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Grand Canyon: The Hike That Nearly Killed Us, Part 3

Wed, 22 Mar 2017 17:26:33 -0700

(image) Few people have ever completed a thru-hike of the Grand Canyon, and now National Geographic explorers Kevin Fedarko and Pete McBride know why: The almost 800-mile hike quickly proved to be the most difficult undertaking of their lives. With no trail to follow, the two found themselves bushwhacking through dense brush and cacti, and moving up and down steep vertical terrain in scorching heat as they navigated their way through the canyon. Though they initially embarked on the hike as a way to raise public awareness of development issues threatening the iconic national park, the pair quickly found they had completely underestimated the difficulty of their journey and nearly quit in the first week. Join Fedarko and McBride as they comically recount their brutal adventure and shed light on the myriad of threats facing Grand Canyon National Park.
Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2017 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2017/03/22/Grand_Canyon_The_Hike_That_Nearly_Killed_Us_Part_3
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2017/03/22/Grand_Canyon_The_Hike_That_Nearly_Killed_Us_Part_3



Grand Canyon: The Hike That Nearly Killed Us, Part 2

Wed, 22 Mar 2017 17:23:45 -0700

(image) Few people have ever completed a thru-hike of the Grand Canyon, and now National Geographic explorers Kevin Fedarko and Pete McBride know why: The almost 800-mile hike quickly proved to be the most difficult undertaking of their lives. With no trail to follow, the two found themselves bushwhacking through dense brush and cacti, and moving up and down steep vertical terrain in scorching heat as they navigated their way through the canyon. Though they initially embarked on the hike as a way to raise public awareness of development issues threatening the iconic national park, the pair quickly found they had completely underestimated the difficulty of their journey and nearly quit in the first week. Join Fedarko and McBride as they comically recount their brutal adventure and shed light on the myriad of threats facing Grand Canyon National Park.
Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2017 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2017/03/22/Grand_Canyon_The_Hike_That_Nearly_Killed_Us_Part_2
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2017/03/22/Grand_Canyon_The_Hike_That_Nearly_Killed_Us_Part_2



Grand Canyon: The Hike That Nearly Killed Us, Part 1

Wed, 22 Mar 2017 17:23:06 -0700

(image) Few people have ever completed a thru-hike of the Grand Canyon, and now National Geographic explorers Kevin Fedarko and Pete McBride know why: The almost 800-mile hike quickly proved to be the most difficult undertaking of their lives. With no trail to follow, the two found themselves bushwhacking through dense brush and cacti, and moving up and down steep vertical terrain in scorching heat as they navigated their way through the canyon. Though they initially embarked on the hike as a way to raise public awareness of development issues threatening the iconic national park, the pair quickly found they had completely underestimated the difficulty of their journey and nearly quit in the first week. Join Fedarko and McBride as they comically recount their brutal adventure and shed light on the myriad of threats facing Grand Canyon National Park.
Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2017 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2017/03/22/Grand_Canyon_The_Hike_That_Nearly_Killed_Us_Part_1
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2017/03/22/Grand_Canyon_The_Hike_That_Nearly_Killed_Us_Part_1



Sharks: Photographing the Ocean's Top Predators (Part 3)

Wed, 22 Mar 2017 10:16:12 -0700

(image) Dive into the ocean depths with legendary underwater photojournalist and National Geographic explorer Brian Skerry as he shares recent photographs and stories about one of the most fascinating and threatened creatures on the planet: the shark.
Date: Thu, 09 Mar 2017 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2017/03/09/Sharks_Photographing_the_Oceans_Top_Predators_Part_3
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2017/03/09/Sharks_Photographing_the_Oceans_Top_Predators_Part_3



Sharks: Photographing the Ocean's Top Predators (Part 2)

Wed, 22 Mar 2017 10:15:37 -0700

(image) Dive into the ocean depths with legendary underwater photojournalist and National Geographic explorer Brian Skerry as he shares recent photographs and stories about one of the most fascinating and threatened creatures on the planet: the shark.
Date: Thu, 09 Mar 2017 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2017/03/09/Sharks_Photographing_the_Ocean_s_Top_Predators_Part_2
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2017/03/09/Sharks_Photographing_the_Ocean_s_Top_Predators_Part_2



Bill McKibben On The Fate Of The Earth | The New School

Tue, 07 Mar 2017 11:43:06 -0800

(image) Thursday, November 10, 2016 at 7:00 pm Sponsored by The Nation Institute (http://nationinstitute.org), The New School (http://newschool.edu), and the Tishman Environment and Design Center (http://newschool.edu/tishman-environm...), environmentalist and author Bill McKibben delivered the first annual Jonathan Schell Memorial Lecture Series on the Fate of the Earth. The Jonathan Schell Memorial Lecture Series on the Fate of the Earth was established to honor the memory of Nation Institute fellow, Jonathan Schell and takes its name from his 1982 seminal work on the consequences of nuclear war. It is an annual lecture of original work delivered by a speaker selected each year by committee addressing topics written on by Schell during his life including environmentalism, nuclear disarmament and peace but may include any important issue on which the future of humanity and other life on the Earth might depend. Bill McKibben is an author and environmentalist who in 2014 was awarded the Right Livelihood Prize, sometimes called the 'alternative Nobel.' His 1989 book The End of Nature is regarded as the first book for a general audience about climate change, and has appeared in 24 languages; he's gone on to write a dozen more books. He is a founder of 350.org, the first planet-wide, grassroots climate change movement, which has organized twenty thousand rallies around the world in every country save North Korea, spearheaded the resistance to the Keystone Pipeline, and launched the fast-growing fossil fuel divestment movement. The Schumann Distinguished Scholar in Environmental Studies at Middlebury College and a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, he was the 2013 winner of the Gandhi Prize and the Thomas Merton Prize, and holds honorary degrees from 18 colleges and universities. Foreign Policy named him to their inaugural list of the world's 100 most important global thinkers, and the Boston Globe said he was "probably America's most important environmentalist." The Nation Institute and the Gould Family Foundation present the first annual Jonathan Schell Memorial Lecture Series on the Fate of the Earth. Environmentalist and author Bill McKibben delivered the first lecture of the series. This event is part of the Nth Degree Series: Creative Minds Creating Change. For more information, visit https://newschool.edu/nth-degree/ . Location: John L. Tishman Auditorium, University Center
Date: Wed, 01 Mar 2017 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2017/03/01/Bill_McKibben_On_The_Fate_Of_The_Earth__The_New_School
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2017/03/01/Bill_McKibben_On_The_Fate_Of_The_Earth__The_New_School



Stunning Cave Photography Illuminates an Unseen World

Wed, 01 Mar 2017 14:35:30 -0800

(image) The first time photographer Robbie Shone stepped foot in a cave, he was hooked. Captivated by the thrill of exploration and the stunning vistas, Shone began bringing a camera into the caves. Shone takes the stage to share his stunning cave photos and the stories of how he got them.
Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2017 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2017/02/10/Stunning_Cave_Photography_Illuminates_an_Unseen_World
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2017/02/10/Stunning_Cave_Photography_Illuminates_an_Unseen_World



Sharks: Photographing the Ocean's Top Predators (Part 1)

Wed, 22 Mar 2017 10:15:03 -0700

(image) Dive into the ocean depths with legendary underwater photojournalist and National Geographic explorer Brian Skerry as he shares recent photographs and stories about one of the most fascinating and threatened creatures on the planet: the shark.
Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2017 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2017/02/10/Sharks_Photographing_the_Oceans_Top_Predators_Part_1
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2017/02/10/Sharks_Photographing_the_Oceans_Top_Predators_Part_1



Walking Alone in the Wilderness: A Survival Story, Part 3

Tue, 10 Jan 2017 15:07:11 -0800

(image) Sarah Marquis first tasted adventure at the age of eight in her native Switzerland when she left home and spent a night in a cave with her dog. Since then she's crossed Turkey on horseback and journeyed by foot across Australia, the Americas, and Asia in the face of countless dangers. Join her as she shares stories from her time walking across Australia, foraging for food and connecting with nature.
Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2017 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2017/01/10/Walking_Alone_in_the_Wilderness_A_Survival_Story_Part_3
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2017/01/10/Walking_Alone_in_the_Wilderness_A_Survival_Story_Part_3



