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Bezos Commits $10 Billion to Fight Climate Change
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presented by Dani Burger, fl. 2010 (New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2020), 1 min
Feb.18 -- Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos has created a climate fund and is putting $10 billion toward helping counter the effects of climate change. Bloomberg’s Dani Burger reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe.”
presented by Dani Burger, fl. 2010 (New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2020), 1 min
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Greta Thunberg in Davos: `This Is Just the Very Beginning'
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(New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2020), 2 mins
Jan.21 -- Environmental activist Greta Thunberg speaks at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. "This is just the very beginning" of the climate fight, Thunberg said during a panel discussion titled "Forging a Path towards a Common Future."
(New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2020), 2 mins
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H2O: The Molecule That Made Us, Season 1, Episode 1, Pulse
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directed by Nicolas Brown, fl. 1999; produced by Catherine Watling, fl. 2013, in H2O: The Molecule That Made Us, Season 1, Episode 1 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2020), 54 mins
Earth is alive because of liquid water and the human story is intimately connected to our relationship with it. But the growth of our civilizations has created a dangerous dependence on a precious resource that may be about to run out. There’s an inseparable bond between water and life. But the world is changin...
directed by Nicolas Brown, fl. 1999; produced by Catherine Watling, fl. 2013, in H2O: The Molecule That Made Us, Season 1, Episode 1 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2020), 54 mins
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H2O: The Molecule That Made Us, Season 1, Episode 2, Civilizations
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directed by Alex Tate, fl. 2008-2015; produced by Catherine Watling, fl. 2013, in H2O: The Molecule That Made Us, Season 1, Episode 2 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2020), 54 mins
Earth is alive because of liquid water and the human story is intimately connected to our relationship with it. But the growth of our civilizations has created a dangerous dependence on a precious resource that may be about to run out. Examine a new theory that puts water at the center of how humans first stood u...
directed by Alex Tate, fl. 2008-2015; produced by Catherine Watling, fl. 2013, in H2O: The Molecule That Made Us, Season 1, Episode 2 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2020), 54 mins
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H2O: The Molecule That Made Us, Season 1, Episode 3, Crisis
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directed by Nicolas Brown, fl. 1999; produced by Catherine Watling, fl. 2013, in H2O: The Molecule That Made Us, Season 1, Episode 3 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2020), 54 mins
Earth is alive because of liquid water and the human story is intimately connected to our relationship with it. But the growth of our civilizations has created a dangerous dependence on a precious resource that may be about to run out. What’s it like to live in a world without access to water? Investigate globa...
directed by Nicolas Brown, fl. 1999; produced by Catherine Watling, fl. 2013, in H2O: The Molecule That Made Us, Season 1, Episode 3 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2020), 54 mins
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Life from Above, Season 1 Episode 1, Moving Planet
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directed by Barny Revill, fl. 2003; produced by Barny Revill, fl. 2003, BBC Studios, in Life from Above, Season 1 Episode 1 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2019), 54 mins
Our planet is constantly on the move, from individual animals to powerful weather systems. Follow the black shadow of a total solar eclipse and marvel as thousands of Shaolin Kung Fu students perform in perfect synchronicity.
directed by Barny Revill, fl. 2003; produced by Barny Revill, fl. 2003, BBC Studios, in Life from Above, Season 1 Episode 1 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2019), 54 mins
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Life from Above, Season 1 Episode 2, Patterned Planet
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directed by Paul Thompson, 1940-; produced by Paul Thompson, fl. 1914, BBC Studios, in Life from Above, Season 1 Episode 2 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2019), 54 mins
From space, earth’s surface is covered in weird and wonderful shapes. Wombats design their own landscape in Australia and hundreds of forest elephants create a tear in the endless green of the Congo forest canopy.
directed by Paul Thompson, 1940-; produced by Paul Thompson, fl. 1914, BBC Studios, in Life from Above, Season 1 Episode 2 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2019), 54 mins
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Life from Above, Season 1 Episode 3, Colorful Planet
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directed by Justin Anderson, fl. 2001; produced by Justin Anderson, fl. 2001, BBC Studios, in Life from Above, Season 1 Episode 3 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2019), 54 mins
In a kaleidoscope of color, swirls of phytoplankton trigger an oceanic feeding frenzy, China turns yellow as millions of flowers bloom and at night the waters off the coast of Argentina are spotted with mysterious green lights.
directed by Justin Anderson, fl. 2001; produced by Justin Anderson, fl. 2001, BBC Studios, in Life from Above, Season 1 Episode 3 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2019), 54 mins
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Life from Above, Season 1 Episode 4, Changing Planet
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directed by Barny Revill, fl. 2003; produced by BBC Studios, in Life from Above, Season 1 Episode 4 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2019), 54 mins
See how fast our planet is changing. Cities are growing, forests are disappearing, and glaciers melting—but in Tanzania locals have regenerated the landscape, saving a family of chimpanzees.
directed by Barny Revill, fl. 2003; produced by BBC Studios, in Life from Above, Season 1 Episode 4 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2019), 54 mins
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PBS NewsHour, Aug 14, 2019, New analysis finds parts of the U.S. have already warmed close to critical  2-degree level
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produced by NewsHour Productions, in PBS NewsHour, Aug 14, 2019 (Arlington Heights, VA: NewsHour Productions, 2019), 6 mins
For years, scientists have warned that we need to stop the planet from warming an additional two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels to avoid catastrophic problems. But a new analysis by The Washington Post finds many major areas across the U.S. have already reached that mark. The Post’s Chris Mooney joi...
produced by NewsHour Productions, in PBS NewsHour, Aug 14, 2019 (Arlington Heights, VA: NewsHour Productions, 2019), 6 mins
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