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Activist Greta Thunberg on how to make sure the word does not ‘give up’ the climate fight

No Climate Scientists at the March for Science?!

Hi, I’m Aidan Johnston, student from the George Washington University. I’m here today in Washington D.C. at the March for Science Where supposedly, climate scientists from across the country are gathering to call for action on climate change. But how many climate scientists are here today? Let’s go find out. Are you a scientist? No, […]

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Climate Resilience Evaluation and Awareness Tool (CREAT) Welcome Video

Climate Resilience Evaluation and Awareness Tool (CREAT) Welcome Video

[Music] (Narrator) Drinking water, waste water, and storm water utilities have a unique opportunity now to become more climate-ready and resilient as you work to upgrade aging infrastructure and plan for the future. CREAT, the Climate Resilience Evaluation and Awareness Tool, developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, assists with ongoing resilience efforts by providing […]

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Sapporo Sewerage Science Museum 札幌下水道科学館

We are going to somewhere Yeah, please follow me. I’m with my family. Sapporo sewerage science museum After walking more than 15 minutes from the nearest station (Asabu Subway Station), We have arrived at The Sapporo Sewerage Science Museum in Asabu This place always recorded by CCVT camera In one house, there are two type […]

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A Bright Future for Our Oceans? – AMNH SciCafe

A Bright Future for Our Oceans? – AMNH SciCafe

>>JEREMY JACKSON: Good evening, everybody. I want to do something slightly different tonight. I want to talk about how the oceans have changed in the 55 to 60 years that I’ve been looking at the oceans as a scientist, and it’s a kind of a personal story, a metamorphosis from being a young kid who […]

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What Scientists Are Seeing Over Antarctica

What Scientists Are Seeing Over Antarctica

IceBridge is off to a strong start this year, having completed seven science missions over outlet glaciers, sea ice, and ice sheets and covering a broad range of territory both east and west of the Antarctic peninsula. Until today, the mission had yet to feature a return to the site of last year’s discovery of […]

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Human Evolution: Crash Course Big History #6

Human Evolution: Crash Course Big History #6

Hi, I’m John Green. Welcome to Crash Course Big History Project where today we’re going to talk about the Planet of the Apes films. – What’s that? Apparently, those were not documentaries. But there was an evolutionary process that saw primates move out of East Africa and transform the earth into an actual planet of […]

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How to green the world’s deserts and reverse climate change | Allan Savory

How to green the world’s deserts and reverse climate change | Allan Savory

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Morton Bast The most massive tsunami perfect storm is bearing down upon us. This perfect storm is mounting a grim reality, increasingly grim reality, and we are facing that reality with the full belief that we can solve our problems with technology, and that’s very understandable. Now, this perfect storm that […]

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Tucker Carlson vs. Bill Nye: Round Two – The Science Guy’s Reply

Tucker Carlson vs. Bill Nye: Round Two – The Science Guy’s Reply

Tucker Carlson: So much of this you don’t know. You pretend to know but you don’t know, and you bully people who ask you questions. Bill Nye: I really have to disagree with you. I’ve spent a lot of time with this topic. Tucker Carlson: I’m open minded. You are not. Bill Nye: Mr. Carlson. […]

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What Middle America is saying about climate change and gun violence

What Middle America is saying about climate change and gun violence

JUDY WOODRUFF: The worst fears are coming true about the devastating nature of Hurricane Dorian. There is a new report this hour is that the death toll in the Bahamas is now up to 20 people. The hurricane and what it says about climate change, along with guns in the aftermath of repeated mass shootings […]

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