Human Impact On The Environment Video about the influence that humans have and are having on our planet.
Cat Poop Can Save The Environment! My Refresh Project Video -- youtu.be For more YouTubers on the Refresh Project, subscribe to -- bit.ly Find ideas near your community, and VOTE on your favorites -- pep.si - Episode #15: How To Save The Environment ** Three Steps To Success ** Answering life's harder questions... in three simple steps! Humans have been polluting Earth for millions of years... but after careful research, our team has discovered the answers to our environmental dilemas! Here, Jonathan shares with you the solution in just three simple steps! +++++ Support The Show +++++ FAQ Video - bit.ly T-Shirts ----- bit.ly ideo App ---- Live Show -- bit.ly Donate $$ -- bit.ly +++++ Connect With Us +++++ ::: Jonathan Paula ::: YouTube ---- bit.ly Twitter ------- bit.ly Facebook --- bit.ly ::: ideo Productions ::: YouTube ---- bit.ly Twitter ------- bit.ly Facebook --- bit.ly +++++ Video Credits +++++ Created by: Jonathan Paula Camera: Panasonic HMC-150 Software: Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Computer: bit.ly An ideo Production - © 2010. ~
Lori Hunter - Population, Health, and Environment "Population, Health, and Environment: Exploring the Connections," an original ECSP video, offers a lively, brief, and accessible explanation of population-health-environment connections, with examples and photos from successful programs in the Philippines. Presenter Lori Hunter of the University of Colorado, Boulder spoke at the Wilson Center earlier this year as part of ECSP's PHE meeting series. For more information on population, health, and environment, please visit /phe.
Batman: Arkham Asylum - Environment (Game Trailer) In Batman: Arkham Asylum, developed by Rocksteady Studios, the player assumes the role of Batman as he delivers The Joker to Arkham Asylum. There, the imprisoned super-villains have set a trap and an immersive combat gaming experience unfolds. With an original script penned by Emmy Award-winning Batman writer Paul Dini, the game brings the universe of DC Comics' detective to life with stunning graphics.
Crash Course: Chapter 18 - Environmental Data (1 of 2) by Chris Martenson Chapter 18 - Environmental Data (1 of 2): The entire human population reached three billion in 1960, and today more than twice that number of people live on earth with rapid growth expected to continue in the future. Unfortunately, an increasing population increases the demand for earth's natural resources. In this chapter, Dr. Chris Martenson explains that since the easiest-to-extract, most abundant natural resources are extracted first, our growing population will have to deal with scarce, energy-consuming, low-grade resource availability in the near future.
It's My Environment! For more info: www.epa.gov For Earth Day, we challenged people to show us something simple they do for the environment and pass along a sign declaring personal responsibility for the environment. This video shows 41 of the submissions, but you can see all of them at The original deadline was April 15, but the response was so good that we've decided to extend it throughout EPA's 40th anniversary year. We'll create additional compilations as we go. Show us what you can do! For more about EPA: www.epa.gov We accept comments according to our comment policy: blog.epa.gov Disclaimer: The US Government does not promote or endorse any non-Government or commercial content appearing on this page.
Inside the Transition: Energy & Environment Policy Team A behind-the-scenes look at how President-elect Obama's Transition Team is approaching climate issues. www.change.gov
50 years of Protecting Europe's Environment More information: Today the European Union has the most environmentally-friendly arsenal of rules in the world and has done more to tackle pressing ecological problems, such as climate change, than any other major power. But it has not always been like this. Caring for the environment did not feature in the Treaty of Rome, the document that gave birth to the modern day EU. Yet environmental problems were never far away. Europe's love affair with the car was moving into top gear, industry was busy belching out pollutants and raw sewage was being pumped into our rivers and seas.
