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Hey Rosetta, "New Sum (Nous Somme)"

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A beautifully animated video for the Canadian chamber-rockers

Harkening the Richard Linklater film Waking Life, this new(ish) rotoscoping video for "New Sum (Nous Sommes)" by Hey Rosetta! is a nice little bit of live action animation. Directed by Jesse Davidge and produced at Blatant Studios in Vancouver, the clip features performance footage mainly filmed at the band's sold out show at the Commodore Ballroom late last year. Interwoven in the narrative is a......read more

Original Series: Lighten Up

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Great bands showing us how they tour green.

SHFT's first original web series, LIGHTEN UP, covers bands as they reduce their carbon footprint while on tour. We follow bands including Adrian Grenier's band The Honey Brothers, Dave Matthews Band, Edward Sharpe, Moby, and Brandi Carlile to name a few, reducing their load while on the road. Produced in partnership with Stonyfield Farm....read more

Roy Kafri "Mayokero" Video

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Iconic record covers come alive in this awesome animation by Vania Heymann

We've seen classic record covers used in creative new ways, but filmmaker Vania Heymann takes the cake with this delightful video for "Mayokero," an acapella number from Israeli artist Roy Kafri. The clip features a string of iconic album covers from acts such as ABBA, Prince, Madonna and David Bowie, who sing along to the song's nonsensical lyrics. Simple concept, superbly executed. Also check......read more

Let's Take A Page From The Netherlands

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The Citizens Sued The Govt To Cut Emissions And They Won

Dutch climate activists just won a landmark case that will require their country to cut emissions faster—and similar lawsuits are now before other nations. By Ben Schiller If governments won't respond to the threat of climate change on their own, perhaps the legal system will force them into it. That's the possibility raised by a first-of-its-kind verdict in a court case in the......read more

London Grammar "Hey Now"

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In which a floating blonde wig sets off a stop-motion laser show in a forest

Genre-defying trio London Grammar has shared a weirdly romantic video for "Hey Now," in which a spectral wig floats through a forest in search of a mate, and sets off a stop-motion laser show in the process. The clip, created by Chris Ullens, makes a mesmerizing pair with the sweeping, emotional sounds of the track. Watch as dazzling shapes, vectors, and patterns light up the trees, before......read more

Red Drops of Life

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A story of the senses told through grape-growers and the wine they produce

In "Red Drops of Life," filmmaker Caspar Diederik takes a trip to southern Italy to uncover Aglianico, a unique grape cultivated on the volcanic soils of the Basilicata region. Part of the StoryTravelers series of tourism videos, Diederik's clip focuses on the stories behind the wine and the region it comes from:  With “Red drops of life” I wanted to visualize the story behind......read more

The Moop

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Give backyard chickens the well-designed home they deserve $600.00

Since backyard chickens have the good grace to provide fresh, sustainable eggs for your table, they deserve a well-designed home like the Moop, "the modern coop for design-minded chickens." Designed by green-focused architecture firm Nottoscale, the Moop includes four cantilevered nesting boxes, hinged side-panel walls for easy access, a redwood screen for ventilation, a removable......read more

Will the New EPA Regs Impact Climate Change?

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Not really, given that they only apply to new power plants. Climate Central's Bobby Magill explains

Climate Central's Bobby Magill at The Huffington Post: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rolled out restrictive new greenhouse gas emissions standards for new power plants at the end of September, but they are unlikely to have much of an impact on the nation’s overall climate change-fueling carbon emissions. Part of the Obama administration’s Climate Action Plan, the EPA's......read more

Do Patchwork Emissions Cuts Work?

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They can, if countries agree on rules and build trust, says Elliot Diringer

Governments have set a 2015 deadline for a new global climate agreement. But after the debacle in Copenhagen four years ago, when COP15 failed to produce the binding climate change treaty that many of us expected, you would be forgiven for lacking optimism about it. There are, however, reasons for hope, as Elliot Diringer points out in Nature this week. While there has been no formal agreement......read more

Diners Say They'll Pay More for Sustainable Food

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Survey indicates that restaurants are 'drastically underestimating' the importance consumers attach to sustainability

If you serve it, they will come. That's the conclusion drawn from a recent survey asking restaurant-goers if they would be willing to pay a premium for their meal if they knew the restaurant sourced sustainable food and recycled its food waste. The poll of 1,000 people by the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) found more than half would be prepared to pay more for their meal if they knew......read more

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