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Georgia Wild - Bat Houses
 
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Whether you want bats to move out of your house or you want bats to move into your yard, a bat house might be the solution.
Views: 1425 GeorgiaWildlife
Wind Energy Companies Work With USFWS On Conservation Plan
 
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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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How to track a bat
 
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"There's ultrasound all around us," Tory Rhoads, a wildlife biologist with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, said in an interview. Rhoads was showing Juneau Empire reporter Kevin Gullufsen how to use this Anabat CF2, a bat detector that can pick up ultrasonic sound inaudible to the human ear, which she uses to monitor threatened bats in Southeast Alaska. Read more in Sunday's newspaper .... (Video by Alex McCarthy | Juneau Empire)
Views: 253 Juneau Empire
Fever The Ghost - SOURCE (official music video)
 
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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
Views: 22118354 Felix Colgrave
Ziggy Stardust Snake, Klingon Newt & Dragon-Like Lizard -163 New Species Found In Greater Mekong
 
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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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Bats in Transylvania
 
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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.
Views: 703 APLR
How To Roll A Suit
 
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http://www.johnchow.com How I pack 10 days worth of cloth into a carry-on bag by rolling my suit.
Views: 494003 John Chow
Communicating Conservation Science: Influencing Change
 
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A panel discussion on communicating conservation science and influencing change, moderated by Margo McKnight of the Wildlands Network. Participants: Brett Jenks, Rare; Rachel Graham, Wildlife Conservation Society; and Randy Olson, Prairie Starfish Productions. WWF is always looking for new ways to advance the scientific foundation that supports our global conservation work. Learn more about the Fuller Symposium and the Kathryn Fuller Science for Nature Fund: http://www.worldwildlife.org/science/fellowships/fuller/fuller-symposium-2011.html
Views: 457 World Wildlife Fund
Philippines and Hong Kong
 
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Three weeks of exploring the Philippines and Hong Kong! Music: Best Music Mix 2018 - Summer Mix | Best Of Deep House Remixes 2018
Views: 360 Marika Andersson
Amazing! Kids catch big fishes with fishing net.
 
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Amazing! Kids catch big fishes with fishing net. Thank you for watching our TH Daily Video Channel. We're living in Mekong river delta, Vietnam and in our channel, we want to show you lifestyle of people who live in the countryside of south Vietnam, especially the life of poor children. Watch through our videos, you could know how they live, how the people here find for their food. Some of our videos you may interested in: - A poor man catches eels with a short pole. https://youtu.be/P5a_A7KgQAY - How to get giant delicious oysters.https://youtu.be/SS7Hqsb2D1E - Have you ever been bitten by a big crab? Watch this video and imagine. https://youtu.be/vCNmG12Z5LY - To be thrilled, excited and afraid: The feeling of hunting snakes at night. https://youtu.be/ojduWwdvS_M - Go fishing in Mekong river: Beautiful scene, fresh air and big fishes.https://youtu.be/IZNG88g29kc - Catching snake, cooking snake and eating snake curry. https://youtu.be/v7leEzn-CKs - Catching fish and making delicious chilli dried fish. https://youtu.be/7FqF9n1ufug - Catching eels and making hot steamed eel in earth pot. https://youtu.be/uK3n_VaJRK0 - Watch the children in Mekong river delta catching snake and playing with snake https://youtu.be/T1j0q7BA8E0 - Poor children in Mekong river delta catch mouse for food. https://youtu.be/mIiOsEE13zc - Clever boys catch snakes with a snake-trap in Mekong river delta. https://youtu.be/stE6Hgo8zwc - Digging snake hole, a little boy catches a big snake.https://youtu.be/MbXbDKfCFtE - Amazing! Little children catch big fish. https://youtu.be/uwtHu4Em5PE - Wow! What a big snake! Children catch a big snake with trap. https://youtu.be/QXm9QpYlyH0 - Children making delicious grilled fish in bamboo tube. https://youtu.be/0ZhR8Pd2s4M - Wow! With a simple snake trap, the kids catch big snake. https://youtu.be/IBOa4_VQU0s - Cooking snake with coconut: a luxury meal of poor children. https://youtu.be/DPbKfNcHu04 - Catching fish in the canal: the fun of children in countryside. https://youtu.be/VggPdhaAw0c - Have you ever eaten mouse meat? Let try. How delicious it is! https://youtu.be/D01jV3521HE - Clever kids! Catch big fish with fish trap. https://youtu.be/cL713fH5A_4 - Amazing! Brave kids catch big snakes. https://youtu.be/WEkCIwQsRjY - Kids cook snake with papaya: a special meal. https://youtu.be/KRVuKNSNZAw - Amazing! Kids catch big fishes with fishing net. https://youtu.be/JuAX5nOUruE - Wow! Intelligent boy catches big python. https://youtu.be/UxtBo7uhEUU - Scooping water off the canal, kids catch big fish. https://youtu.be/UkTV3uAupOo - Fried snake: Big meal of poor children. https://youtu.be/2-V9mvppBI0 - Kids catch mouse for food and protect rice crop https://youtu.be/l4CXDvgMtI4 - Amazing kids! Catching big snakes with fishing net. https://youtu.be/fSzDQY4dGk8 - Catch big fish in the canal. https://youtu.be/yu6PxMKdV8g
Views: 33030 TH Daily
Energy efficiency; making savings at source: EurActiv Stakeholder Workshop
 
