Educational Videos about Ecological Footprints

These educational videos feature a variety of topics from discussion on our ecological footprint, Bill Nye explaining the science behind climate change, to how we can help endangered species.

Videos include:

  • How much Nature do we have? How much do we use? (TEDx Talks)
  • The Ecological Footprint: Accounting for a Small Planet (Bullfrog Films)
  • Climate Change 101 with Bill Nye (National Geographic)
  • Bill Nye Explains Climate Change with Emoji (Mashable Screening)
  • Concerned Kittens engage you in cutting CO2 emissions (MinorFoundation)
  • UAE Ecological Footprint Animation (EmiratesNature WWF)
  • Polar Bears and How to Save Them (National Geographic Kids)
  • Elephants and How to Save Them (National Geographic Kids)
  • Worse Than Poop! (Vanessa Warheit)

Organization: Global Footprint Network

Organization: Global Footprint Network

Global Footprint Network is an international nonprofit organization founded in 2003 that advances the science of sustainability to change how the world manages its natural resources. They create metrics that are meaningful and scalable, actionable insights about natural resource consumption and capacity, and tools to guide informed decisions (Source).

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