Tag: sustainability

ISPO Munich 2019 |  Performance and ecology not a contradiction

ISPO Munich 2019 | Performance and ecology not a contradiction

By Micah Moen 0 Comment September 20, 2019

Sustainability is booming. The topic inspires exhibitors and visitors alike once again at ISPO Munich this year. We have more and more solutions for climate change. And we just need to start embracing those solutions and incentivize people and companies that do embrace those solutions. One example for sustainable manufacturing is Sympatex, the membrane specialist. […]

The Centre For Urban Ecology – Building Features – Introduction

The Centre For Urban Ecology – Building Features – Introduction

By Micah Moen 2 Comments September 19, 2019

Hey guys, it’s Grizzly! back once again, in your screens! Did you guys miss me? Of course you did, what’s not to miss? Unfortunately for you though this video is not going to be about me it’s going to be about this gorgeous building that you see behind me known as the Centre for Urban […]

Biodiversity Fund Ecological Monitoring Guide — Training Video 2013

Biodiversity Fund Ecological Monitoring Guide — Training Video 2013

By Micah Moen 0 Comment September 18, 2019

Over the next 10 minutes we will take you through all the steps involved in undertaking monitoring of your Biodiversity Fund Project using the Biodiversity Fund Ecological Monitoring Guide. This will take you through establishing your start point in the field. Setting up your transector plot, undertaking the methods to measure and record native and […]

Greta Thunberg is Leading is Global Climate Movement

Greta Thunberg is Leading is Global Climate Movement

By Micah Moen 100 Comments September 18, 2019

(slow classical music) – [Woman] Greta is a 16-year-old girl who has inspired thousands maybe even millions of people to stand up for both themselves and the climate. – [Girl] She thought everything was going in the wrong direction. And now she’s become a really big role model for a lot of people. – [Girl] […]

We Are Duke Environment: A Community of Purpose and Passion

We Are Duke Environment: A Community of Purpose and Passion

By Micah Moen 0 Comment September 17, 2019

(happy music) – Hi, I’m Toddi Steelman. Our world today is changing rapidly, and the environmental challenges we face are growing increasingly complex. At the Nicholas School, we’re a community of innovators, doers, dreamers, and disruptors. A community united in our purpose to address these complex challenges and have a positive impact on the world. […]

Creative Sustainable GIFT IDEAS | Holidays + ALL YEAR  | ANN LE

Creative Sustainable GIFT IDEAS | Holidays + ALL YEAR | ANN LE

By Micah Moen 17 Comments September 16, 2019

(calm music) – Hey loves, how’s it going? Today I put together some sustainable gift ideas that you can do to get creative when it comes to gift giving. So the holidays is coming up and usually the holidays come up very, very soon, so I thought about making this video now, just to give […]

College of Liberal Arts, Environment & Sustainability

College of Liberal Arts, Environment & Sustainability

By Micah Moen 0 Comment September 16, 2019

[Music and Natural Sound] The UMD Land Lab is a field-based site about four miles north of the UMD campus where we have about 30 acres of organically managed landscape including about nine acres of organically managed agricultural land. We use this landscape scaled classroom in three different ways. We partner with organizations across the […]

The Pentagon & Climate Change

The Pentagon & Climate Change

By Micah Moen 7 Comments September 15, 2019

So physics and chemistry show us carbon dioxide is at levels never seen in human history. And the evidence says it’s all of us burning fossil fuels that’s driving the increase. But what about climate change and global warming… are they for real? Here’s what those who have looked at all the data say about […]

Climeworks – A Technology to Reverse Climate Change

Climeworks – A Technology to Reverse Climate Change

By Micah Moen 8 Comments September 15, 2019

Day by day I am motivated mostly, I think, by challenge. I think there is little as challenging as the biggest problem humanity has ever faced which is climate change. There is a certain amount of CO₂ we are allowed to emit into the atmosphere in order to limit global warming to 1.5˚C . Some […]

Counterintuitive Climate Change Solution

Counterintuitive Climate Change Solution

By Micah Moen 7 Comments September 15, 2019

People are tired of bad news about climate. Disasters are up, temperatures are up. The reason is greenhouse gas pollution. Despite all of our efforts to slow those releases we’re not doing it quickly enough. The public I think needs some hope. Top priority first of all is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. We need […]