January 31, 2013
January 26, 2013
An animated short by Aspen Center for Environmental Studies exploring how forests affect, and are affected by, the forces around them.
When evaluating building materials, it is important to consider their environmental impact across their life cycle. This video highlights how wood products have less embodied energy, are responsible for lower air and water pollution, and have a lighter carbon footprint than other commonly used building materials. Visit reThink Wood's website to learn how wood delivers more and has a lower cost to the environment.
With the rainforests disappearing and global warming melting the ice caps, people will try anything to save our Earth. Find out 10 strange ways to save the environment.
January 25, 2013
WWF's Global Marine Programme is working to increase international attention for the conservation of vast expanses of ocean, and immediately protect the high seas. Around 64% of the oceans - an area covering half the planet - lie beyond the national jurisdiction of any country. Known as the high seas, these international waters are open-access common areas for everyone.
- International Day of Forests 2013 / FAO
- MAN / Steve Cutts
- One Day in Yosemite / @YosemiteNPS
- 10 Civilizations You've Never Heard Of / @alltime1...
- 10 Epic Expeditions That Changed History / @alltim...
- What's Happening in our Forest? / @ACESaspen
- Wood Reduces the Environmental Impact of Buildings...
- 10 Strange Ways To Save The Environment / @alltime...
- Spruce Wants to Live Too
- The importance of the high seas / @WWF
- Cause an Uproar / @NatGeo
- Leopard vs. the World / @NatGeo
- How Sinkholes like Guatemala happen / @OasisHD
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