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California And Its Natural Resources
California And Its Natural Resources A look at the vast resources in California To help with the A/V Geeks mission to share these forgotten films unearthed in their archive, this film and hundreds of others can be purchased on DVD (http://www.avgeeks.com/wp2/all-av-geeks-dvds/). Higher quality versions of this film can also be licensed for stock footage. Contact [email protected] for more information.
Views: 2966 A/V Geeks
Science Video for Kids: Natural Resources of the Earth
Natural resources are found all over Earth like sunlight, air, water, rocks, soil, plants and animals. There are two types of natural resources - renewable and nonrenewable resources. Let's learn more about natural resources by playing this video. #ChildEducation #ScienceVideos #Kids #Science #Education Looking for more educational content? After watching the video, put your kids' knowledge to the test with our Natural Resources quiz: http://ow.ly/10hqkD
Views: 440536 Turtlediary
IT Transformation at the California Natural Resources
The California Natural Resources Agency (CNRA) meets the rapidly growing needs of 33 different organizations with secure, reliable and high performing infrastructure and applications, increasing technology delivery capabilities by 300% while reducing costs by 30%.
Views: 1001 VMware
New Natural Resources Headquarters Building Project 2021
Digital fly through the proposed Natural Resources Headquarters Building Project set to be completed in 2021 by Turner + AC Martin. The same
Views: 986 Joe Armas
CIPA: Oil means jobs for California
Video produced by The Marcom Group for California Independent Petroleum Association and E&B Natural Resources. The California Independent Petroleum Association (CIPA) is a non-profit, non-partisan trade association representing approximately 500 independent crude oil and natural gas producers, royalty owners, and service and supply companies operating in California. Our members represent approximately 70% of California's total oil production and 90% of California's natural gas production. Since 1976, when the Independent Oil & Gas Producers' Association merged with the California Independent Producers & Royalty Owners Association to form CIPA, the association has kept the political, regulatory and public policy interests of independent oil and gas producers at the forefront of its agenda. CIPA represents the diverse interests of its membership before the California State Legislature, the United States Congress and numerous federal, state and local regulatory agencies. The association is an advocate of free market principles, eliminating duplicative regulation, stimulating recovery of domestic resources and improving the industry's public image.
Children's: Earth's Resources - Air, Water, Land. How to Save the Earth's Resources
Children's: Earth's Resources - Air, Water, Land. How to Save the Earth's Resources, global resources, resources for kids. Kids Educ SUBSCRIBE TO US http://goo.gl/3zf4Z3 To see the more kids movies go to http://www.youtube.com/user/KidsEduc
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.
Views: 205937 CBSE
California Agriculture - July-September 2016
Editor Jim Downing highlights stories in the July-September issue of California Agriculture, the peer-reviewed research journal of UC Agriculture and Natural Resources. Topics include the future of the California strawberry industry after methyl bromide; soil health as a pest management strategy; anaerobic soil disinfestation, a promising organic alternative to fumigation; food safety and conservation; why methyl iodide failed; and soil nutrient testing in annual crops. Produced by UC Agriculture and Natural Resources Videographer/Editor - Ray Lucas
Views: 4774 UCANR
Recharging Aquifers - Replenishing our Groundwater Resources | California Academy of Sciences
Flipside Science is a youth-powered series that tackles complex environmental topics and empowers viewers to make a difference. https://www.calacademy.org/educators/flipside-science - - - The California Academy of Sciences is the only place in the world with an aquarium, planetarium, natural history museum, and four-story rainforest all under one roof. Visit us online to learn more and to get tickets: http://www.calacademy.org. Connect with us! • Like us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/CASonFB • Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/CASonTwitter • Add us on Google+: http://bit.ly/CASonGoogle
Natural Resources at American River College
An increasing number of sectors of the labor market in California, the U.S., and beyond, require knowledge and skills emphasizing conservation and management of plant and animal populations and their habitats, sustainable resource use, and an enhanced understanding of the environment. Learn more at http://www.arc.losrios.edu/ARC_Majors/Science_And_Engineering/Natural_Resources.htm.
Future growth and land use change: what it means for California's natural resources
This presentation is a part of the UC Cooperative Extension webinar on "Planner's Guidelines for Oak Woodlands" in the spring of 2012. This presentation discusses population growth and its role in land use planning for oak conservation. Dr. Adina Merenlender of UC Cooperative Extension makes this presentation.
Views: 297 UCExtensionForestry
NRCS California - Celebrating 2016
NRCS California's celebration of conservation work across the state in 2016.
