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How Sand Mining Impacts Ecosystem
Sand is in high demand in the construction sector. By 2020, 1.4 billion tonnes of sand will be required in India. Illegal and unscientific sand mining, however, adversely impact biodiversity and groundwater recharge besides increasing risks of flooding. This video gives details of the sand mining sector.
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US farmers say sand mining destroying environment
US farmers say sand mining destroying environment Farmers in the US say the booming sand-mining industry is threatening their future. The sand is vital to help extract oil and gas from deep underground. However, environmental activists say the mining is having disastrous effects on the environment and livelihoods. Al Jazeera’s John Hendren reports from Ottawa, Illinois. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Impact of sand mining | Sumaira Abdulali | TEDxXIE
Sand mining is a threat to the environment. In this talk, Sumaira Abdulali, a bold and determined environmentalist, addresses it's ill effects and the changes one can bring about to reduce the impact of illegal sand mining on nature. She is the founder of the NGO Awaaz Foundation and the Convener of the Movement against Intimidation, Threat and Revenge against Activists (MITRA). She is from a family of environmentalists, and is pioneer to many movements against noise pollution and illegal sand mining in India. Her bold ideas, determination and her compassion for the environment is what that inspires her to achieve her goals. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Impacts of River Sand Mining
This video is about Impacts of River Sand Mining
Views: 628 Conner Knight
7 PM | Frac Sand Mining in Wisconsin
The hills of western Wisconsin supply 75 percent of the country’s frac sand market. Join the Wisconsin Chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology for a conversation on how frac sand mining impacts our ecological and agricultural landscapes here in Wisconsin.
Views: 181 WisconsinEye
Sand Mining Ecosystems
Find out how frac sand mining can be done with ecosystem restoration in mind.
Views: 41 IntoTheOutdoorsTV
Why Sand Mining is a Global Environmental Crisis
Love the beach? Then get to them before sand mining destroys them all. Watch more stories like this at: https://insh.world Check out more from INSH: Top 10 Women's Jobs That No Longer Exist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5TJJoIzSWg This Norwegian Town Needs Giant Mirrors to See the Sun https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jep1oPm1fMk About INSH: We tell the world’s greatest underknown stories and facts about history, geography and world culture. Our stories are true, but either unknown or underknown. We aim to bring the marvel of these narratives, images or facts to your consciousness and hope that these inspiring tales make us look to the skies rather than to the ground. INSH is an educational video company producing snackable, short-form videos. Visit our official site at: https://insh.world Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/INSH Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/INSH/ or follow on Instagram: instagram.com/interestingsh
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In-discriminated Sand Mining part1.MP4
How much cruelty man does to his ecosystem... we need to curb this and every individual has the responsibility....
Views: 274 EcoWarrior55
PSA - The Harmful Effects of Sand Mining in California
Sand mining has many negative effects on the environment and economy of California that need to be alleviated.
Views: 137 Sean Koehler
Measuring the Impact of Fracking on Ecosystems Services
Dr. Matthew Moran and Dr. Maureen McClung of Hendrix College share the findings and recommendations from their June 2017 paper in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment on the impacts of fracking on landscapes and ecosystem services in the U.S.
Views: 264 Hendrix College
Environmental issue Dune Mining
Deforestation has a negative effect on South Africans Coastal area due to Dune Mining for Ilmenite or Titanium.
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Sand mining and drying
Sand Processing
The world's sand is running out.
