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- Africa, Far Behind – The New York Times December 1, 2021
- Rachel Carson Papers | Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library November 30, 2021
- Rachel Carson Papers at the Beinecke Library November 29, 2021
- Health Justice Advocates Say Vaccine Equity, Not “Racist” Travel Bans, Will Stop the Om icron Variant November 29, 2021
- The History of How the U.S. Almost Solved Climate Change November 29, 2021
- For the MFA, Benin Bronzes are a troubling gift – The Boston Globe November 28, 2021
- Congo’s Missing Millions – BBC Africa Eye documentary November 28, 2021
- Benin Bronzes … The Boston Globe November 28, 2021
- First Kluge Prize Awarded (December 2003) – Library of Congress Information Bulletin November 28, 2021
- How an international gang ran a $250 million money laundering operation, by @BBC Stories – BBC November 28, 2021
- Robbed of culture and heritage: Canada’s Indigenous peoples | DW Documentary November 27, 2021
- Portugal – Modern slavery for an EU passport | DW Documentary November 27, 2021
- Toxic chemicals – A menace to bees and farmland | DW Documentary November 27, 2021
- Prison November 27, 2021
- Patrick C. Penfield talks about food supply chain problems November 27, 2021
- What is a Wellbeing Economy November 27, 2021
- Herman Daly’s Economics for a Full World | Book launch event, Nov 2021 November 26, 2021
- Science Update: U.S. Military Unprepared for Climate Change November 26, 2021
- John Lithgow: A Confederacy of Dumptys November 26, 2021
- Four Horsemen – Feature Documentary – Official Version November 26, 2021
- Indian farmers continue protests until agricultural laws officially repealed November 25, 2021
- Will Trump Run Again? – Dr. Mary L. Trump – Conversations w/ Great Minds Part One November 25, 2021
- New Ken Burns Documentary Looks At History Of Sand Creek Massacre November 25, 2021
- What Do We Do About Autocrats? – Dr. Mary L. Trump – Conversations w/ Great Minds Part Two November 25, 2021
- In Conversation: Ambassador Bob Rae (1969) and Professor Harold Hongju Koh November 25, 2021
- Derivatives still a ticking time bomb! Sept 2011 November 25, 2021
- Who is Brooksley Born November 25, 2021
- Frontline: The Warning – Documentary November 25, 2021
- Money, Power and Wall Street: Part One (full documentary) | FRONTLINE November 25, 2021
- Is China Really a Threat? Noam Chomsky Slams Biden For Increasingly Provocative Actions in Region November 24, 2021
- Nikole Hannah-Jones on “The 1619 Project,” Teaching Critical Race Theory & White Suprem acy on Trial November 24, 2021
- “The War Party”: Jeremy Scahill on How U.S. Militarism Unifies Democrats & Republicans November 24, 2021
- Can You Bankrupt White Supremacy? Jury Holds Charlottesville Organizers Liable for $26M in Damages November 24, 2021
- Dramatic Video Shows Militarized Canadian Police Raid Wet’suwet’en Land Defenders & Journali sts November 24, 2021
- The Law & The Profits vs. Natural Law & The Prophet: Herman Daly & the Future of the Human Prospect November 24, 2021
- “Miseducation”: How Fossil Fuel Lobbyists Push Climate Denialism to Kids in U.S. Schools November 22, 2021
- Angela Davis: “Forces of White Supremacy” Are Behind Attacks on Teaching Critical Race Theory – November 22, 2021
- “Red Flags Everywhere:” Why Did the FBI Dismiss Jan. 6 Warnings? | Amanpour and Company November 21, 2021
- Man At Center Of GOP Vote Fraud Hype Lied, Pleads Guilty November 21, 2021
- Primary School Teachers vs Parents | Live at the Apollo – BBC November 21, 2021
- The Norwegian Paradox – oil in Angola November 21, 2021
- The Kongo Empire & The Thirty Years War November 21, 2021
- ‘Loot:Britain and the Benin Bronzes’ by Barnaby Phillips November 20, 2021
- UK university’s return of looted Benin Bronze puts pressure on other institutions November 20, 2021
- The Benin Bronzes: Towards the Resolution of a Long-Standing Dispute? November 20, 2021
- THE GREAT LUNDA EMPIRE! CONGOLESE PRE-COLONIAL KINGDOMS SERIES EP4 | AFRICAN HISTORY November 20, 2021
- Kongo “Power and Majesty” exhibition at Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY November 20, 2021
- THE STORY OF THE KINGDOM OF KONGO! KONGO DIA NTOTILA! CONGOLESE PRE-COLONIAL KINGDOMS SERIES EP3 November 20, 2021
- The City of Mbanza Kongo Africas Great Civilizations November 20, 2021
- John Thornton, ‘Religion, the Kingdom of Kongo and The Slave Trade’ November 20, 2021
Daily Archives: April 24, 2016
Published on Apr 21, 2016
Anne Mottet, FAO, presents the Global Livestock Environmental Assessment Model interactive (GLEAM-i), a public simulation tool to support countries and partners in calculating emissions in the livestock sector.