Views: 194 NRCSCalifornia
Navigating Leadership: California Natural Resources Agency Back Story
Join Secretary John Laird as we explore the California Natural Resources Agency Back Story. Back Stories are a key feature of the APSEA-USC Navigating Leadership Program as they connect "What we Do" to "Who We Are". From this perspective, we look at the Mission and Vision of the agency in the context of why the California Natural Resources Agency Secretary has chosen his career path in serving the constituents of the State of California.
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Hybrid Cloud Management Unifies California Natural Resources Agency
At CNRA, vCloud Air helps deliver IT service more efficiently, while vRealize Suite automates the delivery of services, providing proactive monitoring while allowing IT to better view costs and share that back to the agency.
Views: 2458 VMware
Agricultural education prepares students for successful careers and a lifetime of informed choices in the global agriculture, food, fiber, and natural resources systems. Agriculture educators are in HIGH DEMAND as California agriculture program enrollment continues to rise. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to teach ag? Learn more at www.teachag.org.
Ask a Natural Resource Manager: How is Nestlé Waters Caring for Water in California?
Larry Lawrence, Natural Resource Manager for Nestlé Waters North America, answers commonly asked questions regarding our operations in California. Learn more about how our we protect Arrowhead Springs and how the spring water gets used. Learn more about our commitment to California: https://www.nestle-watersna.com/en/communities/your-community/california Connect with Nestlé Waters North America on social: Twitter: https://twitter.com/NestleWatersNA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nestlewatersna/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/nestle-waters/
Glenda Humiston, University of California Vice President for Agriculture and Natural Resources
Glenda Humiston, University of California vice president for agriculture and natural resources, discusses challenges and opportunities for technology in agriculture and the food system. Learn more at ucanr.edu.
Views: 298 ForbesLive Video
Cal U Natural Resource Management and Policy
Now Cal U students can earn a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies: Natural Resource Management and Policy with a Geology Minor. http://www.calu.edu/academics/programs/environmental-studies/curriculum/natural-resource-management/index.htm New in fall 2014, this balanced program addresses the needs of the resource extraction industry in southwestern Pennsylvania’s Marcellus shale region and beyond. Natural Resource Management and Policy is an interdisciplinary program that examines law and policy issues specific to the energy sector while drawing on the disciplines of geology, chemistry, biology and environmental studies. In addition to classroom studies, the program offers opportunities for fieldwork, internships and other hands-on educational activities. Students also may earn professional certifications with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA).
BDCP presentation by California Natural Resources Secretary John Laird
Secretary Laird addresses the Association of Water Agencies of Ventura County at the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley on September 26, 2013.
Views: 147 CalleguasMWD
Judge Agrees To Let Corporate Locusts Ravage California’s Public Lands
A district judge in California has overturned a state law that protected public lands in California from being sold off the highest bidder by the Trump administration. The decision by this judge will now open up the once-protected public lands to oil drilling, mining, and even water extraction as corporate locusts move into the state to deplete California of its natural resources. Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this.   Link – https://thinkprogress.org/california-trump-federal-lands-public-transfers-a1da8ac89de7/ Support us by becoming a monthly patron on Patreon, and help keep progressive media alive!: https://www.patreon.com/TheRingofFire Spread the word! LIKE and SHARE this video or leave a comment to help direct attention to the stories that matter. And SUBSCRIBE to stay connected with Ring of Fire's video content! Support Ring of Fire by subscribing to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/theringoffire Be sociable! Follow us on: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RingofFireRadio Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/RingofFireRadio Google+: http://plus.google.com/118415831573195648557 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ringoffirenetwork/ Follow more of our stories at http://www.TROFIRE.com Subscribe to our podcast: http://www.ROFPodcast.com Last week, a US district judge decided that California just had too much public land that was protected by the state, and he struck down a law that California actually passed last year that protected their public lands from having Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke sell them off to private corporations. Here's what's happening. At the federal level, at the Interior Department, run by Ryan Zinke, who is likely under criminal investigation at this point, they put this new rule in place that would allow this administration to sell off public lands, national monuments, state parks, thing like that, lease out, rent out part of them, or even outright sell them to oil drillers, to water extractors, companies like Nestlé, to coal companies, so that they could come into this pristine and protected natural land, public lands, and take all the resources, like some kind of corporate locusts. California saw this, knew this was coming, so last year they passed a law preventing the federal government from being able to come into California and scoop up their public lands and hand them over to Exxons, and coal companies, and Nestlés, and a US district judge said, "You know what? That's unconstitutional. If the federal government wants to come in here and take your resources, wants to swoop in, send in all these workers from the coal companies, from the oil companies, from the water companies, they can do it." You're going to have to let them come in and sell off, what is I believe 43 million acres of protected lands right now in California. That could all be up for grabs for these corporate locusts because of this single ruling by this district judge. You know, here's the question. Whatever happened to state's rights? I thought Republicans were the ones who thought that states should be able to decide what happens within their borders, not the federal government coming in and taking everything, and telling them what they can and cannot do. Oh, but if it's a state like California, you know those liberal Hollywood coastal elites, then yeah, to hell with them. We're going to overturn this. We're going to let the corporations come in and take whatever the hell they want to do, even though large portions of California's economy is dependent upon the tourism that those national parks bring in. It's not just California. National parks, national monuments, bring in millions upon millions of dollars in tourisms to local economies and to the federal government every year, but that's not good enough for this administration. What they want to do is let the oil companies, the coal companies, water companies, whoever it is, the loggers coming in, take what you can. Give nothing back. They are corporate locusts, and thanks to this judge's ruling last week, he just opened up California like an all-you-can-eat buffet for these greedy, disgusting, corporate insects.
