1. Broecker Wally

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    What Should We Do About Fossil Fuel CO2? Speaker: Wally Broecker Wally Broecker is a Newberry Professor of Geochemistry at Columbia University. This program is supported in part by a grant to Earth & Environment Professor Dave Marchant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute through the Science Education Program. burecs.com

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    • Boston's Wicked Winter: A Case of Climate Extremes

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      As we welcome spring this month, we bid a not-so-fond farewell to a tough winter in New England, where Boston's standing snowfall record got trounced—mostly in the span of a few February weeks. The new bar stands at over 9 feet. If your door wasn’t snowed shut, and you were able to trudge between shoulder-high snowbanks, you might have overheard one or two of your neighbors questioning “global warming” amid endless hours shoveling, and re-shoveling, snow. The daily weather matters to how we perceive and understand Earth's changing climate. And so it’s understandable when weeks of sub-freezing temperatures and freakishly-high snow drifts sow doubt about whether the planet is getting warmer. Jack Spengler, our Center’s Director, and Teresa Chahine, our Program Leader for Social Entrepreneurship, sat down to put The Winter of 2015 into the context of climate change, and were kind enough to let us listen in. In their conversation, they point to Boston’s heavy snows as an example of how greenhouse gases can drive more extreme weather, which can bring an entire region to its knees. In Boston, public transit came screeching to a halt, leaving businesses and workers idle. Facebook newsfeeds lit up with snowed-in parents lamenting day upon day at home, sentenced to watching Frozen, as snow days extended into snow weeks. Also left idle was our city’s economy. Our advisory board member Frank Nutter appeared on NPR’s On Point, to talk about Tallying Up The High Costs of Extreme Weather. It’s worth a listen. Jack and Teresa noted that what happens locally cannot be assumed to be happening globally: While the surge of cold weather blew into New England (and as far away as Florida and Texas), western states such as California, New Mexico, and Arizona experienced unusually warm temperatures. Washington State, which usually sports a climate similar to the one we are accustomed to in Massachusetts, didn’t receive enough snow to replenish its watershed, which will likely lead to water shortages this summer and could leave crops thirsty. And so the coasts become two ends of the climate spectrum: too hot and dry in the West, and too cold and wet in the East. The wicked winter of 2015 paints all too clear a picture of a topsy-turvy climate that is expected to warp further in coming years. Boston is now back on its feet—the subway is running, and the snow is nearly gone. We have a way to go in making this city resilient to climate change, and this past winter taught us some good—and hard—lessons on how to get there.

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      • What Will You Do?

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        I do not own any parts of this video under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998, and the earlier Copyright Act of 1976.

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        • Hora del Planeta Ecuador

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          Junto a la WWF y la Secretaría de Ambiente, emprendimos el reto experimental de conocer qué es lo que piensan los niños acerca del calentamiento global y sus soluciones. Sus interesantes respuestas fueron reproducidas el 28 de marzo de 2015 en la Plaza de San Francisco. Una hora se apagaron las luces de iglesias y monumentos para darle un respiro al planeta. Agradecemos a todos quienes estuvieron involucrados en el proyecto.

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          • Dynamic Earth Documentary Narration Samples by Carol Meier

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            A montage of Dynamic Earth Documentaries narrated by Carol Meier. Professional female narrator for film, television, documentary, and general narration. Female voice over. www.carolmeiervoiceover.com

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            • WH Rally v. Arctic Drilling: Global Warming Is 'Absolutely' 'Settled Science' Despite Chief Scientist's Remarks

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              On Wednesday, marking the 26th anniversary of the catastrophic Exxon Valdez oil spill, protestors gathered in front of the White House to rally against oil drilling in the Arctic. Among other organizations, Greenpeace USA sponsored the event, demanding that the government protect the Arctic, its wildlife, and the climate with further offshore drilling restrictions. In light of recent remarks from Greenpeace USA co-founder and scientist Dr. Patrick Moore about his skepticism towards climate change, MRCTV’s Monica Sanchez asked participants a few questions about their cause. *The views, opinions and positions expressed by authors and commentators are theirs alone, and do not necessarily reflect my own.*

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              • The Wire for March 27th, 2015

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                #RunWired with Giovanna Fernandez, Matthew Sullivan, Brian Latimer, Kaitlin Milliken and Sophia Qin for butv10's March 27th Wire

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                • The Ballad of Holland Island House

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                  The Ballad of Holland Island House is a short animation made with an innovative clay-painting technique in which a thin layer of oil-based clay comes to vibrant life frame by frame. Animator Lynn Tomlinson tells the true story of the last house on a sinking island in the Chesapeake Bay. Told from the house's point of view, this film is a soulful and haunting view of the impact of sea-level rise. 
 All tips donated in the tip jar will fund my next environmental animated short. Lyrics by Lynn Tomlinson, Music by Anna Roberts-Gevalt and Elizabeth LaPrelle, http://annaandelizabeth.com "Like" The Ballad of Holland Island House's page on Facebook so you can follow its progress and see what screenings and festivals are coming up! https://www.facebook.com/balladofhollandislandhouse Take a peek behind the scenes to see Lynn's clay-painting-animation process: https://vimeo.com/111169175 For more information: http://www.lynntomlinson.com/hollandislandhouse/

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                  • Eco - Sorcit

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                    This video is about what we can offer to our clients in the product development process. We specialise in taking an idea from concept to shelf with very strong and reliable connections throughout the whole process. http://sorcit.co.uk/ Your vision. Our world. Make a green choice. The threat of global warming means that businesses all over the world must take steps to address the environmental impact of their operations. This can involve anything, from offsetting emissions, to making sensible and sustainable choices when it comes to manufacturing and the supply chain. This is where we come in. At Sorcit, we are acutely aware of the impact that manufacturing can have on the environment. As a result, we make a point of partnering with factories that use renewable raw materials in order to create technologically advanced carbon neutral designs. The Versatility of Eco-Friendly Materials At Sorcit, we have successfully brought products to the market using the following eco-friendly materials and manufacturing techniques: Bamboo Products – Whether it’s biodegradable bamboo fibre, or PSP made from bamboo powder, we have made use of eco-friendly bamboo in the manufacture of kitchenware, tableware, storage boxes, toilet seats, coat hangers, and much more. PLA Plastic – Polylactic plastic, otherwise known as PLA plastic, is 100% plant based, which makes it fully biodegradable with no harmful by-products. Bagasse – Bagasse is made from sugar cane waste, and can be used as a strong and durable wood- substitute in the manufacturing of food trays, food containers, plates, and dishes. Paper Pulp Products – Recycled paper pulp can be used in the manufacture of cosmetic moulded pulp packaging, containers, and even medical and industrial products. All of our eco-friendly materials are fully FDA and LFGB compliant. For more information about our eco-friendly materials, or to find out how Sorcit can help you to bring your product to the market in a sustainable, environmentally friendly way, feel free to get in touch. Call us now on 0115 727 0499.

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                    • Hundreds of sea lion pups wash up on California beaches

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                      Sea scientists in California are reporting an alarming increase in the number of abandoned sea lion pups on the state’s coastline. So far this year, rescuers have found some 1,700 pups. That’s five times more than the total number found in 2013. Al Jazeera's Paul Chaderjian reports.

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