v7 2011 01 20 Dinosaurios en la rural
Nebraska Rural Living Website Have you ever thought about moving to the country? Two women who grew up in southeast Nebraska and experienced their own urban adventures now have a website to entice folks "back to the land." gives folks an inside look at life in their part of the country and encourages them to think about moving to rural America.
the rural alberta advantage - don`t haunt this place from album hometowns to get it for free
Indian Rural Olympics Where else would you see 90 year-olds in a 100-meter race, and a guy lift a scooter with his belly?
The Rural Alberta Advantage - "Drain The Blood" (Live on 89.3 The Current) The Rural Alberta Advantage performed "Drain The Blood" live in studio at 89.3 The Current.
New Wind Turbine Design Good for Rural, Urban Environment Wind power is one of the fastest growing forms of alternative energy in the world. More and more, wind power mills are seen in the countryside, in large wind farms and for the most part, away from city life. But a new form of wind power is now designed to work in an urban environment. VOA producer Zulima Palacio has the story. Mill Arcega narrates.
The Rural Alberta Advantage - "Edmonton" - HearYa Live Session 4/1/09 The Rural Alberta Advantage (The RAA) performs "Edmonton" live in-studio for . The session was recorded in downtown Chicago at Shirk Music + Sound and sponsored by Beer Nuts. Hear more live sessions at Eat salty nuts at http Camera Op: Mark Smirl Camera Switcher: Woody Editors: Mark Smirl and Stephen Shirk Producer: Stephen Shirk
Amazing Rural Inventor Chinese farmer creates homemade robots.
Rural England A slideshow of pictures displaying the beauty of rural England, set to "The Lord Is My Shepherd" (Psalm 23) by Howard Goodall (Theme from BBC Series 'The Vicar of Dibley')
Tracey Moffatt Night Cries: A Rural Tragedy (1989) 2 Synopsis A short experimental film shot totally in a studio, it is about the relationship between an Aboriginal daughter and her white mother. The daughter, now the sole carer of her dying mother, dreams of far away places. Curator's notes A short film written and directed by Tracey Moffatt, Night Cries is promoted as a possible sequel to Chauvel's feature film Jedda. What would have happened had Jedda survived, and became the primary carer of her white mother? Moffatt, one of Australia's most famous visual artists whose work is internationally acclaimed, continues her use of constructed environments, with no outdoor scenes filmed in this work. Shot entirely indoors, the design work of Steven Curtis in Night Cries can also be seen in Moffatt's feature film BeDevil. The beautiful use of rich colours, reflections and sounds open up the indoor environment of the set, and suggests the grand expanse of physical landscapes. Moffatt's use of famous Aboriginal singer Jimmy Little, who sings 'Royal Telephone' in Night Cries, evokes the presence of Christianity, and its role in the assimilation of Aboriginal peoples. The haunting textures of the painted landscape can then perhaps be reflective of a gradual change in how Aboriginal people relate to the land as a consequence of assimilation. The haunted look in the eyes of the Aboriginal daughter (Marcia Langton), is loaded with a sense of what could have been. The final scene of Night Cries is reminiscent of a scene from Jedda, when ...
The Rural Alberta Advantage - The Ballad of the RAA The Rural Alberta Advantage - The Ballad of the RAA Please support this band.
