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Wind Energy Companies Work With USFWS On Conservation Plan
Full Story: http://indianapublicmedia.org/news/indiana-plays-important-role-habitat-conservation-plan-85291/ The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is trying to determine the best way to accommodate new wind energy projects while protecting endangered birds and bats that might be killed by running into wind turbines. WTIU's Casey Kuhn went to a meeting that helped explain the impact this plan would make on Indiana.
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Bats in Transylvania
Bats. Flyers of the night, mysterious creatures hiding in caves and abandoned buildings, about whom many of us don't even know that they are not birds but belong to the family of mammals. The Apuseni Mountains in Romania is one of the regions that host the largest population of bats in Europe. Due to the ever - growing human pressure, however, bats and the caves serving as their homes have to be protected in many places. In this film we will follow in the footsteps of a bat conservation team, who are trying to explore and solve the problems threatening the bat population with the support of the LIFE Nature program of European Union.
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Fever The Ghost - SOURCE (official music video)
Official music video for ((SOURCE)) by Fever The Ghost. http://felixcolgrave.com http://fevertheghost.bandcamp.com/ https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/crab-in-honey-ep/id786798992 https://www.facebook.com/fevertheghost
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Liberia: Surviving the Past, Building a Future Starting over from scratch after a 14-year civil war, a woman in a remote village in Liberia emerges as a leader in her community. CARE, through it's Conservation Agriculture program funded by the Howard G. Buffett Foundation, has trained and empowered people like Fatu Wahmah to improve crop production, protect the environment, maintain a new clean water system, improve the health of mothers & children and organize village savings and loan groups.
Views: 216 CARE International
The Benefits Of The Local Bat Population
Colleen McRoberts - Open Space Coordinator, Bernalillo County Ernest W. Valdez - Ph.D. Wildlife Biologist UNM
Views: 139 Morning Brew
How To Roll A Suit
http://www.johnchow.com How I pack 10 days worth of cloth into a carry-on bag by rolling my suit.
Views: 490965 John Chow
This is Conservation: Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge
Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge and The Nature Conservancy – California restored wildlife habitat on the refuge by planting native wildflowers. The results are beautiful. See for yourself.
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Conservation of Forest UNDP-EU
A documentary on conservation of forest in Pakistan, an effort by UNDP, EU and PTF. It is a short portion of 26 minutes long documentary covering all forest areas of country. FROM MANGROVES TO CONIFERS The SGP-PTF provides small grants to civil society for community-led initiatives that promote sustainable forest use and management. In Pakistan SGP PTF has established 29 projects in various forest eco-system of the country. In this documentary, the program focuses on 5 projects, ranging from the mangrove forests located in the coastal area of Miani Hor, Lasbela and Baluchistan to conifer forest in Palas Valley, District Kohistan in the Hindu Kush Mountains. The projects address the following SGP PTF themes: • The non-timber forest products based entrepreneurship development • Contribution to empowerment and capacity building • Helping marginal communities in alleviating poverty • Conserving and developing the forest
Natura 2000 - Spectacular Uplands
From the high grasslands, blanket bogs and heathland, right up to the rocky mountain tops, our Welsh Mountains and uplands are full of life and many have been designated as Natura 2000 sites of European importance to help protect and improve these habitats. Several species such as the rare red kite and rare alpine plants, depend upon the habitats on which they live and it is important that they are carefully managed to keep them in good condition. The uplands are vital for people too – they supply and purify drinking water and visitors come in their thousands to walk the footpaths or simply enjoy the views. The LIFE Natura 2000 programme has produced costed action plans for every Upland Natura 2000 site in Wales, planning for the future and helping to obtain vital funds. to find out more about the LIFE Natura 2000 programme please go to wwww.naturalresources.wales/LIFEN2K
What do we need Europe for in nature conservation?
Natura 2000 connects! Gerhard Neuhauser from the Forest Administration Marchauen asks and Marion Schindlauer from WWF answers: The reason why throughout Europe many small protected areas are essential for white storks, kites, sea eagles and many more. www.komm-natura.at
NATURA 2000 - what is that?
Protection of beavers and wild cats, for streams and beech forests, protection of wild plants and wild animals on land, in water, in the air and all over Europe - that´s the effort of Natura 2000. Natura 2000 - never heard? Ten Junior Ranger explain how nature is protected in Europe. They managed to get the film going in six hours workshop.
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The Midway pollution disaster
This video was created to raise your awareness on the conservation of our planet. No copyright infringement intended. All rights belong to their respective owners. FAIR USE NOTICE: This video may contain copyrighted material. Such material is made available for educational purposes only.
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The world's worst baggage handler? - worryingly funny
Wait for the guy in the high-viz vest........
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Restoring Salmon Habitats on the Mashel River
Science students from Frontier Middle School and members of Bethel's Native American program traveled to Eatonville to work alongside AmeriCorps and the Nisqually Land Trust as they planted trees along the Mashel River, a tributary of the Nisqually River.
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Ciudadano Científico / Citizen Scientist
Citizen Science 2008-2011, funding by NSF The Conservation Trust of Puerto Rico has combined resources to implement a comprehensive citizen science program for individuals ages 12 and older. This project targets local residents, visitors to Hacienda La Esperanza Reserve, and members of the community. This video documents six citizen science environmental projects: archeology and human impacts on local ecosystems; conservation and restoration of wetlands; seed dispersal by bats and birds; ecology of coastal land crabs; flowering and fruiting patterns of local flora; and shoreline and costal processes.
