Things to Click This Week

Trailer for Disneynature’s Monkey Kingdom

Every year, Disneynature comes out with their newest film on Earth Day. Even though their 2014 film, Bears, hasn’t even premiered yet, we’re lucky enough to get a sneak peek of their film coming out in 2015, Monkey Kingdom. It even features a song from Lorde which ties in perfectly with the Monkeys’ world – this trailer is a must watch!

Giving Names to Cute Baby Animals Can Save a Species: Jane Goodall Explains

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Speaking of Disneynature’s film Bears (which uses cute names), Jane Goodall shares some insight into why she believes these names can have a positive effect on what people take away from the movie.

Read the article here  |  Watch the trailer for Bears

Want to win a FREE pass to our 2014 Symposium?

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Like and share this sizzle reel from our Facebook page and you will be entered to win a FREE pass! Our Science Media Awards competition is accepting entries in 21 categories until June 1!

Watch & Share the trailer  |  Enter your Science Media

Landslide imminent in Jackson Hole

BudgeLandslide2Significant movement of the East Gros Ventre Butte landslide Thursday caused crews to stop working on an emergency buttress that is supposed to stop the slow-moving slide.

A nearly constant stream of rock and gravel sloughed off the cliff above Walgreens throughout the day, much of it sliding down the slope and over a barrier into the pharmacy’s parking lot.

Watch the Town of Jackson’s LIVE Stream of the Budge Slide  |  Pictures taken of the Budge Slide area with a drone

How Wolves Change Rivers

Ok ok… we did already post this to our Facebook this week. BUT, it’s just too good to not share again. If you spend 4 minutes doing anything today, it should be watching this video!

Your guide to buying Environmentally Friendly Easter Candy!

Chocolate easter eggs (and palm oil) on sale in a UK supermarketPalm oil, an ingredient found in almost 40 – 50% of household products, is also snuck into a lot of the processed food we find on our grocery shelves. The industry is linked to major issues such as deforestation, habitat degradation, climate change, animal cruelty and indigenous rights abuses in the countries where it is produced, as the land and forests must be cleared for the development of the oil palm plantations.

Be mindful this Easter, and in your daily life, of the products you are buying and what ingredients are actually in them!

Read up on the best Easter Candy to buy  |  Learn more about saying NO to palm oil

 

 

 

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