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Indigenous People from Ecuador to Louisiana Forge Alliances Against Global Oil Spills

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Indigenous leaders from Amazon rainforests to Bayou swamplands.
Parag Khanna: How Resource Scarcity Will Lead to a New Global Order

Parag Khanna: How Resource Scarcity Will Lead to a New Global Order

The new global order looks more like a global disorder right now.

Q&A: 'Crude' Director Joe Berlinger on Chevron Oil in the Ecuadorian Amazon

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Featuring Live Earth, Vanity Fair cover, and a CNN Hero Award.
Video: California Farmers Can Save Water, Money

Video: California Farmers Can Save Water, Money

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The water-scarce state can overhaul its agricultural water management by implementing clearer water targets, better economic incentives, and more direct communication systems, according to a Pacific Institute report.
Video: Following the Hidden Waters of Southwest China's Karst Region

Video: Following the Hidden Waters of Southwest China's Karst Region

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A look at what is commonly considered the greatest Karst landscape on earth, and its secret waters that flow underneath.

Video: Invasion of the Asian Carp, from the Waterlife Documentary

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New threat to the lakes reopens century-old legal battle over diversion of Great Lakes water, draws support from several states and Ontario.
Video: The Future of Wind Power

Video: The Future of Wind Power

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Denmark has pioneered wind power for commercial use over the last three decades -- today the European country produces almost half of the world's wind turbines.
Bill McKibben & President Mohamed Nasheed

Video: Bill McKibben & President Mohamed Nasheed of Maldives in Copenhagen

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South Asian paradise Maldives is one of the main countries most immediately threatened by the effects of climate change.
Video: Copenhagen – Taking the Risk to Define a Zero Carbon, Clean Energy Future

Video: Copenhagen - Taking the Risk to Define a Zero Carbon, Clean Energy Future

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Copenhagen, host of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, claims to be one of the world's greenest cities. It has extensive public transportation, a strong bicycle culture and plans to be carbon neutral by 2025 through progressive blueprints that reduce carbon emissions 20 percent by 2015 compared to 2005.
Video: Kumi Naidoo on Global Day of Climate Action

Video: Kumi Naidoo on Global Day of Climate Action

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Interview with Kumi Naidoo, Executive Director Greenpeace International.
Video: Behind the Scenes with Greenpeace in Copenhagen

Video: Behind the Scenes with Greenpeace in Copenhagen

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December 12 marked a global day of action where tens of thousands of activists raised their voices to the ears of negotiators who are in the midst of climate talks. Circle of Blue goes behind the scenes of Greenpeace's preparations for the massive rally that claimed the streets of Copenhagen Saturday.
Video: The World in a Giant Globe in Copenhagen

Video: The World in a Giant Globe in Copenhagen

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With a screen size over fifteen times bigger than the largest IMAX screens, the 20 meter media globe in Copenhagen City Hall square during COP15 is an impressive and effective way to broadcast climate related information.