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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
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Fish Predation Studies -- Large Mouth Bass
 
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Louise Conrad (California Department of Water Resources, Division of Environmental Services) gives a presentation on predation of salmonids by Large Mouth Bass at the State of the Science Workshop on Fish Predation on Salmonids in the Bay-Delta Watershed.
Views: 1763 CDFW
Conservation of Forest UNDP-EU
 
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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
Views: 67 MY SMART MOVIE
NATURA 2000 - what is that?
 
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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.
Views: 1064 Eifel Biostationen
INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAI‘I: Balancing the Endangered and Invasive Among Us
 
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INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAI‘I gave several environmental agencies a difficult assignment: collaborate, prioritize and come up with a list of the top five indigenous species we must save – and the top five invasive species we must eliminate. The nene (goose), ‘io (hawk) and honu (sea turtle) might be on one list. The coqui frog, miconia and fire ants could be found on the other. Find out the results in this live discussion. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Coordinating Group on Alien Pest Species and The Nature Conservancy were the groups who collaborated on the lists.
Views: 314 PBSHawaiiorg
What do we need Europe for in nature conservation?
 
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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
This is Conservation: Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge
 
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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.
Views: 337 FWSPacificSouthWest
Lec 8 | MIT 3.091 Introduction to Solid State Chemistry
 
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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
Views: 43457 MIT OpenCourseWare
ධම්මික පෙරේරාගේ ව්‍යවසායකත්ව මනස  - Dhammika Perera's Speech (With English Subtitle)
 
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An evening with a corporate leader session on “My Entrepreneurship Mind and the Leadership Heart” with Mr. Dhammika Perera, Chairman & Managing Director of Vallibel One Group
Views: 118252 Vallibel ONE
The world's worst baggage handler? - worryingly funny
 
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Wait for the guy in the high-viz vest........
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Adventure & Conservation in Mexico & Belize
 
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A highlight reel from my solo trip to Mexico & Belize in May 2014. Making this has taken way longer than I'd like, but deciding what to cut from this epic trip has been a tough choice. There's so much more stuff that just couldn't fit into 3.5 minutes. The trip started in Cancun with a visit to the Chichen Itza and some cliff diving into Cenote Ik Kil. After a day on the beach, it was time to take my Advanced Open Water diving certification. Alfredo from Luum-Ha divers was a great teacher and friend, and put me at ease from the beginning. As well as the skills I needed to demonstrate on the dives, we managed some memorable events such as my first wreck, my first swim-through, and a day trip out to Cozumel. (0:49) After leveling up, I went down to Tulum to dive in some of the cenotes there. A day trip to Dos Ojos was spectular, if a little intimidating. Fresh water is quite a different beast from salt water, and controlling buoyancy while in caverns in the dark isn't for the faint of heart! Both dives were incredible, though surfacing mid-dive the Bat Cave was really special. (1:05) After Tulum, it was a terrifying, turbulent flight on a Cessna Caravan (single propeller plan, with 4 people on it) to Belize to meet the other volunteers for the WCS turtle conservation program I'd signed up to do. After meeting in Dangriga, we took a tiny boat in the morning for a 2 hour journey to Glover's Reef. Breathtaking, and tiny, this was our home for the next week, where we spent every day out free diving to catch turtles. Primarily we were looking for larger Hawksbill turtles, but we also caught one Green turtle too. The turtles were each tagged with a GPS transmitter to better understand where the turtles in this area of Belize migrate to when they reach adulthood. After the serious stuff was over, we got some diving in. We spotted a nurse shark from a distance, but the most memorable part of this dive was the remora that really wanted to attach itself to one of us and followed us for the whole dive! (2:09) After Glover's Reef it was on to San Pedro in Belize for a few last days of diving and relaxation before heading home. This is where I got my first up-close encounter with a nurse shark, hung out with some green turtles while they were eating and chilling out, glimpsed an eagle ray, but more memorable than any of that, came face to face with a manatee. Thanks to everyone that made this trip special, including the WCS, staff and volunteers, Alfredo, Fernando, Paty, my trusty GoPro, and that inquisitive manatee.
Views: 249 Martin Hutchinson
Ciudadano Científico / Citizen Scientist
 
