On a family trip to Cuba, Grampa Simpson becomes depressed and unwilling to partake in activities. He cheers up when he spots an old American car from his times and goes for a ride in it with a native Cuban. Both during and after the ride, Grampa feels reinvigorated and connected with his youth. The Cuban resident references a study conducted by Ellen Langer in which seniors felt young again once exposed to objects from their youth.
Will interviews Richard Westbrook, an official with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). He has a pessimistic view of the challenges involving climate change and suggests that the climate debate is long over: we're too late. He also mentions some impacts of climate change: mass migrations, food and water shortages, endless wildfires, and massive storms.
This clip explains how the introduction of corn into animal farms has greatly impacted our food. Animals are given corn because it is cheap and helps them grow quickly but an unintended consequence has been ecoli.