The world's sand is running out. You have read innumerable news that the world is running out of oil and water resources. However, there is little known fact that the world's sand, which seems to be an almost unlimited source, is actually rapidly consuming. And that's not all. When people see beaches and immense deserts, they may think that sand is an unlimited resource for a reasonable reason, but according to a recent publication in the Science magazine, overuse of global sand resources is damaging to the environment, causing scarcity and encouraging conflicts by throwing communities in danger. Rapidly growing demand and unbridled sand mining are bringing together scarcity as it is in other natural sources. As the strong evidence shows, the sand of many regions began to decrease gradually. For example, Vietnam's domestic demand exceeds the country's total reserves. If this imbalance persists, Vietnam's construction sand will be exhausted by 2020, according to the country's infrastructure ministry. This problem rarely took place in scientific debates and was not systematically studied. However, the interest of the media has begun to attract attention. While scientists have made an important effort to calculate how much infrastructure work such as roads and construction damages their living spaces and their environment, the impact created by the removal of construction resources such as stone and gravel, which are used in building construction, has been missed. Two years ago a working group on global sand use was established. The aim of this group is to be able to create policies that can be applied on a large number of affected points in the bases of sand extraction and use. The system integration approach provides the best understanding of the socioeconomic and environmental interaction of these questions beyond time and distance. According to what has been learned so far, it is now time to formulate regulations on inter-continental sand mining, use and trade. If it does not seem critical to you, let us also give you the following information: You probably did not know it, but it is now the world's most abundant material (by weight), exceeding sand and pebbles, fossil fuels and biomass. You should not be surprised at this; because it is a critical component of sand, cement, glass, and electrons. In enormous quantities, sand is removed for land reclamation, rock gassing and coastal renewal programs. Recent sellers in Houston, India, Nepal and Bangladesh will cause global sand demand to increase slightly. In 2010, the countries only released 11 billion tons of sand for construction. The Asia-Pacific region has the highest sand extraction rates, followed by Europe and North America. In the US alone in 2016, only 8.9 billion dollars worth of sand and gravel were used for construction and production, accounting for a 24% increase over the last 5 years. Moreover, it turned out that these figures do not really reflect the amount of global sand extraction and use. According to some sources, records of actual sand extraction rates in many countries may be hidden. Official statistics typically report incomplete sand removal data for non-construction purposes. Sand is traditionally a local resource. However, due to regional scarcities and bans, some countries are turning into global commodities. For this reason, the value of kumun international trade has increased almost six times in the last 25 years. The profit from sand mining is encouraging this ration. As a response to the violence arising from the sand battle, the Hong Kong government created a regional monopoly on sand mining and sales in the early 1900s and continued until 1981. Today, illegal groups in India, Italy and other countries are managing sand and land trade. Singapore's imports of large quantities of sand have fallen into disagreement with Indonesia, Malaysia and Cambodia. So, as you can see, sand is an important source of rent and a problem not to be overlooked. This extreme sand exploitation causes the sand resources in the sand extraction areas to gradually decrease. Due to dense sand extraction, rivers and coastal ecosystems are physically altered, causing erosion. It also shows that the operation of sand mining affects many species of animals, including fish, dolphins, crustaceans and crocodiles. This is not the only affected animals. Sand mining also seriously affects areas where people have livelihoods. Due to increased erosion, coastal areas in beaches and wetlands become more vulnerable to seller and wave. This directly affects the people living in those regions. Thanks to the United Nations Environment Program, the media interest in the issue is growing, but the scale of the problem is still not widely understood. Kumun is a common, easy-to-find resource, making it difficult to make adjustments to it. As a result, very little is known about the global consequences of sand production and consumption.
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Hey Bill Nye, "Are You For or Against Fracking?"