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This Week at Interior October 2, 2015
This week: Secretary Jewell welcomes Pope Francis to Independence Hall during his historic U.S. visit; the Land and Water Conservation Fund expires; Deputy Secretary Connor celebrates the acquisition of a new tract of land at Antietam National Battlefield; Secretary Jewell travels to New York to kick off a Tribal Solarthon with the Shinnecock Nation; a new plan lays out a path forward for the Native Hawaiian community to seek a formal government-to-government relationship with the United States; a new report on water challenges in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta; The North Face makes an additional donation in its partnership with Interior and the 21st Century Conservation Service Corps; and more than a thousand volunteers turn out in Washington DC to turn a vacant lot into a community asset.
Watch: Tampa’s Gasparilla Parade of Pirates 2017
Watch: Tampa’s Gasparilla Parade of Pirates 2017
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अब तक का सबसे मोटिवेशनल वीडियो | Most Inspiring Video | Dr Vivek Bindra
In this video, Dr. Vivek Bindra talks about extreme motivation and how a small measure of determination can beat the world behind and you become a winner. He further asserts the importance asking questions and how questioning can help you achieve breakthrough success. Watch this video till the end for extreme motivation and peak performance To Attend a 4 hour Power Packed “Extreme Motivation & Peak Performance” Seminar of BOUNCE BACK SERIES, Call at +919310144443 or Visit https://bouncebackseries.com/ To attend upcoming LEADERSHIP FUNNEL PROGRAM, Call at +919810544443 or Visit https://vivekbindra.com/upcoming-programs/leadership-funnel-by-vivek-bindra.php Watch the Leadership funnel Program Testimonial Video, here at https://youtu.be/xNUysc5b0uI Follow our Official Facebook Page at https://facebook.com/DailyMotivationByVivekBindra/ and get updates of recent happenings, events, seminars, blog articles and daily motivation.
Maloy Distinguished Lecture On Global Health
For more on this event, visit: http://bit.ly/2FQagnZ For more on the Global Health Initiative: https://globalhealth.georgetown.edu January 22, 2018 | Please join us in welcoming Dr. Akin Abayomi for our annual Maloy Distinguished Lecture on Global Health. Dr. Akin Abayomi is an Emeritus Associate Professor of Medicine and Health Sciences at Stellenbosch University in Cape town, South Africa. He is also the Principal Investigator for Global Emerging Pathogens Treatment Consortium. In 1999, Paul and Catherine Maloy endowed the Maloy Family Fund to support health-related projects in the Science, Technology, and International Affairs program at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. These initiatives focus on international health issues, benefiting students from both the School of Foreign Service and the School of Nursing and Health Studies. Paul J. Maloy is a 1968 graduate of the School of Foreign Service. As a former Senior Vice President at Chemical Bank and recently retired Managing Director at Chase Manhattan Bank, he currently serves as Interim Associate Vice President for Alumni Relations and Interim Executive Secretary of the Alumni Association at Georgetown University. Mr. Maloy is a member of the Georgetown Board of Regents, Board of Governors, and the School of Foreign Service Board of Visitors. Catherine Fowler Maloy is a 1968 graduate of the School of Nursing and Health Studies. In 1989 and 1990, she chaired the Georgetown Alumni Admissions Committee in London. The couple has two daughters, Christine Maloy graduated from the School of Foreign Service in 1992, and Karen Maloy graduated from Georgetown College in 1996.
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Choosing The Right Blower Technology For Wastewater Treatment: Part 2
Choosing The Right Blower Technology For Wastewater Treatment: Part 2
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Amazonian Frogs
There are hundreds of frog species in the Amazon Basin and the diversity of colors and patterns is stunning. Here we see some frogs encountered on GreenTracks Riverboat Expeditions and some Poison Frogs at a breeding facility in Iquitos, Peru.
Meerkats with Shannon Block in Botswana
Shannon Block - President and CEO of the Denver Zoo. Conservation research trip to Botswana, Africa. Shannon is shown with 28 meerkats. Meerkats are carnivores barely the size of a tassel on a lion's tail. They are the most social animal on the planet. They do not have hierarchies and hardly ever display signs of aggression to one another. The entire group assists with raising the young. Lifespan is 8-9 years old. Major enemies include large raptors like eagles, honey badger, jackal and some other large predators.
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050 - Impulse In this video Paul Andersen defines impulse as the product of the force applied and the time over which the force is applied. The impulse of an object is equivalent to the change in momentum of the object. Several problems related to impulse, force, and change in momentum are included. Do you speak another language? Help me translate my videos: http://www.bozemanscience.com/translations/ Music Attribution Title: String Theory Artist: Herman Jolly http://sunsetvalley.bandcamp.com/track/string-theory All of the images are licensed under creative commons and public domain licensing: 2013 Honda Civic Hybrid, 2013. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FX0vsJ5gzSg&feature=youtube_gdata_player. “Baseball.” Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia, September 3, 2014. http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Baseball&oldid=623943780. “Work (physics).” Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia, September 3, 2014. http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Work_(physics)&oldid=622573469.
