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  1. Plastic Whale, A (2017)

    aka: A Plastic Whale: The Documentary

    Subject
    Biology; Environmental science
    Distribution
    Film

    This Sky News documentary shows the devastating effects of plastic on ocean life by following the case of a post-mortem examination of a Cuvier’s beaked whale. The procedure confirmed that its intestines...

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  2. Communicating Climate Change (2016)

    Subject
    Energy; Environmental science

    Author and expert Chris Shaw discusses how climate change is communicated and why it is vital that there is more public engagement with the subject. Shaw works at Climate Outreach, formerly COIN, a European...

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  3. Unlocking the Power of Hydrogen (2015)

    Subject
    Chemistry; Environmental science

    Video podcast from the University of Oxford, Department of Chemistry. Kylie Vincent and Philip Ash discuss how bacteria harness the energy stored within hydrogen molecules, and how this could help build a...

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  4. Future of Automative Propulsion, The (2015)

    Subject
    Engineering; Environmental science; Transport

    In his Inaugural Lecture, Professor Chris Brace, Deputy Director of the Power and Vehicle Research Centre (PVRC) in the University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, Professor Chris Brace discusses...

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  5. Nanoparticle Catalysis: Size Matters (2015)

    Subject
    Chemistry; Environmental science

    Video podcast. Hanif Mahadi, Researcher in Edman Tsang’s group, explains how nanoparticle catalysts help use fossil fuels more efficiently and develop cleaner alternative sources of energy. [4 minutes].

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  6. Oldest Geordie, The: Environmental History of the River Tyne (2015)

    Subject
    Environmental science; Geography; History

    Historian Leona Skelton, a Post-Doctoral Research Assistant at the University of Bristol, presents this look at the extent to which people have shaped the River Tyne. Skelton’s project challenges us to see...

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  7. Speaking with Light: Tackling Pollution with Bioluminescent Indicators (2014)

    Director
    Alex Gibney
    Subject
    Biology; Environmental science

    Many marine organisms have evolved to exhibit bioluminescence putting on incredible deep sea displays of flashing lights, sparkling blooms and smoke-like clouds of shimmering blue. Inspired by this, marine...

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  8. Phosphorous and Nitrogen Cycle Animation (2014)

    Subject
    Chemistry; Environmental science

    Short animation illustrating the phosphorous and nitrogen cycle. [2 minutes]

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  9. Black Ice (2014)

    Subject
    Environmental science
    Distribution
    Sale, DVD (Region 2 PAL, 53 minutes), £39.00

    This film documents the non-violent attempts by Greenpeace activists to stop the Russians drilling for oil in the Arctic. As the sheet ice melts around the northernmost region of the world, oil companies see...

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  10. Measuring Methane Above the Arctic (2014)

    Subject
    Environmental science
    Distribution
    Sale, DVD

    Michelle Cain of the University of Cambridge and Stéphane Bauguitte of the Facility for Airborne Atmospheric Measurements explain how and why they’re measuring methane in the atmosphere above the Arctic -...

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