Fracking isn't a bad idea in theory, says Bill Nye, but it can't be allowed to go unregulated. The Science Guy runs through a personal anecdote about fracking before noting that new technological advances have opened the door to irresponsible practices with severe environmental and public health consequences. While it would be great to replace things like fracking with renewable energy, we're, at the moment, hampered in several ways, the most notable being battery limitations. That said, it doesn't mean our potential green energy future isn't one to get excited about. Read more at BigThink.com: http://bigthink.com/videos/views-on-fracking-and-green-energy Follow Big Think here: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/bigthink Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink Transcript: Hi Bill. My name is Susan, aka primordial soup, and I have a question about fracking. Are you for it or against it and why? And on the subject of energies what’s the holdup with the green energies? Is it that there’s not enough investment money, not enough profits, not enough public interest, other, all of the above? Thank you for answering my question. Bill Nye: Are you primal or primordial? If it’s a primordial soup I love you. So let’s talk about fracking. I left Boeing because they wanted me to work on the 767 airplane, which wasn’t going to fly for 15 years. And when you’re a young guy that just seems like a really long time. So I took a job as an engineer in a shipyard at the place where they skim oil slicks. They made, at that time, the best or the most popular oil slick skimming boat. And then that led to a job for me in the oil field. I worked in the oil patch for a while where they frack. Now my uncle, my beloved mother’s younger brother really was this guy. He was a geologist, graduated from Johns Hopkins and he got a job with — then he was in the Army during the Korean War as an engineer. And then he worked for DuPont Dynamite going all over the world blowing stuff up. He loved to blow stuff up. It was big fun for him. He was — you’re not supposed to say your favorite but he was my beloved uncle. Anyway I have his books on this business and I have — he’s not living anymore. And I have a torpedo — and a torpedo is something that they used to use in the oil field and in mining. It’s a tube. In English units, it’s two and a half inches in diameter and four and a half feet long. And it has a crude funnel soldered on the top or brazed on the top. And according to him — now look I wasn’t there and the guy was a storyteller. He’s a raconteur. They would usually stuff the torpedo with dynamite, but sometimes they would pour liquid nitroglycerine into this thing, this tube. I mean if it blew up that’s it. You wouldn’t even know it. You wouldn’t even know what happened. You’d just be powder or liquid powder, droplets. All right you’ve just got to keep it cold Bill. You just keep it cold, 54 degrees Fahrenheit. Just keep it cold. You’ll be able to — what? So anyway they would lower it into the oil well and then, apparently in his day, they would have wired electricity and they would set it off — boom — dynamite or nitroglycerine. But in the old, old days – I’ve seen his book — they had something like a shotgun shell and a rope and they would yank it — boom. So that would be fracturing or fracking right at the bottom of the well, straight down. That was the state of the art. But what’s happened now we can steer drill bits in just three meters, in just 10 feet from the floor to the ceiling in this room I’m sitting in. So now you can drill down like this and go sideways. And this has led to irresponsible fracturing or fracking. And this is where it’s not inherently a bad idea; it just can’t be unregulated. And apparently that’s been the problem where people — oil companies especially are not — or the foreman on the job, the tool push as he’s called, are able to get away with this irresponsible practice. And so the thing about it, you know, usually these gas-bearing shales, this rock real down deep is a layer formed from an ancient sea or what have you. So I like to describe it this way. I don’t’ know if you’ve ever been around an obnoxious kid at a sandwich shop. But he or she may take the straw — it’s usually a boy — take the straw and poke it into the sandwich and then suck sandwich out of the end of the straw. Now when you do that you’re going to get a little pastrami, but you’re going to get a lot of bread.
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The Double Disaster - Impacts of illicit River Sand Mining & Climate Change in Sri Lanka
The Double Disaster - Impacts of illicit River Sand Mining & Climate Change in Sri Lanka Illicit river sand mining in Sri Lanka causes salinity intrusion in rivers , affecting water security.If sea level rise occurs due to climate change , this process will be accelerated. We need to both curb illicit river sand mining AND seal the deal in Copenhagen!!!.
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How Does Eating Animal Products Affect Oxygen From The Oceans, Ocean Acidification
Lets take a look at how eating animal products can affect the oceanic ecosystem and other correlations stemming from the animal agriculture industry. Panel Participants: Hope Bohanec, Will Tuttle Ph. D., David Robinson Simon J.D. Connect with The Real Truth About Health http://www.therealtruthabouthealth.com/ https://www.facebook.com/The-Real-Truth-About-Health-467500836655781/ https://twitter.com/RTAHealth Passionate believers in whole food plant based diets, no chemicals, minimal pharmaceutical drugs, no GMO's. Fighting to stop climate change and extinction.
