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A Natural DIY Art Project that Will Cost You Next to Nothing
 
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Nature provides some of the most beautiful patterns known to man. From the spine that runs down the center of a leaf to the gnarled and knobbed bark that envelopes the trees around us, you’d be hard pressed to find anything more stunning fabricated artificially. Here we show you how to capture nature’s patterns and use them to create beautiful leaf prints and stationary, perfect for framing or sending love letters on. https://www.yahoo.com/makers/nature-provides-some-of-the-most-beautiful-116942610725.html
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The Art of Saving Natural Resources
 
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Winner of the [email protected] Competition. This is a submission from the Infocomm Club of Temasek Secondary School. (c)opyright Temasek Secondary School 2009.
Views: 1747 InfocommClubTMS
Horror Vacui | A short film about exploiting natural resources
 
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First Acts filmmaker Matteo Zamagni presents an experimental short film that explores the hyperdevelopment of mankind and our consequent alienation from nature. Matteo Zamagni is a new media artist based in London.
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Art and Natural Resources
 
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Shelsy López A01039278 Jonathan Song A01673857 Sofía Valadez A01281286 Contemporary Art and Society
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Natural Resources (Dennis Cady)
 
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Natural Resources Hosted at the QCC Art Gallery July 27 - October 2, 2016 Painter, printmaker, sculptor, and designer, Dennis Cady is based in Queens, the Hudson Valley and Arizona. A native of Oregon, Cady studied at Portland State University with Robert Colescott and Frederic Littman. Awarded a two-year Max Beckmann Fellowship at the Brooklyn Museum Art School, he moved to New York, where he has resided since 1969. He also studied at the Pratt Graphics Art Center and the State University of New York. A prolific artist, Cady has worked in all media. During the 1970s he designed sets, posters, costumes and props for the Murray Louis Dance Company, Nikolai Dance Company, and other companies. For the last two decades, he has continued to design – creating an artist’s studio-residence in the Hudson Valley and NE Arizona. Focused on painting and printmaking for the first half of his career, his love of materials and explorations of 3-dimensional form and space in architectural settings has also drawn him to direct wood-carving. In a career spanning over 40 years, the artist has traveled throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Latin America, capturing the drama and spirit of earth, sea and sky in open-air, on-site watercolor and acrylic on canvas paintings. Extended journeys have yielded many series of works that combine keen observation of form, atmosphere and light with rich color, expressive brushwork, and a distinct sense of place. Throughout his career, he has worked indoors during the winter months creating woodcuts, monoprints, and linocuts that interpret and recreate his on-site paintings. Cady is represented in both private and public collections. These include the Museum of Modern Art, Center for Book Arts; New York Public Library Print Collection; South Street Seaport Museum; U.S. Department of State; Newark Public Library Print Collection; and the University of Toronto. Selected corporate collections include Bristol Meyers Squibb, Citibank, Hilton Hotels, IBM, Merrill Lynch, MetLife, Mobil Oil Company, The New York Times, New York Health and Hospitals Corp., Pfizer and UPS among many others. Numerous one-man and group shows in New York, national and international venues are among his credits. Artist Dennis Cady Curators Dennis Cady Faustino Quintanilla Filmed by Victor Peña Edited by Victor Peña Music "Fresh Air" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Project Supervisor Phillip Roncoroni QCC Art Gallery Executive Director Faustino Quintanilla QCC Art Gallery Assistant Director Lisa Scandaliato (c) 2016 QCC Art Gallery Website: http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/artgallery/
Views: 91 CUNYQueensborough
NATURAL RESOURCES
 
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Useful for CBSE, ICSE, NCERT & International Students Grade: 4 Subject: EVS Lesson: NATURAL RESOURCES Natural resources are the raw materials supplied by the earth and its processes and include things in the physical environment used for housing, clothing, heating, cooling, transportation and to meet other human wants and needs. Common uses of natural resources are everywhere. Visit www.oztern.com to find personalized test preparation solutions for Pre Medical - AIPMT, AIIMS, JIPMER, State, Pre Engineering - IIT JEE, JEE MAIN, BITSAT, State and Foundations - Class 6 to 10.
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Natural Resources in Art
 
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Balbina, Ivette and Adan
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Natural Resources Toys for Kids
 
