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“Losing Nemo” Video Takes Aim at Overfishing–But Does it Go Too Far?

The above video is a highly produced animation that takes a shot across the bow of large fishing vessels. Capitalizing on the public’s affinity for a cuddly clownfish named Nemo from the 2003 Pixar/Disney film Finding Nemo, this six-minute clip of digital agitprop supports the advocacy group The Black Fish. The Black Fish targets the…

From the Ogallala Aquifer to Baltimore, New NBC Videos Explain the Water Cycle

A new video series called “Sustainability: Water” has just been released from NBC News’ educational arm, NBC Learn, and the National Science Foundation (NSF). The seven-part series looks at the Earth’s water cycle and challenges to water sustainability in key regions of the U.S. According to a spokesperson: Each video features an NSF-supported scientist from some…

The Most Incredible Oklahoma Tornado Videos

See some of the most compelling clips of the Oklahoma tornado, as chosen by National Geographic’s video editors.

The Art of Street Portraiture

    While traveling in Cuba with National Geographic Expeditions I had the fortunate opportunity to interview a real life ¨fotógrafo minutero¨ that expanded my knowledge on a craft that is used less frequently now a days, but still in Cuba, Argentina and other locations around the world. The beauty of these fotógrafos minuteros or street portrait photographers, is…

Top 10 “Nat Geo Talks” Videos for 2012

Live presentations have been a part of National Geographic since the 1800s, and today more than 140 are viewable online. See this year’s best.

Green Thought Leaders Share Words of Wisdom From Aspen

We reported on the Aspen Environment Forum last month, which brought together leaders in the environment, science, policy, and business communities to discuss “the new normal” on the scenic Colorado campus of the Aspen Institute. (National Geographic co-sponsored the event.) Now, genConnect has released brief video interviews with some of the presenters. Browse the videos…