Illegal Sand Mining Sabotages Environment
Illegal sand mining along the Gomti river destroys farmland in Uttarakhand. About the video: Farmers from the Telihat village are losing their fertile fields because of illegal sand mining along the embankments of Gomti river. The large-scale extraction of sand leads to erosion of channel banks and uncontrolled flooding of the fields. Without the embankment, the fields of wheat, pulses and potatoes fall apart. Flood drains the minerals from the soil. As a result, the farmers production deminishes. The Community Correspondent says: Vipin Joshi, India Unheard Community Correspondent from Telihat village says: "Literally most of the embankment has been destroyed already and this leaves our farmland unprotected. Our community as well as the government needs to take action quickly to avoid any more destruction of our most valuable source of water and food." The Issue: Illegal sand mining has far reaching impacts on the sensitive ecological river environment. Apart from land erosion it is a cause of fast depleting groundwater levels. Due to this, the river become increasingly dry. The farmers, who are depending on the river for irrigation will not be able to continue farming activities in the area. The communities along the Gomti river, who use the water for their daily meals, washing and drinking will have to find other sources of water. Accessible and clean water is important for the health and well-being of the community and therefore needs to be guaranteed to everyone. Call to Action: The farmers demand immediate action against illegal sand mining. The government needs to stop the mining activities and work out an adequate plan to avoid any further damage to the river beds and surrouding farmlands. For an effective recovery of the river, fields and its people it is crucial to involve the miners in a participatory way along the project. Their rehabilitation will be the cornerstone to a successful project, creating a healthy and sustainable environment for the future. Related Links: Ministry of Finance: http://www.mof.gov.bd/en/ Ministry of Environment and Forest - Annual Report 2010-11: moef.nic.in/report/1011/AR-Eng%20Vol2.pdf Chronically Flood Affected Areas: planningcommission.nic.in/reports/publications/pub80_cfaa.pdf India Environmental Portal: http://www.indiaenvironmentportal.org.in/category/thesaurus/river-pollution?page=14 Impacts of sand mining: http://ponce.sdsu.edu/three_issues_sandminingfacts01.html Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/C3e8/
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What is SAND MINING? What does SAND MINING mean? SAND MINING meaning, definition & explanation
What is SAND MINING? What does SAND MINING mean? SAND MINING meaning - SAND MINING definition - SAND MINING explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Sand mining is a practice that is used to extract sand, mainly through an open pit. However, sand is also mined from beaches, inland dunes and dredged from ocean beds and river beds. It is often used in manufacturing as an abrasive, for example, and it is used to make concrete. It is also used in cold regions to put on the roads by municipal plow trucks to help icy and snowy driving conditions, usually mixed with salt or another mixture to lower the freezing temperature of the road surface (have the precipitations freeze at a lower temperature). Sand dredged from the mouths of rivers can also be used to replace eroded coastline. Another reason for sand mining is the extraction of minerals such as rutile, ilmenite and zircon, which contain the industrially useful elements titanium and zirconium. These minerals typically occur combined with ordinary sand, which is dug up, the valuable minerals being separated in water by virtue of their different densities, and the remaining ordinary sand re-deposited. Sand mining is a direct cause of erosion, and also impacts the local wildlife. For example, sea turtles depend on sandy beaches for their nesting, and sand mining has led to the near extinction of gharials (a species of crocodiles) in India. Disturbance of underwater and coastal sand causes turbidity in the water, which is harmful for such organisms as corals that need sunlight. It also destroys fisheries, causing problems for people who rely on fishing for their livelihoods. Removal of physical coastal barriers such as dunes leads to flooding of beachside communities, and the destruction of picturesque beaches causes tourism to dissipate. Sand mining is regulated by law in many places, but is still often done illegally.