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Wood Duck Nest Box: Assembly
A great way to enhance the wildlife value and enjoyment of your wetland is to install a duck nest box. Building one is easy. Just follow a few simple steps and you can provide cavity-nesting ducks like wood ducks, goldeneyes and mergansers, a helping hand where natural nesting cavities (such as holes in trees made by woodpeckers, disease or lightening) are scarce. This video is the first in a three-part video series designed to help you learn how to build, install and care for your nest box. Other videos in this series include: Your Nest Box: Installation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TY1bYwGnw9c Your Nest Box: Maintenance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZiImuNckoI&feature=youtu.be
Se× Chat with Pappu & Papa | Episode 01 | Masturbation | Se× Education
The season’s premiere of Se× Chat with Pappu & Papa opens in a seemingly harmless park with Pappu at his Cricket Coaching Class. Things suddenly get hit for a six as Pappu throws his first googly of a question at Papa, Anand about masturbation. How does poor Papa handle this while his own father - the khadoos Pitaji - keeps popping up to both distract and stop him from having ‘the talk’ with his son! Tune in to find out… Durex & Y-Films ka Se× Chat with Pappu & Papa is the most unique show of it’s kind in India - and probably the world. A 5-part series that attempts to demystify Se× and themes around Se× including masturbation, pregnancy, condoms, periods and homoSe×uality in a simple, clean, honest and fun manner. Research clearly shows that Se× talk with parents is directly and clearly linked to safer Se×ual behavior. The series has been heavily researched and ratified by some of the foremost medical experts, top hormonal, gynecological doctors of the country. We hope it creates some genuine social impact, not just locally but globally. So this July… let’s talk about Se×, baby! Check out the trailer here: https://youtu.be/mnzfkjx2p04 And the title song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWjFiObcXsM Presenting Sponsor: Durex Feel Thin Associate Sponsor: Ching’s Desi Chinese A new topic and a new episode of Se× Chat with Pappu & Papa uploads every Tuesday at 12:30pm Next week: Pregnancy Se× Chat with Pappu & Papa now available with subtitles in 9 international languages: English German Spanish Dutch Bahasa Thai Chinese French Malay & soon to be dubbed in 5 Indian languages: Tamil Telugu Kannada Malayalam & Bengali High Fives to • Dr. Piya Ballani Thakkar Cast • Papa, Anand Watsa – Anand Tiwari • Pappu, Punit Watsa – Kabir Sajid • Mamma, Shireen Shaikh Watsa – Sanjeeda Shaikh • Dadi, Usha Watsa – Alka Amin & • Daddu, Vishwanath Watsa – Sachin Pilgaonkar Crew • Producer & Director – Ashish Patil • Writers – Gopal Datt, Devang Kakkad • Story Developed By – Amritpal Bindra, Anand Tiwari • Associate Producer – Nikhil Taneja • Cinematographer – Adil Afsar • Production Designer – Pronita Pal • Associate Director – Shraddha Pasi Jairath • Art Director – Sandeep Pandey • Editor – Antara Lahiri • Music – Superbia • Sound – Hitesh Chaurasia • Styling – Bidisha Kohli • Casting Director – Shanoo Sharma • Hair & Make-up – Ramesh C Panda • Chief AD – Mohit Chhabra • Direction Team – Sayanta Manna, Anugrah Bantawa, Hemant Hajare • Standby Prop - Nabamita Pal • Assistant Stylist - Forum Majithia • 2nd Unit DoP – Zuhair Afsar • Line Producer – Sikandar Rana • Casting Assistant – Charmi Gondalia • Making of & Promos – Taxi Films • Still & Still Moving Pictures Team – Dimple Mathias • Post Production Supervisor – Manish Gaur • Executive Producers – Still & Still Moving Pictures • Y-Films Gang – Adhiraj Singh, Raunaq Bajaj, Sakshi Gurnani Chat with us • Subscribe to us http://goo.gl/GLdkWI • Like us on Facebook https://facebook.com/YFilms • Follow us on https://twitter.com/y_films • Circle us on YRF G+ https://plus.google.com/+yfilms • Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/yrf Se× Chat with Pappu & Papa | A Y-Films Original Series Category: Entertainment License: Standard YouTube License Se× Chat with Pappu & Papa | Episode 01 | Masturbation | Se× Education © Yash Raj Films Pvt. Ltd.
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A Helluva Way to Run a Railroad
Charles "Wick" Moorman delivers the spring 2016 Hyatt Distinguished Alumni Leadership Lecture March 9, 2016. Moorman, BSCE 1975, spent nearly his entire career working for railroad Norfolk Southern, rising eventually to run the company as chairman, president and CEO. And it all started when Moorman was a Georgia Tech co-op student at the company's predecessor, Southern Railway. Moorman retired at the end of 2015. He shares lessons he learned from a life in railroading and a bit about the business of running trains. Learn more about our Hyatt Speaker Series at http://www.ce.gatech.edu/hyatt.
Yelawolf - Daddy's Lambo
Sign up for updates: http://smarturl.it/Yelawolf.News Music video by Yelawolf performing Daddy's Lambo. (C) 2011 DGC Records Best of Yelawolf: https://goo.gl/vy7NZQ Subscribe here: https://goo.gl/ynkVDL
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International Migratory Bird Day - Why Birds Matter
4th annual International Migratory Bird Day, Walk in the Wild in Boulder, Colorado. Kids and adults describe why birds matter to them! For more information on Environment for the Americas and International Migratory Bird Day, visit www.birdday.org
Yelawolf - Punk ft. Travis Barker, Juicy J
Yelawolf “PUNK” feat. Juicy J & Travis Barker is Out Now! http://smarturl.it/PunkYelawolf Follow Yelawolf: http://www.yelawolf.com https://www.instagram.com/yelawolf https://www.facebook.com/yelawolf Music video by Yelawolf performing Punk. (C) 2017 Interscope Records http://vevo.ly/0FA6l9
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Art Wolfe: "Photographs from the Edge" | Talks at Google
Art Wolfe visited Google Kirkland to talk about his 100th book: "Photographs from the Edge: A Master Photographer's Insights on Capturing an Extraordinary World." His work has been featured in many television shows and well known magazines. Along with many other awards for his photographs, he's been awarded with Nature’s Best Photographer of the Year Award, the North American Nature Photography Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award. In this talk, he gives us a peek at some of the pictures in the book which span his career and the fascinating stories behind them.
