1. More About Tyson Weems, Founder of The 3D Health Alliance

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    Some background about why Health League Founder and CEO Tyson Weems has dedicated most of the last 11 years to the project and plans to launch it in a big way.

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    • Sea Otters v. Climate Change

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      Executive Producer Katie Jennings developed and assigned this story, oversaw production, editing and packaging for the Quest series. Winner: Northwest Regional Emmy Awards, San Francisco Green Film Festival, Jackson Hole Science Media Awards.

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      • Save the Humans World Issue Video

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        SAVE THE HUMANS A World Issue Video from the film "REVOLUTION" www.therevolutionmovie.com

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        • Ocean Acidification World Issue Video

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          OCEAN ACIDIFICATION A World Issue Video from the film "REVOLUTION" www.therevolutionmovie.com

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          • Coral Bleaching

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            SJMC students Brandon Wise, Paola Molini and Melissa Mendoza discuss coral bleaching in the Florida Keys.

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            • A Call To Save The Oceans

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              Too much carbon in the atmosphere is bad. And the same goes for the oceans, too. Unknown to many, the ocean is a giant carbon sink that absorbs at least 30 percent or one-third of excess carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas that can cause warming of the planet.The Global Ocean Commission launched a five-year rescue plan to help save the global oceans from a state of decline to one of recovery. Read more on: www.missionocean.me. This report by Anna Valmero was done under the Global Ocean Commission and Earth Journalism Network Fellowship. Footage and editing: Anna Valmero Location: Batangas, Philippines Publication: July 2014

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              • Testing the Waters: Acidification in the Mediterranean [English version]

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                Ocean acidification - known as "the other CO2 problem" - is now also affecting the ecosystems of the Mediterranean. The scientific project MedSeA, funded by the European Community, has been studying the impacts of the phenomenon throughout the Mediterranean region for the last three and a half years. The video, produced by Dutch director Maarten van Rouveroy, shows key information, scientific knowledge, and findings of the MedSeA Project, against the beautiful (and endangered) setting of the Mediterranean waters. Testing the Waters is the summit of the MedSeA Project's dissemination efforts to reach the widest audience possible, in order to raise awareness on the constant dangers stemming from ocean acidification and warming. Aquaculture, the tourism and leisure industries, and the whole economy of a large share of Europe's coastline and population are threatened by these stresses. Spreading as much information as possible, while engaging policy-makers to address this issue and start devising solutions, is one of the key objectives of the MedSeA Project. Testing the Waters was produced over the course of six months between January and June of 2014. This short documentary film was shot in Spain (Barcelona and Ebro Delta) as well as in Italy (Vulcano - Eolian Islands) with additional material coming from Israel and other places around the Mediterranean. The film was based on interviews with seven people with many others contributing in various capacities.

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                • YEARS on the WEB: Coral Bleaching in the Red Sea

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                  Thomas L. Friedman goes to the Red Sea to witness climate change and its impact on our waters. Watch Episode 7 of YEARS OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY to see the whole story.

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                  • PMEL Wave Glider Operations Alaska

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                    Video of deployment and calibration of the NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory Carbon Wave Gliders during the 2014 ocean acidification study in Prince William Sound and northern Gulf of Alaska. The project aims to track glacial melt, which has an amplifying effect on ocean acidification in this important and sensitive marine ecosystem.

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                    • Ocean Acidification - What does it mean for Shellfish?

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                      This video has been produced to highlight ocean acidification as a potential issue affecting the NZ shellfish aquaculture industry. The video is a direct result of the collaborative New Zealand-United States workshop 'Future proofing New Zealand’s shellfish aquaculture: monitoring and adaptation to ocean acidification', organised by NIWA, MPI, Cawthron Institute and US colleagues in December 2013. Featured in the video are scientists, US and NZ industry representatives, as well as officials from the funding agencies MPI, MBIE and the US Embassy. Organising Team: Anna Crosbie (MPI), Norman Ragg (Cawthron), Vonda Cummings and Di Tracey (NIWA), Todd Capson (US Sustainable Fisheries organisation). Video produced by Dave Allen (NIWA)

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