Tag: change

Change is Coming! (Minecraft Animation)

Change is Coming! (Minecraft Animation)

By Micah Moen 100 Comments November 15, 2019

*laughs* Look at those cats! They’re so cute and funny I wish there was more of this on the internet. Huh? Hmm… Is everything okay son?

My Ocean is #OurOcean

My Ocean is #OurOcean

By Micah Moen 7 Comments November 12, 2019

The ocean. It covers three quarters of our planet. It gives us the oxygen we breathe. It regulates our climate. It feeds us. The ocean gives us clean energy. It offers new medicines. For millions, it provides a livelihood. For millions more, it provides life. The ocean is owned by no one, but shared by […]

Greta Thunberg, Swedish environmental activist, gives a speech at Charlotte Climate Strike
Institute on the Environment: The Right Time and Place

Institute on the Environment: The Right Time and Place

By Micah Moen 0 Comment November 5, 2019

If we look at every measure of our planet’s environment, we’re losing. We’re losing more biodiversity. We’re losing against the fight against global warming. As much as we might like to think these are getting better, they’re not. Environmental problems in the 21st century are huge problems. Things like climate change affect the entire planet. […]

A Fair Climate: Gender Equity in Forestry & REDD+

A Fair Climate: Gender Equity in Forestry & REDD+

By Micah Moen 0 Comment November 1, 2019

A Fair Climate: Gender Equity in Forestry and REDD+ If we don’t have this forest, then we will not have food. If we can preserve the forest, we will have water. We will have food and a lot of things from the forest. Nearly half a BILLION people across Asia-Pacific rely on forests for their […]

Ocean Temperatures — Changing Planet

Ocean Temperatures — Changing Planet

By Micah Moen 6 Comments October 29, 2019

The world’s oceans cover more than 70 percent of Earth’s surface. Millions of creatures, great and small, call the oceans home. These massive bodies of water play a crucial role in maintaining the planet’s delicate environmental balance, from supporting a complex food chain, to affecting global weather patterns. But rising air temperatures are warming the […]

Rob Dunbar: The threat of ocean acidification

Rob Dunbar: The threat of ocean acidification

By Micah Moen 100 Comments October 23, 2019

If you really want to understand the problem that we’re facing with the oceans, you have to think about the biology at the same time you think about the physics. We can’t solve the problems unless we start studying the ocean in a very much more interdisciplinary way. So I’m going to demonstrate that through […]

Sustainable Purchasing Tip #4: Track eco-friendly spending

Sustainable Purchasing Tip #4: Track eco-friendly spending

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 19, 2019

I’m ASU professor Lily Hsueh of the Center for Organization Research Design. Here is a tip for you on how to advance green purchasing in your local government. Track spending related to green purchases. My colleagues and I conducted a national survey of government directors across U.S. cities. In which we learned that if you […]

Man Spends 30 Years Regenerating Farmland into Amazing Forest | Fools & Dreamers (Full Documentary)

Man Spends 30 Years Regenerating Farmland into Amazing Forest | Fools & Dreamers (Full Documentary)

By Micah Moen 100 Comments October 16, 2019

(gentle piano music) – [Hugh] I think they basically thought we were naive greenies from the city. I’m sure they thought that we had come here with all these ideas and within a year or two we’d find it was all just too hard, and it wasn’t happening, and we’d go again. Here we are, […]

Rajeev on Respect for the ecosystem @ Davos

Rajeev on Respect for the ecosystem @ Davos

By Micah Moen 1 Comment October 9, 2019

Rejeev: Hello YouTube, this is my Davos question and answer. I’m here to talk about respect. As a race, our track record of respecting — well, the human race itself, we don’t respect much, but our track record of respecting anything else that’s not human is pretty poor, pretty pathetic. And a lot of the […]