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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.
Views: 711 FideicomisoPR
The Benefits Of The Local Bat Population
 
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Colleen McRoberts - Open Space Coordinator, Bernalillo County Ernest W. Valdez - Ph.D. Wildlife Biologist UNM
Views: 140 Morning Brew
How to Ace a Telephone Interview & Get the Job
 
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Watch more How to Ace Job Interviews videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/180143-How-to-Ace-a-Telephone-Interview-and-Get-the-Job Step 1: Arrange a good time Arrange a time when you can speak freely without interruptions. That means no kids, dogs, or nosy co-workers anywhere nearby. Tip Keep your resume on hand in case an employer calls unannounced. Step 2: Give good phone Take the call on a landline; cell phones are vulnerable to poor reception and dropped calls. If you have call waiting, check with your phone service about suspending it during scheduled interviews. Whatever phone number you left as your contact, make sure its outgoing message is professional. Step 3: Prepare notes Unlike an in-person interview, you can have notes in front of you. Take advantage by setting up information cheat sheets about the company and your interviewer. Organize your notes in bulleted points so you don't sound rehearsed, and prepare answers to common questions, like, "Why do you want to work for our company?" Tip If your interviewer is in another part of the country, check their local news so you'll have some timely icebreakers ready. Step 4: Know your salary needs Know your salary requirements. Because phone interviews are sometimes a way to narrow an applicant pool, many prospective employers begin the dialogue with that discussion. Step 5: Rehearse Record a mock phone interview with a friend so you can correct any verbal tics like speaking too fast or saying "you know" too often. Step 6: Make silence golden Make sure you're far away from anything that could make a distracting sound, and be sure to mute your computer, cell phone, and PDA to avoid interruptions. Step 7: Give a performance Sit or stand up straight during the interview, wear something professional, and smile when you speak. You may feel silly, but speech experts say it will make you sound more alert and self-possessed. Tip Use a headset if you can. It will allow you to move around and make the gestures you normally make when you speak, which will help you come across as more relaxed and confident. Step 8: Shut up occasionally Don't be a blabbermouth. The interviewer is likely taking notes, so give them some time to do so. Step 9: Send a thank you End a phone interview the way you would end an in-person one – by sending a written note or e-mail thanking the interviewer for their time and reiterating your interest in the position. Did You Know? A candidate who flushed the toilet during a phone interview made a top-10 list of the worst job-hunter blunders.
Views: 383681 Howcast
अब तक का सबसे मोटिवेशनल वीडियो | Most Inspiring Video | Dr Vivek Bindra
 
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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
 
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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.
Views: 305 Global Georgetown
Impulse
 
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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.
Views: 218347 Bozeman Science
World's Largest Cottonmouth Snake - Mossy Oak
 
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What would you do in this situation? The Mossy Oak crew came across this venomous cottonmouth (water moccasin) while out planting a duck hole in the summer. You just never know what you might run into down here in the south. Click the link below to subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLRfBKtLU7FP11cdtdvScWA?sub_confirmation=1 Mossy Oak: http://www.mossyoak.com https://www.facebook.com/MossyOak http://www.instagram.com/MossyOak https://twitter.com/MossyOak
Views: 7558284 Mossy Oak
Mod-01 Lec-18 Lecture 18 : Effect of Heat release on the Acoustic Field
 
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Acoustic Instabilities in Aerospace Propulsion by Prof. R.I. Sujith, Department of Aerospace Engineering, IIT Madras. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Creation Seminar 1 Age Of The Earth Dr. Kent Hovind (With Subtitles)
 
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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
Views: 5733 Planet Zion
Livelihood of Villagers Along Cambodia's Tonle Sap Lake Threatened
 
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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
Yelawolf - Punk ft. Travis Barker, Juicy J
 
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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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Wildlife Conservation Society: 120 Ways NY is Wild
 
