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shocking facts and figures surrounding unsustainable fishing practices and the devastating effect overfishing could have on marine ecosystems.
Pew Environment Group is working with conservation and sport fishing organizations to stop surface longline fishing in the Gulf
The project's declared goal is to provide 50% of the world’s electricity by 2050, using superconductors to deliver the power to distant locations.
Cat speaks out against climate change.
enough toxic coal ash to fill an Olympic-sized swimming pool every two and a half minutes.
Shimon Steinberg looks at the difference between pests and bugs
Aftereffects of the Tsunami. Rikuzentakata was once a vibrant fishing port, a place of people, temples and traditional houses and was listed as one of Japan's most scenic places.
addressing water issues head-on can create thousands of good jobs in the process.
Recent video footage from a survey on a group of critically endangered Amur leopards in the Russian Far East
Big Oil's tar sands mining is destroying our continent's greatest songbird nursery.
Love County, Oklahoma -- Fishermen in a small community in southern Oklahoma are looking for answers after finding thousands of dead fish on the Red River.
The city of Colorado Springs uses herds of goats for noxious weed abatement.
The pH balance in your body is directly effected by your diet.
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.
One of the three winners of the Germanwatch screenplay competition about
Climate Justice. In this four-minute movie produced by Peter Wedel the
CO2 intensive lifestyle of an urban dweller (played by Benno Fürmann) is
put in contrast to the people in developing countries which are
affected most by Climate Change. Further information on this topic:
www.germanwatch.org (in German) This short film was recently nominated for
the Viral Video Awards and has been presented at the Annual Conference
of the German Council for Sustainable Development in Berlin.
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