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National Capital Planning Commission Meeting (USA) - April 5, 2012
Proceedings from the April 5, 2012 meeting of the National Capital Planning Commission.
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Mississippi River Corridor Habitat Assessment
www.stthomas.edu/gale/sustainability/sustainablecommunitiespartnership/ Through the Sustainable Communities Partnership, Lisa Lamb’s and Sami Nichols’ Environmental Science Senior Research Seminar (ESCI 430) collaborated with the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization (MWMO) and the Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership (MRP) on a habitat assessment along an industrial stretch of the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, MN. Environmental science students conducted field surveys on vegetation and wildlife. MWMO and MRP will use this research in efforts to restore this stretch of the river. Visit our website to learn more about this project and the Sustainable Communities Partnership.
A protected Marine Nature Reserve, the Con Dao Islands (of which Con Son is the largest and where you are likely to be staying) can be difficult to get to, with irregular flights from Ho Chi Minh City or an overnight ferry from Vung Tau.. but my goodness, it's worth it! I must confess, the highlight of any travelling around Vietnam for me is usually the food, yet the lack of any real eating options outside of the main hotels didn't still manage to disappoint, as the scenery around Con Dao is so spectacular you'll want to stay forever. I think of all the places I visited in Vietnam Con Dao was possibly one of the most beautiful I've seen. The islands of Con Dao have a tragic history - they lay completely unoccupied until the French occupied Vietnam and used the island as one large prison complex, where prisoners were shackled, starved and beaten, forced into hard labour and subjected to some particularly cruel and unusual punishment. Sadly when the Americans arrived to 'save' Vietnam from Communism they kept the prisons running, and made good use of one of the most barbaric elements, the 'Tiger Cages'; even once their horrific nature had been exposed in the US media they simply built another set deeper in the jungle so the journalists wouldn't find them. Today the prisons serve as a stark reminder of the horrors of war, and many of the islands residents are ex-convicts who decided to stay on the islands rather than return to the mainland. These days the main industries are fishing and shipping, and life on the island is very simple and undeveloped, though there are plans to encourage more tourism to the islands in the future. The entire area is protected by law, so much of the islands are covered by thick forest. A visit to the rangers' station will explain a great deal about the wildlife living on the island, and they are very happy to arrange tours around the jungle or out to the other islands, to see endangered species and to go snorkelling and diving. There are also a number of diving schools on the island, particularly Rainbow Divers. On our visit we hired a motorbike to explore the roads around the island, and went for hikes through the forest and swam on completely deserted beaches, as well as visiting the prisons and museums. It was a true escape from Saigon, a complete contrast to the concrete, traffic and noise, and one we'll remember forever. One of the key organisations protecting the local habitat in Con Dao - as well as in many other national parks across Vietnam - is WWF. If you'd like to help support conservation efforts in Vietnam and preservation of the many endangered species there, we strongly suggest becoming a member - it doesn't cost a lot and while in Vietnam you can see for yourself the difference they are making. Getting to Con Dao
If you want to go by boat there is a hydrofoil service from Vung Tau to Con Dao twice a week at 350,000 VND each way, and also one departing from Tra Vinh in the Mekong Delta which is run by Greenlines. The fares and timetable are no longer advertised on the Vietnamese language version of their website though, so it is worth checking before making the trip to Vung Tau.
