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Racing to Save Dying Coral Reefs
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Racing to Save Dying Coral Reefs

(upbeat guitar music) – Coral reefs are some of the oldest and most fundamental ecosystems on the planet. 25% of all marine life, at some point, lives on a coral reef. They are essential to life on earth. But, there

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Circling the Globe in a Solar-Powered Plane
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Circling the Globe in a Solar-Powered Plane

(upbeat music) – There are so many people in life, they forget to dream, because they’re afraid of going out of their comfort zone. – [Narrator] 13 years ago, two enterprising pilots shared a dream to achieve the impossible. Their

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Greenwashing: A Fiji Water Story
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Greenwashing: A Fiji Water Story

walk into any grocery store and you're bound to see it green marketing it seems to be almost everywhere these days our eggs are all natural and our shampoos are encased in green labels adorned with leaves and canary trees

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How Solar Energy Is Bringing Power Back to Puerto Rico
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How Solar Energy Is Bringing Power Back to Puerto Rico

the hurricane maria was devastating it took out the entire island in every way imaginable there was no electricity there was no water there was no gasoline it was chaos it was utter chaos we can no longer rely on

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How a 16-Year-Old Is Leading a Global Climate Movement
Environmentalism, Human Rights, and Animal Rights are One and the Same