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Flash Mob Italian style - Agriculture dept of the University of Catania...
A massive dust storm hits the phoenix valley area with extreme wind and dust.
Why The Organic Trade Association and Corporate Organic Food Brands do NOT want Labeling of Genetically Engineered and Genetically Modified Foods.
Stone lines or ("bunds") slow down runoff and bring back vegetation.
Underwater worlds need exploration! Great lecture.
Shai Agassi believes his Better Place company can turn the dream of mass-selling electric cars into reality.
Gordon Hempton says there are fewer than a dozen places of silence remaining in America, and none in Europe.
Lepthocephalus Bali Seraya
they began to work 4 jobs between them to pay the mortgage, until one day they remembered they had a choice
An op-ed by Bill McKibben, author and founder of 350.org, narrated and illustrated by Stephen Thomson
Set in Lesotho, this video shows a group of schoolchildren making a keyhole garden.
face-to-face with fantastic creatures: narwhals, Arctic foxes, elephant seals, and more.
Camille Seaman, author of “Melting Away: Polar Images” The Last Iceberg
As executive chair of the Ford Motor Company, Bill Ford leads the company that put the world on wheels.
Michael Fishbach narrates his encounter with a humpback whale entangled in a fishing net.
Ken broke up with Barbie after finding out some of the paper in her packaging comes from a Singapore company, Asian Pulp & Paper (APP), who clearcuts rain forests and destroys biodiversity in Indonesia.
Join John Hardy on a tour of the Green School, his off-the-grid school in Bali that teaches kids how to build, garden, create (and get into college).
Marcel Dicke makes an appetizing case for adding insects to everyone's diet. His message to squeamish chefs and foodies: delicacies like locusts and caterpillars compete with meat in flavor, nutrition and eco-friendliness.
A science-based look at the Universe, certainly not a religious one, although spirit can certainly take a stand within all...
Catherine Chalmers insect-reptile video. Award winner...
Cordyceps - Journeyman Pictures does not allow their videos to be embedded. Please watch on youtube here: www.youtube.com
Up in the mountains of Bhutan a mysterious grub-turned-mushroom is
fueling a high-altitude rush for richness. Worth up to $80,000 per kilo,
scientists believe it may be the miracle cure to change medicine.
Called cordyceps, "it's
a fungus that kills insects in a horrible way", explains biologist Dr
Hywel-Jones. Although not a friend to insects, many scientists are
convinced that for humans it is a super antioxidant, a powerful
antibiotic, energy booster, heart-helper, lung-improver and sex
sustainer. Across Bhutan, thousands are making the arduous journey to
the mountains in a quest to strike it rich.The scramble for the fungus
has also spawned a fierce illegal trade and violent clashes in Tibet;
something Bhutan is desperate to avoid."There's no reason why a small
country like Bhutan cannot be a high-tech pharmaceutical industry...who
knows what it could be giving to mankind in the future."
A Film By ABC Australia
Distirbuted By Journeyman Pictures
August 2011 28 minutes
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