Views: 7727 The Ring of Fire
Senate Natural Resource and Water Oversight Meeting, March 8, 2016
Stanford researcher Newsha Ajami testifies at the (CA) Senate Natural Resource and Water oversight hearing on "Assessing California's Chronically Under Funded Water Needs: Options for Moving Forward."
Cal Day - College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley
UC Berkeley, Cal Day, College of Natural Resources
Views: 448 PMB FrontDesk
Forestry and Natural Resources at Cal Poly
Cal Poly NRM, Forestry and Natural Resources Management Major. B.S. Degree promotional video.
Views: 8686 CalPolyNRM
Promo with John Laird, California Secretary for Natural Resources
See the full article here: http://www.csda.net/districts-in-the-news/state-local-partnership-critical-natural-resources/ California Special District (Nov-Dec 2014) asked Secretary Laird to outline his experience in local government, explain the priorities of the Natural Resources Agency and describe how he views local governments’ roles in protecting and managing California’s resources.
Views: 64 CSDA
California Secretary for Natural Resources John Laird Interview at 2017 Winter Meeting
California Secretary for Natural Resources John Laird spoke with iHeartRadio at the Western Governors’ Association 2017 Winter Meeting at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix. In addition to discussing the top issues facing California, Secretary Laird also talks about the collaborative policy work of the Western Governors’ Association.
ASMR Natural Resources California
My first video sharing the places and sounds I love.
California Natural Resource Agency (CNRA) and VMware vCloud Air
As the world’s eighth largest economy with the largest parks system and the largest water delivery system in the United States, California is more like a small country than a state. Managing California’s precious resources—from its coastlines to its parks, fish, wildlife, energy sources, and water— is the responsibility of the 30 organizations of the California Natural Resources Agency (CNRA). They depend on real-time data and system access to make decisions and respond quickly to disasters like flood, fire, drought, and earthquakes. CNRA is currently using VCloud Air VPC and vCloud Air Disaster Recovery as a service for their critical applications, and also for their department tenants within their data center. They are putting out their critical tier one through three applications in the vCloud Air Disaster Recovery as a service area for protection, and front-ending that with the vCloud Air offering to run their core applications.
Views: 356 VMware
College of Natural Resources Awards  |  University of California, Berkeley
College of Natural Resources Awards for Outstanding Contributions
Views: 160 PMB FrontDesk
California Association of Resource Conservation Districts
In California, Resource Conservation Districts are "special districts" organized under the state Public Resources Code, Division 9. Each district has a locally elected or appointed volunteer board of directors made up of landowners in that district. RCDs address a wide variety of conservation issues such as forest fuel management, water and air quality, wildlife habitat restoration, soil erosion control, conservation education, and much more. California now has 103 Resource Conservation Districts, most of which are funded largely through grants. A few receive limited funds through county property tax revenues. The Department of Conservation and the Natural Resources Conservation Service provide training and in-kind support, as well as a watershed grant program for districts. Today, RCDs work in urban areas as well as with farmers and ranchers on agricultural-related concerns. California's size and geographical diversity-along with an ever-growing population-make natural resources stewardship a great challenge in the Golden State.
