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  1. The Arctic Light

    03:22

    from TSO Photography Liked 4.6M 24.1K 734

    Follow me on https://facebook.com/TSOphotography for more photos, videos & updates. This was filmed between 29th April and 10th May 2011 in the Arctic, on the archipelago Lofoten in Norway. My…

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    • Midnight Sun | Iceland - 4K

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      from SCIENTIFANTASTIC Liked 2.6M 17.1K 416

      BEST VIEWED IN HD AND FULLSCREEN (with scaling off) Midnight Sun: A natural phenomenon occurring in the summer months north of the Arctic Circle and south of the Antarctic Circle where the sun…

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      • People of the Coral Triangle // James Morgan // 1080p

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        from James Morgan Liked 312K 2,485 73

        www.jamesmorgan.co.uk www.facebook.com/jamesmorganfoto www.twitter.com/jamesmorganfoto Featuring music by Boards of Canada and Pantha Du Prince. Destructive fishing techniques are common…

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        • Witness: Defining Conservation Photography Feature

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          from iLCP Liked 15.4K 115 5

          Directed and produced by Neil Ever Osborne with editing and production by Chad A. Stevens and support from the iLCP A contemporary account of the emerging genre of conservation photography is explored…

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          • Chamber.350.org

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            from Hans Hansen Liked 13.8K 55 5

            What does the U.S. Chamber of Commerce have to do with Climate Change? The Chamber is controlled by Big Polluters, poisons politics with its dirty money and opposes every single effort to curb climate…

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            • Rhinos Must be Saved from Poaching

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              from Green Renaissance Liked 12.4K 66 6

              Filmed by Green Renaissance - Join the Green Renaissance Conversation- https://www.facebook.com/greenrenaissance The critically endangered black rhino continued to expand into its historical range…

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              • Sir David Attenborough - WWF at 50

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                from WWF-UK Liked

                Sir David Attenborough reflects on the early days of conservation and more specifically the work of Peter Scott, who was instrumental in the formation of WWF. He talks about the issues facing environmental…

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                • PRIORITY AFRICA - Climate Change

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                  from UNUChannel Liked 2,232 1 0

                  A short UNU podcast focusing on climate change impact in Africa and some of the priority issues and solutions. Filmed during the 2008 TICAD IV summit in Yokohama, the podcast features interviews with…

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                  • Mapping Land, Sea and Culture: an Award-winning Participatory 3D Modelling Process in Fiji

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                    from CTA Liked 1,514 6 2

                    In 2005 CTA in collaboration with a number of locally based development actors introduced a participatory mapping method known as “Participatory 3D Modelling (P3DM)” in the Pacific Region.…

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                    • The Road Taken

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                      from WWF Volunteers Liked 450 2 0

                      A film by Emma Woods http://wwf.panda.org/how_you_can_help/volunteer/volunteer/volunteer_stories/madagascar/ivohibe_forest_corridor/emma_woods/

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                      • Jane Fulton Suri on design and consumption

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                        from purnell Liked 247 3 0

                        Jane Fulton Suri, Chief Creative Officer of IDEO, speaks on the challenge of design in a culture with a changing approach to consumption

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