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Imagine if you were confronted with overwhelming plastic pollution every single day.
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A shocking film from Midway Island in the North Pacific Ocean. By Midway Film.
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Xboundary: a Film about Extreme Pollution Risks by Open-Pit Mining in British Columbia and Threats to Wildlife and Economy
An open-pit mining boom is underway in northern British Columbia, Canada. The massive size and location of the mines — at the headwaters of major salmon rivers that flow across the border into Alaska — has Alaskans concerned over pollution risks… These concerns were heightened with the August 4, 2014 catastrophic tailings dam failure at nearby Mount Polley Mine in B.C.’s Fraser River watershed.
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Sand-Wars won the PRIX GEMEAUX award for Best Documentary in the Nature and Sciences category, at the Academy of Canadian and Television (ACCT).
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“Misson Blue,” a new documentary released by Netflix, follows the 78-year-old Dr. Sylvia Earle and her life as one of the country’s leading oceanographers, from her fierce defense of the sea to her charge to protect everything that lives within it.
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A new video series that depicts Americans living on the front lines of climate change zooms in on one of our favorite vacation spots.
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The ‘Pacific Garbage Patch’, including debris from the 2011 Japanese Tsunami, travels in seasonal patterns. Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team’s (COASST) executive director Julia Parrish explains the patterns and how her organization is helping to mitigate the problem.
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A conversation between professors and authors, Ole Mouritsen and John R. Gillis.
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Ryan Moss, a lover of nature, photographer and filmmaker, reveals just how beautifully simple life on an island can be. And he wants to share that feeling with the world. And Yes, even in a world as naturally beautiful as Hawaii, it takes a conscious effort to keep it healthy and protected…
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