Carbon Multimedia – Let’s Get Visual!
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The Green Carbon Pathway A simple, universal method to sequester carbon & reverse climate change www.terra-char.com/greencarbon.html how plant photosynthesis pumps Carbon into soil a short animated powerpoint slide show’ Plants catch Carbon from air to convert to...
Looking for an informational video in Mandarin about (backyard) composting? Look no further! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RoWyNueAuG0
Here at the Global Compost Project resources page, we have a lot of information about composting! From specific composting tips for city dwellers, to the ins and outs of the carbon cycle, to kid friendly composting ideas, we've got enough to entertain! However, if you...
We all know and love Bill Nye, our straight talking and humorous science-go-to guy. Always informational and entertaining, take a look at this 4 minute video about Climate Change 101 from the man himself! The fun way to get educated... Watch it Here
It would appear that in the midst of mainstream climate change discussions, little is said about the soil and agricultural practices that can be utilized to provide solutions to the problem. This TED talk, given by Mr. Tony Lovell, speaks to the idea of putting Carbon...
Want to know more about Carbon and greenhouse gases, but only have 1 minute and 30 seconds? You are in luck! Check out this super quick, entertaining, and informational video that gives a good overview of Carbon and the green house effect. Video link...
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Anderson Lab at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Website here
Video showing how to reduce the waste of bark, leaves, and vegetables and produce less waste on the planet
Hello, my name is Gustavo, I'm from Brazil São Paulo and produced this video showing how to reduce the waste of bark, leaves, vegetables and vegetables and produce less waste on the planet Horta com material reciclável GARRAFA PET e adubo caseiro, bem simples...
There is a finite amount of carbon on Earth and it cycles. Plants produce leaves and food by pulling CO2 from the air through photosynthesis. Living creatures eat the plants and other animals that have eaten the plants. We all breath out and excrete CO2 back into...
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