Top 5 #EarthDay Videos
- Mother Nature Official Music Video [Green For All]: This Earth Day, we’re pausing to both reflect and celebrate. When we look around, we can’t deny that the problems facing our planet are daunting: Big polluters are still getting away with poisoning our air and water. Worldwide, we’re seeing a spike in storms, drought, and disasters—and poor folks and people of color continue to get hit first and worst.If you’ve ever felt outrage at what’s happening to our planet and its people, this new music video by Producer/Song Writer Issa Bibbins and singer Jonathan Hoard will hit home. Please take a moment this earth day to share it with your community.
- Why Bees Are Disappearing [Ted] : Honeybees have thrived for 50 million years, each colony 40 to 50,000 individuals coordinated in amazing harmony. So why, seven years ago, did colonies start dying en masse? Marla Spivak reveals four reasons which are interacting with tragic consequences. This is not simply a problem because bees pollinate a third of the world’s crops. Could this incredible species be holding up a mirror for us?
- Why Duke Energy Needs to Be Held Accountable in NC : Video 1 of 7: March 31st, 2014 - At a Forward Together Moral Monday Town Hall meeting after the Dan River Coal Ash spill, NC Warn Community Organizer Kim Porter reveals why Duke Energy should be held accountable, especially in North Carolina.
- "What the Frack" Music Video [Earth Guardians] : A collaboration between Musa at Black Sun Cinema and young leaders, educating the world through music about the dangers of Fracking!
- (BP Oil Spill) Kindra Arnesen (Gulf of Mexico) : This film follows the lives of Kindra Arnesen and family from Hurricane Katrina through the BP Oil Disaster from their perspective in Venice Louisianan; first land fall of Hurricane Katrina and closest populated land mass to the Deep Water Horizon site. Gulf Coast Disasters, long removed from the news cycle, are eating away at the livelihoods and patriotism of those left behind to deal with the front lines of the environmental and economic terrorism that is the legacy of our government. The disaster is ongoing.