There is also Dropbox Link included on page 8 of the documents that includes a Dropbox folder for the video in mkv format and the resources in both word doc/pdf format. Traversed by whales, sharks, turtles, tuna and albatross and home to mysterious deep-sea cr Subjects: Biology, Science Grades: 9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education Types: Stellers sea lions, bald eagles, and whales arrives to have their first meals after cold winter. What are you hearing from the young people and from the organizers. If you are interested to watch this episode or the entire Our Planet series, you can find it on Netflix or Youtube here. And the other side of this is really giving people a second chance. CHAN: That's not -- the way schools in California are funded don't actually quite work that way -- SREENIVASAN: Yeah, yeah -- CHAN: And so in theory that all sounds right, but that's not actually (ph) how schools get their funding. CHAN: - and we're very comfortable with the runway we have right now. Which today has been cloud dark (ph) by a movement gaining critical momentum, it's called extension rebellion. So having him kind of voice the series is a stamp of authority on it, it's great. I mean, is it - it looks like drones from above, right? Climate president, this is what he said. and build tools so that others can do it in a high-quality, sustainable way so that we're not really relying on luck but we're actually building systems for others to access opportunity. Most of it, though, we put these remote cameras that are triggered by movement and we put them all over Chernobyl. Parental guidance suggested.SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/29qBUt7About Netflix:Netflix is the world's leading streaming entertainment service with over 167 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. I mean, you really do have to, A, go to these, you know, places in extremist, stay for a long time for it to capture it happening. [13:20:00] SCHOLEY: No, it's not, but it is a great lesson that nature is very resilient. CHAN: Thank you. MICHAEL HOLMES, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Yes, it's - you know, you know this city well, and to see Oxford Circus - one of the busiest intersections in all of London - blocked of for, what, seven hours now, completely blocked off, and not just Oxford Circus. The wildlife will thrive, and we will catch more fish. Or at least the republican party does. [13:55:00] Remember, you can listen to our Podcast at any time, see us online at amanpour.com and follow me on Instagram and Twitter. A Professional theme for architects, construction and interior designers zip, 1.66 MB With this bundle you will get 5 Instructional Resources for use with EACH episode "Our Planet": One Earth, Frozen Planet, Jungles, Coastal Seas, From Deserts to Grasslands, The High Seas, Fresh Water, Forests One Planet: 29 question worksheet, 47 word Word Search, 47 word Word Jumble, Word for Word Transcript and all answer keys. And I think it's only right that people should know that there are some places where we have decided to show distressing images about what's happening to the natural world. These are places that feed our imaginations, places that seem to be borrowed from fairytales. - Shallow seas are vitally important in the fight against climate change. The seas fringing land make up less than a _____of the world's oceans, but _____ % of all marine creatures live in the coastal waters. Get the latest news & films from ourplanet.com. There are a lot of ways to donate to support our work protecting wildlife and conserving the environment. That we could go back to that sort of era where most people now think that something has to be done? SOPHIE LANFEAR, DIRECTOR, "OUR PLANET": I think David, I mean like no one else in the industry he's a trusted voice with no agenda actually and I think that's what makes him more powerful -- and his genuine passion. Rating: 5/5, a once in a life time must-watch series. Music composed by award-winning composer Steven Price . Throughout that entire time, none of them feed at all. Like, how much -- how comfortable are you with your kids and screen time? CHAN: We partner with Summit to make sure that the curriculum provided is standards aligned and vetted by academics across the field. Perhaps the most famous leader of these new wave climate protestors is the 16 year old Swedish school girl, Greta Thombur (ph) whose leading hundreds of thousands of students in cities around the world on Friday school strikes and rallies. He said those who are -- think we can't solve the greenhouse effect as the problem was called then -- haven't heard about the White House effect. The "Coastal Seas" episode reveals stark before and after shots . (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) DAVID ATTENBOROUGH, NATURALIST AND BROADCASTER: I think that the condition that the Earth is facing has never been visible to a large proportion of the world's population, and it's the responsibility of people who do the sort of work that I do, to make sure that what is happening is visible to people. And so it was always in our conversations that we were going to do this, but it always felt like we should do it in the future. In South Africa, One Planet crew members documented the largest group of feeding whales ever filmed. TEXAS PARKS AND WILDLIFE