Survival: Urban vs. Rural vs. Suburban Areas I discuss the advantages and disadvantages to living in rural, urban and suburban areas after an societal collapse and a TEOTWAWKI situation. I also discuss inner city gangs, defense structures, bugging out and some areas to avoid in an economic collapse scenario. PART 4 - PREPARING AND SURVIVAL IN THE CITY Election Night coverage
Reverend Horton Heat - Rural Point of View Album:Laughin' and Cryin' With the Reverend Horton Heat (2009)
Richard Wakeford: Tomorrow's Rural World Rural areas, frequently described as disadvantaged, remote, and economically challenged are, according to Richard Wakeford, the very sites on which the future society will depend. Able to provide quality food, clean water, and renewable energy sources rural areas make available products that nobody, not even city dwellers, can do without. The challenge, Wakeford argues, will be ensuring that the natural and human resources exist to provide these products in the future. Focusing on Green Growth, the ways current economies can transition to sustainable economies while promoting growth and reducing pollution and waste, Wakeford describes the rural future. Green Growth, he says, will necessarily include the environment as a source of economic growth and will require a set of evaluation terms that acknowledge natural capital, instead of focusing on monetary based terms like GDP. Looking to the coming decades, Wakeford describes the challenges climate change, rising energy prices, migration trends and overall increases in population pose to the management of human and natural resources. Providing strategies to promote green growth, Wakeford charges innovative young adults to actualize them.
Fifth Gear Rural Crash Test Tom conducts a crash test to see if lowering the rural speed limit by 10 MPH will help save lives
Rural America running low on doctors Thousands of rural areas in the US are in need of more physicians, but convincing new doctors to embrace the country lifestyle can be difficult. Nevertheless, many doctors practicing in rural America say the support of their community members keeps them there. Medical professionals and rural health advocates are searching for solutions to this rural physician shortage.
Working to Help the Poor in Rural Bangladesh Before you can help - you have to listen. Using a small portion of my money I had saved up (as part of my "Xbox 360 Challenge") I help the 30 part-time rural school kids seen in my previous video. If you haven't seen that video already, check it out: To find out more about my project in Bangladesh, check out my blog: I'm not a charity or NGO, but if you want to donate to my work here, check out If you want to support a registered (tax-deductible) charity instead, check out: To find out what I mean by my "Xbox 360 Challenge" take a look at this video: The music in this video (in order used) are: "How Far" - Jamison Young "Cien Volando - Instrumental" - Josh Woodward Music by Jamison Young and Josh Woodward are used under an in perpetuity Creative Commons attribution-only license. You can download their music for free at: Jamison Young: Josh Woodward: This video uses a clip from the 2006 Notre Dame Forum. This short excerpt has been used with written permission from the University of Notre Dame's Office of Public Affairs and Communication. This video is free for you to use and share under a Creative Commons license (BY-NC-SA).
Explore Rural India People staying in rural areas of rajasthan. They earn either by stiching or by farming
The Rural Alberta Advantage - Drain The Blood Track: Drain The Blood From: Hometowns Artist: The Rural Alberta Advantage One of my favourite albums of the last couple of years. Still waiting on a UK tour!!
Rural Alaska: Why do I live here? Filmed in Shungnak, Alaska (north of the Arctic Circle) and set to music, villagers are asked why they enjoy living there. At the end of the 4-minute film, you'll start to understand why they choose to live there, too. Filmed by Krista Galyen. UPDATE: Warner Brothers has complained and so the audio is no longer available on this particular YouTube video...unfortunately that also gets rid of all the interview audio as well. :(
Rural Surveillance Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Rural Surveillance AVA19234VNB1 - 1993 The video shows how to conduct a proper surveillance in rural areas. This includes proper camouflage, use of cover, and tactics as set down in the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) policy.
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Learning English Pronunciation - RURAL - #342 MORE FREE VIDEOS Todays word is rural. This is an adjective which means pertaining to country life. For example, you can say, Their home has a charming rural feel to it.
Metal-poisoned water plagues rural Michigan town A cry for attention in a forgotten town. When John Dekker fills his hot tub, it's so brown he can't even see the top nozzle. When Kari Craton waters her garden, everything turns orange... before dying. Find out what's going on in this rural Michigan town... and why its residents are outraged. Produced by Takayuki Ono
KIR Locavores.mov "Locavores" -- 2010 Keepin' It Rural Video Contest winner!
Chinese rural communities embrace solar power - 28 Sept 08 China's economic transformation has been hailed as many things, but environmentally sensitive isn't usually one of them. But now, green technology is increasingly being used - both to meet targets on renewable energy and to bring some of the fruits of China's new wealth to far-flung and isolated communities. Tony Cheng reports from Xinjiang province in western China.
