1. Our Ocean and Pollutants

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    Decisions that we make in our everyday lives effect our oceans. Jim Covel from the Monterey Bay Aquarium explains. how our choices can have a huge impact on our waterways and how we can help to make a difference. Special Thanks to: Ken Peterson, Jim Covel and everyone at the Monterey Bay Aquarium and Dennis Arinella Produced by - On the Leesh Productions Starring - Jim Covel Directed and Edited by - Alicia Arinella Shot by - Amanda Blohm Associate Producer - Melissa Jernigan Additional Footage Courtesy of Shutterstock Inc. What You Can Do Logo Created by: SCG Siddharth Creative Group For more information on What You Can Do, please visit: Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/whatyoucando Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/whatyoucando Other YouTube Channel - http://www.youtube.com/whatyoucando365 Blog - http://www.whatyoucandoseries.blogspot.com Pinterest - http://www.pinterest.com/1minette Website - http://www.whatyoucando.com For more information on On the Leesh, please visit: Website - http://www.ontheleesh.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/On-the-Leesh-Productions/62939494253 Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/ontheleesh Blog - http://www.ontheleesh.blogspot.com For more information on the Monterey Bay Aquarium, please visit: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/montereybayaquarium Twitter - https://twitter.com/montereyaq YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/user/MontereyBayAquarium Seafood Watch Program - http://www.montereybayaquarium.org/cr/seafoodwatch.aspx Website - http://www.montereybayaquarium.org/ For more information Buick Audra, please visit: Website - www.buickaudra.com Facebook - www.facebook.com/buickaudramusic Twitter - www.twitter.com/buickaudra Instagram - www.instagram.com/buickaudra

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    • Lysol 1" Replacment Furnace Filters - Certified Allergy and Asthma Friendly

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      The Lysol brand is expanding their product line and now offering furnace filters to the market! The Lysol 1" Furnace Filters have a MERV 12 rating and are certified asthma and allergy friendly! With this MERV rating, it makes Lysol one of the best 1" filters on the marketing for consumers with allergies or asthma! The filter will trap and permanently remove pollen, dust, dust mites, mold, some bacteria, odors, and many other allergens/pollutants. The Lysol 1" air filters should be replaced every 3 - 4 months to ensure optimal performance. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to email or call our customer service at: Email: Support@HVAC.com Phone: 855-932-4822 http://www.hvac.com/shop/brands/lysol

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      • Pollutants

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        Qurat-ul-ain Shakeel developed video for http://eLearn.Punjab.gov.pk Qurat-ul-ain Shakeel profile available at http://pk.linkedin.com/pub/annie-baig/5b/a6b/306 She worked in group "Intellectuals" supervised by Saad Malik.

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        • Honeywell FC100A1029 Furnace Filter Overview

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          The Honeywell FC100A1029 Furnace Filter (Air Filter) is a great filter for removing allergens and pollutants from your home. This FC100A1029 is measured at 16" x 25" x 4" giving it a wide breath of space to catch up to 96% of mold, dirt, dust, pet dander, dust mites, allergens, and more! This Honeywell FC100A1029 has a MERV 11 rating and is a direct replacement for the Honeywell Whole House Air Cleaner F100F2002, F25F1000, F35F1008, F100B1016, F100F1012, F150E1026, and F200E1029 with a recommendation to change every 9 months. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to email or call our customer service at: Email: Support@HVAC.com Phone: 855-932-4822 http://www.hvac.com/shop/honeywell-fc100a1029-pleated-air-filter-16-x-25-x-4-merv-11

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          • GASP! - Gao Ling - The Big Mist

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            AIR pollution is one of the top public health risks in Hong Kong. Levels of pollutants often exceed the limits set by the World Health Organization. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) announced in October 2013 that it has classified outdoor air pollution as carcinogenic to humans. In Hong Kong, according to a study in HKU, air pollution has led to well over 3,000 premature deaths, more than 20,000 daily doctors' visits and a monetary loss of 39 billion HKD last year. Meanwhile the Mainland has been suffering the worst air pollution in 52 years affecting regional air quality. A series of seven videos was produced to reveal the stories behind each finalist of the WYNG Masters Award. In the fifth video, Siu Wai Hang explains the contemporary attitude that people holds towards environmental issues and how it's expressed through "selfies" in her photographic project. The WYNG Masters Award's mission is to nurture the growth of photography as an art form in Hong Kong, as well as to stimulate dialogue and foster community awareness on socially-relevant issues of critical importance to Hong Kong and its residents. Each year, a focused theme is chosen for the award. The 2013 theme is air—as Hong Kong wrestles with the health, economic, and social effects of its deteriorating air quality.