Walking Alone in the Wilderness: A Survival Story, Part 2

Tue, 10 Jan 2017 15:03:32 -0800

(image) Sarah Marquis first tasted adventure at the age of eight in her native Switzerland when she left home and spent a night in a cave with her dog. Since then she's crossed Turkey on horseback, and journeyed by foot across Australia, the Americas, and Asia in the face of countless dangers. Join her as she shares stories about foraging for food, finding water, and evading crocodiles.
Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2017 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2017/01/10/Walking_Alone_in_the_Wilderness_A_Survival_Story_Part_2
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2017/01/10/Walking_Alone_in_the_Wilderness_A_Survival_Story_Part_2



Walking Alone in the Wilderness: A Survival Story, Part 1

Tue, 10 Jan 2017 14:58:21 -0800

(image) Sarah Marquis first tasted adventure at the age of eight in her native Switzerland when she left home and spent a night in a cave with her dog. Since then she's crossed Turkey on horseback and journeyed by foot across Australia, the Americas, and Asia in the face of countless dangers. Join her as she shares stories of her adventurous life.
Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2017 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2017/01/10/Walking_Alone_in_the_Wilderness_A_Survival_Story_Part_1
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2017/01/10/Walking_Alone_in_the_Wilderness_A_Survival_Story_Part_1



'Savage Kingdom': Predators Battle for Survival (Part 3)

Fri, 06 Jan 2017 14:43:14 -0800

(image) Game of Thrones meets the African wild-that is the premise for National Geographic's new TV series Savage Kingdom. As the main water source for the wildlife of Savute, Botswana, dries up, pressure to survive the coming drought begins to impact the area's top predators as they battle for survival. Savage Kingdom producer and cinematographer Brad Bestelink shares clips of the lions, hyenas, wild dogs, and leopards that call Savute home and are fighting to survive in a land that is quickly becoming inhospitable.
Date: Fri, 06 Jan 2017 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2017/01/06/Savage_Kingdom_Predators_Battle_for_Survival_Part_3
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2017/01/06/Savage_Kingdom_Predators_Battle_for_Survival_Part_3



'Savage Kingdom': Filming Africa's Top Predators (Part 2)

Fri, 06 Jan 2017 11:44:59 -0800

(image) In Savute, Botswana, the main source of water is an erratic water channel that mysteriously stops flowing for decades at a time. Now the water channel is beginning to show signs of drying up again, putting immense pressure on the wildlife in the area and raising the stakes for survival. Filmmaker Brad Bestelink wanted to document the coming challenges and create a documentary series that follows the main predator groups in Savute as they battle for survival. He takes the stage to share the story behind his vision for creating Savage Kingdom and what it was like living in the wild filming lions, hyenas, wild dogs, and leopards.
Date: Fri, 06 Jan 2017 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2017/01/06/Savage_Kingdom_Filming_Africas_Top_Predators_Part_2
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2017/01/06/Savage_Kingdom_Filming_Africas_Top_Predators_Part_2



'Savage Kingdom': Growing Up in the African Wild (Part 1)

Wed, 14 Dec 2016 10:25:23 -0800

(image) Growing up in the African wild gave Savage Kingdom producer and cinematographer Brad Bestelink a unique perspective that has greatly influenced his work as a filmmaker. He shares anecdotes from his childhood about living in the wild with animals that can kill you and what it's like to grow up knowing you are not top dog.
Date: Tue, 13 Dec 2016 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/12/13/Savage_Kingdom_Growing_Up_in_the_African_Wild_Part_1
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/12/13/Savage_Kingdom_Growing_Up_in_the_African_Wild_Part_1



How Animals and Humans Clash and Coexist in Yellowstone

Wed, 30 Nov 2016 15:57:20 -0800

(image) After traveling the world and carving a niche for himself as a conflict photographer, David Guttenfelder returned home to the United States to capture images of the human-wildlife conflict in Yellowstone National Park for National Geographic magazine. Turning his lens on iconic species such as bear and bison, Guttenfelder reveals the often strained relationship between humans and nature.
Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2016 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/30/How_Animals_and_Humans_Clash_and_Coexist_in_Yellowstone
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/30/How_Animals_and_Humans_Clash_and_Coexist_in_Yellowstone



A Quest to Find Canada's Elusive Coastal Wolf

Thu, 10 Nov 2016 10:46:35 -0800

(image) While working as a deckhand on a bear- and whale-watching vessel off the west coast of Vancouver Island after high school, Bertie Gregory fell in love with the coastal wolf. After heartbreaking news that one of the wolves he photographed had been killed, Gregory knew he had to go back to help raise awareness for the conservation of the species. While searching for the elusive wolf, Gregory encounters a diverse array of other species, including bears, sea otters, and raccoons. Gregory takes the stage to share photos and stories from his time in the field shooting his web series "wild_life with bertie gregory."
Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2016 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/10/A_Quest_to_Find_Canadas_Elusive_Coastal_Wolf
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/10/A_Quest_to_Find_Canadas_Elusive_Coastal_Wolf



Implementing Biocontrols in Sweet Corn & Peppers

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:48:59 -0800

(image) Speakers: Thomas Ford
Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2016 10:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/implementing_biocontrols_in_sweet_corn_peppers
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/implementing_biocontrols_in_sweet_corn_peppers



Fruit & Biocontrols

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:49:59 -0800

(image) Speaker: Hilary Sandler
Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2016 11:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/fruit_biocontrols
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/fruit_biocontrols



Water Disinfection for Pathogen Management in Horticultural Production

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:43:59 -0800

(image) Speaker: Lloyd Traven
Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2016 11:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/water_disinfection_for_pathogen_management_in_horticultural_production
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/water_disinfection_for_pathogen_management_in_horticultural_production



Don't Let Pests Trump Your Greenhouse Plants

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:42:59 -0800

(image) Speaker: Stanton Gill
Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2016 10:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/dont_let_pests_trump_your_greenhouse_plants
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/dont_let_pests_trump_your_greenhouse_plants



Utilizing Biocontrols in the Greenhouse

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:39:59 -0800

(image) Speaker: Joel DiBernardo
Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2016 06:15:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/utilizing_biocontrols_in_the_greenhouse
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/utilizing_biocontrols_in_the_greenhouse



Implementing a Biocontrol Program for Aphids, A Grower's Perspective

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:42:59 -0800

(image) Speakers: Alex Traven
Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2016 08:30:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/implementing_a_biocontrol_program_for_aphids_a_growers_perspective
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/implementing_a_biocontrol_program_for_aphids_a_growers_perspective



Monitoring Systems for Timing Biocontrols in Landscape & Nursery Settings

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:41:59 -0800

(image) Speaker: Thomas Ford
Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2016 08:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/monitoring_systems_for_timing_biocontrols_in_landscape_nursery_settings
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/monitoring_systems_for_timing_biocontrols_in_landscape_nursery_settings



Through the Looking Glass

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:40:59 -0800

(image) Speaker: Chuck Cornell
Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2016 07:15:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/through_the_looking_glass
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/through_the_looking_glass



Forensic Bicontrol

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:35:58 -0800

(image) Speaker: Suzanne Wainwright-Evans
Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2016 05:30:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/forensic_bicontrol
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/forensic_bicontrol



Assessing the Health, Vigor & Quality of Biocontrol Agents

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:47:59 -0800

(image) Speaker: Carol Glenister
Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2016 08:30:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/assessing_the_health_vigor_quality_of_biocontrol_agents
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/assessing_the_health_vigor_quality_of_biocontrol_agents



Biocontrol of Tomato Diseases

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:46:59 -0800

(image) Speaker: Steve Bogash
Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2016 08:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/Biocontrol_of_Tomato_Diseases
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/Biocontrol_of_Tomato_Diseases



A Farmer's Approach to Using Cover Crops to Attract Pollinators & Beneficials

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:46:59 -0800

(image) Speaker: Steve Groff
Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2016 07:15:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/a_farmers_approach_to_using_cover_crops_to_attract_pollinators_beneficials
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/a_farmers_approach_to_using_cover_crops_to_attract_pollinators_beneficials



What About Biofungicide Options?

