coal mine in Wyoming
Antelope and New Rochelle Mines near Gillette, Wyoming
A spectator arrives at an amateur car racing event in Gillette, Wyoming
Amateur car racing event in Gillette, Wyoming
Home-built race cars at amateur racing event in Gillette, Wyoming
Super-sized Hummer runs on alcohol fuel for fast acceleration at a monster car event in Turlock, California
Power boats clog London Bridge canal in Lake Havasu, Arizona
Pleasure boat crusing on Lake Havasu, Arizona
Hoover Dam on the Colorado River is one of the largest hydro-electric facilities in the U.S.
Power lines crossing the Colorado River near the Hoover Dam, Nevada.
Las Vegas strip, Las Vegas, Nevada
Freemont Street, Las Vegas, Nevada
Artificial environments are big energy consumers at the Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Suburbs of Las Vegas, Nevada
Artificial lakes and heated swimming pools define the lifestyle in suburban Las Vegas, Nevada.
Private golf course, Las Vegas, Nevada
Morning traffic jam, Washington D.C.
Ford Explorer plant, St. Louis, Missouri
Oil refinery complex, Texas City, Texas
Texas City coal yard is continuously wetted down to prevent combustion.
A closeable roof allows Houston's Astro Stadium to be air conditioned.
Cooling tower of the climate control system in Houston's Reliant Stadium
Mountaintop-removal coal mine, Kentucky
Paradise Power Plant, Kentucky. The second largest polluter in the United States.
Clear-cut screened from road, Olympic Penninsula, Washington
Logs await export to Japan in Port Angeles, Washington.
Coal train near Gillette, Wyoming