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It is amazing how many natural resources there are. This open-ended toy makes playing with natural resources both fun and educational.natural resources both fun and educational. Purchase: https://amzn.to/2RYQqxy Blog Post: https://wp.me/p5mpUE-2bc I received Resources in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are mine and were in no way influenced by outside sources. This post may/may not contain affiliate links. Support Hands-on Play Research: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4077705 I would love to connect with all of you. Feel free to follow me: Blog: http://www.littleladyplays.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LittleLadyPlays Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/lilithlittle52/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/littleladyplays/
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The Resource Curse, or Who Owns Natural Resources? - Philosophy Tube
 
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Who do natural resources belong to? Why are many resource-rich countries so poor and what can we do about it? Watch and find out! Politics Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvoAL-KSZ32fs6KX9IqqZY_0D4YXggcBN Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thephilosophytube Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/PhilosophyTube Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PhilosophyTube?ref=hl Twitter: @PhilosophyTube Email: [email protected] Google+: google.com/+thephilosophytube Suggested Reading: Leif Wenar, “Property Rights and the Resource Curse” http://tinyurl.com/q5jxnpo Thomas Pogge, "World Poverty and Human Rights" If you or your organisation would like to financially support Philosophy Tube in distributing philosophical knowledge to those who might not otherwise have access to it in exchange for credits on the show, please get in touch! Music: 'Show your Moves,' 'Pamgea' and ‘Hyperfun’ by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Any copyrighted material should fall under fair use for educational purposes or commentary, but if you are a copyright holder and believe your material has been used unfairly please get in touch with us and we will be happy to discuss it.
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Video Installation - Natural resources (soil)
 
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SURAPAN TANLOUNGKAT MULTIDISCIPLINARY ART DIVISION DEPARTMENT OF VISUAL ART, FACULTY OF FINE ART CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY Topic: Natural resources Year: 2016 Technique: Video Installation Factors affecting human impacts on natural and environmental changes. การที่มนุษย์เริ่มเอาชนะธรรมชาติ เริ่มรู้จักดัดแปลงธรรมชาติมากขึ้น มีการเปลี่ยนแปลงสภาพแวดล้อมเดิมให้เป็นสภาพแวดล้อมใหม่ เช่น การทำลายป่าไม้เพื่อนำมาทำพื้นที่เพาะปลูก และยังส่งผลไปสู่ธรรมชาติส่วนอื่นๆ เช่น ดินเกิดการชะล้างพังทลาย ดินขาดความอุดมสมบูรณ์ ภาวะอากาศแปรปรวน ฝนไม่ตกต้องตามฤดูกาล เกิดอุทกภัย การทำลายป่าไม้อย่างรุนแรงของมนุษย์ ได้ทำลายความสมดุลในระบบนิเวศ ทำให้สัตว์ป่าไร้ที่อยู่อาศัย เป็นการทำลายแหล่งต้นน้ำลำธาร ทำให้เกิดการสูญเสียหน้าดินอย่างมาก เพิ่มความรุนแรงของภัยธรรมชาติ อันได้แก่ภัยจากความแห้งแล้ง จากอุทกภัย บั่นทอนความอุดมสมบูรณ์ของดินลง ภัยพิบัติต่างๆ ที่เกิดขึ้นกับผู้คนในหลายๆ ส่วนของโลก ย่อมเป็นเครื่องชี้ชัดถึงผลของการทำลายธรรมชาติของมนุษย์ The way mankind overcomes nature Getting to know more natural adaptations. The original environment was transformed into a new environment, such as the destruction of forest for planting. And it also results in other elements such as soil erosion. Soil lacking abundance Climate change Rain does not fall by the season, floods, severe human destruction of forests. It has destroyed the ecological balance. Wild animals are homeless. To destroy the watershed. The loss of soil. Increase the intensity of natural disasters. The dangers of drought from floods diminish soil fertility. Disaster The occurrence of people in many parts of the world is a manifestation of the effects of the destruction of human nature.
Views: 6 Art Surapan
Video Installation - Natural resources (air)
 