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:45:59 -0800

(image) Speaker: Beth Gugino
Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2016 06:15:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/what_about_biofungicide_options
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/what_about_biofungicide_options



Utilizing Biostimulants to Augment Crop Yields & Performance

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:44:59 -0800

(image) Speaker: Steve Bogash
Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2016 05:30:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/utilizing_biostimulants_to_augment_crop_yields_performance
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/04/utilizing_biostimulants_to_augment_crop_yields_performance



Biological Control of Nematodes in Vegetable Systems

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:24:58 -0800

(image) Speaker: Tim Johnson
Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2016 12:30:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/03/biological_control_of_nematodes_in_vegetable_systems
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/03/biological_control_of_nematodes_in_vegetable_systems



Biocontrol Research: Managing Spotted Wing Drosophila, Tarnished Plant Bug & Marmorated Stinkbug

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:23:59 -0800

(image) Speaker: Kim Hoelmer
Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2016 11:45:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/03/biocontrol_research_managing_spotted_wing_drosophila_tarnished_plant_bug_marmorated_stinkbug
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/03/biocontrol_research_managing_spotted_wing_drosophila_tarnished_plant_bug_marmorated_stinkbug



Boosting Natural Plant defenses with Seed Treatments & Soil Amendments

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:23:59 -0800

(image) Speaker: Michelle Lee Peiffer
Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2016 11:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/03/boosting_natural_plant_defenses_with_seed_treatments_soil_amendments
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/03/boosting_natural_plant_defenses_with_seed_treatments_soil_amendments



Utilizing a Proactive Approach to Combatting Pests with Biocontrol Agents

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:21:58 -0800

(image) Speaker: Wade Elmer Lunch Break Until 1pm
Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2016 08:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/03/utilizing_a_proactive_approach_to_combatting_pests_with_biocontrol_agents
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/03/utilizing_a_proactive_approach_to_combatting_pests_with_biocontrol_agents



Conservation of Biocontrols in Field Crop Settings for Slug Management

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:22:58 -0800

(image) Speaker: John Tooker
Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2016 10:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/03/conservation_of_biocontrols_in_field_crop_settings_for_slug_management
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/03/conservation_of_biocontrols_in_field_crop_settings_for_slug_management



Utilizing Spiders as Biocontrol Agents

Sat, 04 Feb 2017 11:20:58 -0800

(image) Speaker: Cerruti Hooks
Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2016 07:15:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/03/utilizing_spiders_as_biocontrol_agents
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/03/utilizing_spiders_as_biocontrol_agents



Understanding the Reality vs. Myths of BioControl Costs

Mon, 05 Jun 2017 17:00:33 -0700

(image) Speaker: Suzanne Wainwright-Evans
Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2016 06:30:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/03/understanding_the_reality_vs_myths_of_biocontrol_costs
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/03/understanding_the_reality_vs_myths_of_biocontrol_costs



Adventures in Photographing England's Urban Wildlife

Tue, 01 Nov 2016 11:43:20 -0700

(image) As a kid, wildlife cameraman Bertie Gregory preferred to spend his time looking at wildlife through his camera lens and learning how to get close to different animal species. When he was 17 years old, he got his first big break as a photographer when he was asked to photograph urban wildlife in Britain as a part of the 2020Vision project. Initially disappointed in his assignment and wishing he could photograph "more exciting" wildlife, Gregory soon realized that you can have a wildlife experience in the city that is just as exciting as anywhere else. He takes the stage to share his love for peregrine falcons and stories from his time photographing animals in the urban jungle.
Date: Tue, 01 Nov 2016 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/11/01/Adventures_in_Photographing_Englands_Urban_Wildlife
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/11/01/Adventures_in_Photographing_Englands_Urban_Wildlife



Bringing China and Africa Together to Save Elephants

Tue, 25 Oct 2016 14:47:35 -0700

(image) Elephant poaching is a tough issue to solve. Conservationist and 2016 National Geographic Emerging Explorer Gao Yufang is approaching the problem from a different angle: encouraging cross-cultural communication, bringing Chinese and Africans together to try to understand each other's viewpoints regarding the elephant ivory trade.
Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2016 00:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/10/25/He_Brings_Cultures_Together_to_Fight_the_Ivory_Trade
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/10/25/He_Brings_Cultures_Together_to_Fight_the_Ivory_Trade



Why It's So Hard to Fight Wildlife Crime

Thu, 06 Oct 2016 10:52:17 -0700

(image) While backpacking through Africa after finishing college, 2016 National Geographic Emerging Explorer Naftali Honig came face-to-face with the corruption driving wildlife trafficking. After watching a commercial bush-meat trader bust while knowing the poacher would never face serious punishment, Honig knew he had to do something. Instead of going to medical school like he had been planning, Honig co-founded the EAGLE Network with a group of activists. The organization's main goal is to bring wildlife traffickers to justice, and so far the EAGLE Network has succeeded in jailing more than a thousand wildlife traffickers while winning many international awards for its work. Honig takes the stage to share his passion for wildlife and to talk about why fighting wildlife crime is hard.
Date: Wed, 05 Oct 2016 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/10/05/Why_Its_So_Hard_to_Fight_Wildlife_Crime
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/10/05/Why_Its_So_Hard_to_Fight_Wildlife_Crime



Charting California's Energy Future

Tue, 14 Feb 2017 16:00:40 -0800

(image)
  • Carson Bruno, Research Fellow, Hoover Institution
  • Alana Mathews, Public Adviser, California Energy Commission
  • Dan Rosen, Co-Founder, President, Mosaic
  • Maria Stamas, Project Attorney, Natural Resources Defense Council
  • With: Ron Brownstein, Senior Editor, The Atlantic

  • Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2016 10:35:00 -0700
    Location: http://fora.tv/2016/09/16/charting_californias_energy_future
    Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/09/16/charting_californias_energy_future



Creating Opportunities Through Partnerships

Fri, 03 Feb 2017 16:01:00 -0800

(image) Produced by our underwriter PG&E
  • Robert Kenney, Vice President, CPUC Regulatory Relations, PG&E
  • With: Ortensia Lopez, Co-Chairperson and Co-Founder, The Greenlining Institute

  • Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2016 10:25:00 -0700
    Location: http://fora.tv/2016/09/16/creating_opportunities_through_partnerships
    Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/09/16/creating_opportunities_through_partnerships



Expanding Access to Clean Power

Sat, 07 Jan 2017 10:58:48 -0800

(image)
  • Stanley Greschner, Vice President of Government Relations and Market Development, GRID Alternatives
  • Jose Atilio Hernandez, Founder and Managing Principal, IDEATE California
  • Alvaro S. Sanchez, Environmental Equity Director, Greenlining Institute
  • Vien Truong, National Director, Green for All
  • With: Steve Clemons, Washington Editor at Large, The Atlantic

Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2016 09:55:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/09/16/expanding_access_to_clean_power
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/09/16/expanding_access_to_clean_power



Climate Change: The EPA Has Gone Overboard

Tue, 13 Sep 2016 12:24:30 -0700

(image) Reducing carbon emissions is clearly good for the environment but often imposes substantial costs. Has the Environmental Protection Agency considered the costs and benefits of its regulatory mandates fairly and appropriately?
Date: Wed, 07 Sep 2016 15:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/09/07/Climate_Change_The_EPA_Has_Gone_Overboard
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/09/07/Climate_Change_The_EPA_Has_Gone_Overboard



Climate One TV: Climate Politics, Economics and Leaders

Tue, 23 Aug 2016 13:23:35 -0700

(image) The August 2016 episode of Climate One covering climate politics and economics features the economist Lord Nicolas Stern, environmentalist Tom Steyer, Google X's Andy Karsner, Governor Kate Brown and Governor Jay Inslee.
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2016 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/08/23/Climate_One_TV_Climate_Politics_Economics_and_Leaders
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/08/23/Climate_One_TV_Climate_Politics_Economics_and_Leaders



