1. Abeilles dans la Lavande

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    L’abeille domestique, Apis mellifera, est un insecte de l’ordre des Hyménoptères.Elle posséde une longue langue pour recueillir le nectar, de disposer, sur les pattes arrière, d’un astucieux système pour entreposer le pollen. Vidéo réalisée par Christian Watier / Vidéothèque Watier-Visuel ©

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    • Abeilles, semences, jardins familiaux sans oublier l'Albanie et la Birmanie : des exemples de mon travail récent

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      Ceci est une petite bande démo qui vous permettra de vous faire une idée de mon travail de réalisateur

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      • Abellon CleanEnergy, Crop waste clears the air in India

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        Download this film on our website: http://www.ashden.org/winners/abellon11 Abellon currently produces around 65,000 tonnes of pellets per year for large industrial customers and provides over 215 local jobs. These pellets not only save around 110,000 tonnes of CO2 per year, but produce less dust and smoke so factory workers find them easier to handle, as well as healthier. The company aims to treble sales in India over the next five years, and to expand into international markets. Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/AshdenAwards 'Like' us on Facebook: facebook.com/AshdenAwards

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        • A Better Life? Devin Nunes & His Bad Bill

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          A Better Life? Devin Nunes & His Bad Bill (9:08) Congressman Devin Nunes won't like this video. But then, Salmon Water Now doesn't like his newest piece of legislation that he wants to make the law of the land. Have you read or seen anything about HR 1837? Talk about an abomination! Please, talk about it with everyone you know. This bill is designed to benefit a few San Joaquin valley interests at the expense of State and national water quality protection and State water rights laws. It will cost millions of dollars and destroy jobs throughout Northern California, Oregon and Washington states because of its impacts on the commercial and recreational fishing industries and the surrounding communities. The Nunes' bill represents a blatant regional power grab to ensure a select group of irrigators jump to the head of the water bucket line at the expense of everyone else in the state. There seems to be no end to his dreams of delivering unlimited and unrestricted amounts of water for agriculture in the Central Valley. HR 1837 would virtually guarantee unlimited amounts of water for valley irrigators and prohibit any water from being used for the environment. And salmon? Screw 'em. Congressman Nunes has never been shy about pushing the agenda of big agriculture. He's quick to label anyone who questions his position as being a "radical environmentalist." Well go get your "Save the Earth" button clutch it in your hand as you watch this new video. After you watch it, fire off an email or phone call to your Congressional representative and let he or she know that HR 1837 needs to be killed. And while you're at it -- tell Devin Nunes that it's time for Salmon Water, Now.

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          • ABF: The Elements of Success

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            We created this short film for Associated British Foods, an international food, ingredients and retail business. This two minute piece combined stop-motion animation and tracking to give a snapshot of the diversity of the business and display this year's financial results. To find out more visit: www.abf.co.uk

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            • ABIC 2012 Conference - Food security - Science Media Centre (NZ) briefing

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              The Science Media Centre hosted a media briefing on-site and online from the Agricultural Biotechnology International Conference (ABIC) in Rotorua today, to explore these and other questions around food security and the role of biotechnology.

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              • A Bird's Eye View

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                This is a video I produced about livestock judging in a professional manner. In this video I talk to professional livestock judge, Dr. Scott Schaake of Kansas State University about his involvement in livestock judging and the livestock industry.

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                • ABM About the Science - Dr. Gary Harman - Beneficial Aspects of Trichoderma

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                  The first in a series of videos, "About the Science." Dr. Gary Harman explains the beneficial aspects of the Trichoderma strains used in seed treatments formulated and distributed by Advanced Biological Marketing (ABM). To learn more about ABM's products please visit http://www.abm1st.com/ Trichoderma, when it is applied to seeds is quiescent - so it remains on the seeds as long as the seeds are dry. But once the seeds are moistened, then Trichoderma begins to grow and it immediately colonizes the root. Once it colonizes the root, it establishes a relationship with the plant. And the good strains , that we have, continue to grow onto the root and ( with the root ) provide benefits for the life of the crop ( at least for annual crops ) . Trichoderma doesn't change the genetic composition of the plant-- and the plant still has the same genes it always had. But it triggers the genes that it does have to work more efficiently - so that we get a lot of benefits that people are also trying to accomplish through plant engineering and breeding but we don't have to change the plant at all. So it works across plants of all sorts.

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                  • ABM About the Science - Nitrogen Fixation and Leghemoglobin

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                    Leghemoglobin carries oxygen to the bacteria found within the plant nodules. The plant feeds the bacteria in order to carry out biological nitrogen fixation. Visit www.abm1st.com to discover products that will assist your crop's nitrogen fixation. Video Transcript: ABM-About Science-004-LDK-LEGHEMOGLOBIN ABM- About the Science, Leghemoglobin, Dr. L. David Kuykendall PhD Consulting Senior Scientist ABM -- Each nodule can be thought of as a factory where hundreds of millions of bacteria reside in about a hundred thousand different plant cells , which are filled with bacteria - and are fed essential nutrients by the plant - such as oxygen carried to the bacteria by leghemoglobin. Yes that's right, the plant makes leg hemoglobin ( for soybeans ) which is essentially like our own hemoglobin in our red blood cells. And it does so to carry oxygen to the bacteria. The bacteria require oxygen to maximize the energy they get from the photosynthet that the plant feeds the bacterium in order for it to be able to carry out Biological Nitrogen Fixation ( BNF ). Learn More - about ABM inoculants, the science and the advantages of using crop biologicals. Visit the ABM Facebook site at: www.facebook.com/abm1st

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                    • A.B.M. TOUHIDUL ALAM

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                      COP18 (4/12/12) - A. B. M. Touhidul Alam, Associate Coordinator of Barcik, explains the how Bangladesh is attempting to adapt to the effects of climate change. Touhidul Alam explains that climate change has a massive impact on Bangladesh, especially through flooding. He outlines the importance of helping nations to adapt so they do not have to migrate to more resilient regions. farmers have the knowledge and capacity to feed the entire nation but they do need support in the face of a changing climate local and indigenous knowledge is one of the best ways to adapt

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