Anne briefly explains the context of climate change and livestock production, as well as how FAO supports countries in developing sustainable livestock policies. She also introduces the role of GLEAM in that strategy, highlighting the added value of the publicly available version: GLEAM-interactive.
The livestock sector is a key contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. However, the potential for significant mitigation exists across systems, regions and species. This video presents GLEAM-i and explains how to use it to generate disaggregated emissions from livestock using Tier 2 methods.
The model covers the main stages of production: herd management, feed and manure management. Users can modify key parameters such as fertility and mortality rates, feed ration composition of the share of each manure management system, effectively impacting emissions.
This webinar was part of a learning event focused on the functionalities of GLEAM-i and its potential to quickly generate intervention scenarios in the context of mitigation in the livestock sector organized by the MICCA programme at the Food and Agriculture Organization in April 2016.
Published on Apr 15, 2016
Google Earth Director Rebecca Moore talks about the partnership with FAO and democratizing big data for all.
Published on Apr 22, 2016
22News is working for you with how some communities are taking steps to be more environmentally aware.
Published on Apr 22, 2016
Earth Day is marked each year on April 22nd.
It was first celebrated in 1970 and it marked the birth of the modern environmental movement.
Earth Day is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network and celebrated in more than 193 countries, where events are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection.
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Published on Apr 22, 2016
http://democracynow.org – As the world marks Earth Day, more than 60 heads of state meet at the United Nations headquarters to sign the Paris climate agreement aimed at slowing climate change. Many countries still need to formally approve the agreement, which will only enter into force when it is ratified by 55 nations that account for 55 percent of man-made greenhouse gas emissions. Experts say the cuts promised in the deal are insufficient to avert dangerous global warming. This comes as Gulf Coast communities marked the sixth anniversary of the BP oil spill by demanding no new drilling. For more, we speak to reporter Antonia Juhasz. Her new report in Rolling Stone is “Six Years After BP Gulf Oil Spill, Residents Demand ‘No New Drilling.'” Her most recent book is “Black Tide: The Devastating Impact of the Gulf Oil Spill.”
Published on Apr 22, 2016
CLIMATE CHANGE AGREEMENT 1-10
Published on Jan 7, 2015
Naropa University’s Radical Compassion Symposium Presents Vandana Shiva, PhD. “Earth Democracy: Living as Earth Community” by Vandana Shiva, a world-renowned Indian environmental and anti-globalization activist who received the Right Livelihood Award in 1993. She is the author of more than twenty books, including Making Peace with the Earth; Earth Democracy: Justice, Sustainability and Peace; and Soil Not Oil: Environmental Justice in an Age of Climate Crisis. More at www.naropa.edu.
Uploaded on Jan 21, 2012
Music video about GVOCSA (Genesee Valley Organic Community Supported Agriculture), Rochester NY
Published on May 18, 2015
Meet Bob Quinn, founder & CEO of Kamut and Franziska Kaguembega founder of newTree, two of IFOAM – Organics International’s over 800 members. Hear what they have to say about the challenges facing farmers who want to convert to organic agriculture and what can be done to encourage them.
IFOAM is the worldwide umbrella organization for the organic movement, uniting more than 750 member organizations in 116 countries.
Visit http://www.ifoam.bio for more information.
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