Views: 1669 4Curreys
California Windmills of natural resources energy
California windmills of energy. Alternate energy hope. http://myworld.ebay.com/thedealstore2012
Views: 177 eebeelive
California: Vote Yes on 68
On June 5th or by mail, help ensure clean, safe drinking water and protect natural resources by voting Yes on 68! Find out more: https://yes68ca.com/learn-more/ Gaviota Coast Conservancy Endorses Yes on 68 for Clean Water and Safe Parks California must lead the way. Our state is feeling the effects of climate change—from severe droughts to devastating wildfires — yet our federal government is refusing to act. We are proud to support Yes on 68 as it takes a smart and efficient approach to protecting California’s natural resources. Proposition 68 will invest $4 billion in securing our state’s water supplies and ensuring every Californian has access to clean drinking water and safe, quality parks. Notable supporters include Governor Jerry Brown, The Nature Conservancy, The Trust for Public Land, the Association of California Water Agencies, The California Chamber of Commerce, League of California Cities, American Lung Association in California and other advocates for California’s public health. Now, more than ever, we must protect our water and parks. If we won’t, who will? Learn more at Yes68CA.com and follow Yes on 68 California on Facebook and Twitter.
Dean J. Keith Gilless College of Natural Resources UC Berkeley, California, USA
Vídeo de apoyo del Prof. Gilless a la candidatura de Fernando García Robredo.
California Water 2015 - Felicia Marcus, Chair, California Water Resources Control Board
Felicia Marcus will describe California water's setting – its basic hydrology and infrastructure – then discuss the drought's impacts and the state's current actions to address them. She will also describe how California water management is changing to cope with the impacts of population growth, climate change and increasing conflicts between uses. Felicia was appointed by Governor Jerry Brown to the State Water Resources Control Board for the State of California in 2012, and designated by the Governor as Chair in April of 2013. She previously served as the Regional Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region IX during the Clinton Administration. Prior to that, Felicia headed Los Angeles' Department of Public Works at a time when the City went from garnering lawsuits to garnering national awards for environmental excellence. In the non-profit world, she was the Western Director for the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), Executive VP/COO of the Trust for Public Land (TPL), and was a private and non-profit sector attorney in Los Angeles. She is also currently an Obama Administration appointee to the Commission on Environmental Cooperation-Joint Public Advisory Council (US, Mexico, Canada) and was a Schwarzenegger Administration appointee to the Delta Stewardship Council prior to being appointed to the Water Board.
Natural Resources Agency Secretary Laird PSRW 2017
California’s Natural Resources Agency Secretary John Laird oversees a large number of state employees. He shares the importance of celebrating the heroic acts of state employees, the need to build a culture that celebrates employee recognition through training and mentorship, and to not let the size of your organization prevent a robust employee recognition program.
Interview with John Laird, California Secretary for Natural Resources
See the full article here: http://www.csda.net/?p=8620 California Special District (Nov-Dec 2014) asked Secretary Laird to outline his experience in local government, explain the priorities of the Natural Resources Agency and describe how he views local governments’ roles in protecting and managing California’s resources.
Views: 290 CSDA
California Prop 84: Bonds for Water & Natural Resources
Would allow the state to sell $5.4 billion in bonds to ensure safe drinking water and current water supply, restore waterways and flood control.
Views: 669 OpenMediaVoter
Focus with Farr:  John Laird, California Secretary of Natural Resources
Congressman Sam Farr sits down with John Laird, California Secretary for Natural Resources, to discuss his environmental issues and his distinguished career serving the Central Coast and the entire state of California.
Views: 79 Rep. Sam Farr
Methane Hydrates: Natural Hazard or Natural Resource? - Perspectives on Ocean Science
Explore naturally occurring frozen methane deposits under the sea with renowned geochemist Miriam Kastner and discover whether or not they are a hazard to climate change. Series: "Perspectives on Ocean Science" [8/2008] [Science] [Show ID: 14350]
CNR Student Perspectives
Hear from current students the benefits of studying in the College of Natural Resources at UC Berkeley.
California Farm Demonstration Network is formed on May 5, 2017
The University of California's Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, the UC Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, the California Association of Resource Conservation Districts, the California Department of Food and Agriculture, the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, and the California Farm Bureau Federation signed a memorandum of understanding creating the California Farm Demonstration Network. "Now the work really begins," said UC Cooperative Extension specialist Jeff Mitchell. Learn more here: http://ucanr.edu/cfdn
Views: 325 UCANR
The Glassy-Winged Sharpshooter
California's multi-billion dollar agriculture industry is threatened by a new insect pest. The glassy-winged sharpshooter feeds on a wide variety of ornamental and crop plants, but it is of particular concern to the grape industry. The insect spreads Xylella fastidiosa, the bacterium that spreads Pierce's disease. Pierce's disease kills grapevines and there are no effective treatments for it. UC researchers describe what is at stake and the steps that are being taken to combat the problem. Series: "University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources" [11/2002] [Science] [Agriculture] [Show ID: 6899]
California Department of Fish and Wildlife K-9 Unit 2014
Meet four wildlife officers and their K-9 partners and learn how they work to protect California's wildlife and natural resources.
Views: 3265 CalGWF

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