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Frontline, The Power of Big Oil: Denial
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produced by Sara Obeidat, fl. 2014, Emma Supple, fl. 2018 and Jane McMullen, fl. 2012, in Frontline (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2022), 1 hour 23 mins
The fossil fuel industry’s history of casting doubt and delaying action on climate change. Part one of a three-part series tracing decades of casting doubt on the science, missed opportunities and the ongoing attempts to hold Big Oil to account.
produced by Sara Obeidat, fl. 2014, Emma Supple, fl. 2018 and Jane McMullen, fl. 2012, in Frontline (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2022), 1 hour 23 mins
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Bison: Return from the Edge of Extinction, 1, Rupert's Land & the Fur Trade
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directed by Mike Wivell; produced by Mike Wivell and Michelle Wivell, Square Sheep Films, in Bison: Return from the Edge of Extinction, 1 (Edmonton, AB: Square Sheep Films, 2021), 33 mins
The episode looks at the fur trade, the Hudson's Bay Company, the North West Company and the creation of Rupert's Land. First Nations and the Métis and their involvement with the fur trade.
directed by Mike Wivell; produced by Mike Wivell and Michelle Wivell, Square Sheep Films, in Bison: Return from the Edge of Extinction, 1 (Edmonton, AB: Square Sheep Films, 2021), 33 mins
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Bison: Return from the Edge of Extinction, 2, Pemmican & York Boats
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directed by Mike Wivell; produced by Mike Wivell, Square Sheep Films, in Bison: Return from the Edge of Extinction, 2 (Edmonton, AB: Square Sheep Films, 2021), 33 mins
The episode looks at the importance of pemmican on the fur trade and its impact on bison numbers. The York boat crews, the fur trade, and the Hudson's Bay Company as the bison numbers dwindled and the demand for furs declined.
directed by Mike Wivell; produced by Mike Wivell, Square Sheep Films, in Bison: Return from the Edge of Extinction, 2 (Edmonton, AB: Square Sheep Films, 2021), 33 mins
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Bison: Return from the Edge of Extinction, 3, Greatest Loss, Famine & Pestilence
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directed by Mike Wivell; produced by Mike Wivell, Square Sheep Films, in Bison: Return from the Edge of Extinction, 3 (Edmonton, AB: Square Sheep Films, 2021), 39 mins
The episode looks at the demise of the bison herds in Canada. The arrival of European settlers and the railroad. The Treaties and the policies of the government include the permit system and the pass system.
directed by Mike Wivell; produced by Mike Wivell, Square Sheep Films, in Bison: Return from the Edge of Extinction, 3 (Edmonton, AB: Square Sheep Films, 2021), 39 mins
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Bison: Return from the Edge of Extinction, 4, Pablo Allard & Early Conservation
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directed by Mike Wivell; produced by Mike Wivell, Square Sheep Films, in Bison: Return from the Edge of Extinction, 4 (Edmonton, AB: Square Sheep Films, 2021), 35 mins
The episode looks at how Canada became instrumental in leading bison conservation by purchasing the Pablo Allard herd. Early conservation mistakes and critical moments in Canada's bison conservation efforts to bring a near-extinct species back from the brink.
directed by Mike Wivell; produced by Mike Wivell, Square Sheep Films, in Bison: Return from the Edge of Extinction, 4 (Edmonton, AB: Square Sheep Films, 2021), 35 mins
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Crash Course Geography, What is Geography
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in Crash Course Geography (Crash Course Geography, 2021), 9 mins
So, what is geography? In our first episode of Crash Course Geography, we will endeavor to answer this seemingly simple question with the help of a similarly simple factoid: that the US imports more than 3 billion pounds of bananas from Guatemala each year. But as it turns out, beneath the kinds of factoids we usu...
in Crash Course Geography (Crash Course Geography, 2021), 9 mins
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Economist Video, How Do Carbon Markets Work?
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produced by The Economist, in Economist Video (London, England: The Economist, 2021), 9 mins
In theory putting a price on carbon emissions should incentivise businesses to stop polluting. So why have carbon markets failed to achieve their goal of reducing global emissions?
produced by The Economist, in Economist Video (London, England: The Economist, 2021), 9 mins
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Economist Video, How To Keep Cool Without Warming the Planet
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produced by The Economist, in Economist Video (London, England: The Economist, 2021), 15 mins
The warmer it gets, the more people use air conditioning—but the people use air conditioning, the warmer it gets. Is there any way out of this trap?
produced by The Economist, in Economist Video (London, England: The Economist, 2021), 15 mins
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Economist Video, Who Should Fix Climate Change?
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presented by Sacha Nauta; produced by The Economist, in Economist Video (The Economist, 2021), 7 mins
Governments, companies, or individuals?
presented by Sacha Nauta; produced by The Economist, in Economist Video (The Economist, 2021), 7 mins
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Blowout: Inside America’s Energy Gamble
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produced by Kate Grumke and Zach Toombs (New York, NY: Bowery Media, 2020), 1 hour 19 mins
Investigative journalists, scientists, and concerned citizens trace the fallout of a new American fossil fuel boom that’s threatening the nation’s health and the world’s climate. From the oil fields of West Texas to tanker traffic busting the Panama Canal at its seams to an energy revolution in Asia, this do...
produced by Kate Grumke and Zach Toombs (New York, NY: Bowery Media, 2020), 1 hour 19 mins
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