Tag: environment

Kevin Schrandt – To The Waves (Amazon rainforest deforestation music)

Kevin Schrandt – To The Waves (Amazon rainforest deforestation music)

By Micah Moen 1 Comment April 7, 2020

(Thunder clapping) – Hello, I’m Kevin Schrandt. April 22nd marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. I hope all of us will go outside and do something for the Earth. It also marks the 35th anniversary of a trip I took to Brazil back in 1985. I learned about the rainforest, its beauty, and its […]

Game Wardens Policing Pollution – Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

Game Wardens Policing Pollution – Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

By Micah Moen 8 Comments April 7, 2020

>>YOU SHOULD’VE SEEN IT LAST TIME.>>HIS SHIRT MAY SAY POLICE…>>HOW FAR UP WE WANT TO GO, ALL THE WAY?>>…BUT THIS OFFICER IS MORE SPECIFICALLY A TEXAS PARKS AND WILDLIFE GAME WARDEN, PATROLLING THE HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL AS PART OF THE TEXAS ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMES TASK FORCE.>>WHO BETTER TO PROTECT THE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN STATE GAME WARDENS?>>WE’RE […]

Ecology: Small Solutions to a Big Planet’s Problems. The Names

Ecology: Small Solutions to a Big Planet’s Problems. The Names

By Micah Moen 1 Comment April 6, 2020

Hi I’m K today I’m gonna tell you why getting eaten by mushrooms or given your friend of pair of chopsticks is good for our planet! Olala that’s a topic! Eco living is usually presented as a labor-intensive lifestyle, but it turns out one can help the Earth without much effort. The energy industry burns […]

Tropical rainforest deforestation satire: Mr. Dodger’s Neighborhood

Tropical rainforest deforestation satire: Mr. Dodger’s Neighborhood

By Micah Moen 2 Comments April 5, 2020

(thunder cracks) – Hi, I’m Kevin Schrandt. Earth Day marks its 50th anniversary this year. If you’re not familiar, Earth Day was the catalyst for a lot of great initiatives such as the Environmental Protection Agency, the Clean Water Act, and the Clean Air Act, the latter two to curb pollution. For the past 30 […]

Kevin Schrandt – Flight Of The Peregrine (Amazon rainforest deforestation music)

Kevin Schrandt – Flight Of The Peregrine (Amazon rainforest deforestation music)

By Micah Moen 1 Comment April 3, 2020

(thunder crashing) – Hello, I’m Kevin Schrandt. April 22nd marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. I hope all of us will go outside and do something for the Earth. It also marks the 35th anniversary of a trip I took to Brazil back in 1985. I learned about the rainforest, its beauty, and its […]

Minnesota Point Pine Forest Scientific and Natural Area Virtual Hike

Minnesota Point Pine Forest Scientific and Natural Area Virtual Hike

By Micah Moen 0 Comment April 3, 2020

[♪ guitar music] [footsteps] [♪] [footsteps and wind] [waves crashing] [bird chirping] [♪ music fades]

Saturday in the Park – Dry Branch Wetlands

By Micah Moen 0 Comment April 1, 2020

The Dry Branch Wetlands, is located at the intersection of Franklin Road and Moores Lane. Built in 2008, this joint project by the City of Franklin in the Environmental Protection Agency was created for flood reduction. During heavy rain events, the water backs up into the area and the wet lands help clean out many […]

“Confessions of a Wildlife Filmmaker” – Book Trailer

By Micah Moen 0 Comment March 28, 2020

Hi, I’m Chris Palmer. My new book: Confessions of a Wildlife Filmmaker is part memoir, part confession and part indictment of the television networks for failing to put conservation, education, and animal welfare ahead of ratings and profits. It’s also about the mistakes I made while struggling to excel in a profession that I love. […]

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 […]

A Wildlife Conservation SUCCESS: The Miraculous Return of Canada’s Sea Otters

A Wildlife Conservation SUCCESS: The Miraculous Return of Canada’s Sea Otters

By Micah Moen 16 Comments March 16, 2020

The magnificent coastal waters of British Columbia are home to an abundance of incredible marine wildlife including humpback whales, steller sea lions, orcas, porpoises, and harbour seals. The BC coast is also home to one of the most iconic, recognizable and lovable aquatic mammals: the sea otter. With its long whiskers and grizzled facial fur, […]