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See video Arctic Sea Ice 2008

The polar ice caps have been shrinking in summer and expanding in winter for millions of years. But in the last 3 decades, the arctic sea ice at the end of each summer's melt has been getting steadily smaller.

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See video Tata Nano - The World's Cheapest Car

Costing just USD $2500 USD, the Tato Nano is currently the least expensive car in the world. It is produced in India by Tata motors.

3:01 224 4.09
See video An Inconvenient Truth - trailer

Trailer of the American Academy Award-winning documentary " An Inconvenient Truth", a film about global warming presented by former United States Vice President Al Gore and directed by Davis Guggenheim.

2:30 329 4.08
See video Jatropha: Kenya's biofuel potential

Jatropha is an easily grown biofuel crop, and thousands of jatropha tree plantations are now springing up across Kenya.

2:44 4 4.07
See video What the weather is really like in Antarctica

The weather in Antarctica can get pretty bad - condition 3 being nice weather, condition 2 not so nice, and condition 1...well...just watch the video.

1:03 875 4.01
See video He Was Always Misunderstood

A great environmental video. Saying more would spoil the video, so you need to watch it to learn more.

2:03 1746 3.94
See video Flowering transition time-lapse

A beautiful series of time-lapse videos of different species of flowers in growth.

3:25 348 3.81
See video Volcanic Eruption - Kilauea - the world's most active vulcano

Kīlauea, on the island of Hawaiʻi, State of Hawaii, is the world's most active volcano. Because of volcanic eruptions the island of Hawaiʻi is growing larger.

3:03 1570 3.37
See video Growth of a Venus Flytrap Time-lapse

A time-lapse video compressing four weeks of growth of the Venus Flytrap into one minute.

0:59 116 3.21
See video NASA: Piecing Together the Temperature Puzzle

The earth is running a fever and scientists predict it is going to get much worse. Data from NASA satellites can be used to monitor climate change and study the possible causes.

5:49 53 3.18
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