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            • Indoor Pollutants in homes that can make you sick

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              • Indoor Pollutants and Sensitivities

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                http://www.ehcd.com Indoor pollutants can be contributing to making you sick if not making you sick.

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                • GASP! - Lau Ching Ping - Last glimpse of Hong Kong

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                  Air pollution is one of the top public health risks in Hong Kong. Levels of pollutants often exceed the limits set by the World Health Organization. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) announced in October 2013 that it has classified outdoor air pollution as carcinogenic to humans. In Hong Kong, according to a study in HKU, air pollution has led to well over 3,000 premature deaths, more than 20,000 daily doctors' visits and a monetary loss of 39 billion HKD last year. Meanwhile the Mainland has been suffering the worst air pollution in 52 years affecting regional air quality. A series of seven videos was produced to reveal the stories behind each finalist of the WYNG Masters Award. In the sixth video, Siu Wai Hang shows us what the final moments of Hong Kong could look like in a doomsday scenario. He believes the key to solving all problems of Hong Kong is to restore the "can-do" spirit of its people. The WYNG Masters Award's mission is to nurture the growth of photography as an art form in Hong Kong, as well as to stimulate dialogue and foster community awareness on socially-relevant issues of critical importance to Hong Kong and its residents. Each year, a focused theme is chosen for the award. The 2013 theme is air—as Hong Kong wrestles with the health, economic, and social effects of its deteriorating air quality.

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                  • GASP! - Siu Wai Hang - The Roadsider

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                    AIR pollution is one of the top public health risks in Hong Kong. Levels of pollutants often exceed the limits set by the World Health Organization. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) announced in October 2013 that it has classified outdoor air pollution as carcinogenic to humans. In Hong Kong, according to a study in HKU, air pollution has led to well over 3,000 premature deaths, more than 20,000 daily doctors' visits and a monetary loss of 39 billion HKD last year. Meanwhile the Mainland has been suffering the worst air pollution in 52 years affecting regional air quality. A series of seven videos was produced to reveal the stories behind each finalist of the WYNG Masters Award. In the fifth video, Siu Wai Hang demonstrates the impact of vehicle emissions by photographing collected samples of roadside vegetation from several districts across the city. The WYNG Masters Award's mission is to nurture the growth of photography as an art form in Hong Kong, as well as to stimulate dialogue and foster community awareness on socially-relevant issues of critical importance to Hong Kong and its residents. Each year, a focused theme is chosen for the award. The 2013 theme is air—as Hong Kong wrestles with the health, economic, and social effects of its deteriorating air quality.

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                    • GASP! - Ducky Tse Chi Tak - Fresh Breeze

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                      Air pollution is one of the top public health risks in Hong Kong. Levels of pollutants often exceed the limits set by the World Health Organization. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) announced in October 2013 that it has classified outdoor air pollution as carcinogenic to humans. In Hong Kong, according to a study in HKU, air pollution has led to well over 3,000 premature deaths, more than 20,000 daily doctors' visits and a monetary loss of 39 billion HKD last year. Meanwhile the Mainland has been suffering the worst air pollution in 52 years affecting regional air quality. A series of seven videos was produced to reveal the stories behind each finalist of the WYNG Masters Award. In the forth video, Ducky Tse Chi Tak tells us the efforts made by a group of suburbanites from the North East New Territories in Hong Kong to preserve their natural environment. The suburbanites gave their fresh air-grown plants to residents living in areas affected by serious air pollution. The urbanites, in return, created a ‘sunny doll’ – a tradition adopted from rural Japan in which a handmade doll is hung in the window of one’s home representing a wish for sunshine and a blessing for the peoples of the countryside for the continued health of their plants and their future. The WYNG Masters Award's mission is to nurture the growth of photography as an art form in Hong Kong, as well as to stimulate dialogue and foster community awareness on socially-relevant issues of critical importance to Hong Kong and its residents. Each year, a focused theme is chosen for the award. The 2013 theme is air—as Hong Kong wrestles with the health, economic, and social effects of its deteriorating air quality.

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