The Fight to Save Africa's Beautiful Wildlife

Mon, 08 Aug 2016 12:47:29 -0700

(image) We lose five elephants every hour, five lions per day, and a rhino every six hours. We are in a race against time to save these magnificent animals from extinction. For the past 30 years, award-winning filmmakers and National Geographic Explorers Dereck and Beverly Joubert have dedicated their lives to protecting and saving key African species. Through the years the Jouberts have created more than 25 films for National Geographic, written 11 books, and founded the Big Cats Initiative with National Geographic, which currently funds 86 grants in 27 countries. Join the Jouberts as they take the stage to share both their passion and amazing work they have accomplished in the battle to protect Africa's incredible wildlife.
Date: Mon, 08 Aug 2016 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/08/08/The_Fight_to_Save_Africas_Beautiful_Wildlife
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/08/08/The_Fight_to_Save_Africas_Beautiful_Wildlife



Saving Lions: How I'm Protecting Wildlife in My Homeland

Mon, 01 Aug 2016 17:04:55 -0700

(image) The Luangwa Valley in Zambia is one of the last remaining strongholds for lions in Africa, and 2016 National Geographic Emerging Explorer Thandiwe Mweetwa plans to do everything she can to keep it that way. After losing both her parents as a young girl, Mweetwa left her small town in southern Zambia to live with her uncle in a rural area in the north that had no running water or electricity. While the transition was difficult, it was integral to the direction in which she would choose to take her career. For the first time in her life, Mweetwa was able to stand in the presence of baboons, vervet monkeys, and other wildlife that she had only ever seen on TV. She joined her school's conservation program and began to learn about the threats African wildlife face through human encroachment, poaching, and habitat destruction, sparking a passion to help protect these magnificent animals. As a team member of the Zambian Carnivore Programme, Mweetwa works to protect her homeland's wildlife through scientific research, helping troubled animals in the wild, and community education. Mweetwa takes the stage to talk about the passion that drives her and the incredible work she and her team have accomplished to help protect Zambian wildlife.
Date: Mon, 01 Aug 2016 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/08/01/Saving_Lions_How_Im_Protecting_Wildlife_in_My_Homeland
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/08/01/Saving_Lions_How_Im_Protecting_Wildlife_in_My_Homeland



Saving Orangutans in Sumatra's Disappearing Rain Forests

Mon, 25 Jul 2016 16:41:27 -0700

(image) Orangutans play a critical role in maintaining the health of their forest ecosystem through the dispersal of seeds, giving them the name gardeners of the forest. However, their species is under severe threat. As forests are cleared to provide room for agriculture and palm oil plantations, many orangutans are left without a home. This makes them more vulnerable to poachers. Sumatran orangutans, classified as critically endangered, are estimated to only have 7,500 left. The first time 2016 Emerging Explorer Panut Hadisiswoyo locked eyes with an orangutan, he knew he wanted to help. He founded the Orangutan Information Centre in Sumatra, which is dedicated to conserving Sumatran orangutans and their forest homes. Hadisiswoyo takes the stage to talk about his passion for saving orangutans and the incredible work his organization has done to help protect this endearing species.
Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2016 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/07/25/Saving_Orangutans_in_Sumatras_Disappearing_Rain_Forests
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/07/25/Saving_Orangutans_in_Sumatras_Disappearing_Rain_Forests



Climbing Islands in the Sky in Search of New Species

Mon, 20 Jun 2016 13:36:20 -0700

(image) The tepuis in South America, often called "islands in the sky" for their sheer cliffs and flat tops towering 10,000 feet above the jungle floor, create isolated environments that make these unique land formations evolutionary islands.There are unique species living on the tops of these mountains that exist nowhere else in the world. Often compared to the Galápagos Islands for being an ancient island chain with a stunning array of biodiversity, the tepuis are actually much older. While the Galápagos are thought to be around five million years old, it is estimated that the tepuis have been rising up for the past 20 to 40 million years, making them the oldest "islands" in the world. Climber Mark Synnott first set his sights on climbing the tepuis when he read an article about their unique biodiversity in National Geographic magazine and wondered if he might be able to offer his climbing skills to assist scientists in the exploration of their sheer cliffs. Teaming up with Bruce Means, an ecologist studying the diversity of life on the tepuis, Synnott helps find a new frog species and encounters some challenging climbing conditions along the way.
Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2016 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/06/20/Climbing_Islands_in_the_Sky_in_Search_of_New_Species
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/06/20/Climbing_Islands_in_the_Sky_in_Search_of_New_Species



Animal Migrations, the Heartbeat of Yellowstone

Mon, 06 Jun 2016 13:56:18 -0700

(image) The successful comeback of wolves and bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem have been in large part thanks to the migration of pronghorn and elk that roam the vast landscapes. Not only are these migrations critical for sustaining the ecosystem, but they also help to sustain the local economy. National Geographic photographer Joe Riis and wildlife ecologist Arthur Middleton talk about their efforts to better understand these migrations through photography and mapping and why the vast distances these animals cover is so critical to the health of the region.
Date: Mon, 06 Jun 2016 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/06/06/Animal_Migrations_the_Heartbeat_of_Yellowstone
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/06/06/Animal_Migrations_the_Heartbeat_of_Yellowstone



Closing Remarks

Sat, 24 Sep 2016 12:58:56 -0700

(image) Tracey Ross, Associate Director, Poverty to Prosperity Program, Center for American Progress
Date: Wed, 01 Jun 2016 08:20:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/06/01/closing_remarks
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/06/01/closing_remarks



Panel 2 - Climate Change: Community Planning

Mon, 10 Oct 2016 17:00:27 -0700

(image) Overview: How can communities effectively prepare for climate change? Where and how does Disaster planning fit in? What are the variables that communities who live in areas of high risk must consider? How does larger social change issues play a role? This panel moves away from Climate Justice as a concept and focuses on actionable and logistical steps in managing climate change. Moderator: Ryan Kearny, Executive Editor, New Republic Panelists:
  • Timothy Manning, Deputy Administrator of FEMA for Protection and National Preparedness
  • Vernice Miller-Travis, Maryland State Commission on Environmental Justice and Sustainable Communities
  • Khalil Shahyd - Project Manager in Urban Solutions at Natural Resources Defense Council
  • Sandra Howard, Senior Environmental Health Advisor, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Date: Wed, 01 Jun 2016 07:15:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/06/01/panel_2_climate_change_community_planning
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/06/01/panel_2_climate_change_community_planning



Panel 1 - The Future of Climate Justice

Wed, 01 Jun 2016 14:48:42 -0700

(image) Overview: Discuss the origins of Climate Justice and the concept as applied to the U.S. What are the major debates about Climate Justice? What are the communities that are affected? What are the major initiatives that can help prevent climate injustice and what can be done to improve existing strategies? How can activists, policy makers, communities, and on-the-ground services like law enforcement and medical services work together? Moderator: Theodore Ross, Features Director, New Republic Panelists:
  • Dr. Cecilia Martinez, Co-founder and Director of Research Programs at the Center for Earth, Energy and Democracy (CEED)
  • Jacqui Patterson, Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program
  • Mustafa Ali, Associate Assistant Administrator for Environmental Justice
  • Cecil Corbin-Mark, Deputy Director/Director of Policy Initiatives, WEACT

Date: Wed, 01 Jun 2016 06:05:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/06/01/panel_1_the_future_of_climate_justice
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/06/01/panel_1_the_future_of_climate_justice



Welcome Remarks: Suzanne Wilson, Director of Sales, New Republic

Wed, 01 Jun 2016 14:46:15 -0700

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Date: Wed, 01 Jun 2016 06:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/06/01/welcome_remarks_suzanne_wilson_director_of_sales_new_republic
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/06/01/welcome_remarks_suzanne_wilson_director_of_sales_new_republic



I Bought a Rain Forest, Part 2

Wed, 01 Jun 2016 10:33:47 -0700

(image) In part two, Charlie Hamilton James begins to realize that conservation is a bourgeois concept. He goes to live with more illegal loggers, travels to Brazil to live with people who are burning down the rain forest for farm land, and then comes back to his plot of rain forest with an idea that could be one small step in the right direction to help both the illegal logger on his property and the rain forest. In an effort to help protect Peru's Manú National Park from illegal logging, National Geographic photographer Charlie Hamilton James bought a section of rain forest on the edge of the park. What would transpire after this purchase would lead him on a quest for truth to better understand the people behind the Amazon's destruction.
Date: Wed, 01 Jun 2016 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/06/01/I_Bought_a_Rain_Forest_Part_2
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/06/01/I_Bought_a_Rain_Forest_Part_2