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The Wildlife Conservation Society was looking to celebrate 120 years of saving wildlife while raising awareness and traffic to their parks. After 20 years of stagnant traffic, they were looking to be top of mind with New Yorkers as a great place to spend their spring and summer weekends (or weekdays!). The organization owns and/or manages the Bronx Zoo, New York Aquarium, Central Park Zoo, Prospect Park Zoo and Queens Zoo. While the parks are largely known as a tourist attraction, the goal was to target the residents of the New York metropolitan area and remind them how close their wild neighbors are. You never know when you might need a cup of sugar…or bamboo!
Views: 300 Edelman
Yelawolf - Daddy's Lambo
 
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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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America's Wildest Places - Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska
 
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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
Jaikisan AP | 29th Jan18 | Part -1
 
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A Helluva Way to Run a Railroad
 
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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.
Wildlife Biologist or Bust
 
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This video is about Agriculture sustainability through wildlife biology job description. And its awesome and funny so I recommend you watch it.
Views: 32 Alicia Bagley
2014-2015 Delaware Athletics Community Service
 
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Delaware Athletics are in a strong position to give back. Here is what they do and why they do it
Views: 287 UDBlueHens
GE's Markus Becker on Energy efficiency; making savings at source
 
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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: 386 EURACTIV
Green Team Conservation Charity Edinburgh Scotland -  Green Volunteer Programme - Volunteer Projects
 
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Short video promoting the Green Team, an environmental charity which works with young people to restore and conserve wild places. Subscribe to my channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=WillowCreekPictures Watch this video and more in the 'My Videos' playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUvAv2FgLlwCqPlCwmB_TmCPGAGYf8aU9 Green Team Conservation Charity: Alan Andrew Taylor Promotional Video Credits: Producer/Editor/Distributor: Alan Taylor; https://www.youtube.com/user/WillowCreekPictures Camera Operator (s): John Craigen, Alan Taylor & Kim Meechan Sound Recordist: Mel Hallwood Boom Operator: Ali Mclaren Music composed by Kevin MacLeod Deliberate Thought Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) ISRC: USUAN1100261 Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Evening Fall (Harp) Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) ISRC: USUAN1100236 Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Special Thanks: Green Team, Penny Radway, Kate Hedges, Jewel & Esk College, Edinburgh Film Focus & all of the participants in making this video. Video Shot on HVX200 Cam 4:3 Visit my channel for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/WillowCreekPictures Subscribe to receive new videos in your feed: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=WillowCreekPictures http://www.greenteam.org.uk/ The Green Team is a natural resource conservation group based in the City of Edinburgh, Scotland consisting entirely of volunteers who give up their time, volunteering for the conservation and sustainability of our wild places in and around the Lothians which includes the areas around Edinburgh, Midlothian and East Lothian. The groups main body of volunteering is by young people, aged 14-25 who come along on various day and weekend projects going green green to save the environment through volunteer work who learn about the natural heritage, environmental issues as well as the importance of protecting our environment and recycling. Since 1995, a total of over 1700 young people have worked with the Green Team within the United Kingdom improving their local area with one of the conservation organizations inviting conservation for kids where young people to carry out a community service for their area. There are also offers of conservation jobs and conservation careers with the Green Team. The Green Team wildlife conservation work projects are highly practical, full of fun and teamwork, conservation efforts aiming to teach environment protection; don't believe me then keep reading on. The environmental protection projects typically include activities such as nature walks, bird watching, learning to use tools in safety and using natural resources to create artwork, learning how to live green. Joining the Green Team gives you the chance to gain some experience working with a conservation and environment organization meeting new people and above all to have fun. Each day costs £10 per person which also includes mini bus transport a a mug of hot chocolate and even some roasted marshmallows for the green conservative. In addition to the day projects, the Green Team also run green conservation weekend residential projects where volunteers stay in a hostel or temporary accommodation for the evening. If you are are a UK environmental conservationist, you can also get involved with the Green Team as part of your Duke of Edinburgh Award Service Section by volunteering to come along to a number of Green Team projects and also as part of your John Muir Award. Here's how you can achieve your awards: Gold -- 10 days over 10 months Silver -- Six days over 6 months Bronze -- 4 days over 3 months I produced this video for the Green Team in 2009 as part of my HND in Film and Television production where I thought of many of the conservation groups who might be interested in having a promotional video for their website. I had joined the Green Team myself in 2006 so had many prior experiences of volunteering with the team on their weekend and day projects. I really enjoyed making this video as I had more creative control over the look of the final piece and because of it's topic in the outdoors which is a passion of my own. I entered the film into the annual Edinburgh Cine and Video Society competition and won some awards for Best Overall Film with the Lizar's Trophy, Best use of Editing with the Reg Carden Scissors and also the Bill Walker Trophy for best use of sound. It's also been shortlisted in the Source magazine, a young people's magazine short film competition with the finalists announced at the Glasgow Film Theatre in October, 2010. © Blue Orca Digital 2008 & © Green Team 2008
Views: 11878 BlueOrcaDigitalTV
This American Land Season 3: Episode 302
 