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Creation Seminar 1 Age Of The Earth Dr. Kent Hovind (With Subtitles)
Creation Seminar 1 Age Of The Earth Dr. Kent Hovind (With Subtitles) (You can translate the captions into your own language) The first of the Creation Seminar series by Dr. Kent Hovind. In this seminar Dr. Kent Hovind presents all the evidence which proves that the earth is young, which is contrary to the theory of evolution that declares the earth to be millions and millions of years old 0:40. Psalms 10:4 The wicked, through the pride of his countenance, will not seek after God: God is not in all his thoughts. The Two World Views and the Great Questions of Life: 3:14 The Birth of Evolution and the New Age: 5:41 The Lies in the Science Text books: 13:43 Introduction to the Six Types of Evolution: 19:57 Cosmic Evolution (Big Bang Theory): 24:35 Introduction of Evolution into the Textbooks and its Fruits: 43:59 The Age of the Earth: 50:31 The Earth's Small Population for a "Billions of Years Old Planet": 1:06:02 Celestial Evidence: The Galaxy Spiral Arms, Lack of Super Nova Rings, Red Giants to White Dwarfs (Sirius), Planet Cooling (Jupiter), Ganymede's Strong Magnetic Field, Saturn's Rings, Lunar Orbit, Existence of Comets: 1:12:32 Terrestrial Evidence: The Earth's Magnetic Field, Earth's Rotation, World's Largest Desert: Sahara Desert (Only 4000 years old), Existence of Oil Pressure, Ice Rings, Petrification in a Few Years, Mississippi River Delta, World's Oldest Tree (4300-4700 Years Old), World's Largest Reef: Great Barrier Reef (Only 4200 Years Old), Niagara Falls Small Gorge, Low Salinity of the Oceans, Formation of Flow stone Formations in a Few Years, Soil Erosion, Young Historical Texts: 1:22:10 Evolution's Role in the New World Order: 1:45:25 Example of Brainwashing: 1:47:12 Coming to Christ: 1:50:55 Please pray for Dr. Hovind who has been incarcerated for standing on God's side. Please Link Dr. Hovind's videos on facebook, twitter, everywhere, tell your friends and family the truth about lies of Evolution. Links recommended in this Seminar, Utah Lighthouse Ministry: http://utlm.org/ More on Vaccinations: http://vaclib.org/ http://www.tetrahedron.org/ http://www.naturalhealthlibrarian.com/ http://cmdfa.wfzup.servertrust.com/Default.asp Creation Science Evangelism: http://www.creationtoday.org/ Science and The Bible: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fb57xI4dQk&list=PLOO3qLy97ctkfAEGhLM3Ma7RXXYlBSaKA What is the Age of the Earth?: http://wp.me/p4CB1L-gK Modern Technology Which the Bible Predicted Would Be Invented!!: http://wp.me/p4CB1L-MY Does God Exist? Did Science Just Discovered God?: http://wp.me/p4CB1L-Lx How to Become a Christian?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCSUKIhjevo&index=1&list=PLOO3qLy97ctljyMIHhDkXYld81bRf6zKl My Website: http://planetzion.wordpress.com/ My Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/theplanetzion Creation Seminar 2 Garden of Eden (With Subtitles): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOKqB3fr01E
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Lec 8 | MIT 3.091 Introduction to Solid State Chemistry
Born-Haber Cycle Octet Stability by Electron Sharing: Covalent Bonding Lewis Structures Hybridization View the complete course at: http://ocw.mit.edu/3-091F04 License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
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Jaikisan AP | 29th Jan18 | Part -1
Jaikisan AP | 29th Jan18 | Part -1 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For Latest Updates on ETV Channels !! ☛ Visit our Official Website: http://www.etv.co.in ☛ Subscribe to Latest News - https://goo.gl/IdOFqr ☛ Subscribe to our YouTube Channel - http://bit.ly/29G9jkE Enjoy and stay connected with us !! ☛ Like us : https://www.facebook.com/etvjaikisan ☛ Follow us : https://twitter.com/etvjaikisan ☛ Circle us : https://goo.gl/1ySn5s ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Life-saving drones | Samira Hayat | TEDxCERN
The word “drone” has become synonymous with autonomous killing machine. But the technology itself isn’t inherently evil—in fact, drones might be the best solution to some of the world’s biggest problems. Engineer Samir Hayat explains how she is redesigning drones to perform tasks such as search and rescue, and explores how this technology could one day revolutionize humanitarian aid work. "Samira Hayat deeply believes that technology is the solution to many global problems. Her engineering work at the University of Klagenfurt is redefining the role drones play in society.“When I was growing up in Pakistan, all I knew about drones is that they are killing machines,” Hayat said. “I did not know much about what they could do for helping humanity.” Hayat’s is currently creating software and technology that will enables groups of drones to work together as a single unit. She hopes that her work will eventually have applications to larger global issues, such as unmanned search and rescue missions, urgent medical deliveries, and construction in remote areas." This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Shiloh Wind Farm in California Named a Leader in Wildlife Conservation and the Environment
Shiloh Wind Farm in Solano County, California, recently won our Wildlife Protection Program award (WPP) for being a leader in environmental stewardship. Located in one of the largest inland marshes in North America, Shiloh sits on an incredibly wildlife-rich habitat. To lessen the impact of wind turbines on birds and other animals, the entire team at Shiloh worked together with a local biologist to implement innovative bird tracking techniques. Wildlife and wind energy make a good team, and Shiloh works to keep it that way. Learn more about our Shiloh Wind Farm here: http://bit.ly/1zYbWHT Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1xZ0LwZ Twitter: http://bit.ly/1EGvT6G LinkedIn: http://linkd.in/1yLefw0
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America's Wildest Places - Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska
Misty fjords, deep glacial valleys, and lofty mountains distinguish the 1.9 million-acre Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. Kodiak is the "Island of the Great Bear," the Kodiak brown bear that inhabits this wild, rugged Archipelago in the Gulf of Alaska, 252 miles south-west of Anchorage. Today, the refuge has a global conservation role - to instil regard for bears, salmon, and other wildlife within the largest intact, pristine island ecosystem. Kodiak's diverse habitats encompass 117 salmon-bearing streams, 16 lakes, riparian wetlands, grasslands, shrub lands, spruce forest, tundra, and alpine meadows. Collectively these habitats sustain 3,000 bears, account for up to 30 million salmon caught by the Kodiak-based fishing fleet, support more than 400 breeding pairs of bald eagles, and provide essential migration and breeding habitat for another 250 species of fish, birds and mammals. Such natural abundance and spectacular scenery attracts thousands of visitors to the refuge annually. WILDLIFE & HABITAT Refuge terrain is mostly mountainous dissected by fiords and deep river valleys carved by ancient glaciers. Diverse refuge wildlands, ranging from Sitka spruce forest on Afognak Island to rolling tundra on the Aliulik Peninsula, help sustain brown bears, bald eagles, Sitka-black tailed deer, red fox, river otter, ermine, tundra vole, and little brown bats along with other wildlife. Kodiak brown bears are a distinct subspecies from mainland brown bears; they have been isolated on the archipelago since the last ice age, about 12,000 years ago. A rich variety of vegetation, salmon, and berries provide ideal habitat for bears, and their population flourishes - estimated at about 3,000 bears within the boundaries of the Kodiak Refuge. TRAVEL & TOURISM Kodiak Refuge offers superb recreational opportunities—an ideal destination for wildlife viewing, hunting, hiking, kayaking, fishing, camping, and other types of outdoor adventures. If you enjoy getting outdoors and looking for wildlife, Kodiak provides incredible opportunities for viewers and photographers! From birding to bear watching, visitors come from all over the world to enjoy observing species in their wild habitat. Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge offers a number of environmental education programs for a variety of audiences. Is your school, youth, environmental or other group interested in learning more about the wildlife, plants, habitats and ecology of Kodiak? Contact or visit the refuge Visitor Center to check on program availability and reservation policies. Popular fishing destinations such as the Karluk, Uganik, and Ayakulik Rivers offer world-class fishing opportunities for salmon, steelhead, and rainbow trout. Hunting is a popular activity on the refuge. As practiced on refuges, hunting, trapping and fishing do not pose a threat to wildlife populations, and in some instances are necessary for sound wildlife management. The Kodiak Refuge Visitor Center is located at 402 Center Ave, Kodiak. Getting there: Visiting Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge can be the experience of a lifetime! Getting to the refuge is not as simple as jumping into a car or strapping on a pair of hiking boots. The refuge covers 1.9 million acres on Kodiak, Uganik, Ban, and Afognak islands, areas only accessible by floatplane or boat. Before departing for a trip into the Refuge, visitors typically reach the island of Kodiak by air from Anchorage. Listings for lodging, tours, air charters and outfitters are available through the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce at (907) 486-7605. For questions about recreation, please contact the Refuge Visitor Center at 907-487-2626 Yaroooh! for Kids | News - Magazine http://www.Yaroooh.com https://www.youtube.com/user/YarooohForKids
2014-2015 Delaware Athletics Community Service
Delaware Athletics are in a strong position to give back. Here is what they do and why they do it
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Energy efficiency; making savings at source: EurActiv Stakeholder Workshop
Efficient energy : Making savings at source http://www.euractiv.com EurActiv Stakeholder Workshop, Brussels, December 2011 The forecasters agree: European energy consumption will rise in the decades ahead -- and eclipse demand-side efficiency and conservation gains, as it does so. Electric power and heat will make up the bulk of the surge. They already account for 40% of end-use Energy consumption. So reducing CO2 emissions will requires continuous innovations and efficiency gains on the energy supply-side -- producing and delivering more energy from fewer inputs. Industrial groups say that supply-side efficiency measures have the potential to significantly reduce the EU's carbon emissions and meet primary energy savings targets. They estimate that supply-side savings could contribute up to 35% of the EU's 2020 policy goal of a 20% carbon emissions reduction - and up to 30% of the targeted 20% increase in energy efficiency by the same date. Among the topics discussed: • Which supply-side energy efficiency measures offer the most value on the road to meeting the 2020 challenge? • What is the role for innovations such as fuel switching, plant optimisation, smart grids, combined heat and power systems and waste heat recovery? • How can we ensure that new power generation and infrastructure reflects the best available technology (BAT)? • What are the best practices and innovative models available to finance projects? • How can plant owners be enticed to invest in efficiency improvements? • What role do local authorities have to play? Invited contributors include: - Paul Hodson, Head of Unit Energy efficiency and Intelligent Energy, DG ENER - Judith Merkies, MEP - Markus Becker, Head of Public Affairs Europe for GE Energy - Michael Brown, Director, Delta - Arianna Vitali, WWF policy officer for energy
Views: 255 EURACTIV
GE's Markus Becker on Energy efficiency; making savings at source
Efficient energy : Making savings at source http://www.euractiv.com EurActiv Stakeholder Workshop, Brussels, December 2011 The forecasters agree: European energy consumption will rise in the decades ahead -- and eclipse demand-side efficiency and conservation gains, as it does so. Electric power and heat will make up the bulk of the surge. They already account for 40% of end-use Energy consumption. So reducing CO2 emissions will requires continuous innovations and efficiency gains on the energy supply-side -- producing and delivering more energy from fewer inputs. Industrial groups say that supply-side efficiency measures have the potential to significantly reduce the EU's carbon emissions and meet primary energy savings targets. They estimate that supply-side savings could contribute up to 35% of the EU's 2020 policy goal of a 20% carbon emissions reduction - and up to 30% of the targeted 20% increase in energy efficiency by the same date. Among the topics discussed: • Which supply-side energy efficiency measures offer the most value on the road to meeting the 2020 challenge? • What is the role for innovations such as fuel switching, plant optimisation, smart grids, combined heat and power systems and waste heat recovery? • How can we ensure that new power generation and infrastructure reflects the best available technology (BAT)? • What are the best practices and innovative models available to finance projects? • How can plant owners be enticed to invest in efficiency improvements? • What role do local authorities have to play? Invited contributors include: - Paul Hodson, Head of Unit Energy efficiency and Intelligent Energy, DG ENER - Judith Merkies, MEP - Markus Becker, Head of Public Affairs Europe for GE Energy - Michael Brown, Director, Delta - Arianna Vitali, WWF policy officer for energy
Views: 385 EURACTIV
deadspace2 ch10 Ishimura
This summary playthrough focusing on story segments only. Most travelling and std battles will be cut out. Chapter 10 - Ishimura. Making to the captain's nest to activate the gravity tethers. Timeline 00:30 - 2 Logs, 1 power node ( washroom ) 03:25 - Audio Log 03:54 - 1st Battle Area 04:05 - End of Battle Area ( P.N. ) 05:17 - centrifuge 07:15 - Stasis Room ( P.N. ) 07:33 - Nicole's room( P.N. ) 07:52 - Secure Storage ( L.M.P ) 10:18 - Activate gravity tethers... end of chapter There are no battles until you reach the corridor where you first got the stasis ability in DS1 ( at least on easy ). The first savepoint area contains an optional path to the washroom; you will need to move the boxes out of the way to open the door. But once you do that, you should find two logs along the way. The corridor contains battles with brutes and other units. Watch your back as well. At the end, is an lift control panel and a power node. There is nothing to the centrifuge. Just piece it together until it goes green. The stasis room brings back memories of where you fought and ejected that monster from DS1. Here the power node is in the same spot. The secure storage contains a Large Med Pack. That's all that is really useful. At the command center deck near the captain's nest, are some stalkers, spitters, and other units. Just a thought... While you move from deck to deck with the tram and sometimes manually by foot, the ship does seem very small compared to DS1.
