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The Second Solution: Riparian Restoration
http://vimeo.com/27906513

Northwest Biocarbon Initiative, Climate Solutions

This video illustrates how one community developed and implemented a sustainable solution to rising temperature in a stream.

Video length is 4:57 min.

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Actions taken by individuals, communities, states, and countries all influence climate. Practices and policies followed in homes, schools, businesses, and governments can affect climate. Climate-related decisions made by one generation can provide opportunities as well as limit the range of possibilities open to the next generation. Steps toward reducing the impact of climate change may influence the present generation by providing other benefits such as improved public health infrastructure and sustainable built environments.
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Teaching Tips

  • Video is a great example of the benefits of community solutions to solve sustainability conflicts.
  • Other fact sheets related to this type of restoration work can be found here: http://climatesolutions.org/programs/NBI

About the Science

  • Video provides an example of how creative planning (planting trees and shrubs) can reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, help protect species, filter agricultural runoff, and reduce monetary costs.
  • Data sources not provided.
  • Passed initial science review - expert science review pending.

About the Pedagogy

  • Video describes an interesting and motivating restoration project.
  • No guidance provided for educator.

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