earthrise - Aquaponics As people become richer and move to cities, global demand for meat and fish keeps growing. Russel Beard explores a highly-efficient closed-loop system known as 'aquaponics', where fish and vegetables grow symbiotically, meaning that produce and protein can be cultivated sustainably and profitably in cities.
MMOFTW - S2E2 - Earthrise Revived This week's MMOFTW covers TERA's F2P change, Pathfinder's Kickstarter and beta aspects, EVE and Dust's single-server reality, Earthrise's Revival, and The Secret World's B2P success. Plus in our community spotlight, we talk grouping and whether it's enjoyable.
earthrise - Hempcrete Cement production alone accounts for five per cent of all global carbon dioxide emissions -- that is more than the entire aviation industry. The answer could lie in a field of cannabis plants in Oxfordshire, the UK. Joyce Ohajah follows the process.
earthrise - Episode two Gorillas return from the brink of extinction in Africa, a seed bank in Britain for the world's wild plant species, a centre to combine green theory and practical experience in Wales and a project to reclaim lost mangrove forests in Indonesia.
earthrise - The Power of Rubbish Brazil tackles its growing waste problem by turning a Sao Paolo landfill site into a source of power for the city.
earthrise - Green Gold Clean electricity can be generated using technologies such as solar panels and wind turbines, but a more sustainable alternative to oil -- which powers most forms of transport -- is proving harder to find. So-called first and second generation biofuels such as soybean and jatropha have been criticised by environmental groups who say they contribute to deforestation and compete with food crops. According to some calculations biofuels such as palm oil emit more CO2 than crude oil. A better alternative could be algae, which can produce oil intensively, doubling their mass several times a day and using waste products such as sewage or CO2 from factories to grow. Barack Obama, the US president, has suggested that in the future up to 17 per cent of the fuel the country imports for transport could be replaced by algae biofuels. In Alicante, Spain, a small company called Bio Fuel Systems (BFS) is running an experimental biofuel plant which uses waste CO2 from a neighbouring cement factory to grow algae in hundreds of tubes that are each eight metres high. The company claims they can produce a staggering 400 times more oil per hectare than traditional biofuels such as soybean or palm oil, and the final product has exactly the same characteristics as fossil oil, but with an important difference. The idea is to locate algae fuel plants next to heavy-emitting factories and power stations, using their CO2 to feed the algae -- and making the oil effectively carbon-negative. Early ...
JAXA/KAGUYA Earth-Rise and Earth-Set image over the moon HDTV movie at eyevio.jp pic: Earth-Rise /set from about 380000 km away Moon by Kaguya HDTV Cam. www.jaxa.jp November 7, 2007(JST) The EarthRise image Wide Shot taken from near the North Pole, and the Arabian Peninsula and Indian Ocean can be observed on the Earth. The Earthset image Tele Shot taken from near the South Pole, and we can see the Australian Continent (center left) and the Asian Continent (lower right) on the Earth. (C) JAXA/NHK www.jaxa.jp
earthrise - The Great Green Wall The Sahara is creeping into the verdant southern Africa. To counter desertification, the Community of Sahel-Saharan States has launched the Great Green Wall, a project to create a tree belt across the continent coast to coast through 11 countries.
earthrise - Turning Tidal A submerged turbine is turning one of the world's fastest tidal areas into a power generator in Northern Ireland.
