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NASA Scientists Find Human Activity is Drying out the Amazon [Video]NASA Scientists Find Human Activity is Drying out the Amazon

NASA Jet Propulsion Lab' researchers found the atmosphere above the Amazon rainforest has been drying out over the past two decades, and humans are mostly responsible.

AmazeLab -   00:59

The Amazon belongs to humanity -- let's protect it together | Tashka and Laura Yawanawá [Video]The Amazon belongs to humanity -- let's protect it together | Tashka and Laura Yawanawá

Tashka and Laura Yawanawá lead the Yawanawá people in Acre, Brazil -- a tribe that stewards almost 500,000 acres of Amazon rainforest. As footage of the Amazon burning shocks the world's consciousness, Tashka and Laura call for us to transform this..

TED -   05:52

What vaccinating vampire bats can teach us about pandemics | Daniel Streicker [Video]What vaccinating vampire bats can teach us about pandemics | Daniel Streicker

Could we anticipate the next big disease outbreak, stopping a virus like Ebola before it ever strikes? In this talk about frontline scientific research, ecologist Daniel Streicker takes us to the Amazon rainforest in Peru where he tracks the movement..

TED -   15:39

Hollywood Drones To Research The Amazon [Video]Hollywood Drones To Research The Amazon

Hollywood drones are being used by Harvard researchers in the Amazon rainforest.

A Plus -   01:27

Drones Used in Big Budget Movies Find New Life Exploring Unreachable Parts of the Amazon Rainforest [Video]Drones Used in Big Budget Movies Find New Life Exploring Unreachable Parts of the Amazon Rainforest

Drones used to film big budget movies find new life and have been repurposed to reach difficult parts of the Amazon. Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.

Veuer -   01:10

Harvard researchers are using Hollywood-style drones to study previously unreachable areas of the Amazon rainforest [Video]Harvard researchers are using Hollywood-style drones to study previously unreachable areas of the Amazon rainforest

The same drones used to film Hollywood movies have been repurposed for Harvard researchers to study the Amazon. The unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), formerly used for filming blockbusters like Skyfall and The Wolf of Wall Street, have been specially..

SWNS STUDIO -   00:19

Listen to the loudest bird call ever recorded [Video]Listen to the loudest bird call ever recorded

Scientists say the male white bellbird has the loudest call of any bird species recorded so far; recording levels louder than a pneumatic drill.

Reuters - Viral Video -   00:26

Pope urges conservatives to be open to changes in Church [Video]Pope urges conservatives to be open to changes in Church

Pope Francis appealed to conservatives on Sunday not to be bound by the status quo as he opened an assembly of bishops to discuss the future of the Roman Catholic Church in the Amazon, including the possibility of introducing married priests. Jillian..

Reuters Studio -   01:57

The World in Pictures [Video]The World in Pictures

Some of the best images of the day taken by Reuters photographers across the globe and selected by our editors.

Reuters Studio -   00:59

Bolsonaro-backed highway targets heart of Amazon [Video]Bolsonaro-backed highway targets heart of Amazon

Brazil’s right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro has vowed to repave an old military highway through the heart of the Amazon. Some scientists say the project could determine the future of the world's largest tropical rainforest. Yahaira Jacquez has..

Reuters Studio -   02:29

Amazon Fires: Bolivia experiences worst wildfires in living memory [Video]Amazon Fires: Bolivia experiences worst wildfires in living memory

Wildfires are still raging in the Amazon rainforest. 12 million hectares have burnt so far, three times more than last year. In Bolivia, over 5,000 people are fighting the blaze, but it is still out of control. Euronews Aid Zone reporter Monica Pinna..

euronews (in English) -   02:41

The splendour of the Amazon rainforest and why we must protect it [Video]The splendour of the Amazon rainforest and why we must protect it

The Amazon rainforest is often called the lungs of our planet. It absorbs and processes carbon dioxide and it produces a large portion of the oxygen that keeps animals and humans alive all over the earth. The Amazon produces so much humidity and..

Rumble Studio -   02:04

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