I Bought a Rain Forest, Part 1

Mon, 23 May 2016 12:00:56 -0700

(image) In an effort to help protect Peru's Manú National Park from illegal logging, National Geographic photographer Charlie Hamilton James bought a section of rain forest on the edge of the park. What would transpire after this purchase would lead him on a quest for truth to better understand the people behind the Amazon's destruction. In part one, Charlie Hamilton James is confronted with the complexities of the issues behind rain forest conservation, becoming friends with an illegal logger on his property and living with some gold miners who are polluting and stripping the rain forest.
Date: Mon, 23 May 2016 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/05/23/I_Bought_a_Rain_Forest_Part_1
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/05/23/I_Bought_a_Rain_Forest_Part_1



Health Hazards of a Warming World

Mon, 23 May 2016 16:47:01 -0700

Global warming is hitting closer to home than we think, from a neighborhood child gasping with asthma to a parent collapsing from heatstroke. These realities led U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy to assert in April that climate change presents the most complex threat to public health in U.S. history. The effects can be direct, for instance the injuries sustained during a strong flood, or they can be indirect, such as the decline in crop production. But Public Health Institute's Linda Rudolph sees another emotional layer when it comes to the human populace. "It's an existential threat because climate change threatens our air, our water, our food, our shelter and our security." For agricultural companies in California, the drought continues to cast a shadow on their output. Certain areas of the state are faring better than others. Executive Director of Sustainable Conservation, Ashley Boren, sees it as a localized issue. "In the northern part of the [San Joaquin Valley] it's not nearly as severe as it is in the southern part of San Joaquin Valley where a lot of farmers still aren't getting allocations of water." Some argue that the lack of precipitation isn't the true cause of the current agricultural water shortages. Instead, the Almond Board's Gabriele Ludwig argues, regulators are shutting off the tap for a variety of reasons. "It can be for fish, it can be for temperature, it can be for salt." A new bill introduced by Senator Dianne Feinstein is proposing to pause the more stringent regulations of the Endangered Species Act for the sake of drought relief. Thompson admires her ambition but admits, "I still question whether or not it's going to leave the environment where the protections are necessary." He also worries that it won't pass the Senate, a sentiment echoed by Ludwig. "Senator Feinstein is one of the few people who could actually potentially make that happen." Boren sees room for improvement, for instance shifting the focus from single species health to whole ecosystem health. State Water Resources Control Board's Max Gomberg is unconvinced. "The state's position is you don't go undoing federal legislation that's been around for decades and is important to preserving our environmental values." The global effects of climate disruption will have local impacts on the Bay Area. The political leaders of this region are already planning for a future with a new normal. Clean-tech is a field that both provides sustainable solutions and boosts local economies. San Jose [...]



Civil Disobedience, Climate Equity & Fossil Fuel Debate

Mon, 23 May 2016 16:47:29 -0700

It remains to be seen if the emerging green economy will be more equitable and inclusive than the brown economy, which often concentrates pollution in poor communities of color. Will low income and immigrant families be left behind in the move to solar panels, electric cars and organic strawberries? Will poor neighborhoods be the first to be abandoned when rising seas start flooding various streets more frequently? Vien Truong, National Director for Green for All, says that tapping into that demographic can only add strength to the movement. "They are a political power that is under understood. So when we talk about the importance of engaging communities of color, it's about, how do we win more climate policies, more climate solutions?" Recently, the Los Angeles Times and Inside Climate News reported that scientists at Exxon Mobil had studied global warming as far back as the 1970s. At the same time that it was planning a business strategy to take advantage of a warmer world, the company waged a public relations campaign denying that burning fossil fuels was heating the planet. Stanton Glantz of UCSF's Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education relates. In the 1950's "they realized that they couldn't really contest the evidence linking cancer and smoking, so they came up with the idea of creating doubt." In the words of the tobacco companies, Glantz says, "Doubt is our product." "Because all they had to do was get people confused about it. And by claiming that the issue wasn't proven, that provided cover for politicians to leave them alone and it helps smokers rationalize their continued smoking." Bill Reilly, who served as EPA Administrator under the first President Bush, sees yet another correlation between tobacco and oil - which, he says, was unwittingly pointed out by George W. Bush. "He referred to oil as an "addiction" at one point. How do you deal with an addiction? I'm not aware that we've ever stanched addiction by cutting off supply. "You've really got to go to demand. You've got to do the things that change that whole attractiveness of it to someone who's buying." In 2008, college student Tim DeChristopher heard Stanford professor Terry Root deliver a chilling lecture on the irreversible impacts of global warming. "After her talk, Terry sort of was honest with me in a way that she wasn't honest with the audience," he remembers. After sharing with him the worst-case consequences of climate change, "she literally put her hand[...]



A Photographer Tackles America's Wild Landscapes

Mon, 18 Apr 2016 11:23:16 -0700

(image) British photojournalist Charlie Hamilton James shares anecdotes from the field about photographing the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem for the 2016 May issue of National Geographic magazine. Hear this humorous and irrepressible storyteller talk about moving his family from England to Wyoming for the photo assignment, capturing the Tetons, and training his lens on wildlife both above and below the water in this iconic landscape.
Date: Mon, 18 Apr 2016 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/04/18/A_Photographer_Tackles_Americas_Wild_Landscapes
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/04/18/A_Photographer_Tackles_Americas_Wild_Landscapes



"Animal Storm Squad": Saving Pets From Natural Disasters

Mon, 11 Apr 2016 18:01:57 -0700

(image) In 2013 a powerful EF5 tornado devastated the town of Moore, Oklahoma, threatening a new litter of kittens. Animal Storm Squad host Karissa Hadden was notified of the situation by a friend and immediately began making calls from Canada to rescue these kittens and get them the emergency care they needed. In the end, three of the five kittens died, inspiring Hadden to found an animal rescue organization called Never Stop Saving, which provides pets with emergency services in the wake of natural disasters. Working with storm chasers, meteorologists, and veterinarians, Hadden's team ventures into disaster areas to find and retrieve threatened animals. Hear her share stories from the field and talk about her passion for saving animals.
Date: Mon, 11 Apr 2016 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/04/11/Animal_Storm_Squad_Saving_Pets_From_Natural_Disasters
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/04/11/Animal_Storm_Squad_Saving_Pets_From_Natural_Disasters



The Paris Climate Deal & Psychology of Dealing w/ Climate

Thu, 12 May 2016 15:19:08 -0700

When Dr. Chris Field came to speak at the Commonwealth Club in mid-December, the world was still basking in the success of COP21, the UN Climate Summit in Paris. After two weeks of negotiations, the nearly 200 countries at the table had, to many people's amazement, reached agreement on moving forward on steps to reduce global warming. "The Paris agreement is really a turning point," says Field, who co-chaired the IPCC's Working Group II. He went on to credit the late Stanford professor Stephen Schneider, one of the founding fathers of modern climate science, with helping to move hearts and minds toward that turning point. "I'm sure that if you were to survey the people who've contributed to IPCC reports over the last 25 years, you wouldn't find ten percent that didn't have some kind of a connection with Steve and his work," Field says of his late mentor. Dr. Field, who was recently on the short list to chair the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, was visiting Climate One to accept 2015 Stephen Schneider Award for Climate Science Communication. He disagrees with the assumption that global warming is too abstract and faraway a concept for the average person to understand. "I think that if there's a single message that's clearer than any other in the recent assessments of climate science, it's that we're all vulnerable," asserts Field. "There's nobody who is not influenced by high temperatures or heat waves. And even if you're in a place that doesn't experience a climate extreme, we live in an environment now that so interconnected by trade and migration and supply chains that there really isn't anybody who is safe. And I think people understand that." Field was joined onstage by Jane Lubchenco, former head of NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association), who received the Schneider award in 2014. Now the U.S.' first Science Envoy for Oceans, Lubchenco was enthusiastic about the news from Paris. "You know, it's been decades that people have been working toward a meaningful agreement that would really put the whole planet on the right path," she points out. "Even though it doesn't get us as far as we need to go, it sets us on that path." Lubchenco says she shared the sense of optimism felt by her fellow scientists around the globe. "I could just sense, not only in Paris but around the world, the relief, the excitement, the sort of recommitment that it e[...]



