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How much electricity does it take to the power the world? It’s one of those questions that’s becoming increasingly common as the world becomes more firmly in the grasp of climate change. But this fascinating animation from TED-Ed tells all.

We love this animation because of its retro video game vibe. No matter how difficult the science gets, or how big the numbers, the simplistic, charming hand-drawn style brings it back home.

By designing the entire video as it was a NES-era retro game, TED-Ed has done something genius. They’ve combined a complex subject matter with a thematic, simple art style to keep the audience hooked right through its 5 minute duration.

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TED-Ed  | How Much Electricity To Power The World? | 2D Animation

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