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Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill: 35 days from Space: NASA
Static PreviewThe MODIS instrument, on board NASA's Terra and Aqua satellites, is capturing images of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The spill began on April 20, 2010 with the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig. This short video reveals a space-based view of the burning oil rig and, later, the ensuing oil spill through May 24, 2010. The oil slick appears grayish-beige in the images and changes due to changing weather, ocean currents, and the use of oil dispersing chemicals. Images in the video time series were selected that show the spill most clearly. The full image archive is available on the MODIS Rapid Response Web site at http://rapidfire.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/

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Date unknown Format Documentary
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BP Oilpocalypse Creates Underwater Nightmare
Static Preview5/24/10: On Good Morning America, correspondent Sam Champion and Philippe Cousteau Jr. explore the toxic plumes of dispersed oil floating beneath the waves in the Gulf of Mexico.
EarthSayer Phillippe Cousteau, Jr.
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Exxon Valdez 20 years later - Part 3 of 3
golefttv March 26, 2009Its been 20 years since the Exxon Valdez oil tanker spilled into the Prince William Sound, and dumped almost 11 million gallons of oil into the water. But even after two decades of trials and environmental cleanup, conditions are still dismal for the residents who have been trying to get justice. And to make things even worse, we still don't have a full understanding of what really happened when the tanker hit the reef. And that's where our good friend Greg Palast comes in. Greg has been covering this story since the start, and it was the lack of real investigations and inquiries into this disaster that kickstarted his career in journalism. Ring of Fire's Mike Papantonio talks with Palast about the true history of the Exxon Valdez.
EarthSayers Greg Palast; Mike Papantonio
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Exxon Valdez - 20 years later, Part 2 of 2
golefttv March 26, 2009Its been 20 years since the Exxon Valdez oil tanker spilled into the Prince William Sound, and dumped almost 11 million gallons of oil into the water. But even after two decades of trials and environmental cleanup, conditions are still dismal for the residents who have been trying to get justice. And to make things even worse, we still don't have a full understanding of what really happened when the tanker hit the reef. And that's where our good friend Greg Palast comes in. Greg has been covering this story since the start, and it was the lack of real investigations and inquiries into this disaster that kickstarted his career in journalism. Ring of Fire's Mike Papantonio talks with Palast about the true history of the Exxon Valdez.

EarthSayers Greg Palast; Mike Papantonio
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Exxon Valdez - 20 Years Later, Greg Palast
Static Previewgolefttv March 26, 2009Its been 20 years since the Exxon Valdez oil tanker spilled into the Prince William Sound, and dumped almost 11 million gallons of oil into the water. But even after two decades of trials and environmental cleanup, conditions are still dismal for the residents who have been trying to get justice. And to make things even worse, we still don't have a full understanding of what really happened when the tanker hit the reef. And that's where our good friend and investigative reporter, Greg Palast comes in. Greg has been covering this story since the start, and it was the lack of real investigations and inquiries into this disaster that kickstarted his career in journalism. Ring of Fire's Mike Papantonio talks with Palast about the true history of the Exxon Valdez.
EarthSayers Greg Palast; Mike Papantonio
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What's a Marine Reserve? by GreenPeace
Static PreviewFor too long, marine life has been largely open for the taking by anyone possessing the means to exploit it. Rapid advances in technology have meant that the unsustainable ability, reach and power of vessels and equipment used to exploit marine life now far outweigh nature's ability to maintain it. If left unchecked, this will have far reaching consequences for the marine environment and for people who depend on it. More information.
EarthSayer Bill Ballantine
Date unknown Format Documentary
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Oceans More Details
End of the Line - Movie Trailer
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The End of the Line is a powerful film about one of the world's most disturbing problems - over-fishing. Advances in fishing technology mean whole species of wild fish are under threat and the most important stocks we eat are predicted to be in a state of collapse by 2050. The film points the finger at those most to blame, including celebrity chefs, and shows what we can do about it. This is not just a film, it is also a campaign - for sustainable consumption of fish, for marine protected areas to allow the sea to recover, and for a new ethic of responsible fishing.

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The End of the Line Documentary
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This is a trailer for an extraordinary documentary that is a wake-up call to the world about the global issues surrounding overfishing.  If we continue to fish the way we do there may be no fish left in the ocean by 2048.  Narrated by Ted Danson (an active member of Oceana) and endorsed by National Geographic and Greenpeace, the doc educates us about this growing issue and what we can do in our everyday lives to combat the problem (support restaurants that only serve sustainable seafood, etc.). More information here.

EarthSayer Ted Danson
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Dr. Guggenheim: Lawns, Fertilizer, and Fish Do Not Mix
Static PreviewDr. David E. Guggenheim, marine biologist and president of 1planet1ocean, speaks about nutrient pollution, overfishing, and shifting baselines, and gives us a glimpse into what we can do about them now and in the future. Taped as part of his "50 Years 50 States 50 Speeches" tour at the Orlando Public Library in Orlando, Florida on May 5, 2009. Visit oceandoctor.org for more information.
EarthSayer David Guggenheim, Ph.D.
Date unknown Format Lectures
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EcoTrust on Zoning for People and Fish
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Zoning for People and Fish: Tools for Marine Spatial Planning - Spatial planning is gaining momentum as the most effective means to protect sensitive marine ecosystems around the world. Since 2001, Ecotrust has worked with state agencies, nonprofit organizations, and fishing communities to offer integrated ecological and economic assessments of fishery policy and marine conservation. Learn more: http://www.ecotrust.org/ocean/.

EarthSayers Jane Lubchenko, Ph.D.; Daniel Pauly, Ph.D.
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