1. Nepal Disaster Relief Video PSA


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    In response to the devastation wrought by Saturday’s earthquake and powerful aftershocks in Nepal, the Ad Council has joined the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Center for International Disaster Information (USAID CIDI) to launch a series of television, print and digital public service advertisements (PSAs) encouraging Americans to make financial contributions to disaster relief efforts. The PSAs direct audiences to visit CIDI.org/NepalRelief, where they can contribute to support the short and long-term recovery operations, providing supplies and services to those affected by the earthquake. To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7512851-ad-council-nepal-earthquake-relief/

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    • National PrepareAthon! Day on 4/30/15


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      A recent Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) survey found that nearly 60 percent of American adults have not practiced what to do in a disaster by participating in a disaster drill or preparedness exercise at work, school, or home in the past year. Further, only 39 percent of respondents have developed an emergency plan and discussed it with their household. This is despite the fact that 80 percent of Americans live in counties that have been hit with a weather-related disaster since 2007, as reported by the Washington Post. With the number and severity of weather-related disasters on the rise, the America’s PrepareAthon! is an opportunity for individuals, organizations, and communities to take action to prepare for specific hazards through group discussions, drills, and exercises. To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7500251-fema-national-prepareathon/

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      • The Chernobyl Reel // Part Two // A door was left open


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        Visit www.chernobylreel.com for more footage. It’s been nearly 30 years since the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl. Follow my wife and I as we explore the city of Pripyat, the abandoned ghost town near the nuclear reactor. Part 2: After navigating our way to the top of the tallest building in Pripyat, we take a moment to view the broken landscape that was once a bustling and modern city. On the way back down, we take our time opening doors and exploring the abandoned apartments. Thanks for watching the Chernobyl Reel, Christiaan and Kseniya Welzel Links to each episode: Part 1: http://bit.ly/1PIalcR Part 3: http://bit.ly/1I8ZVSo Part 4: coming soon Part 5: coming soon Footage from this series is available for stock license from dissolve.com dissolve.com/showreels/beautiful-ghost

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        • Nepal Earthquake | Update 1


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          Convoy of Hope has a Disaster Services team, along with equipment and supplies, en route to Nepal. More than 4,000 people are reported to have been killed and immediate needs for survivors include medical care, food, water and shelter. Our team is working with a network of 100 organizations who are ready, willing and able to respond to offer support to those in need. Because the need is so great we are calling on all our friends to help us help those who are suffering.

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          • Historic Disasters in Pennsylvania, 1889-Present (Pennsylvania State Historic Preservation Office)


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            This video collage highlights the devastating impacts of natural disasters on Pennsylvania communities from the late 19th century through present-day, and conveys the importance of having a plan in place for your community's historic properties before the next disaster strikes. This material is based upon work assisted by a grant from the U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed here are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Department of the Interior. Images courtesy of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Bureau of State Archives; Cox Media Group; and Pennsylvania Commonwealth Media Services.

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            • The Chernobyl Reel // Part One // Welcome To The Zone


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              Visit www.chernobylreel.com for more footage. It’s been nearly 30 years since the nuclear disaster at Chernobyl. Follow my wife and I as we explore the city of Pripyat, the abandoned ghost town near the nuclear reactor. Part 1: Having traveled to Ukraine, we begin our adventure into the exclusion zone. Spotting the tallest building in Pripyat, we enter carefully and begin the climb to the top for a birds eye view of this torn and devastated landscape. We take caution as the structure is crumbling beneath our feet. Nothing feels safe here. Nothing is safe here. Thanks for traveling with us, Christiaan and Kseniya Welzel More Episodes: Part 2: http://bit.ly/1GxwCsh Part 3: http://bit.ly/1I8ZVSo Part 4: coming soon Part 5: coming soon Footage from this series is available for stock license from dissolve.com http://dissolve.com/showreels/beautiful-ghost

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              • steal steel - Story of tea after Chernobyl nuclear disaster


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                After Chernobyl nuclear disaster, Turkish industry and trade minister of that time has appeared on screens and drank tea that had growed in Rize(BlackSea region of Turkey) in order to prove that there is no cancer. Nevertheless cancer circumstances have been rising up for nineteen years.

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                • Sunday April 19, 2015 “The Man Who Caused God to Repent” –Exodus 32 &33


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                  Exodus 32-34 is God’s report on a disaster of literally biblical proportions. Like many stories that end in tragedy, this story begins with great excitement and expectation. Like many tragedies, it ended with horror at the loss of life and with wonder at how such a disaster could have happened in the first place. It was not the failure of an individual, but that of a covenant which the passage describes. And while the covenant had its weaknesses, it was ultimately human failure that was to blame. God’s words reflect the consequences of sin – a separation from God and the ominous threat of judgment. God spoke no longer of Israel as “His” people, but rather as the people of Moses: “Go down at once, for your people, whom you brought up from the land of Egypt, have corrupted themselves” (Exod. 32:7). Both in what God says and in the way He says it, Israel’s sin has put the nation in great danger. God then threatened to annihilate the entire nation and to start over, making a new nation of Moses. It looks as though Israel will be wiped out, and, we must say, God would have been wholly just in doing so, at least from the standpoint of the seriousness of Israel’s sin.

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                  • Chernobyl: The Last Lament


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                    When on the night of the 26th April 1986, with the explosion in Reactor 4, one of the worst environmental disasters of the 20th century befell the Ukrainian city Chernobyl, Maria Patrovna and Hanna Zavorotnya were pursuing their everyday life. What they didn´t know at that time was, that their life had just forever changed. In June 2014 I was given the rare opportunity to visit one of the most fascinating yet dangerous places I´ve ever been to. The numerous picturesque places within the exclusion zone oppressively reveal the decay of a once thriving city. Armed with a geiger counter and a Blackmagic Cinema Camera I not only collected footage of impressive places, but also met two resettler for an interview. The result is a 10 minute documentary with an artistic approach. Follow us on a time travel back into the Soviet Union; a time travel into one oft the darkest chapters of Ukrainien history. Enjoy watching! __________________________________________________________________________________ ORIGINAL DOCUMENTARY SOUNDTRACK BY KEOKI TRASK: +++ Available on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/chernobyl-last-lament-original/id988210035 __________________________________________________________________________________ SPECIAL THANKS TO: Som3e and http://forum.pripyat.de/ Alexander Kleinberger and http://pripyat.com/ Ronald Herzog and Filmhaus Bielefeld ________ GEAR: Blackmagic Cinema Camera Tokina 11-16 Sigma 18-35 Canon 28mm Canon 50mm Cine Slider Edited with Premiere Pro CC Graded with Davinci Resolve ________ Feel free to contact me on: lastlament@gmx.de

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                    • Kanui - Rony Gomes Ensina #4 BS Disaster


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                      "Rony Gomes Ensina by Kanui" Série de tutoriais, realizada para a loja Kanui com o Skatista Profissional Rony Gomes. Todo mês Rony ensina uma nova manobra, com algumas variações. Imagens e Edição: Felipe Puerta -//- "Rony Gomes Ensina by Kanui" Series of tutorials, made for Kanui store with the Professional Skater Rony Gomes. Every month Rony teaches a new skate trick, with some variations. Cinematography and Editing: Felipe Puerta

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