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SURAPAN TANLOUNGKAT MULTIDISCIPLINARY ART DIVISION DEPARTMENT OF VISUAL ART, FACULTY OF FINE ART CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY Topic: Natural resources Year: 2016 Technique: Video Installation Factors affecting human impacts on natural and environmental changes. การที่มนุษย์เริ่มเอาชนะธรรมชาติ เริ่มรู้จักดัดแปลงธรรมชาติมากขึ้น มีการเปลี่ยนแปลงสภาพแวดล้อมเดิมให้เป็นสภาพแวดล้อมใหม่ เช่น การทำลายป่าไม้เพื่อนำมาทำพื้นที่เพาะปลูก และยังส่งผลไปสู่ธรรมชาติส่วนอื่นๆ เช่น ดินเกิดการชะล้างพังทลาย ดินขาดความอุดมสมบูรณ์ ภาวะอากาศแปรปรวน ฝนไม่ตกต้องตามฤดูกาล เกิดอุทกภัย การทำลายป่าไม้อย่างรุนแรงของมนุษย์ ได้ทำลายความสมดุลในระบบนิเวศ ทำให้สัตว์ป่าไร้ที่อยู่อาศัย เป็นการทำลายแหล่งต้นน้ำลำธาร ทำให้เกิดการสูญเสียหน้าดินอย่างมาก เพิ่มความรุนแรงของภัยธรรมชาติ อันได้แก่ภัยจากความแห้งแล้ง จากอุทกภัย บั่นทอนความอุดมสมบูรณ์ของดินลง ภัยพิบัติต่างๆ ที่เกิดขึ้นกับผู้คนในหลายๆ ส่วนของโลก ย่อมเป็นเครื่องชี้ชัดถึงผลของการทำลายธรรมชาติของมนุษย์ The way mankind overcomes nature Getting to know more natural adaptations. The original environment was transformed into a new environment, such as the destruction of forest for planting. And it also results in other elements such as soil erosion. Soil lacking abundance Climate change Rain does not fall by the season, floods, severe human destruction of forests. It has destroyed the ecological balance. Wild animals are homeless. To destroy the watershed. The loss of soil. Increase the intensity of natural disasters. The dangers of drought from floods diminish soil fertility. Disaster The occurrence of people in many parts of the world is a manifestation of the effects of the destruction of human nature.
Views: 15 Art Surapan
conservation of natural resources "basics"
 
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learn basics of conservation of natural resources by this awesome vedio.
Views: 150 art sisters
Conserving Natural Resources
 
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This is a project I'm currently working on for school
Views: 158 Maite Orpustan
Natural Resources
 
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2017-2018
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Lecture 3 (Economics of Natural Resources)
 
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A note on teaching. Supply, monopoly, the distribution of costs and benefits and negative externalities (e.g., shark fin soup)
Views: 4602 David Zetland
Video Installation - Natural resources (fire)
 
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SURAPAN TANLOUNGKAT MULTIDISCIPLINARY ART DIVISION DEPARTMENT OF VISUAL ART, FACULTY OF FINE ART CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY Topic: Natural resources Year: 2016 Technique: Video Installation Factors affecting human impacts on natural and environmental changes. การที่มนุษย์เริ่มเอาชนะธรรมชาติ เริ่มรู้จักดัดแปลงธรรมชาติมากขึ้น มีการเปลี่ยนแปลงสภาพแวดล้อมเดิมให้เป็นสภาพแวดล้อมใหม่ เช่น การทำลายป่าไม้เพื่อนำมาทำพื้นที่เพาะปลูก และยังส่งผลไปสู่ธรรมชาติส่วนอื่นๆ เช่น ดินเกิดการชะล้างพังทลาย ดินขาดความอุดมสมบูรณ์ ภาวะอากาศแปรปรวน ฝนไม่ตกต้องตามฤดูกาล เกิดอุทกภัย การทำลายป่าไม้อย่างรุนแรงของมนุษย์ ได้ทำลายความสมดุลในระบบนิเวศ ทำให้สัตว์ป่าไร้ที่อยู่อาศัย เป็นการทำลายแหล่งต้นน้ำลำธาร ทำให้เกิดการสูญเสียหน้าดินอย่างมาก เพิ่มความรุนแรงของภัยธรรมชาติ อันได้แก่ภัยจากความแห้งแล้ง จากอุทกภัย บั่นทอนความอุดมสมบูรณ์ของดินลง ภัยพิบัติต่างๆ ที่เกิดขึ้นกับผู้คนในหลายๆ ส่วนของโลก ย่อมเป็นเครื่องชี้ชัดถึงผลของการทำลายธรรมชาติของมนุษย์ The way mankind overcomes nature Getting to know more natural adaptations. The original environment was transformed into a new environment, such as the destruction of forest for planting. And it also results in other elements such as soil erosion. Soil lacking abundance Climate change Rain does not fall by the season, floods, severe human destruction of forests. It has destroyed the ecological balance. Wild animals are homeless. To destroy the watershed. The loss of soil. Increase the intensity of natural disasters. The dangers of drought from floods diminish soil fertility. Disaster The occurrence of people in many parts of the world is a manifestation of the effects of the destruction of human nature.
Views: 12 Art Surapan
Environmental Art and Technology
 
