Author: Sarah Backhouse

Sarah Backhouse is the Founder of Future360.tv -- an online video network featuring the latest sustainable technology and design. A TV host and producer, Sarah has lived in Sydney, London and Los Angeles, where she worked for a diverse array of broadcasters including: CNBC, BBC, PBS, Fine Living, Sci Fi Channel, Discovery Channel and Planet Green. Since 2006, Sarah has focused her attention solely on sustainability coverage.

Take one outdated commercial building in Sunnyvale, California, one crack engineering and architecture team, some top Silicon Valley technologies, and one audacious design challenge. The result? 435 Indio. A building transformed from non descript 70s tilt up to sleek, modern, Read more…


Future360.tv attended the David Brower Center for Sustainability in Berkeley California to celebrate Ten Strands’ first environmental education night. The event brought together educators and advocates to celebrate the contribution made by non-profit organization, Ten Strands, to the field of Read more…


Take one outdated commercial building in Sunnyvale, California, one crack engineering and architecture team, some top Silicon Valley technologies, and one audacious design challenge. The result? 435 Indio. A building transformed from nondescript 70s tilt up to sleek, modern, drool-worthy Read more…


Future360 covered the Cleantech Startups Showcase which featured 40+ of the most innovative and exciting cleantech companies developing groundbreaking, carbon-reducing technologies. A handful of the companies competed pitch-style in front of the live audience, for the opportunity to win an Read more…


An exciting new smart grid initiative is rolling out in the Netherlands. Project “Sustainable Neighborhood” is a collaboration between residents, businesses and the city of Amsterdam. In an area of the city called New West district, smart meters and energy Read more…


Future360 visits the Netherlands to witness the unveiling of an innovative technology from Ener-Core that turns landfill gases into clean, green energy. Enercore is a company based in CA, that is commercializing a gas emissions space and employing tech to Read more…


The UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability (IoES) honored musicians Linkin Park, producer Lawrence Bender and U.S. Representative Henry Waxman for each of their environmental accomplishments at their Evening of Excellence fundraiser. The event was held at a private Read more…


Less than 450,000 people currently live in downtown Los Angeles. But what if the population grew 10 times that to 4.5 million? Is that level of growth sustainable? CAPACITY is a research study produced by Gensler Los Angeles which analyses Read more…


Future360 attended CleantechLA Global Showcase to find out what makes Los Angeles a leader in cleantech innovation. For 2 days, over 400 attendees from over 20 countries descended on Los Angeles, one of the largest cleantech markets in the US. Read more…


The Catlin Global Reef Record is a first-of-its-kind global database and online research tool that uses state of the art technology to capture panoramic images of major coral reef ecosystems. A research tool, it is aimed at collating and communicating Read more…

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