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View Resource MITvideo: Earth System Initiative

The MIT Earth System Initiative is a research and educational enterprise that cuts across environmentally-oriented disciplines such as geology, atmospheric science, oceanography, biology, chemistry,...
View Resource MITvideo: Energy

Videos profiling work on energy at MIT, which is currently focused on how to solve the hard problems around energy - both supplying it for a growing planet and harvesting it more environmentally...
View Resource Understanding the Motivations, Satisfaction, and Retention of Landowners in Private Land Conservation Programs

Private land conservation is an increasingly popular approach to protect critical biodiversity. In the Western Cape Province of South Africa private land conservation is the focal strategy for...
View Resource Measuring Ozone from Space Shuttle Columbia

The measurements made by the SOLSE-2 mission on the Space Shuttle Columbia demonstrated that the limb-sounding technique will work very well for monitoring ozone in next-generation satellites....
View Resource BBC Earth

The world is an amazing place full of stories, beauty and natural wonder. Jump in and meet your planet with BBC Earth's Natural History Unit. BBC Earth will show you the natural world as you?ve n...
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