The Rural Alberta Advantage Frank, AB
World: Finding Supermodels in Rural Brazil - /video A model scout searches for the next Gisele Bündchen in a region known for genetic ***tails prized by the beauty industry. Related Article: nyti.ms
India Economic Summit 2007 - Rural and Urban Development 03.12.2007 World Economic Forum India Economic Summit 2007 Rural and Urban Development: India's Dual Imperatives With half of the world now living in cities, India too faces the challenge of stemming massive migration from rural communities, where 70% of the population currently lives. What steps are being taken to expand economic opportunities in rural areas? What plans will ensure the sustainable growth of urban areas? How should the strategies be linked? Special Guests Mani Shankar Aiyar, Minister of Panchayati Raj and Youth Affairs and Sports of India Jaipal Reddy, Minister of Urban Development of India Discussion Leaders Mohamed A. Alabbar, Chairman, Emaar Properties, United Arab Emirates Anand G. Mahindra, Vice-Chairman and Managing Director, Mahindra & Mahindra, India; Co-Chair of the India Economic Summit Ben J. Verwaayen, Chief Executive Officer, BT, United Kingdom; Co-Chair of the India Economic Summit Chaired by Nik Gowing, Main Presenter, BBC World, United Kingdom
Rural Japan: JFAQ96 experience the beauty of rural Japan
The Rural Alberta Advantage - Drain The Blood The Rural Alberta Advantage - Drain The Blood from the album Hometowns Directed by Ante Kovac
sadhguru jaggi vasudev at rural rejuvenation
Rural Alberta Advantage - In the Summertime Directed by Kristofer Delaney
Urban, Suburban, & Rural Fulfills Ohio Academic Content Standards for Social Studies/Geography-- about the differences between urban, suburban, and rural. Content for a 2nd grade audience
Gothic 3 Soundtrack - Vista Point Track 04 - Vista Point Composed by Kai Rosenkranz.
It Gets Better, Rural Dykes! This is for young lesbians who are not in cities. Being a rural dyke has some challenges, but it is really cool, and totally worth sticking around for. Please don't give up, you can write me if you'd like, too. Yay for country queers!
Rural Hungary (1939) Rural Hungary (1939) - A James A. FitzPatricks "Traveltalk" in Technicolor. Copyright: April 22, 1939
BigFoot Sighting in rural NC News Channel 3 in VIrginia Beach, VA BigFoot in rural North Carolina!
Rural China "Children Left Behind" Documentary (part 2 of 3) UNICEF Awarded "Children Left Behind" in Rural China Documentary "They have parents, but they live very lonely lives. They eat alone, they play alone." Producer: Catherine Lee Yuk San "Children Left Behind", a 30-minute documentary, chronicles the lives of children who are "left behind" in the villages of rural China, when their parents migrate to urban areas in search of work. As part of China's economic boom, it is estimated that over 120 million rural migrants have moved to urban areas to work in factories and construction. A new phenomenon in China, the number of children "left behind" is now estimated to be over 22 million. Although it is their basic right to have their parent's love, concern and care, in reality you can see that they live like an orphan. (For more info, visit *permission given by TVB Jade (C) 2008 TVB Jade
Rural China "Children Left Behind" Documentary (part 1 of 3) UNICEF Awarded "Children Left Behind" in Rural China Documentary "They have parents, but they live very lonely lives. They eat alone, they play alone." Producer: Catherine Lee Yuk San "Children Left Behind", a 30-minute documentary, chronicles the lives of children who are "left behind" in the villages of rural China, when their parents migrate to urban areas in search of work. As part of China's economic boom, it is estimated that over 120 million rural migrants have moved to urban areas to work in factories and construction. A new phenomenon in China, the number of children "left behind" is now estimated to be over 22 million. Although it is their basic right to have their parent's love, concern and care, in reality you can see that they live like an orphan. (For more info, visit *permission given by TVB Jade (C) 2008 TVB Jade