pollution

Vidéos

Reportages VICE
4:49

Vivre avec l'écoanxiété

VICE donne la parole à des gens qui vivent l’écoanxiété, l’anxiété liée aux changements climatiques.
Vice du jour
3:54

Les coulisses du documentaire de VICE « Coulé dans le béton »

Comment faire des entrevues quand personne ne veut te parler.
VICE
18:35

Coulé dans le béton

Québec se prétend un chef de file de la lutte contre les changements climatiques, mais appuie discrètement un projet de cimenterie en Gaspésie. VICE enquête sur la décision de soutenir une industrie responsable de 8 % des émissions mondiales de CO2.
Abandoned S1 EP5
43:59

Les réserves d’eau de la Californie

Rick fraye avec les habitants de villes post-apocalyptiques de la Californie.
Motherboard Pilot Week
3:17

Whiz Kidz: The Internet

We often talk about science and the future, but what do kids actually think about the future?
VICE News Specials
18:33

Crude L.A. - California's Urban Oil Fields (Full Length)

Coming Soon: VICE News investigates the rise of Mexican black tar heroin, and the cost of getting it to the US.
VICE News Specials / Extrait
1:06

Crude L.A.: California's Urban Oil Fields (Trailer)

Coming Soon: VICE News investigates the effects of urban oil drilling in Los Angeles.
Daily VICE
5:51

Filming the Police

We also visit an icy art installation in Paris, investigate pollution in the world's deepest lake, and explore LA's Latino ska scene.
The People Speak
3:30

Can Climate Change Be Stopped?

VICE News asked people around the world about what they think are the big issues. Climate change was at the top of the list.
VICE News Specials
13:40

Cursed by Coal: Mining the Navajo Nation

VICE News travels to the Navajo Nation to find out how its abundance of coal is affecting the future of the Navajo people.
Toxic
24:29

Toxic Waste in the US: Coal Ash

An estimated 113 million tons of coal ash are produced annually in the US, and stored in almost every state—some of it literally in people's backyards.
Toxic
25:55

Coastal Crisis: Louisiana Oil Spill

In April 2010, a 2-foot-wide pipe in the Gulf of Mexico began ejaculating oil to the tune of half a million gallons a day.
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