Climate Change, Migration and Environmental Refugees As the science of climate change becomes increasingly well understood, the ramifications of projected increases in temperature, changes to rainfall patterns, rises in sea-level and increase in extreme weather events require attention from policy-makers worldwide. This is particularly apparent in relation to migration, refugees and international security, with climate change acting as a threat multiplier to exacerbate existing tensions and instability. The Institute of Environmental Studies, in conjunction with the Climate Change Research Centre, the Faculty of Law and the Refugee Council of Australia held a public forum at UNSW on these very issues featuring Professor Andy Pitman, Dr Jane McAdam and Anna Samson. Visit www.ies.unsw.edu.au for more details. Contact: Sarah Terkes | +61 2 9385 5759 | s.terkes@.au
Crash Course: Chapter 18 - Environmental Data (2 of 2) by Chris Martenson Chapter 18 - Environmental Data (2 of 2): The entire human population reached three billion in 1960, and today more than twice that number of people live on earth with rapid growth expected to continue in the future. Unfortunately, an increasing population increases the demand for earth's natural resources. In this chapter, Dr. Chris Martenson explains that since the easiest-to-extract, most abundant natural resources are extracted first, our growing population will have to deal with scarce, energy-consuming, low-grade resource availability in the near future.
Human Environment Challenges In his talk, Barry Hill defined "human environment challenges," and discussed the relationship between the rule of law and government enforcement of protective environmental laws to address these challenges. He spoke about one of the most pressing human environment challenges: the availability of clean water both in US territories and internationally. He stressed the importance of measuring governmental performance through appropriate performance measures, using Jordan as an example of how he works with other countries. Speaker Biography: Barry Hill is a distinguished public servant, author and academic, who in his present position is responsible for coordinating the EPA's capacity-building initiatives for foreign governments in environmental law and policy. Additionally, he is responsible for enforcement and compliance assurance and helps to train foreign judges in environmental law. Recently, his new textbook/handbook, "Environmental Justice: Legal Theory and Practice" (March 2009), was published by the Environmental Law Institute (ELI), a leading think tank in environmental law and policy.
The Environmental Cost of China's Growth
Coral reef fish danger - Blue Planet - BBC Environment BBC 'Blue Planet - Deep Trouble' team explain the environmental dangers facing the world's shallow waters. With high demands for rare species of fish, coral reefs are in danger of being fished out and deserted. Brilliant natural world video.
George Carlin on The Environment (HQ) Jammin in New York: April 24th, 1992 The Planet is Fine, The People are ***ed Earth: 4500000000 years People: 200000 years The Earth Has Been Around 22500 TIMES Longer Than Us
How's the environment? - Yes Minister - BBC comedy Another quiet chat at a function in Yes Minister. British political comedy from the BBC.
FRANCE 24 Environment - Focus on the hydro power: La Verna dam in France ENVIRONMENT - From Pyrennees: focus on the hydro power - Dams damages in Venezuela - Switzerland becoming Europe's battery?
FOX ATTACKS the ENVIRONMENT Petition: You won't believe the lies and misinformation Fox News is spreading about global warming and climate change.
In Country: Vietnam - Environment & Weapon Teaser Trailer We are pleased to unveil our latest media release. After many months of work we are ready to let the public take their first look at what we've been working on in this 'Environment & Weapon' teaser trailer. Remember we are a hard working small MOD team and all the support we have received from the community is greatly valued. If you wish to keep following us and keep up to date with our progress please sign up to our Steam Group or Twitter Feed or contact us via our forums. http
Innovation in a Disruptive Environment (October 7, 2009) Steve Jurvetson, partner at Draper Fisher Jurvetson, offers perspective on the market opportunities in innovation and technology. Topics discussed include the necessity for utter market disruption, interdisciplinary solutions (particularly across the "bio-nano" life sciences and engineering), and advice for those interested in working in the venture capital arena. Steve Jurvetson is a Managing Director of Draper Fisher Jurvetson. He was the founding VC investor in Hotmail, Interwoven and Kana. He also led the firm's investments in Tradex and Xyras and most recently, in pioneering companies in nanotechnology and molecular electronics. Stanford University: www.stanford.edu Stanford Center for Professional Development: scpd.stanford.edu Stanford Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Program: etl.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube:
Johan Rockstrom: Let the environment guide our development Human growth has strained the Earth's resources, but as Johan Rockstrom reminds us, our advances also give us the science to recognize this and change behavior. His research has found nine "planetary boundaries" that can guide us in protecting our planet's many overlapping ecosystems.TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes, Pattie Maes on the "Sixth Sense" wearable tech, and "Lost" producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on , at http Watch a highlight reel of the Top 10 TEDTalks at
Gulf Oil Spill-Gutsy Solution Restores Environment in Just Six Weeks - The Texas Land Office and Texas Water Commission successfully used 'oil eating' microbes to clean up large oil spills in just weeks. Microbes hunt down and eat the toxic oil and leave only a biodegradable waste that is non-toxic to humans and marine life. Marshland and beaches were pristine again in just weeks---not years like the Exxon Valdez spill. This is the answer to save the seafood industry and all the precious creatures we are about to kill.