Stephen Pyne: Fire Slow, Fire Fast, Fire Deep

Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:31:27 -0700

(image) Once humans took charge of fire, fire remade humans and commenced remaking the world. "We got small guts and big heads because we could cook food," says Stephen Pyne, the world's leading historian of fire. "We went to the top of the food chain because we could cook landscapes. And we have become a geologic force because our fire technology has so evolved that we have begun to cook the planet." The understanding of wildfire as an ecological benefit got its biggest boost from Pyne's 1982 landmark book, Fire in America. Since then he has encompassed the whole of fire history--from analysis of the chemical reaction that "takes apart what photosynthesis puts together" to study of the massive industrialization of combustion in the last two centuries. "The Anthropocene might equally be called the Pyrocene," he says. A professor and "distinguished sustainability scholar" at Arizona State University, Pyne is author of 15 books on fire, including Fire: Nature and Culture and Between Two Fires: A Fire History of Contemporary America.
Date: Tue, 09 Feb 2016 19:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/02/09/Stephen_Pyne_Fire_Slow_Fire_Fast_Fire_Deep
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/02/09/Stephen_Pyne_Fire_Slow_Fire_Fast_Fire_Deep



Why Lionfish Should be Your Favorite Fish to Eat

Mon, 29 Feb 2016 09:48:37 -0800

(image) Venomous lionfish, native to parts of the Indian and South Pacific Oceans, have now taken up residence in southeastern waters of the United States and in the Caribbean. With the ability to reproduce quickly and eat just about anything half their size, and with no natural predators in the Atlantic to help keep their population in check, these fish are posing a serious threat to our reefs and native fish populations. Concerned about the impact of lionfish on reefs in the Atlantic, National Geographic Young Explorer Erin Spencer traveled to Florida to see how communities are banding together to remove these fish from their waters. Luckily, lionfish are edible and delicious, making them one of the most sustainable and environmentally friendly fish to eat. So kick back with a plate of lionfish sushi and know you are helping to sustain Atlantic coral reefs at the same time.
Date: Mon, 29 Feb 2016 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/02/29/Why_Lionfish_Should_be_Your_Favorite_Fish_to_Eat
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/02/29/Why_Lionfish_Should_be_Your_Favorite_Fish_to_Eat



Closing Remarks by Margaret Low Smith

Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:31:27 -0700

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  • Margaret Low Smith, President, AtlanticLIVE

Date: Thu, 18 Feb 2016 07:05:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/02/18/closing_remarks
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/02/18/closing_remarks



No Food Left Behind

Sun, 21 Aug 2016 17:00:36 -0700

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  • Moderated by: Steve Clemons, Washington Editor at Large, The Atlantic
  • Dan Barber, Chef at Blue Hill and Founder, wastED

Date: Thu, 18 Feb 2016 06:45:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/02/18/no_food_left_behind
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/02/18/no_food_left_behind



A Blueprint for Growing Cities

Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:31:27 -0700

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  • Moderated by: Steve Clemons, Washington Editor at Large, The Atlantic
  • Maria Aiolova, Co-Founder, Terreform ONE
  • Gary Handel, Founding Partner, Handel Architects LLP
  • Sharon Pinkerton, Senior Vice President, Legislative and Regulatory Policy, Airlines For America

Date: Thu, 18 Feb 2016 06:15:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/02/18/a_blueprint_for_growing_cities
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/02/18/a_blueprint_for_growing_cities



Transforming Cities from the Inside Out

Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:31:27 -0700

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  • Moderated by: Steve Clemons, Washington Editor at Large, The Atlantic
  • Joe Allen, Director of the Healthy Buildings Program, Harvard Center for Health and the Global Environment
  • Nilda Mesa, Director of NYC Mayor's Office of Sustainability
  • Russell Unger, Executive Director, LEED AP, Urban Green

Date: Thu, 18 Feb 2016 05:45:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/02/18/transforming_cities_from_the_inside_out
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/02/18/transforming_cities_from_the_inside_out



Linking Business with Sustainable Urbanization: A CEO Perspective

Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:31:27 -0700

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  • Gregory Hayes, President and Chief Executive Officer, United Technologies Corporation
  • Moderated by: Matthew Bishop, Senior Editor, The Economist Group

Date: Thu, 18 Feb 2016 05:35:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/02/18/linking_business_with_sustainable_urbanization_a_ceo_perspective
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/02/18/linking_business_with_sustainable_urbanization_a_ceo_perspective



Welcome

Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:31:27 -0700

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  • Margaret Low Smith, President, AtlanticLIVE

Date: Thu, 18 Feb 2016 05:30:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/02/18/welcome
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/02/18/welcome



Photographing the Return of Rhinos and Pandas to the Wild

Mon, 08 Feb 2016 11:25:09 -0800

(image) There are only between 4,000 and 5,000 black rhinos left in the world, while approximately 1,800 giant pandas remain. Photojournalist Ami Vitale focuses her lens on these magnificent animals and the people working to bring them back from the brink.
Date: Mon, 08 Feb 2016 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/02/08/Photographing_the_Return_of_Rhinos_and_Pandas_to_the_Wild
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/02/08/Photographing_the_Return_of_Rhinos_and_Pandas_to_the_Wild



One Man's Journey to Save the Ocean

Mon, 11 Jan 2016 13:18:17 -0800

(image) Feeling like he was writing the obituary for our oceans while studying the human impact on our seas, marine ecologist and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Dr. Enric Sala decided to leave academia and devote his life to ocean conservation. He founded National Geographic's Pristine Seas project and began a journey to discover untouched places in our oceans. Sala has stumbled upon some fascinating discoveries and answered some important questions in he and his team's quest to bring richness back to our oceans.
Date: Mon, 11 Jan 2016 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2016/01/11/One_Mans_Journey_to_Save_the_Ocean
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2016/01/11/One_Mans_Journey_to_Save_the_Ocean



Saving Animals Through Photography

Wed, 30 Dec 2015 10:14:26 -0800

(image) Experts estimate that half of our planet's species will become extinct by the year 2100. National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore is trying to change those projections. He aims to inspire people to care more about the animals we share Earth with through stunning photography. To date, Sartore has photographed more than 5,000 species in zoos and preserves around the world. His goal is to complete portraits of the world's 12,000 captive species and to compile them in his Photo Ark project-before they disappear.
Date: Wed, 30 Dec 2015 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/12/30/Saving_Animals_Through_Photography
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/12/30/Saving_Animals_Through_Photography



Ocean Life & Corporate Interests in the Arctic & Amazon

Thu, 12 May 2016 15:19:41 -0700

(image) Melting ice is causing the ocean to expand and sea levels to rise around the globe. As new fishing and transportation opportunities open up, ice-bound wildlife is losing its foothold and its habitat. And the promise of abundant new sources of oil has some countries seeing dollar signs deep beneath the Arctic Ocean, while environmental groups clamor to end our dependence on fossil fuels. Another major concern is the ten million square kilometers of permafrost in the Arctic. Permafrost contains a mix of ice and soil, says Collins, "and when that soil thaws, it releases carbon and methane into the earth's atmosphere, and that acts to accelerate global warming." While the Amazon and the Arctic have been seen as a bonanza for oil companies, drilling in those areas hasn't always turned out to be as profitable as they had hoped. Shell Oil recently made headlines when it pulled out of its Arctic drilling project after sinking around $7 billion into what amounted to a "dry hole." When former Mobil Oil VP Lou Allstedt looks at Shell's situation, he sees "a lot of mistakes." Dr. Silvia Earle, who has led more than 100 undersea expeditions and spent over 7,000 hours underwater, traces her lifetime passion for science back to a childhood inquisitiveness that has never left her. Now nearing eighty, her current title is National Geographic Explorer in Residence, but "I think all kids start out as explorers," she says. "I think even all of you, whoever you are or wherever you are, you don't lose that part of being a kid, asking questions: who, what, why, where, when, how?
Date: Mon, 28 Dec 2015 00:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/12/28/Climate_One_December_TV_Show
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/12/28/Climate_One_December_TV_Show