earthrise - Series three, episode one Algae could be the basis for a new green form of oil; one that absorbs more carbon dioxide than it creates, and can be used in existing vehicles. Algae grows extremely quickly, feeding on CO2, and according to Spanish company Bio Fuel Systems, can produce 400 times more oil per hectare than traditional biofuels such as soybean or palm oil. Russell Beard visits the company's plant in Alicante, where engineers at a test site are using waste CO2 from a neighbouring cement factory to feed hundreds of huge tubes of algae and produce five to ten barrels of carbon-negative oil per hectare per day. Early results have been so successful that they now plan to open a 600 hectare site in arid southern Spain, with the aim of producing algae-based oil on an industrial scale. Belize is proud to have the largest barrier reef in the northern hemisphere, but in 2010 the tiny country was facing a huge problem -- the potential loss of the reef's UNESCO World Heritage Site status. The reef's species were being depleted by bottom-dragging fish trawler, jeopardising a major source of revenue from tourism. Local fishermen also complained they were being prevented from making a living by what many critics call the maritime equivalent of strip mining or clear-cut logging. Belize decided to take a stand, becoming one of the world's first nations to ban trawlers from all its waters. Sharita Hutton travels to Belize to find out more about the ban. Shipping is one of the fastest growing and most ...
earthrise - Oslo, City of the Future Oslo has pledged to be carbon-neutral by 2050, and earthrise finds out how Norwegians from politicians to business people to ordinary families are pursuing this goal with energy and dedication.
Earthrise Intro Trailer Introduction to the upcoming sandbox Sci Fi MMORPG Earthrise
KAGUYA taking "Earth-rise" by HDTV (Nov. 7, 2007) KAGUYA (SELENE) taking "Earth-rise" by HDTV on Nov. 7, 2007. Aspect ratio 16:9 and HD quality in English narration. (C)JAXA/NHK
earthrise - Trashing Lebanon A threare group aims to use powerful images of everyday garbage, humour and solid facts to examine Lebanese attitudes towards consumption, and prompt them to consider where their trash ends up. Zeina Aboul-Hosn takes a seat in the final performance.
earthrise - Six Legged Meat Methane from cattle farming is more noxious in terms of global warming than the CO2 produced by all the world's cars. A team of scientists in Netherlands is investigating the nutritional potential of insects to replace protein yielded by livestock.
Earthrise Gameplay - First Impressions A brief first-look at Earthrise, a sci-fi MMORPG from Masthead Studios. I describe my thoughts as I'm playing it for the first time, only hours into the launch. Brought to you by
Earthrise, Earthset Video of Earth rising and setting over the moon's horizon, taken with the HDTV camera aboard Japan's KAGUYA (SELENE) lunar explorer on November 7, 2007.
earthrise - Devil Ark The Tasmanian devil is dying off and humans are only part of the problem. A cancer is decimating the wild population.
Earthrise - Mannheim Steamroller Enjoy! I did not compose or play anything in this song. All credit goes to Mannheim Steamroller.
EarthRise SoundSystem - "Metaphysical Fitness" - feat Srikala & Luminadi EarthRise SoundSystem is the shared musical vision of producer David "Duke Mushroom" Schommer and DJ/writer/yogi Derek Beres. Produced by Duke Mushroom Srikala: vocals, mridagnam Luminadi: vocals Duke Mushroom: beats, instruments and backing vocals Derek Beres: director, cinematographer, editor Mike Hull: editor Yogis: Sasha Dmochowski, Victoria Gordon, Matt Lombardo, Aarona Pichinson, Kevin Yang
NASA | LRO Brings "Earthrise" to Everyone On December 24, 1968, Apollo 8 Commander Frank Borman and crew members William A. Anders and James A. Lovell, Jr. became the first humans to photograph the Earth rising over the moon. Now, the rest of us can see what it was like in a new NASA visualization that draws on richly detailed maps of the moon's surface made from data gathered by NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter! The narration in this visualization comes from the original audio recording of the Apollo 8 astronauts. The flight time has been compressed for effect. The Earth in this visualization is not an exact duplication of what the astronauts saw but a mosaic of more recent images taken by Earth-observing satellites. Representative clouds were then layered on top of the mosaic. For more information, visit www.nasa.gov This video is public domain and can be downloaded at: svs.gsfc.nasa.gov Like our videos? Subscribe to NASA's Goddard Shorts HD podcast: svs.gsfc.nasa.gov Or find NASA Goddard Space Flight Center on facebook: Or find us on Twitter:
EQUINOX - Return Of The Elohim - Earth Rise HD Version EQUINOX - Return Of The Elohim - Earth Rise - Space Music Video - Ambient Music Collective ©1993-2007 AMC. Song from Original Score composed for film directed by Loretto Gubernatis.
earthrise - Energy Farmer earthrise visits a dairy farm in Wales that is powered by waste.
earthrise - Eco Toilets How an innovative toilet-to-garden process is turning waste into resource in Haiti's camp for the internally-displaced.
