Sign spinner works it for Cox Conserves and Earth Day Earth Day was started on April 22, 1970 by Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson and grassroots organizing by a bunch of longhairs from college campuses. Before long, mainstream America joined in and grew the first celebration of Earth Day to some 20 million strong. Forty years later, Cox Las Vegas and Cox Conserves are celebrating Earth Day's milestone anniversary with a press conference and Mini Earth Day Fair.
Epoch Movie: When A Stranger Conserves This one again is hard to hear because your neighborhood friendly killer caller is on speaker phone... dun dun DUN
Fairhaven Hall Conserves Water Fairhaven residents come together to eschew water waste with a firm hand!
Japanese Earthquake Deserted Shinjuku Conserves Energy 新宿で誰もいないかな。。。 After the earthquake in Japan on March 11, 2011, there was damage to several of the nuclear power plants that provide a large percentage of the area's power. Japan depends on nuclear power for approximately 30% of its total energy. Without the plants there isn't enough to properly sustain the area and rolling scheduled blackouts have been implemented to avoid problems in areas that need full power (hospitals, etc.). To help reduce energy consumption, businesses are voluntarily turning off signs and are shutting down temporarily. Today every department store in Shinjuku was closed by the time I finished work and all of the billboards remained dark all day. As a result, there weren't too many people in Shinjuku either, mostly just those who had to be there (like me). JR Shinjuku is the busiest train station in the world by volume--and that's not including the private lines and such, so this is surreal.
Cox Conserves Hero (New Orleans 2010): Jenga Mwendo Jenga returned to her native New Orleans after Katrina and immediately began working to revitalize gardens. She has converted the Laurentine Ernst Garden into a vibrant space and secured the donation of a storm-damaged cottage next door for garden use as a storage shed and library. She is also transforming the Guerilla Garden from an overgrown lot used as a dumping ground into a beautiful centerpiece for the community. Non-profit of choice: New Orleans Food and Farm Network.
PEMO conserves the Environment A song about the need to protect our natural resources and the environment by children in PEMO's School's program
Gary Colley: 2009 Cox Conserves Heroes Finalist (Seattle) Gary Colley is a finalist for Seattle's 2009 Cox Conserves Heroes program.
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Harry Case: 2009 Cox Conserves Heroes Finalist (Seattle) Harry Case is a finalist for Seattle's 2009 Cox Conserves Heroes program.
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Rhubarb Conserves! Watch my other video rhubarb sauce to see how we made this!Me and Ceil up in Wisconsin visiting with her family! We made a TON of rhubarb jam and conserves all from the rhubarb that was growing in their yard! it was so much fun! in this video Sophie (Ceil's mom) is scooping the conserves into the jars. then ceil puts the lids on and Sophie tightens them up! so much fun!
How To Conserve Water In The Garden Learn how a gardener in Gallup, New Mexico conserves water in the garden by using underground irrigation and mulches. From the Southwest Yard & Garden series.
Global Seed Vault Conserves Plants The Svalbard Global Seed Vault is home to nearly half a million specimens from around the world and the most well-known example of a practice called "seed banking." Source: Penn State University
Timmy Tweeker Conserves his stash Timmy "weed rat" Tweeker is paranoid in his room as he smokes batties.
Cox Conserves Heroes - Atlanta Launched in 2007 by The Trust for Public Land and Cox Enterprises, Cox Conserves Heroes honors individuals who work to create, preserve and improve the shared outdoor spaces in our communities. By showcasing these unsung heroes, we hope to inspire more people to take an active role in neighborhood conservation.
GILLBILLY CHRONICLES: Pablito Conserves the Oceans Fish Conserve the Fish Now! Pablito, an infamous GillBilly speaks out against over fishing. Brought to by
Cox Conserves Heroes: San Diego Nomination To help honor San Diegos unsung environmental heroes and inspire neighborhood conservation, Cox Communications, in partnership with The Trust for Public Land and Think Blue San Diego, has launched Cox Conserves Heroes.
