What Happens If You Drain The Ocean?

Hey there, welcome to Life Noggin! It’s thought there are 350 quintillion gallons of water in the oceans covering 72% of Earth. And this water does a lot of good. It gives you humans food. It generates power. It’s home to some of the coolest animals alive. And it even gives you new medicines, like […]

Nepal: a future for people and forests

Nepal Livelihoods & Forestry Programme: a future for people and forests The UK government-funded Livelihoods and Forestry Programme (LFP) has been operating in rural Nepal since 2001. The mission of LFP is to improve the livelihoods of the poor through sustainable forest management. It protects the environment and makes the country beautiful for the next […]

What if Antarctica MELTED?

This is Antarctica. Today, it’s mostly known for ice, penguins, and not much else. Or, in another way, Antarctica is easily forgotten, with some people not even bothering to include it on their World maps. But in modern times, we’re beginning to hear more and more about Earth’s southernmost continent. Mostly through news reports on […]

Climate Impacts on Agriculture

Climate change is already having significant impacts on agriculture. So we’ve got not just the gradual change in our climate change, we’ve got temperature change, we’ve got changes in precipitation patterns, those are important in the long term but it’s also the introduction of more climate variability, of more climate extremes. So we’re seeing, directly […]

“Talking Climate: Bridging the Divides” by Katharine Hayhoe

This presentation is brought to you by Arizona State University’s Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability and a generous investment by Julie Ann Wrigley. Wrigley Lecture Series– world-renowned thinkers and problem solvers engage the community in dialogues to address sustainability challenges. [MUSIC PLAYING] [NON-ENGLISH SPEECH] In our culture and our tradition, normally, you would […]

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