History of Environmentalism
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History of Environmentalism

[Music] All of the beauty that comes from nature, could be here one day but gone the next. If we want to keep all of this beauty, we must preserve what we have and take steps to better our future. We are not the only ones who were concerned with the environment though. The concern […]

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Let’s Protect Our Forest
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Let’s Protect Our Forest

There’s something special about a forest in the Pacific Northwest. It’s lush vibrant the air it just feels so alive and our minds can wander as we gaze up at the canopy of trees. The spirit of wild places may be one of the oldest we can choose to know. All we have to do […]

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We are BirdLife

Birds. We see them all the time. Up close or flying overhead on epic migrations across continents. There are nearly 11,000 different bird species worldwide each requiring a unique approach to conservation. How do we know? We look after them all. Our scientists are the leading authority on bird conservation. So we know that there […]

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The Great Ape Race
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The Great Ape Race

Alright, tonight is the inaugural Great Ape Race 2016. A fun event raising money for the Auckland Zoo Conservation Fund. It’s an adventure, it’s all going through the streets of Ponsonby all the way back to the Zoo. A bunch of fun challenges along the way. It’s not about the quickest, it’s about the smartest. […]

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Biological Sciences in 60 seconds
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Biological Sciences in 60 seconds

Bristol’s got it all It’s got fantastic natural history right here on the doorstep There’s a vibrant city all around and really, really high quality teaching Teaching is really important to every member of academic staff here We all teach – as Head of School I teach I teach ecology to the First Years As […]

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FWS Careers – Wildlife Biologist
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FWS Careers – Wildlife Biologist

My name is Robyn Bortner. I am a fish and wildlife biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and I’m in charge of managing the captive breeding population of black-footed ferrets and we are currently in front of the National Black-footed Ferret Conservation Center. A typical day at the ferret center depends on the […]

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Duchesse’s Story
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Duchesse’s Story

I like meeting new people– people from different countries. In Canada they care about everyone. They treat all their students in the same way I didn’t feel like I was a new person at the school. The students, the staff members, my vice-principal, my guidance counselor–they’re all helping me We have a very, very inclusive, […]

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Harrison Ford Tells All
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Harrison Ford Tells All

– I want to give you a chance to raise some money for a charity of your choice. – Oh, good. – I am gonna ask you some questions, uh, and, uh, you must answer them honestly. And I’ll be the judge if they’re actually honest or not. Even that–I don’t know the answers, I’m […]

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Water Conservation – Report to Calgarians
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Water Conservation – Report to Calgarians

WATER IS A PRECIOUS RESOURCE, AND IN THE SUMMER THERE’S LOTS OF WAYS TO CONSERVE IT. ♪ [MUSIC] ♪ BEING YARD SMART IS ONE WAY FOR US ALL TO SAVE WATER. BY GROWING PLANTS THAT REQUIRE LITTLE MOISTURE ONCE ESTABLISHED, USING RAIN BARRELS, AND ENSURING THAT YOUR LAWN ONLY GETS ONE INCH OF WATER PER […]

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