Cox Conserves celebrates 40th Anniversary of Earth Day Original broadcast on KTNV (ABC) was April 22, 2010--Cox Conserves, an employee-led initiative of Cox Communications-Las Vegas, celebrated the 40th anniversary of Earth Day by organizing a news conference and Mini-Earth Day Fair, where each of the company's 1300 employees received two CFLs. Event partners were NV Energy, Home Depot, Republic Services and Club Ride Commuter Services. Local "green expert" Tara Pike of UNLV spoke about the value of Earth Day.
Loudoun County - Conserves 15.mpg Loudoun County is partnering with (ABC 7) for the National Capital Home Energy Makeover Contest, which will give away over $30000 in energy-efficient home improvements. /homeenergy
Cox Conserves Heroes - Seattle In Seattle, KIRO, The Trust for Public Land (TPL) and Cox Enterprises, present Cox Conserves Heroes, a nationwide awards program celebrating conservation in everyday life. Visit:
KIRO7's Cox Conserves Hero Finalist: Nancie Kosnoff Cox Conserves Heroes is a conservation awards program created by The Trust for Public Land and Cox Enterprises to honor those heroes among us who work to create, preserve, improve, or enhance the shared outdoor places in our communities.
KIRO7's Cox Conserves Hero Finalist: Andy Catero Cox Conserves Heroes is an environmental awards program created by The Trust for Public Land and Cox Enterprises to honor those heroes among us who work to create, preserve, improve, or enhance the shared outdoor places in our communities.
Conserving the Nature of America in Changing Climate: The US Fish and Wildlife Service.mpg Climate change is affecting our nation's fish and wildlife species now. Changes in temperature and precipitation levels are changing vegetation patterns and causing shifts in habitat. Species will need to move to follow changes in food and habitat. Learn how climate change will impact species and the ramifications for our society in terms of food, jobs, and recreation. Join the US Fish and Wildlife Service in helping find solutions to mitigate climate change and to help fish and wildlife adapt to shifting habitat conditions. For more information, please visit: www.fws.gov
Cox Conserves Heroes - San Diego Nominations 2010 Learn about how to nominate your local San Diego conservation hero for recognition.
KIRO7's Cox Conserves Hero Finalist: Judy Pickens Cox Conserves Heroes is an awards program created by The Trust for Public Land and Cox Enterprises to honor those heroes among us who work to create, preserve, improve, or enhance the shared outdoor places in our communities.
Cox Conserves Hero (San Diego 2010 - Adult): Mark Jorgensen Since retiring from California State Parks in early 2009, Mark has devoted hundreds of volunteer hours to help preserve land and habitat in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and has enriched environmental education for youth and adults in San Diego County. Mark was instrumental in creating Camp Borrego, the only overnight environmental education camp for underserved youth. Each year, more than 300 fifth graders from National City, San Ysidro, Camp Pendleton, Calexico, El Centro and Borrego Springs participate in the free three-day camp to learn about geology, paleontology, archaeology, astronomy, endangered species and global sustainability. Mark also has led the charge in an annual field count of the endangered Peninsular Bighorn Sheep and in selecting land to acquire to protect sheep habitat in perpetuity. Mark will donate his prize to The Anza Borrego Foundation.
Conserve! Drink from the tap with Luke Wilson Luke Wilson tells Melissa McGinnis that he conserves by drinking beer from the tap vs. using bottles or cans, and recycles whether at home or on the go. A player in the Charlie Hoffman Foundation pro-am golf tournament, Luke Wilson also shows his support for recycling and conserving by sharing his thoughts with Greenopolis TV.
New Material Absorbs, Conserves Oil A new material made at Case Western Reserve University is designed to clean up oil spills on land and at sea. The superlight material, a clay-based aerogel, absorbs oil out of water, leaving the water behind. The oil can then be squeezed out of the aerogel, and used. Credit: Case Western Reserve University VIew more details here:
Our Town Dalton: Industry Conserves North Georgia Water Dalton companies are finding new ways to use less water, as Georgia sits in a exceptional drought.