GDC09: Earthrise demo trailer This is an exclusive demo trailer of Masthead's Earthrise, shown to us at GDC09
earthrise - Local Hero: Richie Blink Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans in 2005. Richard Blink is now trying to restore the wetlands "sponge" and native species by replanting marsh trees and grasses in the bayous before bringing Mississippi river water, silt and mud into them.
earthrise - White Roofs An energy conservation project is cooling New York City's roof tops with a simple paint job.
JAXA Kaguya HD Earthrise Read more at www.kaguya.jaxa.jp
earthrise - Cycle City Denmark is pushing to minimise urban pollution by trying to turn its capital into the world's best city for cycling.
Camel - Earthrise. This track is from LP "Mirage " ( 1974 ) Doug Ferguson, Bass. Andy Ward, Drums. Peter Bardens, Piano. Andy Latimer, Guitar/ Vocals.
earthrise - Earthships Once considered a marginal eccentric, Reynolds is today seen as something of a green visionary, attracting architects, designers and builders who come to New Mexico to learn how to construct an earthship. Over a thousand have been built around the world, from Australia to Haiti to Southern England. earthrise visits the original earthship community in New Mexico to meet the big thinker behind the experimental homes.
earthrise - 24/7 Solar Torresol Energy in Spain has overcome one of solar energy's biggest challenges - operating when the sun does not shine.
Earthrise, Then and Now Forty years ago, on Dec. 24, 1968, astronauts on Apollo 8, having made the first human passage around the moon, were stunned to notice an "Earth Rise." In 2007, an HD camera aboard Japan's Kaguya satellite videotaped earth 'rising' and 'setting.' Set to music by Peter Rundquist, the images bring home the lonely, extraordinary nature of this "pale blue dot." Visit and www.jaxa.jp for more info. After consulting with my friend Andy Chaikin (http the definitive Apollo historian, I found out that confusion over who exclaimed about the Earth view has been cleared up. It was Bill Anders, not Frank Borman. Andy says he'd stake his (significant) reputation on this. The official NASA transcript still says "Anders or Borman"....
earthrise - Series three, episode four Securing the future of the endangered European eel, a former wetland restored by Australian farmer; and a successful marine protection project in Scotland.
earthrise - Episode four The scheme turning Kenya's lions and Maasai warriors into the best of friends; the Spanish company that has overcome one of solar energy's biggest challenges; the Californian vineyard making pesticides a thing of the past; and car sharing in Europe.
Two steps from hell - Earth Rising I own neither the audio nor the image, all rights reserved.
KAGUYA taking "Full Earth-rise" by HDTV (Apr. 5, 2008) KAGUYA (SELENE) taking "Full Earth-rise" by HDTV on Apr. 5, 2008. Aspect ratio 16:9 and HD quality in English narration. (C)JAXA/NHK
Earthrise - Episode three Thriving forests in Nepal, a comeback for the Iberian lynx, turning back time in New Zealand and the case for 'ecocide'.
Al Jazeera's new environmental programme earthrise is a new series that explores solutions to today's environmental challenges, taking an upbeat look at ecological, scientific, technological and design projects the world over. Catch the show on Al Jazeera English starting September 30.
earthrise - Episode one As the population booms and demand strains the world's meat supply, there is a need for alternatives to animal proteins. Plus, Britain's Pearl Mussels and stopping the Sahara Desert to extend its reach.