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Indigenous leaders at the Peoples Climate March in New York speak to the urgency of Climate Change and the need for all of us to be Idle No More. From the Amazon to the Arctic, Indigenous Peoples are defending our climate and teaching allies about how extractive industries are directly connected to sovereignty, colonization, and violence against Indigenous women. www.idlenomore.ca
Rallying at the People's Climate March in NYC Sept 21, 2014.
The NY Times.
People's Climate March - Sept. 21st, 2014, 11:30 am, New York City.
This is an invitation to change everything.
Greenland 2014. Follow the Water.
In Greenland, scientists who wish to understand ice loss will follow the water. Greenland mass loss is rising exponentially and leading to higher sea level rise. Yale Climate Forum.
President Obama's Science Advisor, Dr. John Holdren, explains in less than three minutes how the growing number of intense wildfires are linked in part, to climate change. Learn more at wh.gov/climate-change
A powerful message on the "truly disruptive" nature of solar energy technologies and the profound changes they portent for energy generation and individual customers ... drawn from a range of respected energy experts. Yale Climate Forum.
Senior Scientists discuss the potential for sudden disruptions of human and natural systems as a consequence of climate change.
Everyone produces waste, and the Swedes are no different. It’s what they do with it that is unusual. Sweden recycles and sorts its waste so efficiently that less than 1 percent ends up in landfills. But perhaps even more interesting, and somewhat controversial, is that Sweden burns about as much household waste as it recycles, over 2 million tons, and converts this to energy. But even with this amount of domestic waste, the country’s 32 waste-to energy (WTE) incineration plants can handle even more. And when Sweden runs out of its own garbage, it offers a service to the rest of garbage-bloated Europe: importing excess waste from other countries. sweden.se
Meet Jim—the character in our Rewind the Future video—he is a man whose life flashes right before his very eyes, unhealthy habits and all. The choices you teach your child today become the habits they take into their adulthood.
To learn more visit: www.strong4life.com/rewindthef...
CARBON is the first film in the Green World Rising Series. Narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio, presented by Thom Hartmann. Music is composed and performed by Jean-Pascal Beintus and intro drone by Francesco Lupica. Carbon is produced by Tree Media with the support of the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation. www.greenworldrising.org
Wall Street to Planet Earth - We Don’t Mind and You Don’t Matter.
Christopher Williams tells Paul Jay that to face up to the science of climate change, coal and oil conglomerates worth trillions of dollars have to keep their fossil fuels in the ground - something capitalism can't allow. Aug 7, 2014. therealnews.com
Meet Elif Bilgin, winner of the Scientific American Science in Action Award and winner of the Voter's Choice Award for the Google Science Fair 2013. Wanting to reduce pollution in her home city of Istanbul, Elif manufactured a new environmentally-friendly bio-plastic that uses banana peels instead of traditional petroleum sources.
Koko's Tribute to Robin Williams.
Robin Williams met Koko in 2001. It was a very cheerful encounter for both, and Koko has treasured it to this day. When Koko learned of Robin's passing (on Aug. 11, 2014) she became very sad. We hope this video will lift her spirits and remind everyone of the profound gift of joy that Robin Williams brought to our world.
To see images of Koko and read more about her relationship with Robin: www.koko.org
These divers had the experience of a lifetime interacting with playful seals off the east coast of the United Kingdom. The Farne Islands are home to the largest colony of Grey seals in the North Sea. Filmed on location in the Farne Islands, UK with the help of Sovereign Divers.
Disclaimer: The seals are wild animals and approach the divers entirely by their own choice. No seals are forced to interact or forced to stay. No seals are harmed by diver interaction. Seal interaction in the UK (where this was filmed) is not illegal.
Extra disclaimer: These seals are young pups who are very curious about the area in which they live. At the time of year that this was filmed the seals were about 2-4 months old and already 2m long and about 200-300lbs in weight. As always once the seals get older and move off to form colonies of their own elsewhere and the majority of them will not see people again. Fully adult seals are rarely this interactive and whilst tolerant of divers they tend to keep away after their first year of diver visits.
To coincide with the publication of Rob Hopkins' new book 'The Power of Just Doing Stuff', Emma Goude, producer of 'In Transition 1.0' and 'In Transition 2.0', made this short film that captures the spirit of the new book. You can order the book from www.transitionnetwork.org/powe...
Rob Hopkins is the co-founder of Transition Town Totnes and of Transition Network. He publishes the blog transitionculture.org. In February 2012 Rob and the Transition Network were among NESTA and The Observer’s list of Britain’s 50 New Radicals, and in 2012 won the European Economic and Social Committee Civil Society Prize.
Stealth House, UK - Underground and Passive - featured on the Grand Designs Show.
The American Museum of Ceramic Art, Pomona, California hosted ICHEON: Reviving the Korean Ceramics tradition, an unprecedented exhibition organized by Icheon, South Korea. Icheon has a history of ceramic culture that began over 5000 years ago and has a reputation for its internationally renowned ceramics.
Icheon’s ceramics have become sought after works of art and are deeply-seated in Korea’s local economy. The city’s vital role in ceramics has made it possible for Icheon to become the best and largest center in Korea’s crafts today. Icheon is the home of over 350 studios and potteries that specialize in traditional, contemporary, and high-tech applications of the ceramic body. Although technological advances constantly redefine the ceramic industry, Korean ceramic artists strive to preserve the tradition of peace, simplicity, and spiritual temperance of Korean art. .amoca.org
Divers off the coast of Mexico save a sea turtle that became tangled in rope.
Special thanks to Colin Sutton & Cameron Dietrich who freed the turtle.
After 9 months and 50,000 pictures a first timelapse flower has finished forming. After a long search looking for flowers that would open fast, here is a list of flowers that are part of the timelapse: Lillium, hibiscus, carnations, orchids, dandelions, lilies, daisies, alstroemeria, peonies and nigella damask. By David de los Santos Gil of Madrid. www.daviddelossan.com
If you're concerned about cell phone radiation, here are the phones to avoid. www.cnet.com