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Dr. Carlos Castellanos (Assistant Professor of Art and Co-Director, Digital/Experimental Media Lab) discusses the rise of environmental art and technology and the use of digital/experimental media to communicate science. This talk was presented for students participating in the capstone course of the natural resources and environmental science secondary major and was open to the general public as part of the natural resources and environmental science seminar series. The NRES Secondary Major and its seminar series are supported by the Office of the Provost, College of Agriculture, College of Arts & Sciences, and the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering.
Natural Resources at Cooler NYC
 
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Natural Resources cipher at the Cooler in NYC. What's cool is this is the first time I ever saw PH (Pumpkinhead) and then years later we ended up becoming good friends.
Views: 25 Illa' Quation
Natural resources natural vegetation and wildlife model || Types of forest || jangle making ideas
 
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#Vegitationandwildlifemodel #Forestmodel #Forestprojectforschool Hello friends today i show you. Model of Natural resources-natural vegetation and wildlife. ============================ #TropicalEvergreenForests #TemperateEvergreenForest #DesertVegetation #ConiferousForest #TropicalGrasslandforest ============================== How to make spy gun https://youtu.be/JptW3w0juJg How to make working Lighthouse https://youtu.be/PH-Rhhk5rb4 School models art best out of waste craft work and many more things and life hacks tricks. My channel aim is present school activities. 1 diy, kids craft, newspaper craft. 2 model making ideas. 3 origammi easy things best out of waste material craft . 4 mechanism project | engineering projects || physics project.
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MASS CANNIBALISM OF HUMAN & NATURAL RESOURCES - The Art of War by Sun Tzu book
 
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Compiled more than two thousand years ago by a mysterious warrior-philosopher, The Art of War is still perhaps the most prestigious and influential book of strategy in the world today, as eagerly studied in Asia by modern politicians and executives as it as been by military leaders since ancient times. As a study of the anatomy of organizations in conflict, The Art of War applies to competition and conflict in general, on every level from the interpersonal to the international. Its aim is invincibility, victory without battle, and unassailable strength through understanding of the physics, politics, and psychology of conflict. This translation presents the classic from the point of view of its background in the great spiritual tradition of Taoism, the origin of psychology, science, and technology in East Asia and the source of the insights into human nature that underlie this most revered of handbooks for success. Translated from a standard collection of commentaries on Sun Tzu's text by eleven interpreters, the work has been edited by Thomas Cleary to bring out the meaning of the principles of strategy. In addition, the translator provides an extensive introduction discussing the content and background of the book. https://books.google.com/books/about/The_art_of_war.html?id=-aosAAAAYAAJ
Mass cannibalism of human and natural resources the art of war by sun tzu
 
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Master Sun has his readers dwell on the ravages of war, from its incipient phases of treachery and alienation to its extreme forms of incendiary attack and siege, viewed as a sort of mass cannibalism of human and natural resources.
►►MostT 5 Valuable Natural Resources in The World-Top 5 Valuable Natural Assets in the World[Nature]
 
