Virtual Tour of RI Resource Recovery Corporation (Entire Facility)
Ever wonder what happens to your recycling when it leaves the curb? Your leaf and yard debris? Your trash? Ever wonder if you can recycle more than what goes in your bin? Or what to do with a substance labeled with words like “flammable,” “combustible,” “toxic” or “poison?” In this video you’ll get a complete tour of the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation – owner and operator of the RI’s central waste facilities. ~ RI Resource Recovery Corporation

Energy Conservation
Renewable energy technologies have come a long way. We need to be more active and diligent as responsible stewards of this planet. ~ Nonprofits & Activism

Ten Tips for Conserving Water
10 Easy things you can do to conserve water! ~ Trigger Change

How Wolves Change Rivers
When wolves were reintroduced back into the ecosystem of Yellowstone National Park after being gone for almost 70 years, researchers discover they have a significant impact on everything from wildlife populations to vegetation and river behaviors. ~ SustainableMan

A Passion for Soil
Soil is made up of air, water, mineral particles, organic matter and organisms. It takes thousands of years for rock to develop into soil and hundreds of years for rich organic layers to build up. Keeping soil in place is only the beginning of soil conservation. This video reviews how far we have come and explore what needs to be done to preserve this precious resource. This video reviews how far we have come and explore what needs to be done to preserve this precious resource. It also looks at how soil affects us and our productivity. How do we continue to maximize the land’s output without diminishing the soil’s natural capacity? ~ Iowa Learning Farms

100 Years of Nature Conservation
The Wildlife Trusts: 100 years of nature conservation is a documentary film telling the story of The Wildlife Trusts. From its inception as the Society for the Promotion of Nature Reserves in 1912 under the leadership of Charles Rothschild, to the birth of the local conservation movement after WWII, through its dramatic growth in the 1960s to the present day. The film visits locations such as Skomer, Loch of the Lowes, Brockholes, Flamborough Head, Woodwalton Fen and Ballynahone Bog. It also uses archive footage from Trusts, the BBC and other sources. Interviewees include Sir David Attenborough, Prof Aubrey Manning, Simon King, Ted Smith, Stephanie Hilborne, Hilary Benn MP and trustees, staff and volunteers from around the Trusts. The film is narrated by the actor Sam West, directed by Sarah Pitt and produced by Environment Films. ~ The Wildlife Trusts

Tanzania Wildlife Management
Tanzania is uniquely rich in wildlife and natural resources, with over 28% of the country directly protected through national parks, game reserves, forest reserves and other conservation areas. However protected areas are not sufficient to alone accommodate wildlife migration patterns, which often run outside these zones causing conflicts with the populations settled there. In 1998, USAID joined hands with the Government of Tanzania, other donors and conservation NGOs, to undertake a bold new approach in community based conservation. Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs), which are community owned and managed conservation areas, have emerged as the best hope for mitigating human-wildlife conflict outside protected areas. This documentary gives a brief overview of the process for establishing a WMA, the challenges, as well as prospects in making WMAs economically viable as wildlife conservation enterprises. ~ Real2Reel Film Productions

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