Views: 192 DestructoWave
Little Fuzzy by H. Beam Piper
Jack Holloway, a prospector on the planet Zarathustra discovers small furry creatures. These creatures are obviously intelligent, but are they animals or are they sapient? If they are sapient the planet will be declared a protected zone and the company that is developing the planet commercially will lose their exclusive rights to the resources... Chapter 01 - 00:00 Chapter 02 - 23:20 Chapter 03 - 50:23 Chapter 04 - 1:07:42 Chapter 05 - 1:20:03 Chapter 06 - 1:52:39 Chapter 07 - 2:22:13 Chapter 08 - 2:48:48 Chapter 09 - 3:13:08 Chapter 10 - 3:31:23 Chapter 11 - 3:53:56 Chapter 12 - 4:09:22 Chapter 13 - 4:35:08 Chapter 14 - 4:43:51 Chapter 15 - 5:15:53 Chapter 16 - 5:26:02 Chapter 17 - 5:42:59
Views: 3555 Audiobooks Unleashed
Wildlife Biologist or Bust
This video is about Agriculture sustainability through wildlife biology job description. And its awesome and funny so I recommend you watch it.
Views: 30 Alicia Bagley
Livelihood of Villagers Along Cambodia's Tonle Sap Lake Threatened
Villagers on Tonle Sap Lake in Cambodia, who depend on fishing for subsistence, say their livelihoods are threatened by illegal commercial fishing, which continues after a government ban. And they say authorities in charge of enforcing the ban are being bribed to look the other way. More in this report from Say Mony of VOA's Khmer Service -- narrated by Wayne Bowman.
Views: 1410 VOA News
Prime Minister Stephen Harper - Aug 10, 2010- Cranbrook BC
Commenting on The Economic Action Plan
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Vietnam Bamboo Village - Last Year's Equator Prize winner
UNDP -- 23 March 2012 - The Equator Initiative announced yesterday the names of twenty-five local community groups to receive the Equator Prize 2012 in recognition of their outstanding contributions to sustainable development. The winners were selected from 812 nominations submitted by communities in 113 countries across the developing world. This film highlight's one of 2011 winner of the prize, Dr. Diep Thi My Hanh and the Phu An Bamboo village in Vietnam. The winners will be celebrated at a high level event during the Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development. They will receive a monetary award and participate in a 'community summit' that will run in parallel to the larger conference. "We wanted to make this a truly global award, so expanded eligibility to all countries receiving support from UNDP. The overwhelming response from 113 countries in 13 languages tells us there is a world of community-based innovation out there, and that demand for a better future transcends borders," said UNDP Administrator Helen Clark. "These community efforts are heroic and inspiring. And that is what the Equator Prize is all about -- shining a spotlight on the women and men on the front lines of sustainable development. At UNDP, we are so deeply proud of leading this initiative and giving communities a voice." Many of the foundational issues to be discussed at the landmark Rio+20 Conference are represented in the pool of winners: food security, sustainable jobs, freshwater access, sustainable energy, oceans, and more. The Equator Initiative is a partnership that brings together the UN, governments, civil society, businesses and grassroots organizations to advance local sustainable development solutions for people, nature and resilient communities. The Equator Prize, which has been endorsed by former Heads of State Gro Harlem Brundtland and Oscar Arias, philanthropist Ted Turner, a host of Nobel laureates, and celebrities Gisele Bündchen and Edward Norton, is celebrating its 10-year anniversary this year. Current partners of the initiative include: Conservation International; Convention on Biological Diversity; Ecoagriculture Partners; Fordham University; German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development; International Union for Conservation of Nature; The Nature Conservancy; Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Rare; Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA); UNEP; UNDP; and UN Foundation.
