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Climate Projections as a Way to Illustrate Future Possibilities

Welcome. My name is John Ossanna. I’m here at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. Welcome to this vision of our web series in partnership with the National Climate Adaptation Center for the US Geographical Survey. Today’s webinar is titled “Climate Projections as a Way to Illustrate Future Possibilities.” We’re excited to […]

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50 Minutes to Save the World
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50 Minutes to Save the World

(breathing heavily) – [Amir] I’m about to share with you an urgent issue that affects us all. Our main source of oxygen is on the verge of collapsing. Whether or not you heed the warning in these next few moments will be the difference between our survival or our extinction. (suspenseful music) (alarm beeping) (yawns) […]

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Champions of Change for Sustainable Fisheries
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Champions of Change for Sustainable Fisheries

Female Speaker: Good afternoon and welcome, welcome to the White House. It was so nice to spend some time with many of you yesterday evening at the event. Big thanks to the Walton Foundation for that event that brought everybody together to really celebrate chef’s and their work and sustainable fishing. So great introduction in […]

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Baltimore: Conservation in a Big City
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Baltimore: Conservation in a Big City

Narrator: Baltimore, Maryland. According to one study, the air in Maryland is the 5th dirtiest in the nation. Are there ways for America’s 21st largest city to cut emissions and save energy and money? Baltimore is unique in that it has over 225 neighborhoods within the city limits. Narrator: Like Kansas, it’s been using competition […]

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The Endangered Species Act Explained In Under 5 Minutes
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The Endangered Species Act Explained In Under 5 Minutes

The Trump administration has recently announced plans to hurt the Endangered Species’ Act ability to…protect…endangered species. Hang on, did I read that right? Despite that fact that a Republican President– Richard Nixon– passed this bill in 1973, Republicans have been trying to gut it for decades, preferring short-term economic benefits over preservation of the biodiversity […]

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