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Amazon Rainforest on Fire BBC Documentary FULL HD 2020 | Saving The Amazon | With English Subtitles

Amazon Rainforest on Fire BBC Documentary FULL HD 2020 | Saving The Amazon | With English Subtitles

By Micah Moen 1 Comment April 3, 2020

(CLICKING, SQUAWKING) MAN: The Amazon holds the largest biodiversity on the planet. So, the Amazon is the home of hundreds of thousands of species, plant and animal species. SOPHIE McNEILL: The Amazon is the world’s largest tropical rainforest. It plays a vital role regulating the global climate. In the Amazon, estimates are that between 100 […]

5 Principles for Social Sustainability (facing unpredictable change together)

5 Principles for Social Sustainability (facing unpredictable change together)

By Micah Moen 4 Comments March 25, 2020

Hi Alex here. In today’s video, we are looking at 5 principles for social sustainability. We know humans are dependent on ecological and social systems to meet their needs. From previous research we understand fairly well how ecological systems function and the basic mechanisms by which humanity damages them systematically. But what about social systems? […]

Nature-based solutions in the fight against climate change | Thomas Crowther | TEDxLausanne

By Micah Moen 0 Comment March 24, 2020

Transcriber: AFRAA ALZOUBI Reviewer: David DeRuwe Life … it’s all about embracing the challenge. Everyday, our lab brings together some of the world’s leading environmental scientists, bringing together all that brain power to desperately try to figure out how to get this ball round a group of people without using our hands. It’s so good; […]

The Climate Crisis – Why Animal Rights & Activism Matter Now More Than Ever (CZ/ENG Captions)

The Climate Crisis – Why Animal Rights & Activism Matter Now More Than Ever (CZ/ENG Captions)

By Micah Moen 2 Comments March 21, 2020

Thank you very much Wow That many people, huh? Amazing Thank you all so much for welcoming me here I am very, very excited to be back in Portugal, This is my third time travelling this beautiful, amazing Country and every single time I come back it’s an absolute blast, the people here are always […]

Fiorenza Micheli: The race to save the ocean

Fiorenza Micheli: The race to save the ocean

By Micah Moen 0 Comment March 20, 2020

– Today on The Future of Everything: The future of our oceans. Anyone who’s looked at a globe, a world globe, Earth globe, knows that most of the Earth is covered with water and the oceans. Oceans have been on our mind recently because they are rising, and we are worried about the future of […]

How ExxonMobil Controls Our Lives

How ExxonMobil Controls Our Lives

By Micah Moen 87 Comments March 19, 2020

This video is sponsored by Brilliant, if you stick around until the end, I’ll give you a link to get 20% off a premium membership! In July 1977, Exxon held a meeting in its headquarters and a climate scientist told the truth: without strong action to curb fossil fuel emissions within the next 5 to […]

Why is this rainforest so quiet? And who stole my lunch?

By Micah Moen 0 Comment March 11, 2020

Just hit me with full force how most of the rainforest is gone This is the river that we’re taking into the national park and the colour of the river is brown Just upstream there’s a huge gold and zirconium mining operation to extract those materials they’re using loads of mercury, so the whole river […]

Plastic treasures – MFF Africa

Plastic treasures – MFF Africa

By Micah Moen 0 Comment March 10, 2020

Trésors de plastique Un million de bouteilles en plastique sont achetées chaque minute. Au total, la moitié du plastique produit est fait pour n’être utilisé qu’une seule fois – et pour ensuite être jeté. Et si je vous disais que vos déchets en plastique sont des trésors ? Et que vos bouteilles en plastique peuvent […]

See How Beef Is Destroying The Amazon

See How Beef Is Destroying The Amazon

By Micah Moen 100 Comments March 9, 2020

Deforestation has skyrocketed in the Amazon and the main culprit is right behind me. I’m going deep into the heart of beef production in Brazil’s Amazon, to witness an industry that accounts for more than 60% of deforestation here. Everything I’ve seen over the past day has completely shifted for me how I’m going to […]

The role of wetlands and marshes in coastal resilience

The role of wetlands and marshes in coastal resilience

By Micah Moen 0 Comment March 9, 2020

Wetlands are the natural areas where land meets the water. A land that is wet for some period of time but not always wet. Wetlands include the marshes, swamps, bogs, and fens at the edges of lakes, rivers, bays or low-lying areas that frequently. Nature and natural areas can provide sort of productive services to […]