Panel Discussion: Success in Paris

Wed, 22 Jun 2016 13:33:49 -0700

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  • Luiz Alberto Figueiredo Machado, Brazilian Ambassador to the United States
  • Nat Keohane, Vice President, Global Climate, Environmental Defense Fund
  • Alden Meyer, Director of Strategy and Policy, Union of Concerned Scientists
  • Michael Levi, Director, Energy Security and Climate Change Program, Council on Foreign Relations
  • Moderator: Jeff Ball, scholar-in-residence at Stanford University's Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance, Lecturer at Stanford Law School, New Republic Contributor

Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2015 07:40:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/12/16/panel_discussion_success_in_paris
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/12/16/panel_discussion_success_in_paris



Headline Interview: The US as a Global Leader in Climate Change

Wed, 22 Jun 2016 13:33:49 -0700

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  • Brian Deese, Senior Advisor to President Obama
  • Moderator: Jeff Ball, scholar-in-residence at Stanford University's Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance, Lecturer at Stanford Law School, New Republic Contributor

Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2015 06:55:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/12/16/headline_interview_the_us_as_a_global_leader_in_climate_change
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/12/16/headline_interview_the_us_as_a_global_leader_in_climate_change



Panel Discussion: What Comes Next?

Wed, 22 Jun 2016 13:33:49 -0700

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  • Vicki Arroyo, Executive Director, Georgetown Climate Center
  • Jacqui Patterson, Director, NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program
  • Steven Olikara, Co-Founder and President, Millennial Action Project
  • Andy MacCracken, President, National Campus Leadership Council
  • Moderator: Rebecca Leber, Staff Writer, The New Republic

Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2015 06:10:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/12/16/panel_discussion_what_comes_next
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/12/16/panel_discussion_what_comes_next



Welcome and Executive Remarks

Wed, 22 Jun 2016 13:33:49 -0700

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  • Welcome Remarks: Chris Hughes, Publisher and Chairman, The New Republic
  • Executive Remarks: Alicia Prevost, Director, Defend Our Future

Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2015 06:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/12/16/welcome_and_executive_remarks
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/12/16/welcome_and_executive_remarks



Panel Discussion: Climate Change and Business: Manufacturing Challenges and Sustainable Solutions

Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:31:27 -0700

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  • James Clift, Policy Advisor, Michigan Environmental Council
Academia:
  • Andrew Hoffman, Ph.D., Professor and Director of the Erb Institute
Solutions:
  • William Stough, CEO of Sustainable Research Group
Moderator: Jamil Smith, Senior Editor, The New Republic
Date: Wed, 02 Dec 2015 07:40:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/12/02/sustainable_manufacturing_business
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/12/02/sustainable_manufacturing_business



Panel Discussion: State Climate Action & Community Resilience

Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:31:27 -0700

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  • Kevin Schronce, City of Flint
Policy/Academic:
  • Jeff Andresen, Michigan State Climatologist, Co-director of GLISA, NOAA Great Lakes RISA Program
Solutions:
  • Danielle Lewinski, Director of Michigan Initiatives, Center for Community Progress
Moderator: Jamil Smith, Senior Editor, The New Republic
Date: Wed, 02 Dec 2015 06:45:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/12/02/panel_state_climate_action_and_community_resiliance
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/12/02/panel_state_climate_action_and_community_resiliance



Headline Interview: Federal Perspective

Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:31:27 -0700

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  • Bob Simon, OSTP
  • Moderator: Jamil Smith, Senior Editor, The New Republic

Date: Wed, 02 Dec 2015 06:05:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/12/02/interview_bob_simon_white_house_ostp
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/12/02/interview_bob_simon_white_house_ostp



Welcome Remarks - The Next Frontier of Climate Change: State and Local Action in Michigan

Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:31:27 -0700

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  • Amelia Pisapia, The New Republic
  • Jim Doyle, Founder and President, Business Forward
  • Robert McMahan, President, Kettering University

Date: Wed, 02 Dec 2015 06:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/12/02/welcome_remarksThe_Next_Frontier_of_Climate_Change_State_and_Local_Action_in_Michigan
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/12/02/welcome_remarksThe_Next_Frontier_of_Climate_Change_State_and_Local_Action_in_Michigan



How to Fix the Planet

Mon, 30 Nov 2015 16:37:40 -0800

This is a lively debate on a most pressing international problem - climate change - by two leading global thinkers on the environment and the economy (just in time for the UN Climate Change Conference on November 30th in Paris). Joseph Romm, considered the "most influential climate change blogger" by Time, and renowned economist Robert Pollin (whose latest work on the environment has been praised by the likes of CA Governor Jerry Brown and Harvard University's Richard Freeman) will lay out the most up-to-date news about climate change and will offer attainable, research-backed solutions for curbing emissions on a global scale (keeping in mind that international leaders will soon meet in Paris to attempt to come to a binding agreement that will lower total annual greenhouse gas emissions by 40% within twenty years, and by 80% by 2050). Romm's Climate Change: What Everyone Needs to Know offers the most up-to-date examination of climate change's foundational science, its implications for our future, and the core clean energy solutions. In Greening the Global Economy, Pollin takes on the widely-held belief that protecting the environment and expanding job opportunities are conflicting goals, and offers hard numbers and original research as well as studies from all along the political spectrum to prove it wrong and offer a bold solution. In conversation with Danielle Baussan, the Managing Director of Energy Policy at Center for American Progress. Date: Thu, 19 Nov 2015 02:00:00 -0800 Location: http://fora.tv/2015/11/19/How_to_Fix_the_Planet Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/11/19/How_to_Fix_the_Planet [...]



The Illegal Wildlife Trade: A Trafficker's Downfall

Mon, 30 Nov 2015 13:53:18 -0800

(image) Most people can name at least one organized-crime figure, but if you ask them to name a wildlife trafficker, the majority come up short. Investigative reporter Bryan Christy wants to change this by putting a face to the crime so that wildlife trafficking is treated like narcotics trafficking or any other organized crime. With the support of National Geographic, Christy goes after one of the most sought-after international wildlife traffickers, Anson Wong-and the publicity Christy gives Wong eventually aids in the trafficker's downfall.
Date: Mon, 30 Nov 2015 02:00:00 -0800
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/11/30/The_Illegal_Wildlife_Trade_A_Traffickers_Downfall
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/11/30/The_Illegal_Wildlife_Trade_A_Traffickers_Downfall



Seeing Climate, Seeing Change: Communicating Climate Science in a Changing Media Landscape

Wed, 22 Jun 2016 13:33:49 -0700

(image) The financial collapse of 2009 brought with it major changes in the economic, political, as well as media landscape. This talk will explore how these ongoing changes have affected the public's perception of climate change as well as discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the United States as world leaders gather in Paris later this year for United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP-21). One of those challenges will require creating new models for science journalism and one of those opportunities may require a redefinition of what it means to be a scientist.
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2015 15:45:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/10/28/Seeing_Climate_Seeing_Change_Communicating_Climate_Science_in_a_Changing_Media_Landscape
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/10/28/Seeing_Climate_Seeing_Change_Communicating_Climate_Science_in_a_Changing_Media_Landscape



Panel: Climate Solutions and What to Expect in 2016

Wed, 22 Jun 2016 13:33:49 -0700

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Date: Thu, 22 Oct 2015 10:05:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/10/22/panel_climate_solutions_and_what_to_expect_in_2016
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/10/22/panel_climate_solutions_and_what_to_expect_in_2016



Panel: Climate Change and Clean Energy in Colorado

Wed, 22 Jun 2016 13:33:49 -0700

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Date: Thu, 22 Oct 2015 09:10:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/10/22/panel_climate_change_and_clean_energy_in_colorado
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/10/22/panel_climate_change_and_clean_energy_in_colorado



Headline Interview: Governor Bill Ritter

Wed, 22 Jun 2016 13:33:49 -0700

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Date: Thu, 22 Oct 2015 08:30:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/10/22/headline_interview_governor_bill_ritter
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/10/22/headline_interview_governor_bill_ritter



