Cham Island Land Crab Conservation – GEF Assembly fieldtrip

This is the 25th anniversary of the Small Grants Programme of the GEF, implemented by UNDP. We provide finance as well as technical expertise and really empower the local community to be the agent of change for achieving global environmental issues and also addressing livelihood issues. So today, as part of the GEF Assembly, we have organized a site visit

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Top 9 Deadliest Animals of the Arctic

Top 9 Deadliest Animals of the Arctic

The cold and unforgiving regions of the northern hemisphere are home to some of the largest and most insurance creatures on Earth. Join us today as we countdown the top 9 that lies animals of the Arctic: Today’s video was requested by MegaKoopa – Pokemon and More! If you have any other topic you’d like to learn about subscribe and

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Selina Leem | This is Our Land | Marshall Islands

Selina Leem | This is Our Land | Marshall Islands

There was this one moment where we had one of the king tides coming again and there was one lady she was sitting outside in her wooden bed, she was looking out into the water. And she just saw them constantly coming in and then washing into the land and so she was sitting there, she was just looking at

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Hurricane Dorian wreaks havoc on Bahamas as ‘catastrophic’ Category 5 storm

Hurricane Dorian wreaks havoc on Bahamas as ‘catastrophic’ Category 5 storm

The police department prides itself on being here to preserve, specifically preserving life, protecting property. But we have our limitations. When the hurricane is upon us, with the best intention, we will not be able to act. The roads will be filled with water, there may be obstructions and we will not be able to get to you.

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#WashWeekPBS Extra: Discussing the intersection of politics and the environment

#WashWeekPBS Extra: Discussing the intersection of politics and the environment

ROBERT COSTA: Fires in the Amazon rainforest to the receding white ice of the Arctic. Climate change confronts global leaders. This is the Washington Week Extra. Hello. I’m Robert Costa. Tonight we discuss the increasingly urgent intersection of politics and the environment. It was a week of promises, acrimony, and environmental upheaval. G-7 countries pledged 20 million (dollars) to help

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The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Is Not What You Think It Is | The Swim

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Is Not What You Think It Is | The Swim

SCENES LIKE THIS ARE A DAILY REALITY FOR THE CREW OF SEEKER ON THEIR PACIFIC TREK. SOME ESTIMATES HOLD THAT BY 2050, THERE COULD BE AS MUCH PLASTIC AS THERE ARE FISH IN THE OCEAN. BUT WHAT IS ALL THIS JUNK, EXACTLY? WHERE DOES IT COME FROM? AND IS IT REALLY CONCENTRATED IN A GIANT ‘GARBAGE PATCH’ SOMEWHERE OUT THERE?

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What if Antarctica MELTED?

What if Antarctica MELTED?

This is Antarctica. Today, it’s mostly known for ice, penguins, and not much else. Or, in another way, Antarctica is easily forgotten, with some people not even bothering to include it on their World maps. But in modern times, we’re beginning to hear more and more about Earth’s southernmost continent. Mostly through news reports on melting ice, rising sea levels,

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ClimateBits: Urban Heat Island

ClimateBits: Urban Heat Island

Did you know that over 50% of people live on islands? Well, these aren’t your typical islands. Over half of the world’s population lives on urban heat islands or places where our buildings, roads, and car parks trap more heat than the surrounding rural area Satellites measure Earth’s land surface temperatures which vary with the sky, the wind, the land

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