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Missouri tornado hitting electric utility
2011 Tornado Assault - playlist

More Ecoversity TV playlists:

The Biocosm
Planet Earth
Earth Life
The Ocean

Human/Earth Future
Making the Transition
Design by Nature
Human Habitat
Building with Adobe

Fresh Water
Beekeeping
Food Supply
BioChar / Terra Preta
Grow Your Own Food
Melendrez on Soils
Wildlife Gardens
Fungi Forever!
BioRemediation

Shipibo Report
Ecoversity Tomasi

Algae- Food & Fuel
Solar Power
Wind Power

Climate Change
COP15 Reports
Extreme Weather
2011 Tornado Outbreak

Web 2.0 Conference
Tim Flannery
Al Gore Speeches
Vandana Shiva
Steven Chu
Pat Mooney

Daily Concert
Daily Concert



Fracking, Josh Fox, Abrahm Lustgarten

Frack attack!
As the EPA launches public hearings into the fracking of the Marcellus Shale, Josh Fox, director of "Gasland", joins Abrahm Lustgarten on DemocracyNow to talk about fracking and it's dangers to the water supply. (watch video)



Gasland- The Movie
GASLAND  The Movie


TED video talks
TED Conference videos:
A Greener Future
Inspired by Nature
Animals That Amaze
Evolution's Genius
Predictions/Warnings
TED curator Chris Anderson interviewed on Charlie Rose


Alicia Ontiveros- EcoChat Online
EcoChat: Alicia Ontiveros
Join Alicia on EcoChat live online Monday evenings and participate in the forum- EcoChat


Lester Brown at Greenfest 08
Lester Brown Greenfest08
Lester Brown speaking at Greenfest08 Watch the videos here...



Rachel Armstrong Living Architecture
Rachel Armstrong on using "living architecture" to remediate environmental damage. She proposes saving Venice by encrusting the wood pilings that support the city with programmable proto-cells which would build a carbonate reef around the wood- "rather than the city of Venice wearing stilettos, as it currently does, it would be wearing platform shoes. . . "(watch video)



The Wild Horses of Newbury
Greens were filming the tragic destruction of two great old oaks of Newbury, when an amazing thing happened... watch the video



Sacred Power

Sacred Power
Kelly Kowalski's reportage for KNME/PBS on Sacred Power, the first - and so far only- Native American run renewable energy company. (watch Sacred Power)



Melendrez interviewed

Soil, the Terrestrial Biosphere
A 5-part Ecoversity interview with Michael Melendrez on the nature of soil and techniques for soil remediation and stewardship.
Read more at the Vortex blog
Watch the interview videos


Stephen Levine- Animal Stories
Stephen Levine's new reading at Ecoversity, "Animal Stories", on Buddha's enlightenment, the earth witness and his own experience in a cabin in the woods.
Watch the video here.



Earth Communications Office

Earth Communications Office
Watch the powerful video shorts produced by ECO to inspire people around the world to take care of our home planet- OneEarth/ECO


Chris Anderson- video online and innovation
TED's Chris Anderson gives a must-see talk on online video as a massive accelerator of cycles of innovation. Watch the video here.


Van Jones at Powershift 09
Van Jones at PowerShift 09
(watch online)


adobe making
Making Adobe
See how adobe is made in this film of the July 19 class at Ecoversity. (video)


The Story of Stuff
The Story of Stuff
Don't miss this amusing survey of the consumerist reality and it's toxic consquences. (99% of our production is trashed within 6 months!) (Story of Stuff)

Ecoversity TV: Winter 2013

Here we have video and film selections from around the web, and from our own production. If you'd like to alert us to something interesting out there, or to submit material for publication use this email.


James Hansen at TED 2/12: Why I must Speak Out About Climate Change




Story of Stuff Project
The inimitable Annie Leonard brings her "Story of Stuff" treatment to the Story of Bottled Water, the Story of Cosmetics, the Story of Cap and Trade, and more. . .




Powershift 2011
Powershift 2011
Watch keynote speeches by Van Jones, Bill McKibben, Tim deChristopher, and Al Gore; also an interview with Vandana Shiva and Maude Barlow on the UN's consideration of the Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Nature. EcoV TV: Powershift 2011.




