Tag: climate

Climate Change is the Ultimate Birth Control

Climate Change is the Ultimate Birth Control

By Micah Moen 100 Comments March 28, 2020

(laughing) – Say ladies, are you guys happy with your birth control? – I hate having to take mine every day. – And it seems like so many aren’t 100% effective. – Well, I’m on a new birth control, and it really works. – [Women] Really? – What is it? – [Woman With Glasses] It’s […]

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? […]

Official Preview | Cuba’s Wild Revolution | NATURE | PBS

Official Preview | Cuba’s Wild Revolution | NATURE | PBS

By Micah Moen 2 Comments March 11, 2020

– [Narrator] Cuba, an island from another time. While much of the wildlands and seas of the Caribbean are dying, Cuba’s extraordinary history has made it a true wildlife wonderland. But Cuba now stands at a crossroads. She’s opening her doors to the outside world. Will the island’s wildlife pay the ultimate price?

Let it Snow! The First Direct Measure of Cloud Seeding | SciShow News

By Micah Moen 0 Comment March 7, 2020

[ intro ] If you grew up in a place where it snowed, you might have appreciated snow days. On a cold winter’s morning, you may have found yourself staring longingly at a dark cloud in the distance, wishing it would just dump all its snow so you could skip school and play. Well now, […]

interesting facts of amazon rainforest | Lungs of our Planet | #YAQEENTV

interesting facts of amazon rainforest | Lungs of our Planet | #YAQEENTV

By Micah Moen 5 Comments March 6, 2020

Asalam O Alaikum Viewers The Amazon jungle extends to 9 countries around the world. its most part is in brazil It covers an area of ​​55 lakh sq km, while Pakistan has an area of ​​7.75 sq km. The forest is five and a half million years old Amazon is a Greek word meaning fighting […]

► Wetlands | Short Documentary

By Micah Moen 0 Comment March 4, 2020

Wetlands are areas of land where water covers the soil – all year or just at certain times of the year. These areas include: swamps, marshes, billabongs, lakes, lagoons, saltmarshes, mudflats, mangroves, coral reefs, bogs, fens, and peatlands. Wetlands may be natural or artificial and the water within a wetland may be static or flowing, […]

MOSAiC Expedition: North Pole vlog dr. Jacqueline Stefels

MOSAiC Expedition: North Pole vlog dr. Jacqueline Stefels

By Micah Moen 1 Comment February 7, 2020

hi Holland hi colleagues of the University of cloning er I’m currently on board of the Russian icebreaker Capitan granites in and we are about to take off from tromsø towards the Polish turn which is a research vessel where we will start on our leg of the mosaic expedition during the past few days […]

#climatechangematters (EN SUB)

#climatechangematters (EN SUB)

By Micah Moen 7 Comments February 7, 2020

Hi, my name is Natalia. And I am Dewii. Before I show you the well-known picture of a melting glacier, let’s talk about why this is even happening. The last years have been considered the warmest years in human history, and for years climatologists have pointed out that the climate is changing at a rapid […]

When Nature Strikes Back

When Nature Strikes Back

By Micah Moen 100 Comments January 26, 2020

Number 8 Global Warming and Hurricanes While the conversation on global warming has been somewhat polarizing, the vast majority of the global scientific community has reached a consensus regarding its impact. Human activity, namely greenhouse gas emission, is often cited as a major contributor to the global rise in temperature. One of the ways nature […]

Official Preview | Wild Florida | NATURE | PBS

Official Preview | Wild Florida | NATURE | PBS

By Micah Moen 2 Comments January 24, 2020

this is one of the most biodiverse places in the world Florida but powerful forces are threatening the state’s wild creatures and iconic landscapes if Florida lost the reef track completely it’s like tonight we would see a place like Florida Keys completely washed away the war that we’re fighting is bigger than the battle […]