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See video The Great Pacific Garbage Patch - Twice the size of Texas

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is located in the central North Pacific Ocean and is estimated to be twice the size of Texas. Over 100 million tons of debris and waste material from across the North Pacific Ocean may have accumulated in this area.

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See video Arithmetic, Population, and Energy Part 7 of 8

This part of the lecture focuses on the world addiction to growth, its lack of sustainability and the prevailing optimism that solutions will be found in the future.

9:29 214 5.09
See video Arithmetic, Population, and Energy Part 5 of 8

This part of the lecture discusses an outrageously incorrect statement in Time Magazine about how long coal resources could last, as well as other similarly incorrect statements in the media.

9:28 110 4.78
See video Global Warming - How It All Ends

A logical argument for taking action.

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See video Slow Motion Lightning

Amazing slow motion footage of a lightning bolt.

1:42 106 4.74
See video Native Plants

An informative student created video about the importance of Native Plants.

2:56 4.50
See video Energy Conservation

St. Lawrence O'Toole informative student created video about Energy Conservation and alternative energy sources, an elementary description and explanation.

5:18 2 4.50
See video Shanghai

Shanghai is China's largest city with a population of around 20 million people, and faces considerable challenges in balancing growth with the need for ecological conservation.

4:13 2 4.50
See video Global Water and Sanitation Initiative

Over one billion people do not have access to clean water and over two billion do not have adequate sanitation facilities. One child dies every 15 seconds due to disease caused by a lack of access to clean drinking water and poor sanitation.

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See video The Rotating Dynamic Architecture Building in Dubai

The Da Vinci Tower is a proposed 313 m (1,027 ft) high, 68-floor tower in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and will be the first ever "building in motion".

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