Undercover: Catching Wildlife Traffickers

Tue, 20 Oct 2015 15:54:19 -0700

(image) Wildlife trafficking is one of the largest illegal trades in the world, bringing in billions of dollars each year. Government agencies are often ill equipped to deal with wildlife crimes, causing many criminals to see the trade as an enticing low risk, high-profit venture. A 2015 National Geographic emerging explorer, Onkuri Majumdar, is trying to change this by helping government agencies crack down on the illegal trade. Here, Majumdar talks about strategically working to protect these animals-including slow lorises, tigers, and pangolins-and bring wildlife criminals to justice.
Date: Tue, 20 Oct 2015 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/10/20/Undercover_Catching_Wildlife_Traffickers
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/10/20/Undercover_Catching_Wildlife_Traffickers



A Park Reborn: Saving Lions

Wed, 14 Oct 2015 12:11:39 -0700

(image) Working to restore the lion population in Gorongosa National Park, Emmy Award-winning cinematographer Bob Poole and a team of scientists discover an injured lion cub and intervene to save its life. But when a male lion from outside the pride takes over, all of the cubs in the pack are threatened, and Poole finds himself face-to-face with the new pride leader.
Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2015 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/10/14/A_Park_Reborn_Saving_Lions
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/10/14/A_Park_Reborn_Saving_Lions



Infrastructure and Climate Change

Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:31:27 -0700

(image) So far we are trying to deal with climate change at the wrong time scale.  A really deep problem cannot be solved by shallow innovations, no matter how clever.  The scale of climate change requires thinking and acting in multi-decade terms at the level of infrastructure-personal as well as societal.  Get it right, and "the result can be like living in a beautifully managed garden." Saul Griffith is an inventor and meta-inventor, currently founder of Otherlabs in San Francisco (devising such things as soft robotics, soft exoskeletons, cheap solar tracking, and conformable gas tanks.)  He is a MacArthur Fellow and frequent TED dazzler.  His 02009 SALT talk on Climate Change Recalculated is the most viewed video in our twelve-year series.
Date: Mon, 21 Sep 2015 15:26:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/09/21/Infrastructure_and_Climate_Change
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/09/21/Infrastructure_and_Climate_Change



A Park Reborn: Charging Elephants

Tue, 06 Oct 2015 13:37:13 -0700

(image) The large animals of Gorongosa National Park were nearly wiped out during the Mozambican civil war. After the war had ended, people reported being charged and chased by the few traumatized elephants that survived. Cinematographer Bob Poole and his sister, Joyce, an elephant researcher, wondered if by running away from the elephants people were inadvertently provoking the magnificent animals. The Pooles teamed up to test their theory. Find out what happens when they stand their ground against charging elephants.
Date: Tue, 06 Oct 2015 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/10/06/A_Park_Reborn_Charging_Elephants
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/10/06/A_Park_Reborn_Charging_Elephants



A Park Reborn: Bringing Wildlife Back

Mon, 28 Sep 2015 13:05:13 -0700

(image) Civil war nearly wiped out the wildlife in Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park, but scientists and rangers are working to restore the treasured landmark. Emmy Award-winning cinematographer Bob Poole captures the efforts of the team in a new PBS/Nat Geo International series. Get a behind-the-scenes look as Poole talks about filming in rebel territory and bringing the park back to its former glory.
Date: Mon, 28 Sep 2015 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/09/28/A_Park_Reborn_Bringing_Wildlife_Back
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/09/28/A_Park_Reborn_Bringing_Wildlife_Back



Earth Matters: DJ Spooky and Rhea Suh

Wed, 22 Jun 2016 13:33:49 -0700

In celebration of Earth Day 2015, The New School's Tishman Environment and Design Center (TEDC) hosts Earth Matters: Designing our Future, a daylong event featuring workshops, pop up classes, and discussions on climate action and sustainability spanning the disciplines. Culminating in a keynote presentation by Rhea Suh, President of the Natural Resources Defense Council, and a creative presentation and musical performance by DJ Spooky, the event highlights TEDC's bold integration of design, policy, and social justice approaches to environmental issues. TED (C) Talks: #Earth Matters To highlight Tishman Environment and Design Center (TEDC)'s bold integration of design, policy, and social justice approaches to environmental issues, this special evening event will feature a keynote presentation by Rhea Suh, President of the Natural Resource Defense Council and a creative presentation and performance by DJ Spooky, 2014 National Geographic Emerging Explorer. Additional presenters include: David Van Zandt, President of The New School; Michelle DePass, TEDC Director and Dean of Milano School of International Affairs, Urban Policy and Management; Joel Towers, Executive Dean of Parsons The New School for Design; Colleen Macklin, Associate Professor at Parsons The New School for Design; Tanya Kalmanovitch, Faculty and Coordinator of Entrepreneurship, Mannes College the New School for Music; and Amos Lee, violinist and Christine Chen, cellist from Mannes College the New School for Music. Katherine Willis, Student a[...]



Saving Sharks, One Step at a Time

Wed, 23 Sep 2015 18:09:48 -0700

(image) Convincing people to help an often demonized predator isn't easy, but that's just what 2015 National Geographic Emerging Explorer Jessica Cramp left her career and home to do. Cramp helped establish a shark sanctuary in the Cook Islands and is showing local fishermen and others why these creatures are so important to our oceanic ecosystems.
Date: Tue, 18 Aug 2015 00:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/08/18/Saving_Sharks_One_Sanctuary_at_a_Time
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/08/18/Saving_Sharks_One_Sanctuary_at_a_Time



Reusing Old Cell Phones to Save Rain Forests

Wed, 23 Sep 2015 18:09:48 -0700

(image) Could recycled cell phones save the rain forest? 2015 National Geographic Emerging Explorer Topher White thinks so. A physicist, engineer, and inventor, White is adorning trees with old phones that can pick up sounds of illegal logging activity and send real-time alerts to rangers. White's work comes at a critical time since deforestation is the second largest contributor to climate change.
Date: Fri, 07 Aug 2015 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/08/07/Reusing_Old_Cell_Phones_to_Save_Rain_Forests
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/08/07/Reusing_Old_Cell_Phones_to_Save_Rain_Forests



Wild Seas, Secret Shores: Sharks After Dark

Wed, 23 Sep 2015 18:09:48 -0700

(image) While many marine ecosystems are struggling, National Geographic photographer Thomas Peschak finds a healthy and breathtaking slice of beauty in the remote and shark-filled atoll of Bassas da India.
Date: Mon, 03 Aug 2015 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/08/03/Wild_Seas_Secret_Shores_Sharks_After_Dark
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/08/03/Wild_Seas_Secret_Shores_Sharks_After_Dark



Wild Seas, Secret Shores: Marine Birds and Conservation

Wed, 23 Sep 2015 18:09:48 -0700

(image) While photographing the biodiversity in southern Africa's marine reserves, National Geographic photographer Thomas Peschak also captures the importance of balancing conservation efforts with the needs of locals in order to keep the reserves thriving.
Date: Mon, 03 Aug 2015 03:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/08/03/Wild_Seas_Secret_Shores_Marine_Birds_and_Conservation
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/08/03/Wild_Seas_Secret_Shores_Marine_Birds_and_Conservation



Closing Remarks - The Next Frontier of Climate Change: Washington, DC

Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:31:27 -0700

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  • Guy Vidra, CEO, The New Republic

Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2015 08:25:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/07/29/closing_remarks
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/07/29/closing_remarks



Remarks: Denis McDonough

Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:31:27 -0700

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  • Denis McDonough, White House Chief of Staff

Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2015 08:00:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/07/29/remarks_denis_mcdonough
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/07/29/remarks_denis_mcdonough



Headline Interview: Gérard Araud

Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:31:27 -0700

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  • Gérard Araud, French Ambassador to the United States
  • Moderator: Jeff Ball, Scholar-in-Residence, Stanford University's Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance Columnist, The New Republic

Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2015 07:30:00 -0700
Location: http://fora.tv/2015/07/29/headline_interview_gerard_araud
Program and discussion: http://fora.tv/2015/07/29/headline_interview_gerard_araud