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Lucia Grenna, Program Manager, World Bank Group, at Working Session at the Cannes Film Festival Global Video Competition 2016 announced.

Fantastic netflix documentary. Efforts to save Virunga national park. A mix of french and english commentary. Love.

Virunga is the incredible true story of a group of brave individuals risking their lives to save Africa's oldest national park in the midst of renewed civil war and a scramble for the regions natural resources.

Lucia Grenna, Connect4Climate Program Manager, World Bank Group, at Film4Climate Working Session at the Cannes Film Festival 2016. Film4Climate Global Video Competition 2016 announced. Photo Credit: Max Bartoli

Lucia Grenna, Program Manager, World Bank Group, at Working Session at the Cannes Film Festival Global Video Competition 2016 announced.

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A Collection of 40 Elegant Typographic Posters

The Takin is a goat-antelope native to the Himalayas and neighbouring areas. The Takin is listed as Endangered in China and Vulnerable in the rest of the world, threatened by overhunting and habitat destruction.

The Takin aka cattle chamois or gnu goat, is a goat-antelope native to the Himalayas and neighbouring areas. The Takin is listed as Endangered in China and Vulnerable in the rest of the world, threatened by overhunting and habitat destruction.

Lawrence Bender talks about importance of film for climate action at Film4Climate Working Session at the Cannes Film Festival 2016. Film4Climate Global Video Competition 2016 announced. Photo Credit: Max Bartoli

Lawrence Bender talks about importance of film for climate action at Working Session at the Cannes Film Festival Global Video Competition 2016 announced.

Big Oil has a strangle hold and wants to keep it that way. They pay little in taxes, get tax revenue kick backs from the republican politicians they own and spend 100's of millions influencing our political system.  And our standard of living gets left behind...

Koch brothers, big utilities attack solar, green energy policies

Big Oil has a stranglehold and wants to keep it that way. They pay little in taxes, get tax revenue kick backs from the Republican politicians they own and spend of millions influencing our political system.

Climate Deal Would Commit Every Nation to Limiting Emissions - NYTimes.com

A Climate Accord Based on Global Peer Pressure

Emissions of carbon dioxide from coal fell 50 per cent in 2016 as use of the fossil fuel dropped by 52 per cent, contributing to an overall drop in carbon output of 5.8 per cent last year compared with 2015.

Court Upholds Key Limits for Power Plants’ Toxic Mercury Pollution

Dan Thomas, Communications Director and Spokesperson, President of the 70th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, speaks at Film4Climate Working Session at the Cannes Film Festival 2016. Film4Climate Global Video Competition 2016 announced. Photo Credit: Max Bartoli

Dan Thomas, Communications Director and Spokesperson, President of the Session of the United Nations General Assembly, speaks at Working Session at the Cannes Film Festival Global Video Competition 2016 announced.

Colin Brown, filmonomics author, emceed the Film4Climate Working Session at the Cannes Film Festival 2016. Film4Climate Global Video Competition 2016 announced. Photo Credit: Max Bartoli

Colin Brown, filmonomics author, emceed the Working Session at the Cannes Film Festival Global Video Competition 2016 announced.

2012 was one of the hottest years on record worldwide, with numerous "climate indicators" showing signs of a warming planet, a new report found.

2012 was one of the hottest years on record worldwide, with numerous "climate indicators" showing signs of a warming planet, a new report found.

Flooding, famine and rising sea levels will put hundreds of millions at risk in one of the world's most vulnerable regions

Global warming to hit Asia hardest, warns new report on climate change

Flooding, famine and rising sea levels will put hundreds of millions at risk in one of the world's most vulnerable regions

Lucia Grenna, Connect4Climate Program Manager, World Bank Group, at Film4Climate Working Session at the Cannes Film Festival 2016. Film4Climate Global Video Competition 2016 announced. Photo Credit: Max Bartoli

Lucia Grenna, Program Manager, World Bank Group, at Working Session at the Cannes Film Festival Global Video Competition 2016 announced.

It’s Beach Season; Enjoy it While You Can - While beach erosion is perfectly natural, human activity has made it worse. When sand dunes are bulldozed to make way for condos, for example, or when the grasses that keep them intact are trampled by sun worshipers, waves that would normally break harmlessly can wash further inland, sweeping away sand at a greater rate.

And then there’s the growing danger of sea level rise, caused by climate change. “Even 25 years ago, sea level was rising,” Sallenger said in a recent interview

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