Este video trata sobre los problemas ambientales que surgen con la erosión costera causada por el cambio climático. Esta fue hecha por estudiantes de LOCC en Arecibo, Puerto Rico durante el verano de 2018.
Why do people focus on cows for producing methane when they aren't the only organisms that produce methane? Learn all about sustainable cattle farming in this student-produced film from LOCC Carbondale.
En este video, los estudiantes de LOCC investigan los peligros que enfrenta la tortuga baula debido a la erosión costera. Esta película fue hecha por estudiantes en Arecibo, Puerto Rico durante el verano de 2018.
What happens to a bicycle when they're thrown away? Take a look at this student-produced short film about the effort to recycle old bikes to keep them functional and give people low-carbon means of transportation. This video was part of the LOCC workshop in Carbondale.
What if the future of our planet was in the hands of two basketball teams? This student film from Boulder, Colorado shows us the struggle between environmentally-responsible and environmentally-irresponsible behavior.
This faux-infomercial from Inside the Greenhouse encourages consumers to use more blue-stained pine for more sustainable construction practices during the pine beetle epidemic. This is a response video to Greeley Central HS during the LOCC pilot program.
Este video explora los desafíos que enfrenta la agricultura puertorriqueña después del huracán María y algunas posibles soluciones a esos desafíos. Esta película fue hecha por estudiantes de LOCC en Arecibo, Puerto Rico en el verano de 2018.
Where does our groundwater come from, and how will climate change affect that? Learn what happens when Lisa and Allen from New Mexico discover that their neighborhood well has gone dry? This student film was produced in Boulder, Colorado.
This video from Inside the Greenhouse discusses the importance of conserving water and the ways in which water shortages affect farmers and agriculture. This is a response video to Poudre HS during the LOCC pilot program.
How do you deal with controversy over climate education? Susan Buhr gives an overview on the principles of climate education as well as some tips for how to plan for responding to disagreement or misunderstanding while teaching climate science.
This video explores the challenges facing Puerto Rican agriculture in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, and some possible solutions to those challenges. This film was made by LOCC students in Arecibo, Puerto Rico in summer of 2018.
How do our personal choices affect climate change? These middle school students act out, in a skit, just how many of our actions affect the world around us. This video was produced by students during the 2017-2018 school year.
Angevine Middle School students in Colorado produced short videos about climate change during the 2016-2017 school year, including this mock TV news broadcast on extreme weather and other climate change phenomena.
Angevine Middle School students in Colorado produced short videos about climate change during the 2016-2017 school year. Watch this exciting swashbuckling film about the causes and effects of landloss.
Colorado middle school students produced several short videos about climate change during the 2016-2017 school year. This is the submission from Whittier K-8 on fossil fuels, renewable energy and water use.
Water is vital to human life and society. Watch these students from LOCC educate their audience on the importance of water quality. This film was made by students in the Upward Bound Math Science program during summer 2018.
How does drought affect corn farmers and their families? LOCC students illustrate the gravity of the situation in this film. This film was made by students in the Upward Bound Math Science program during summer 2018.
Through drawings, interviews and graphics, LOCC students explore how New Mexico's water supply is affected by climate change and drought. This film was made by students in the Upward Bound Math Science program during summer 2018.
This Inside the Greenhouse video warns against both ignorance and fear when it comes to climate change, and emphasizes preparedness for natural disasters above all. This is a response video to Manhattan MS during the LOCC pilot program.
Why is the Crystal River significant and what would happen if it dried up? LOCC students look into the importance of this river to the people of Carbondale. This film was made by students in Carbondale, Colorado during summer 2018.