A record-breaking flight using electricity produced from the sun is showcasing what is possible using clean technology.
The accomplishment marks the latest leg of a round-the-world mission by two Swiss explorers to promote the promise of clean technology.
Solar Impulse 2 took off from Abu Dhabi on March 9 on the first stage of a 35,000 km journey.
The sun-driven plane completed its latest leg from Japan to Hawaii on Friday, setting three world records in the process.
A timely reminder of the need for renewable energy? Or more a case of hope than realistic expectation?
Presenter: Shiulie Ghosh
Raymond Clerc - Solar Impulse Mission Director
Klaus Weber - an associate professor from the Centre for Sustainable Energy Systems at Australian National University
Douglas Parr - a Policy Director at Greenpeace
Source: Al Jazeera