climate change

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33:46

Make The World Greta Again

Las propuestas estudiantiles contra el cambio climático se extienden por todo el mundo y VICE sigue a la activista de 16 años Greta Thunberg y a otras jóvenes activistas.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
3:26

How NASA is measuring climate change more precisely than ever

VICE News Tonight visits NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, where thousands of scientists are working to map and study the Earth's systems.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
1:19

Obama Legacy: Climate

VICE News explores Obama's climate legacy
Daily VICE
3:14

The DIY Tree Project Bringing Back an Ancient Forest to Survive Climate Change

Trees could be more resilient in a warming world and help Canada adapt to climate change
VICE on HBO
42:51

Our Rising Oceans

VICE founder Shane Smith travels to the bottom of the world to investigate the instability of the West Antarctic ice sheet and to see first hand how the continent is melting -- and VICE follows the rising oceans to Bangladesh for a glimpse into the world'
VICE on HBO
28:24

The Resource Curse & Deliver Us from Drought

VICE heads to Papua New Guinea, where America's Exxon Mobil has staked a claim to a $19 billion liquid natural gas project. Then they go to Texas, in the midst of the state's worst drought in recorded history.
VICE on HBO
28:25

Fighting Chances (Senegalese Laamb Wrestling & The World is Sinking)

The laamb-wrestling phenomenon in Senegal; rising sea levels in Venice, the Maldives and beyond.
Daily VICE
2:02

Will Climate Change Reveal a Long Abandoned U.S. Military Base Buried in Greenland?

Motherboard's Kate Lunau explains why there is no easy solution to military waste
Daily VICE
3:15

We Meet the Polar Explorer on a 25-Year Mission To Save Antarctica

Frustrated by fear mongering climate campaigns, Swan runs large expeditions to the continent to inspire people to act.
Daily VICE
1:27

Climate Change Is Bad News for Penguins in Antarctica

A new study finds that more than half of the Adélie penguin colonies found in the Antarctic could be in decline by the year 2100 due to climate change.
Daily VICE
2:07

Quebec's Boreal Forest Could Be a Noah's Ark for Canadian Wildlife

While the threat of fires grows in Western Canada, hotter and drier weather in Quebec is likely to turn the province's massive boreal forest into a refuge for plants
Lab Spaces
9:03

Stress Testing Drones in a Wind Vortex

WINDEEE is the world’s first hexagonal wind testing chamber where scientists are pushing drones to their limits to learn how to make drones safer in the future.
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