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Artificial cave fights deadly bat disease White nose fungus is likely to be the worst wildlife disaster of our time, and researchers in Tennessee hope that a human-built cave can attract enough hibernating bats to slow the spread of the infection Rocky Mountain fracking riles Colorado residents Rich deposits of oil shale in Garfield County yield huge amounts of natural gas and oil for energy companies, but local residents are pushing back against intrusive air and water pollution, noise and traffic Colorado farmers and ranchers win fight against drilling The federal government shelved plans to auction leases for oil and gas drilling in the North Fork Valley after local residents came out overwhelmingly against it as a threat to their new economy rooted in tourism, wineries and organic produce Backpacking with llamas in Oregon Older hikers have an alternative to carrying heavy backpacks: an outfitter providing sturdy, affable llamas loaded with chairs, tables, wine and other luxuries that allow full enjoyment of wilderness treks without aches and pains
Views: 995 ThisAmericanLand
Wildlife Biology
 
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Views: 395 Apex Clean Energy
Little Fuzzy by H. Beam Piper
 
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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: 4001 Audiobooks Unleashed
PvdA MEP Judith Merkies on Energy efficiency; making savings at source
 
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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: 288 EURACTIV
Sabi feat. Tyga - Cali Love [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO]
 
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Cali Love by Sabi - Feat. Tyga Get "Cali Love on iTunes:" http://SmartUrl.it/CaliLove Links: http://OfficialSabi.com Http://Facebook.com/SabiOfficial Http://Twitter.com/SabiSoundz
Views: 1942801 Sabi
Alaska Sea Life Center - Distance Learning
 
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Donate Now: http://www.alaskasealife.org/New/about-ASLC/index.php?page=donations.php Just by watching this video you are donating to this non-profit, thanks to our advertisers. So why not support the fight and send it to a few friends! Charity Name: Alaska Sea Life Center Category: Animal Welfare Subscribe to VISO Give! - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=give
Views: 202 VISO Give
Birdman at the Cosumnes River Preserve
 
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Welcome to "In the Field" where BLM California managers introduce public lands that they manage. Now, let Harry McQuillen introduce you to the Cosumnes River Preserve, which he manages.
Views: 1100 BLMCALIFORNIA
HOME (2009)
 
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Director: Yann Arthus-Bertrand Producer: Luc Besson, Denis Carot Genre: Documentary / World Cinema Country: France Language: English / AR / CH / DE / EN / ES / FR / IT / PT / RO / RU subtitles The Earth is what we all have in common! Internationally renowned photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand makes his feature directorial debut with this environmentally conscious documentary produced by Luc Besson, and narrated by Glenn Close. Shot in 54 countries and 120 locations over 217 days, Home presents the many wonders of planet Earth from an entirely aerial perspective. As such, we are afforded the unique opportunity to witness our changing environment from an entirely new vantage point. In our 200,000 years on Earth, humanity has hopelessly upset Mother Nature's delicate balance. Some experts claim that we have less than ten years to change our patterns of consumption and reverse the trend before the damage is irreversible. Produced to inspire action and encourage thoughtful debate, Home poses the prospect that unless we act quickly, we risk losing the only home we may ever have. Music by Armand Amar. https://singulibrium.wordpress.com/ Original Motion Picture Soundtrack: Armand Amar - HOME OST (2009) https://youtu.be/_xgM7fdcxmE
Views: 114540 SiNgUlIbRiUm
SciTech Now 324 (Full Episode)
 
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Discover how scientists are trying to avoid food shortages by applying high tech science to traditional farming. Also, one company in Brooklyn, New York is working to create energy microgrids that would radically change the way energy is bought and sold. Learn about a therapy tool for post-traumatic stress. And watch a clip from WPSU's Managing Risk in a Changing Climate, a documentary that examines the impact of human intervention in a region already feeling the effects of a warming planet.
Views: 230 wpsu