Symphony of Science: Life The Symphony of Science
Mashups of 'Cosmos' and 'Life on Earth' beautifully melodified with heavenly chill music. What a wonderful project!
"The Symphony of Science is a musical project headed by John Boswell, designed to deliver scientific knowledge and philosophy in musical form. Here you can watch music videos, download songs, read lyrics and find links relating to the messages conveyed by the music."
Watch "Symphony of Science: The Unbroken Thread", with Attenborough, Goodall, and Sagan.




Astonish Me!
New film from the WWF.




Wade Davis TED Talk

Wade Davis at TED:
The worldwide web of belief and ritual

Anthropologist Wade Davis talks in particular about his visits with the elder brothers of the Andes, including his most recent from which he has just returned. (watch video)
Wade Davis contributed to the 11th Hour Time Capsule project- you can see his time capsule here





Van Jones Visionary Award Speech
"The time has come to move beyond eco-elitism to eco-populism."
The Commonwealth Club awarded Van Jones a 21st Century Visionary Award for guiding the nation to ecological equality. Jones called for a 'serious' climate and energy bill to stop companies from dumping 'planet-cooking pollution' into the atmosphere. 'If you take away that right to pollute for free,' says Jones, 'you send a signal to the only force in the world that can solve this problem - the entrepreneur.' (watch video)




The Great Disruption: How humankind can thrive in the 21st Century
Paul Gilding speaking at the RSA, June 2011.




Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew The Green Patriarch:
  Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew

The name "Green Patriarch' is hardly sufficient to describe this amazing man, who, while still in the grip of the tidal forces of human history unleashed by the collapse of the Roman Empire, is one of the few who really grasps the significance of the current moment for the future of humanity and Creation. His quiet and persevering influence has been great, up there with Al Gore, maybe more so. This is a powerful film on a true spiritual leader working behind the scenes to change the way humanity relates to Earth and Nature. (watch The Green Patriarch)
May 7. Bartholomew has written a commentary on the Gulf oil disaster at the HuffingtonPost.




David Attenborough, Wonderful World, for BBC



Elisabet Sahtouris

Elisabet Sahtouris, evolutionary biologist and bio-futurist, speaking about our moment in planetary evolution. This three-part talk can be seen in it's entirety here. In part 3, Dr. Sahtouris relates her seminal metaphor of the caterpillar and butterfly in assessing our moment in the context of planetary evolution. (A further 6-part interview with Conscious.tv follows, with more interviews linked.)
(Elisabet Sahtouris video talk)




  Ecoversity TV

We've selected some online videos on various topics of interest; the playlists below will play each short segment for you in sequence. We add new videos to the playlists regularly.

Playlist Planet Earth
Planet Earth
Playlist Human/Earth Future
Human/Earth Future
Playlist Transition to Future
Making the Transition
Playlist Design by Nature
Design by Nature
Playlist Climate Change
Climate Change
Playlist Extreme Weather
Extreme Weather
Playlist Ocean
The Ocean
Fresh Water
Fresh Water
 
Playlist Biochar / Terra Preta
Biochar / Terra Preta
Home Food Gardens
Grow Your Own Food
Michael Melendrez class
Melendrez on Soils
Gardening for Wildlife
Wildlife Gardens
Playlist Food Supply
Food Supply
Playlist Algae Food and Fuel
Algae Food & Fuel
Playlist Wind Power
Wind Power
Playlist Solar Power
Solar Power
 
Playlist BioRemediation
BioRemediation
Playlist Beekeeping
Bees & Beekeeping
Playlist Human Habitat
Human Habitat
Playlist Adobe
Adobe
Playlist Creature Feature
Creature Feature
Playlist Fungi Forever!
Fungi Forever!
Playlist Shipibo Report
Shipibo Report
Playlist Biocosm
Biocosm
 
Playlist Tim Flannery
Tim Flannery
Playlist Al Gore Speeches
Al Gore Speeches
Playlist Steven Chu
Steven Chu
Playlist Web 2.0 Conf.
Web 2.0 Conference
Playlist Daily Concert
Daily Concert
Playlist Ecoversity Tomasi
Ecoversity Tomasi
Playlist Vandana Shiva
Vandana Shiva
Pat Mooney
Pat Mooney



David Suzuki: Force of Nature     Looking for the owl video? It's over here now.