DEPARTMENT. And so we are very thoughtful about when we introduce technology and why, to make sure that the kids are getting a balance of different inputs, and access to learning that they otherwise wouldn't have had. Coastal seas count for 7% of our ocean, yet they are responsible for 95% of the world's marine production - these are our planet's fishing grounds. Peru is home to the world's biggest fishery and spectacular wildlife, but it wasn't always like this. And actually supporting that work is something that we're incredibly proud of doing. AMANPOUR: But interestingly in the article that you wrote about this that led to your book, you wrote during those years - in other words the one's you're talking about, the 70s, et cetera - conditions for success could not have been more favorable. And so, that's the beginning of it, but then soon thereafter industries start spending a fortune to try to block anything approaching regulatory policy. We are always making sure that we have enough - we understand how much runway we have - SREENIVASAN: Right. The sea ice is losing, you know, rapidly in the Arctic. NATHANIEL RICH, AUTHOR "LOSING EARTH": Thanks for having me. Travelling to and from Ascension, and nesting here, takes six months. The 8-part series is the culmination of a 4-year collaboration with Silverback Films and the World Wildlife Federation. Something went wrong, please try again later. Few reefs are as pristine as this - worldwide, half of all shallow coral reefs have already died Oliver Scholey/Silverback/Netflix. This is what he addressed. Why is the United States sort of an outlier when it comes to this almost official policy in the republican party of climate denialism? RICH: Yes, it's a remarkable story and, you know, the Director of the Environmental Unit at API told me all of this when I was doing my research that in '89 as it seemed that there was sure to be some kind of regulatory policy and some kind of global treaty, the industry started to figure out what its public stance should be. Right now, records stay on indefinitely. Speak to the role of youth in this movement. People around the world are calling for urgent action to protect our planet, our only home. It is a force not of this earth. Transcript. Right now, prosecutors hold and enormous amount of power in the criminal justice system. HOLMES: Dr. Rupert Reed from the University of East Anglia joining us there to give you a sense of the importance of how they see this unfolding. answer choices Half Third We cannot withstand the radiation, but most of nature can. 1.3K views. Our coastal seas are a rich community of plants and animals working together, all of which are vital to the health of our planet and humanity. How long did it take you to find that episode? (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) UNIDENTIFIED MALE: This is the story of our changing planet, and what we can do to help it thrive. I mean, Keith this episode actually went viral, the scenes went viral -- we've had some viewer response. Next, we are brought to the stunning coast of California, where it is rich with giant kelp functioning like rainforests on land. And then when a wolf or a Przewalski's horse or what have you went past, it triggered the camera. Thank you for your enquiry. Aired April 15, 2019 - 13:00 ET THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. But we don't park them in front of the T.V. [13:45:00] Another exciting example of how you'd apply the science of Human Cell Atlas is in chemotherapies or any drug actually. I mean, did you get down and dirty? The astonishing diversity of life on earth depends on these global connections. Conditions. SREENIVASAN: Now as a fellow Asian, I've got to ask this -- is -- are your parents more proud of the CZI work you're doing, or that you're a doctor? We want to be able to see that type of outcome from strong implementations for students nationwide. It had everything a community would needfor a comfortable life. (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) GEORGE H.W. It is the most precious resource on our planet, but it's finite. And the sea ice acts as a platform so they can rest on the sea ice, and then they dive down, feed in the bottom and then they rest back on the ice -- you know, in between dives. In the documentary Coastal Seas, one of the episodes of Our Planet series from, Netflix, the narrator takes viewers on a breathtaking journey during which he, describes ways of life of various marine creatures and highlights the devastating, In the beginning, we are shown a coral reef which the entire community of fish, depends on. This is a rebellion. And to be fair at the very end of his presidency he was the first U.N. So to address this I have to do two things that are very uncomfortable for a scientist to do. And that's a moral claim, and I think it's the only honest way of looking at it, and it represents a dramatic break in the conversation. We should do it because we are an example to the world. Interest on these bonds is payable every December 31. 