Farmers really appreciate the carbon nation, especially related to the wind turbans. They like the idea that it saves money and energy and it also benefits their farming land. It is in their economic willingness. Climate change is a climate issue. It posts threats all around the world. When the military goes green the country will go greener. Less snow means less glaciers. If we don’t have glaciers it can damage our climate. There are different ways to prevent or slow down climate change. This documentary shows several projects that can develop or expand. It can also help society significantly reduce pollution. It covers an impressively wide range of ground with in the film. Buck hopscotches across America and beyond interviewing such notables as Richard Branson, former CIA director. The world’s largest wind farm, a refrigerator recycling plant and a green initiative projects for low income neighborhoods. The last time Americans united behind a single cause was during the 1940’s when we overhauled our national industry to fight WWII. One of Carbon Nation’s virtues is its celebration of Americans who are far from that tree-hugger stereotype and working for carbon solutions. Cliff Etheridge is a farmer from Roscoe, Texas, who once struggled to make a living on arid, windy land. Wind-farming installations are providing Roscoe’s farmers with steady income, while allowing them to continue farming around the turbines. The enterprise will eventually provide clean energy to more than 250,000 homes. While carbon-conscious innovators are successfully expanding their activities, the well hasn’t yet run dry for carbon producers, and there are no direct financial disincentives to producing carbon.