A message to the environmental movement TRANSCRIPT: This is James Corbett of and I come here today with a message for you. You the environmentalists, you the activists, you the campaigners. You who have watched with growing concern the ways in which the world around us has been ravaged in the pursuit of the almighty dollar. You who are concerned with the state of the planet that we are leaving for our children and our grandchildren and those generations yet unborn... To continue reading the transcript, please click here:
Law 271: Environmental Law and Policy - Lecture 1 What is Environmental Law? Insights from Ecology and Economics Instructor Holly Doremus. This introductory course is designed to explore fundamental legal and policy issues in environmental law. Through examination of environmental common law and key federal environmental statutes, including the National Environmental Policy Act, Clean Air Act, and Clean Water Act, it exposes students to the major challenges to environmental law and the principal approaches to meeting those challenges, including litigation, command and control regulation, technology forcing, market incentives, and information disclosure requirements. With the addition of cross-cutting topics such as risk assessment and environmental federalism, it also gives students a grounding in how choices about regulatory standards and levels of regulatory authority are made. www.law.berkeley.edu
Sustainable Living Program, Environment 185, ESLP, Lecture 1, UCLA Scott Sherman on "Introductions, Footprints, and Empowerment," as part of theEducation for Sustainable Living Program (ESLP). ESLP is a student designed, student developed, and student facilitated program offered through UCLA's Institute of the Environment. ESLP runs a Lecture Series which brings guest speakers from UCLA and across the country to speak on specialized subjects including food systems, green business, organic gardens, sustainable living, the green economy, environmental justice, transportation, as well as sustainability projects across Los Angeles. More information can be found at www.eslp-. Scott Sherman is a founder of the Transformative Action Institute (TIA), devoted to training a new generation of social entrepreneurs, innovators, visionaries and problem-solvers for the 21st century. Some clips and images may have been blurred or removed to avoid copyright infringement. * See all the UCLA Education for Sustainable Living classes in this series: * See more courses from UCLA: * See more from UCLA's main channel on YouTube:
Population and Environment I made this for my Population and Environment class, Fall 2006, University of Oregon, Geography Department. Leave a comment, I'd like to know what people think.
The Davos Debates 2009 - Environment - Your Answers 26.01.2009 Mash-up video of some of your answers to the Davos Debates 2009 Environment Question "Will the environment lose out to the economy in 2009?" See more videos and submit your own, and keep an eye this week as the leaders at the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos respond to your videos. Thanks to the YouTubers included in this mash-up:
Test Results in for Goldstream River LANGFORD - The Ministry of Environment says test results confirm fluorescein was used to dramatically change the colour of the Goldstream River and the fountain on Veterans Memorial Parkway in Langford. In an email, Ministry staff says fluorescein is a synthetic organic compound soluble in water and alcohol. It goes on to say fluorescein is not toxic and the Ministry of Environment staff do not believe that fish or fish habitat were harmed during this incident. That assessment is based on the flow rate of the river, the probable concentration of the chemical, and laboratory results. However, every St. Patrick's Day fluorescein was used to dye the Chicago River green. That changed when the United States Environmental Protection Agency outlawed its use to change the river's colour after it proved fluorescein to be harmful to the waterway. Those findings have nature lovers worried about the long term affects the chemical could have here.
