Tag Archives: Climate Change

SOS Amazônia

SOS Amazônia

Fridays for Future Brazil launches international campaign to combat Covid-19 in the Amazon Rainforest. SOS Amazônia has a goal of raising 1 million Reais to donate hygiene items, food supplies and health equipments. Contributions can be made through https://www.sosamazonia.fund/en This video was first published onSource link . We are just …

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Diary of a Glaciologist

Diary of a Glaciologist

How much trouble is humanity in as Earth’s ancient glaciers melt? One of the world’s foremost glaciologists, Dr. Eric Rignot, returns to Greenland hoping to go the furthest north he’s ever been on a boat – a perilous journey fraught with sea ice and no radio signal – for the …

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Macaco Tamerice, Damanhur, Italy – Communities on Edge 02

Macaco Tamerice, Damanhur, Italy - Communities on Edge 02

Macaco Tamerice works as an ambassador for Damanhur and is the Coordinator of International Community Relations. In 2008, she became Vice President of GEN-Europe, in 2010 was elected President, staying in office until 2015. She is now serving on the Advisory Board of GEN- International and is President of the …

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Paul Yeboah, Ghana Permaculture Institute – Communities on Edge 01

Paul Yeboah, Ghana Permaculture Institute - Communities on Edge 01

Paul Yeboah, is an educator, farmer, permaculturist, community developer, and social entrepreneur. He is the founder and coordinator of the Ghana Permaculture Institute and Network in Techiman, Ghana, West Africa. Communities on the Edge: Our Response to the Climate Emergency is a series of videos from the Global Ecovillage Network, …

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Climate Change: The Special Risks to Children, Pregnant Women, and Older Adults

Climate Change: The Special Risks to Children, Pregnant Women, and Older Adults

(00:15 – Tracey Woodruff – Climate, Pollution, and Prenatal and Child Health, 09:53 – Pooja Singal – Children’s Unique Vulnerability to Climate Change, 26:23 – Anna Chodos – The Special Risks to Older Adults) We are all exposed to the consequences of climate change but some populations are more vulnerable. …

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Deforestation and Climate Change

Deforestation and Climate Change

Carbon dioxide – large amounts of it – is believed to be the main contributor to climate change. Carbon dioxide is a naturally occurring element in the atmosphere, but it is also a byproduct of fossil-fuel combustion. VOA’s Rebecca Ward reports that while nature provides the means to deal with …

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[Webinar] Climate Change & Covid-19: A Tale Of Two Crises

[Webinar] Climate Change & Covid-19: A Tale Of Two Crises

Climate change and Covid-19 could have something in common: they both may well stem from our treatment of nature. What lessons can we learn from these two crises? As part of the #EarthDayKL2020 April celebrations, Friends of Bukit Kiara president, Ir Dr Kriban GN, spoke on a panel hosted by …

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There is no plan(et) B: The fight for strong climate action in Canada

There is no plan(et) B: The fight for strong climate action in Canada

In our online conversation series #BetterThanNormal, Ecojustice program directors share an exclusive look at what their teams are working on right now, and how they’re adapting their legal strategies to ensure Canada is #BetterThanNormal on the other side of the COVID-19 pandemic. Post-coronavirus, we’ll still be in a climate emergency. …

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Angry Canadian Tells it Like It Is – June 10, 2020 many people lack common sense, think people think

Angry Canadian Tells it Like It Is - June 10, 2020 many people lack common sense, think people think

Thinking is not a spectator sport. Has common sense gone extinct? From 12 yrs. climate emergency – existential threat you know to Covid -19 Global Pandemic, Racism sparks protests and riots and now movements for defunding cops. What’s next? This video was first published onSource link . We are just …

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How Climate Change Affects Your Skin

How Climate Change Affects Your Skin

Our climate is changing and the world is warming. Our health and wellbeing will be impacted. What does this have to do with skin? As out first line of defense we rely on our skin to be a barrier and protector. Dr. Mary Williams, Clinical Professor of Dermatology at UCSF, …

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