Views: 970 UNECOSOC
Spa Massage Music: Quiet Music for Massage, Bath and Shower. Zen Spa Music for Relaxation and Yoga
Spa Massage Music: Quiet Music for Massage, Bath and Shower. Zen Spa Music for Relaxation and Yoga by @relax_river ► If you like this music, please subscribe http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=relaxriverofficial ...more great relaxing music to come! You can use this 50 minutes massage music in many ways: as originally conceived for SPA, is also great as meditation music, homework music or sleep music. It also fits for yoga exercises, for reiki, for chilling out, or as beautiful ambient music. This peaceful music usually also works as anti-stress or anti-headache, and for every kind of meditation in order to give relief. ---- Relaxriver provides you music for relaxation, study and meditation. We are a collective of musicians who compose calming music for passion, everyday. We hope that what we like is exactly what you like: using music to free our minds, reach a state of peaceful joy and soothingness. With our relaxing music you can afford mental and physical relief, motivate yourself, sleep better, chill, free yourself from fears and anxiety, and restore selfconfidence. Relaxriver: your daily stream of wellness. Are you feeling comfy now? You can find us also on twitter: http://twitter.com/relax_river
Ziggy Stardust Snake, Klingon Newt & Dragon-Like Lizard -163 New Species Found In Greater Mekong
A rainbow-headed snake resembling David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust character, a dragon-like lizard and a newt that looks like Klingon from Star Trek are among the 163 new species recently discovered by scientists in the Greater Mekong Region, according to a report released by WWF. The report, Species Oddity, documents the work of hundreds of scientists who discovered nine amphibians, 11 fish, 14 reptiles, 126 plants and three mammals in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. These discoveries bring the total new species of plants, bird mammals, reptiles, fish and amphibians discovered in the Greater Mekong Region to 2,409 since WWF began compiling new species reports in 1997. “These scientists, the unsung heroes of conservation, know they are racing against time to ensure that these newly discovered species are protected,” said Jimmy Borah, Wildlife Program Manager for WWF-Greater Mekong. The Greater Mekong is also home to some of the planet’s most endangered wild species, including the tiger, saola, Asian elephant, Mekong dolphin and Mekong giant catfish. The region is under intense development pressure that threatens the survival of the natural landscapes that make it so unique. Poaching puts additional pressure on the region’s wildlife, meaning many species could be lost before they are even discovered. A rainbow-headed snake, Parafimbrios lao, that has been likened to David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust character was found among steep karst cliffs in Northern Laos and while originally thought to exist in only one location, it has since been seen in a second one, increasing its chances of survival. The Phuket Horned Tree Agamid, Acanthosaura phuketensis, has a fearsome set of horns on its head and spine and was found among the few remaining forest patches on the popular Thai tourist island of Phuket. It is threatened by rapid habitat loss and collection for the pet trade. A bat, Murina kontumensis, found in the Central Highlands of Vietnam with thick and woolly fur on its head and forearms. A newt between 6 and 7 cm long, distinguished by a dorsal ridge and unique red markings. Only the fourth newt species found to exist in Thailand. With its striking red and black markings contrasting dramatically with the green of the surrounding landscape, these newts add to the list of unique amphibians found in Thailand. A new frog species from Cambodia and Vietnam, Leptolalax isos, has a name that is about as long as its body. At 3 cm, this diminutive amphibian is threatened by some major forces – logging, agricultural expansion and hydroelectric projects. A gecko discovered in the remote karst mountains of Laos by a team of scientists who often had to rely on water dripping off stalactites in caves. Gekko bonkowskii is believed to be the discovery that may hold the key to understanding lizard evolution in the Annamite Mountain Range. A rare banana species discovered in Northern Thailand. With a fluorescent red flower blossom and significant tiny flower structures differing from all other members of the banana family, only two small populations of the species have been discovered. A plant from the Chin Hills of North-western Myanmar that has two petal coverings (sepals) resembling mouse ears. Discovered on Mount Victoria, Impatiens kingdon-wardii is a reminder that Myanmar’s rich biodiversity needs protection as the country rapidly opens up to development. Check out the Species Oddity Report at http://wwf.panda.org/what_we_do/where... New Species Discoveries in 2015. A rainbow-headed snake, a dragon-like lizard and a newt that looks like a Klingon from Star Trek are just three of the 163 new species discovered in the Greater Mekong region in 2015. Rainbow snake, tiny frog among new Mekong species. Rainbow 'Ziggy Stardust' snake among new Mekong delta discoveries. More than 150 new species found in Greater Mekong region. cientists discover 163 new species in Greater Mekong region: WWF. Pale blue gecko, rainbow-headed snake among 163 new species discovered in the Greater Mekong: WWF. Greater Mekong, South-east Asia: 163 new species discovered in WWF Species Oddity report. 163 new species discovered in Asia's Greater Mekong region. More than 150 new species found in Greater Mekong region. 163 elusive species have just been discovered, including a rainbow-headed snake and a very rare banana. Scientists discover 163 new species in Greater Mekong region: WWF. Rainbow-headed snake, dragon-like lizard among 163 new species discovered in the Greater Mekong. The World Has 37 New Kinds Of Animals. Scientists discover 163 new species in Greater Mekong region in South-East Asia. Rainbow-headed snake, dragon-like lizard among 163 new species discovered in the Greater Mekong. Click link to subscribe to Red Phoenix Channel : http://www.youtube.com/user/TheRedPhoenixOne?sub_confirmation=1 Click to view this channel for more videos : https://www.youtube.com/user/TheRedPhoenixOne
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