Tag Archives: Climate Change

PBS NewsHour full episode December 25, 2019

AMNA NAWAZ: Good evening. I’m Amna Nawaz. Judy Woodruff is away. On the “NewsHour” tonight: reviewing the year in climate, the extraordinary impact environmental change has had on our planet in 2019. Then: the state of the world — a decade-long look back at the trends around the globe and what they mean for the… Read More »

Marshall Islands: A third of the nation has left for the US

>>Sreenivasan: THERE’S A GROWING POPULATION OF MIGRANTS IN THIS COUNTRY COMING NOT ACROSS THE SOUTHERN BORDER, BUT FROM ISLAND NATIONS IN THE EQUATORIAL PACIFIC. THEY ARE FLEEING DEEPENING POVERTY AND THE DESTRUCTIVE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND THEY ENJOY A STATUS IN AMERICA UNLIKE THAT OF ANY OTHER IMMIGRANT GROUP. SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT MIKE TAIBBI REPORTS… Read More »

The Failure of American Hegemony: Why Nationalism Trumps Liberalism Every Time | John Mearsheimer

Today’s episode of Hidden Forces is made possible by listeners like you. For more information about this week’s episode, or for easy access to related programming, visit our website at hiddenforces.io and subscribe to our free email list. If you listen to the show on your Apple podcast app, remember you can give us a… Read More »

Do You Think Science & Religion Can Coexist? | Earth Your While w/ Zach Anner

Air Pollution 101 | National Geographic

– (piano music) – [Women Speaker] Air pollution consists of chemicals or particles in the atmosphere, that pose serious health and environmental threats. But what causes air pollution? And what does it mean for our planet? Some air pollution comes from natural sources, like volcanic eruptions, wild fires, or allergens. But most air pollution results… Read More »

Maharashtra drought: This Indian village budgets every drop of water

To check the depth (of groundwater) Subtract the length of the wire overground from its total length The water level is at 18 feet 4 inches VSRT monitors the problems of the village like lack of water, teaching farmers new techniques bringing in water saving techniques like drip irrigation organic farming like bringing down the… Read More »

The Hydrologic and Carbon Cycles: Always Recycle! – Crash Course Ecology #8

Adorable story alert! So I was hanging out with my 2-year-old second cousin in the ocean in Florida and we’re jumping up and down with the waves and it’s fun but then the water got all calm and I said, “Oh, no more waves!,” because, like, that’s the top tier of communication I’m going for… Read More »

Touching Eternity: Thich Nhat Hanh on Ecological Collapse | 2012 03 18

Good morning dear Sangha. Today is Sunday, March 18, 2012 and we are in the Upper Hamlet, during our Spring Retreat. Very nice to hear the sounds of the rain. And when you breathe in mindfully with concentration, you can also touch eternity. And when you make a step mindfully and with concentration, you can… Read More »

The Real National Emergency Is Climate Change: A Closer Look

-President Trump and his allies are freaking out about a Democratic plan to fight climate change. For more on this, it’s time for “A Closer Look.” [ Cheers and applause ] After Trump declared a national emergency last week to build a border wall, he got some rare pushback from members of his own party.… Read More »

Game of Thrones and Ecology

Hello, and welcome to Nightmare Masterclass. My name is David Stockdale. I’ll be your host on this excursion into the dark unknown. In this installment, I want to talk about Game of Thrones. Specifically, I want to talk about the thematic significance of White Walkers in the series in relation to ecology. Naturally, if you… Read More »