2. So does that mean you end up lobbying or advocating on behalf of legislation? And the thing that is disappointing is that there's actually no feedback loop. In a coral reef ecosystem, every resident has a role to play in maintaining the health of the reef. Christiane, the police, as I said, staying way back. RICH: Yes, it's remarkable especially given the fact that as early as 1979 we had total scientific consensus on the fundamental science of climate change not just within the scientific community but at the highest levels of the U.S. government, the intelligence agencies, and, of course, the oil and gas industry. And we can't rely on heroes, we can't rely on luck. Bush, John Sununu, who was sort of the original skeptic became skeptic of the science, skeptic of the politics, and he won out a political dog fight within the White House about whether to accept a binding treaty. Does the money and the push behind all the initiatives that CZI is making, do those stop, too? We are saying that the government is no longer legitimate because they are sending us down a path which will lead to the collapse of our society if that path isn't righted within the not too distant future. And of course, back to you, Keith and Sophie. You were in Greenland I think and these massive glaciers or icebergs were busy cracking up. And that lead to the failure, and you can imagine in a sort of parallel universe if you have someone like Bush saying those things and pushing, and putting the weight of his presidency behind them -- we'd be in a different world right now. CHAN: CZI is funded by our family's assets in Facebook, but they belong to CZI. Our Planet: Jungles Worksheet Subject: Geography Age range: 11-14 Resource type: Worksheet/Activity 9 reviews File previews docx, 123.66 KB docx, 124.4 KB A worksheet for students to do whilst watching the Our Planet documentary Jungle episode (season 1, episode 3). Hearing David Attenborough calmly but emphatically utter these words in Our Planet: Coastal Seas, the 4th episode in Netflix's new nature docu-series, was divine music to Rare's ears. You can also visit the Our Planet website to learn more. When you're out there, how do feel about those people in their ivory towers maybe not believing it and think it's all a hoax as we have some world leaders say? And this is incredibly important to us because one in two Americans have a family member that's been incarcerated. Keith Scholey and Sophie Lanfear, thank you so much, indeed, for being here. And when it breaks off, half a kilometer is underneath the water. At CZI we're more than 50 percent women, across the organization we're a quarter underrepresented minorities. We should do it, because we are a country founded ideals -- of a culture that is innovative, that cares for our brothers and sisters across this country. But having someone who told me about what the practical steps were - take the SATs, take this class - but also the inspiration of you can do this, you belong here is what made I possible for me to reach Harvard as a first generation student. A companion website can be found at ourplanet.com.THE HIGH SEAS [43 questions]The open oceans are the world's largest ecosystems, vital to everyone, owned by no-one. And so that's what gave us the -- I don't know, kick in the bottom to actually do it. And this is in their lifetimes, and this strange moment we're all in that this generation knows everything about the problem and is the only problem that can fix it. So again, how did this little handful of people who, OK, they were being pushed, they were being paid a couple of thousand for these op-eds, how did they get such a momentum and such a tipping point that journalists were able - began to treat on the one hand on the other hand? SCHOLEY: It's extraordinary because we've gone global instantly, but the great thing is the shows are there all the time, and we have a really big website called ourplanet.com which can talk to the series. Kepala Sekolah bukan Guru Penggerak, Rapor Mutu Pendidikan Merah, Mungkin Hanya Superman yang Layak Menjadi Ketua PSSI, Menakar Kemampuan Erick Thohir Menyelesaikan Persoalan PSSI. Coral bleaching (Image via Netflix: Our Planet: Coastal Sea). However the nature has unbelievable recovery power. [13:35:00] And it's the kind of argument that until now you only saw from people in the island nations, you saw it from the Pope and his encyclical (ph). A part of the proceeds was used to finance the construction of a qualifying asset: Principal 12% bank loan (1.5 years), On January 1, Year 1, Grow Company purchased P1,000,000 12% bonds of Glow Company for P1,063,394, a price that yields 10%. Pollution of coastal waters, much of it plastic and human-caused threatens the health of sea turtles, sea lions, waterfowl, whales and other marine species. Welcome to the Thursday Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission Meeting for November 3rd. I'm going to play it, I think it takes place on the Arctic Circle around Russia, is that right? We were at the World Bank and David was talking about these things to the most important bankers and finance people in the world. What are you hoping to do with it? Your rating is required to reflect your happiness. Registered Charity Number: ACN 001 594 074 | NSW License Number: CFN 13143. I was just really stunned to see all these young kids on marches. He's brought us the world's beauty for decades, but now his new Netflix series "Our Planet" is a rallying cry for urgent action. They say they want to be here for days. Palmerah Barat no. And so what I'm really talking about is like, my experience of having mentors. 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