Temple near Bangkok conserves tigers
Conserving water conserves energy Letting your faucet run for five minutes uses about as much energy as letting a 60-watt lightbulb run for four*** hours. Turn it off. Conserving water conserves energy. This is a 30-second PSA created by Brooke Van Natta and Eugene Ahn, submitted to the EPA Water Quality Video Contest, April 2009.
Meru curse conserves dwindling forest cover Forestry conservation remains one of the biggest environmental challenges facing the country. And while the government has largely failed to crack the whip on those destroying forests, in Meru, a totally different approach has helped to conserve the Giitune Forest. NTVs Rita Tinina reports on a curse imposed by Meru elders, which is working wonders for the forest.
Conserve water..or else Spanish III Project Topic: Water conservation (Abrir ya, Cerrar ya) The fight scene takes place in a "desert" in China for the bucket of water. Since water wasn't conserved, clean water was scarce..hence the fight for the water. I hope everyone conserves water for the future. :)
KIRO7's Cox Conserves Hero Finalist: Karen Dougherty Cox Conserves Heroes is a new awards program created by The Trust for Public Land and Cox Enterprises to honor those heroes among us who work to create, preserve, improve, or enhance the shared outdoor places in our communities.
Cox Conserves Hero (San Diego 2010 - Youth): Dakotah Flowers By encouraging recycling in her home, Dakotah was able to fund her vision of using recyclable materials to create dolls that hold messages from children affected by AIDS living in HOKISA (Home for Kids in South Africa). These "Messenger Dolls" have been auctioned and sold at fundraising events. Proceeds directly benefit the orphaned children of HOKISA. Dakotah has recruited friends to help create the dolls and is expanding her collection of bottles, cans and other revenue-producing recyclables so she can use her creativity to create new items to sell to benefit local causes. Dakotah will donate her prize to the Chula Vista Nature Center.
Jennie's Bra Bares All WXII Traffic Reporter Jennie Stencel shows the morning crew how she conserves pocket space.
KIRO7's Cox Conserves Hero Finalist: Mike Town Cox Conserves Heroes is a conservation awards program created by The Trust for Public Land and Cox Enterprises to honor those heroes among us who work to create, preserve, improve, or enhance the shared outdoor places in our communities.
San Francisco Bay Area's 2010 Cox Conserves Hero: Bruce Beyaert's Speech
EPA Conserves Energy By Using Rainwater The Environmental Protection Agency is harvesting rainwater to help keep its energy costs down. KMBC's Dion Lim reported that Kansas City gets about 40 inches of rain annually, which is why the EPA decided to put the water to use. The rainwater is collected on the rooftop of the EPA's building, where it begins a journey down several drains. "It's one of most energy-efficient labs in the country," said Jeff Robichaud. For the past few years, the EPA building has been harvesting the rainwater. Some goes to heating and cooling the 72000-square-foot building. Some of it ends up in a holding tank. "It rains, drains and collects water and takes it down to a sediment tank, where dirt is pulled out. It then moves on to our holding tank," Robichaud said. The rooftop rainwater recapture system cleans and recycles more than 760000 gallons of a water year, which saves the EPA about $3000. While the rainwater system isn't enough to pay for all of the building's energy costs, Robichaud said it helps. Lim reported that the rooftop rainwater recapture system isn't widely used for the average homeowner, but there are ways to harvest rainwater on a smaller scale for your home. To learn about how to make your own rain barrel, visit the EPA's Web site.
Spray Foam Insulation - Conserves Energy & Saves Money Spray foam insulation is an amazing product. Is cold weather making you miserable??? Spray foam insulation in your attic will help you reduce your energy use - saving you money and the environment its resources. Watch this video to find out how to lower your heating and cooling costs.
Black Ops Zombies Acension High Round Strategy (Part 3 PHD Flopper Conserves Ammo) | By Iceyyyyy This is the third part and right now its looking like there will be 5 or 6 parts. Also I do not fast forward the parts where we hold a zombie because that way you can here the people I'm playing with explain stuff but if you dont want to watch then just skip it. Owners Channel