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This video is about "MostT 5 Valuable Natural Resources in The World-Top 2 Valuable Natural Assets in the World[Nature]" La mayoría de los 5 valiosos recursos naturales en el mundo-2 mejores activos naturales valiosos en el mundo [Naturaleza] ___ Watch Our Previous Video: ►►Earth Mom Can Burn It You'd be Sensible to Avoid Those Terrifying Locations-in the Solar System ►https://youtu.be/2JY2VSZAbhs Watch Our Next Video: ►►Five Weirdest TV Events of the '80s-1980s Top 5 Weirdest Television Shows[Wiredest TV Events] ►https://youtu.be/EYUDahr9AQA In this video Number 5 is Water. In this video Number 4 is Phosphorous. In this video Number 3 is Ivory. In this video Number 2 is Rhodium. In this video Number 1 is Californium-252. Planet Earth is a truly liberal place when you consider it. It has this incredible air to inhale, fruitful soil for developing fine foodstuffs, and even pleasant sparkly metals like gold and platinum which are amusing to take a gander at (and every so often slaughter each other over). Be that as it may, the planet is less liberal with a couple of things – things we particularly jump at the chance to have in our current lives. As shortage breeds esteem, these five assets are inconceivably significant on the grounds that they are quite not as much as plentiful. What's more, when talking about profitable characteristic assets, we would be delinquent on the off chance that we didn't give a gesture to great old water. Phosphorous may appear to be unendingly bottomless, and for sure it can be found in many places on earth – also inside your own body. Ivory is, tragically, truly profitable. Furthermore, the bigger the piece, the higher the esteem. The most important metal on the planet is not silver or gold. It's not in any case platinum. No, it's great old rhodium. Apparently the most important regular asset on earth is the component californium. Regular Resources is a spirit collection discharged by Motown young lady aggregate Martha Reeves and the Vandellas in 1970 on the Gordy (Motown) mark. The collection is critical for the Vietnam War ditty "I Should Be Proud" and the moderate stick, "Love Guess Who". The collection denoted an arrival from lead artist Martha Reeves, recuperating from a period in a mental establishment after a dependence on painkillers about destroyed her (however despite everything it took her until 1977 to beat her habit). This was the alongside last collection for the Vandellas, whose achievement had crested in the mid-1960s. credit:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natural_Resources https://top5.com https://google.com ___ ⇘Follow Us on Social Media : ✔Google+ https://plus.google.com/109136006320001375112 ✔Tumblr https://topbuddies.tumblr.com ✔Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Top-Buddies-330249174040745/ ✔Reddit https://www.reddit.com/user/TopBuddies/ ✔Medium https://medium.com/@topbuddies1 ✔Twitter https://twitter.com/topbuddies1 ✔Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/ ✔Pocket https://getpocket.com/@topbuddies ✔Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/topbuddies/ __ ⇘Follow Us On Blog Site: ✔Blog http://topbuddies.blogspot.com ✔Wordpress topbuddies.wordpress.com ✔Weebly http://topbuddies.weebly.com ___ Click Here for All Videos in On Playlist: ►https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEbYOTbEe7M&list=PL9s9GC9ssaxTQyfyQmnKME2vhT__HrcmL ➟➟Subscribe** Us: ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2PscVkU4ai6rBhVTf2mlpg/featured?sub_confirmation=1 ___ Watch This Video Again: ►https://youtu.be/TjWOQAkUfr0
Views: 343 Top Buddies
Natural Resources Draw My Life
 
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Final project for Natural Recources class at school
Views: 639 Mulgetta Fritz
Artists, Natural Resources, and the Environment Part 1 of 2
 
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This video is part 1 of 2 of "Artists, Natural Resources, and the Environment." Part 2 of 2 can be found here: http://youtu.be/2mAxMfrZAbQ Speakers: Rose Simpson, Santa Clara Pueblo, sculptor Kathy Wallace, Karuk/Yurok/Hupa Valley, basket maker Roy Kady, Navajo, weaver Moderator: Cynthia Chavez Lamar, IARC Director, School for Advanced Research Today artists working in many media can face challenges in creating their work due to depleted natural resources and environmental factors. The panelists discuss their personal experiences and share their opinions regarding these challenges and how it can potentially impact their art. This panel discussion was a part of Indian Arts Research Center at the School for Advanced Research's 2014 Speaker Series, Art in Flux, which was dedicated to discussing key issues and programs affecting artists and art institutions today. Art in Flux was developed by the School for Advanced Research with the help of Professor Lara Evans of the Institute of American Indian Arts. Events took place at SAR and the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts. This event was recorded on Wednesday, March 12, 2014 at the School for Advanced Research.
Natural Resources: Animals
 