HOME - The environment HOME has a very clear message. We have a greater impact on the Earth than it can bear. We over-consume and are depleting the Earth's resources. From the air, it's easy to see the Earth's wounds. So, HOME simply sets out our current situation, while saying that a solution exists. The film's subtitle could be It's Too Late To Be A Pessimist. We have reached a crossroads; important decisions must be taken to change our world. Everybody knows about what the film says, but nobody wants to believe it. So HOME adds its weight to the argument of environmental organizations that we need to revert to a more commonsensical approach and change our consumer way of life. On June 5th we all have a date with the planet! www.home-2009.com
Environmental Friendly Kitchens - BuildingGreenTV In this short video, host Kevin Contreras shows us the highlight of his kitchen, a beautiful system designed by Italian manufacturer Valcucine, and takes us to the home of ecofabulous's Zem Joachim to see her favorite green kitchen item. Building Green is airing nationally on PBS affiliates and is now available on iTunes!
Bioshock 2: Lead Environment Artist (Art Of The Game Part 2 of 5 Preview) S03E02 Bioshock 2: Art of the Game part 2 of 5 with rest of episodes exclusively on Xbox Live and on Zune. Search for Art of The Game in the Zune Gamer TV section on Xbox Live to download the full series! Bioshock 2: Lead Environment Artist (Art Of The Game Part 2 of 5 Preview) S03E02 In the second episode of the five-part Art of the Game series about the making of BioShock 2, 2K Marin lead environment artist Hogarth de la Plante talks about his previous experience on the first BioShock and how the close working relationship between the art and design teams carried over into making this game. Explore the world of Ryan Amusements and how the level provides an opportunity to fill in the back story for those who have not played the first game while not boring those who already have played it. ------------------------------------------ Follow Machinima on Twitter! Machinima Inside Gaming Machinima Respawn Machinima Entertainment, Technology, Culture FOR MORE MACHINIMA, GO TO: FOR MORE GAMEPLAY, GO TO: TAGS: yt:quality=high Bioshock 2 Bio Shock 2 Shock Irrational Games 2K UPC 710425315510 MPN 39553 splicers big sister Art of the Game AotG lead environment artist hogarth de la plante hogie marin
Environmental Tips - How to Go Green presents... Some tips and suggestions for going green and doing your part to save the environment.
QI - Environmental Damage (4x10) From the episode of the missing Alan! (Also known as the Divination episode of series D). The question is about the person who has single-handedly caused the most damage to the environment.
Ali G - Environment ali g talks some people about the environment, and recycling, etc
The Quest for Environmental Justice: Human Rights Robert D. Bullard has been described as the nation's leading authority on race and the environment. In this presentation from UC Santa Barbara, Bullard takes a look at the connection between human rights and the politics of pollution. Series: Voices [8/2006] [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 11878]
Jim Carrey - Environmental Guy From the TV show In Living Color.
Environmental Questions Persist in Post-Spill Gulf Ray Suarez revisits one of the biggest stories of the year - the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Months after the well was sealed, questions remain about exactly how much damage the massive spill has done to the Gulf Coast.
Flying and the environment -- the EU leads the way More information: . Flying is something we take for granted but all those business trips and holidays are contributing to global warming. This film looks at the new laws being put forward by the EU to cut the amount of CO2 produced by air travel and hears what scientists and those involved in the flying business have to say.
Crash Course: Chapter 18 - Environmental Data by Chris Martenson Chapter 18 - Environmental Data: The entire human population reached three billion in 1960, and today more than twice that number of people live on earth with rapid growth expected to continue in the future. Unfortunately, an increasing population increases the demand for earth's natural resources. In this chapter, Dr. Chris Martenson explains that since the easiest-to-extract, most abundant natural resources are extracted first, our growing population will have to deal with scarce, energy-consuming, low-grade resource availability in the near future.
Environmental Sustainability Group Project. Educational Video