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Derrick Jensen Author Derrick Jensen:
      Deep Green Resistance

Amy Goodman: "We speak with Derrick Jensen, who has been called the poet-philosopher of the ecological movement. He has written some 15 books critiquing contemporary society and the destruction of the environment. His many books include A Language Older than Words, Endgame, What We Left Behind, Resistance Against Empire, and Deep Green Resistance. "I think a lot of us are increasingly recognizing that the dominant culture is killing the planet," Jensen says. "I think its very important for us to start to build a culture of resistance, because what were doing isnt working, clearly." (watch video)



Bill McKibben on Democracy Now

Bill McKibben on Democracy Now speaking on his new book "Eaarth"
(watch video) (read some extracts from "Eaarth")



James Hansen on Storms of My Grandchildren

James Hansen's Latest
NASA's top climate scientist speaks about his new book, 'Storms of My Grandchildren': (watch video)



RSA Animate does Empathic Civilization
RSA Animate explains Rifkin's Empathic Civilization thesis






Michael Pollan PBS Botany of Desire

The Botany of Desire
Whether or not you've read Michael Pollan's fascinating book "The Botany of Desire", you'll enjoy the excellent PBS Special based on it, and especially the show's smart and attractive website, with 'web extras'- like the interview segments with Pollan linked above, and a further graphically rich dedicated website to explore deeper the themes and frames of the book. (watch show segments and extras online) (Botany of Desire- website)


David Kirby on Animal Factories
In the wake of the recall of a half a billion eggs due to salmonella contamination, Democracy Now did a triple header on food supply issues with David Kirby, author of "Animal Factory", and Anuradha Mittal, Executive Director of the Oakland Institute(watch videos)



Google Earth Liquid Galaxy

Google Earth: Liquid Galaxy
Google Earth shows it's stuff at COP15 with "Liquid Galaxy" - a wrap-around quad-screen planetary explorer; looks like the future of Earth Studies. Fly down and examine some melting glaciers . . . Cruise the planet



CoolIris

CoolIris is really cool- an image and video based search browser in theater form. download here



Gaia Hypothesis

Gaia Hypothesis
Surprisingly good summary of the Gaia Hypothesis watch here


Energy Policy TV

Xavier Le Pichon
Fragility, Gaia, and the Evolution of Humanity
"Xavier Le Pichon is one of the world's leading geophysicists, and his pioneering research on plate tectonics revolutionized our understanding of how the earth works. He has also spent decades living in community with people and families facing disability and has emerged with a rare perspective on the meaning of humanity - a perspective equally informed by his scientific and personal encounters with fragility as a fundament of vital, evolving systems..." (NPR podcast)


Heather Rogers and Gwynne Dyer
Heather Rogers, author of "Green Gone Wrong", and Gwynne Dyer, author of "Climate Wars" joined Laura Flanders to discuss the geopolitical ramifications of global warming: (watch video)


UN Gen Sec Ban-Ki Moon on Year of Biodiversity 2010

2010 Year of Biodiversity
UN General Secretary Ban-Ki Moon announces The Year of Biodiversity 2010. watch video


The Impossible Hamster
The Impossible Hamster
The absurdity of unending growth


Home- the movie
HOME- The Movie
Yann Arthus-Bertrand, celebrated French journalist, photographer and environmentalist, has created an extraordinarily beautiful film of our home planet, and the impacts our species has made upon it's life systems. The photography is gorgeous, with excellent narration and a beautiful music score. The film, produced by Luc Bresson, premieres on the internet June 5. Watch in high quality full screen mode at YouTube.
To see more on the production of "Home", along with multilingual versions: Home Project


Isabella Rosselini's Green Porn 3
Isabella Rosselini's Green Porn
Sundance hosts the latest season of Isabella Rosselini's surprising and amusing series on creature sex. "Green Porn 3" can be viewed online HERE


Stop Plastic Pollution
Stop Plastic Pollution
The mission of Plastic Pollution Coalition is to create a global community and ignite a social movement to stop plastic pollution and its toxic impacts worldwide. (video)


Wade Davis on the Ethnosphere
Wade Davis: The Ethnosphere
(watch videos)


Battle at Kruger
A Buffalo Calf, Hungry Lions and a Crocodile: The Herd Comes to the Rescue
With 57 million views, this extraordinary clip is one of the all-time greats on Youtube- watch it, if you haven't already, and you will see why- (watch video)
This clip is included in our Ecoversity TV Creature Feature playlist, along with many other fascinating animal videos.



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