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3rd grade
Views: 176 Libinka Marvin
2018 HACC Challenge Preview: KUPU & Dept. of Land & Natural Resources - Plant Identification
 
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Challenge: Native plant identification for/by the public (name of plant, basic information, status) with reporting back to DLNR.
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Natural Resources.wmv
 
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A performance by The Bridge Club called Natural Resources
Views: 76 Robert Boyd
Art Berman: The world is still over-supplied with oil
 
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Erik Townsend and Patrick Ceresna welcome Art Berman back to MacroVoices. Erik and Art ask the question was the oil price collapse more than just a correction? The look at world production surplus for 2019-2020, U.S. oil production and ask if OPEC matters anymore. The further look at trends in world liquid production, perspectives on the Brent and WTI curves and ask why is Brent trading at a premium to WTI.
Views: 3105 Macro Voices
Artists, Natural Resources, and the Environment Part 2 of 2
 
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This video is part 2 of 2 of "Artists, Natural Resources, and the Environment." For part 1, visit: http://youtu.be/OYsxiNC3snY Speakers: Rose Simpson, Santa Clara Pueblo, sculptor Kathy Wallace, Karuk/Yurok/Hupa Valley, basket maker Roy Kady, Navajo, weaver Moderator: Cynthia Chavez Lamar, IARC Director, School for Advanced Research Today artists working in many media can face challenges in creating their work due to depleted natural resources and environmental factors. The panelists discuss their personal experiences and share their opinions regarding these challenges and how it can potentially impact their art. This panel discussion was a part of Indian Arts Research Center at the School for Advanced Research's 2014 Speaker Series, Art in Flux, which was dedicated to discussing key issues and programs affecting artists and art institutions today. Art in Flux was developed by the School for Advanced Research with the help of Professor Lara Evans of the Institute of American Indian Arts. Events took place at SAR and the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts. This event was recorded on Wednesday, March 12, 2014 at the School for Advanced Research.
The Bridge Club - Natural Resources
 
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Natural Resources, a new performance and installation work created by The Bridge Club Collaborative will feature two liquid substances: milk and petroleum oil. Each is loaded with multiple metaphoric meanings (i.e., 'mother's milk', 'black gold'), while each is also harvested or extracted from our natural surroundings for human sustenance and consumption. Natural Resources will feature a single, one-night live performance by The Bridge Club. During this performance, the four personae of The Bridge Club, clinically costumed as domestic 'resource workers,' will be engaged in a processing of materials and objects from everyday human domestic life. Objects dipped either in oil or in milk, respectively, will be layered into large, transparent receptacles. As each object is dipped, it will be coated in a simultaneously protective and destructive residue. Following the live performance, the receptacles housing the layered objects will be sealed, allowing the milk and the oil in their respective vitrines to sediment, congeal, rot, and otherwise transform around the domestic materials housed therein. Video footage from multiple projectors will cover the walls of the gallery showing, close-up images of pouring milk and pouring oil, as if the walls themselves were coated in these cascading liquids. Even as the materials in the receptacles begin to decay, the projected liquids will continue to flow, mirroring the dual abundance and loss that characterize our human relationship to the natural world. About The Bridge Club: The Bridge Club is a contemporary visual and performance art collaborative consisting of artists Annie Strader, Huntsville; TX, Christine Owen, Warren; CT, Emily Bivens, Knoxville; TN and Julie Wills, Gunnison; CO. The Bridge Club creates interdisciplinary installation, video, live performance and digital media works that are site- and context-specific, and each work investigates specific local histories, populations, contexts, stereotypes, expectations and conflicts. Performances and installations have taken place in both traditional and nontraditional venues, incorporating and responding to sites such as a hotel room, a city bus, an abandoned storefront, and a Laundromat in addition to the traditional gallery or museum space. Each work is conceived in specific relation to its site and audience. An anonymous collective persona inhabits each of The Bridge Club's works, with each member artist donning wigs, shoes and a variety of carefully selected garments that relate directly to the site and concept of a specific work. The collective presence of the four costumed member artists lends an unsettling normative air to odd or uncomfortable situations, while costuming and object choices create a historical ambiguity of era that addresses change and continuity of gender and interpersonal histories, roles, expectations and behaviors. I n 2009 The Bridge Club received a Visual Artist Network residency grant to create a site-specific work for the National Performance Network's annual meeting and in 2007 The Bridge Club was on the shortlist for the London International Creative Competition. In 2010 The Bridge Club's work was included in "Off the Strip" A New Genres Festival at The Contemporary Art Center in Las Vegas, NV and "Low Lives 2", an exhibition of live webcast video performance works shown in multiple national venues. The Bridge Club's work has been exhibited at 1708 Gallery, Richmond; VA, IDEA space, Colorado Springs; CO and SPACES Gallery, Cleveland; OH. thebridgeclub.net
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Full Natural Resources Committee Hearing: Climate Change The Impacts and the Need to Act
 
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Date: Wednesday, February 6, 2019 Time: 10:00 AM Location: 1324 Longworth Presiding: Chair Raul M. Grijalva Witness List Panel 1 The Honorable Roy Cooper Governor of North Carolina The Honorable Charlie Baker Governor of Massachusetts Panel 2 MAJORITY WITNESSES Dr. Kim Cobb Georgia Power Chair Director, Global Change Program ADVANCE Professor, College of Science Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Georgia Institute of Technology Ms. Nadia Nazar Co-Founder, Associate Director, and Art Director, Zero Hour Movement Co-organizer of the Youth Climate March Ms. Elizabeth Yeampierre Executive Director, UPROSE Steering Committee Co-Chair of the Climate Justice Alliance Rev. Lennox Yearwood, Jr. President, Hip Hop Caucus Member of the Advisory Board of The Climate Mobilization Ms. Paula DiPerna Special Advisor, CDP North America MINORITY WITNESSES Derrick Hollie President, Reaching America Dr. Judith Curry President, Climate Forecast Applications Network More information: https://naturalresources.house.gov/hearings/climate-change-impacts-and-the-need-to-act
Views: 78 Rep. Russ Fulcher
HH Sheikha Moza attends opening of Mathaf exhibitions celebrating Indian art
 
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Her Highness attended the opening of @MathafModern’s new exhibitions “M. F. Husain: Horses of the Sun” and “Still More World” as part of Qatar India 2019 Year of Culture. The first exhibition features over 100 works by renowned artist Maqbool Fida Husain, while the “Still More World” exhibition is a re-examination of human progress and natural resources inspired by Doha’s urban landscape of light. حضرت صاحبة السمو افتتاح معرضيين دوليين يستضيفهما المتحف العربي للفن الحديث كجزء من العام الثقافي قطر الهند 2019 . يقام المعرض الأول تحت عنوان "مقبول فدا حسين: عاديات الشمس"والذي يضم أكثر من 100 عملاً فنياً للفنان الراحل ، والمعرض الثاني فيُقام بعنوان "مجموعة رقص ميديا: تبقى عوالم أخرى". ويضم أعمال فنية متنوعة تعيد النظر في فكرة التطوّر الإنساني والمصادر الطبيعية المستوحاة من المناظر الطبيعية في الدوحة. ‪#قطر_الهند2019 #مقبول_فدا_حسين #قطر #الهند #الدوحة #فن #متاحف_قطر‬ #QatarIndia2019 #MFHusain #Qatar #India #Doha #ModernArt #RaqsMediaCollective #MathafModern #QatarMuseums
Views: 56 Moza bint Nasser
Save our resources
 
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To encourage the active citizenship
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Return Show (CNR) College of Natural Resources
 
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Return show (Batch 2016), College Of Natural Resources. Video is a bit orange in tone since i am learning, please enjoy the flavor of orange.
Views: 1850 Snake Man
Rangoli from natural resources part two
 
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Unique idea making Rangoli locally available leaves of Neem babool torye flowers......... etc
I'm on a Mission to Create FREE Digital Art Resources 💪
 
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Views: 1669 Aaron Rutten
20 Minutes of  A Tour Of The ARKANSAS  MUSEUM OF NATURAL  RESOURCES
 
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The entrance, up the elevator, etc... http://www.amnr.org/
Views: 104 Brad Barfield