Views: 1539 The Audiopedia
Residents question safety of sand mining project
Lakeside residents are questioning the safety of a sand mining project.
Views: 119 ABC 10 News
Natural Way of Sand Extraction
How its Made? Sand Extraction Technique
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How illegal sand mining affects health of village people? - Explained
How illegal sand mining affects health of village people? - Explained Connect with Puthiya Thalaimurai TV Online: SUBSCRIBE to get the latest Tamil news updates: http://bit.ly/1O4soYP Visit Puthiya Thalaimurai TV WEBSITE: http://puthiyathalaimurai.tv/ Like Puthiya Thalaimurai TV on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/PutiyaTalaimuraimagazine Follow Puthiya Thalaimurai TV TWITTER: https://twitter.com/PTTVOnlineNews About Puthiya Thalaimurai TV Puthiya Thalaimurai TV (Tamil: புதிய தலைமுறை டிவி) is a 24x7 live news channel in Tamil launched on August 24, 2011.Due to its independent editorial stance it became extremely popular in India and abroad within days of its launch and continues to remain so till date.The channel looks at issues through the eyes of the common man and serves as a platform that airs people's views.The editorial policy is built on strong ethics and fair reporting methods that does not favour or oppose any individual, ideology, group, government, organisation or sponsor.The channel’s primary aim is taking unbiased and accurate information to the socially conscious common man.   Besides giving live and current information the channel broadcasts news on sports,  business and international affairs. It also offers a wide array of week end programmes.   The channel is promoted by Chennai based New Gen Media Corporation. The company also publishes popular Tamil magazines- Puthiya Thalaimurai and Kalvi.   The news center is based in Chennai city, supported by a sprawling network of bureaus all over Tamil Nadu. It has a northern hub in the capital Delhi.The channel is proud of its well trained journalists and employs cutting edge technology for news gathering and processing.
Seams Fishy, Visual Strategies 2011
Griffith University, Visual Strategies students conquer the crazy cardboard weekend workshop to create 'Seams Fishy'. This larger than life fish comments on the environmental dangers of using coal seam gas mining as a new energy resource. The Australian Governments latest fight for environmental justice is against the Coal Seam Gas (CSG) Mining Industry. CSG mining is a toxic process whereby hydraulic fracturing (fraccing) occurs. Chemical brine and 260 other chemicals build the fraccing fluid which is injected deep underground posing pressure to the coal, releasing natural gas. These natural gases are in increasing demand as an energy resource for Queensland, Australia, however the production of these natural gases endanger our planet. It is argued that CSG Mining will reduce green house gases as coal mining currently produces 2.4 tonne of green house gases for every tonne mined. However high levels are still emitted through fraccing due to large petrol reliant, mining machinery and the subsequent transportation of the mined gas. Though the biggest concern is CSG mining's effects on the land and it's ecosystems. The toxic fraccing fluid that is pumped into the Earth contaminating ground water with deadly chemicals like Benzene and Cadium (which are linked to cancer, nervous and respiratory diseases and birth defects). These chemicals run through waterways causing great concern for all surrounding ecosystems. CSG mining is a danger to all life. Seams Fishy comments on the dangers of CSG mining and the work environmental planners, scientists and researchers will face now and profoundly in the coming future. The larger than life cardboard fish represents the waterways and its ecosystems that are will face death if CSG mining continues. The fish is wearing a gas mask to represent it's impending toxic life and death. The fish is covered in scales to show it's natural beauty. Each scale is different representing the 'individual fish'. It's delicacy of shape and pattern enforces the shame it would be to kill even one fish. CSG mining will murder whole schools and ecosystems of fish. The tail and fins are delicately made with layers of detail giving the viewer a sense that the fish needs to be handled carefully as it is easily broken. The gas mask covers the fish's whole face shocking viewers at the toxicity of the issues of CSG mining. The smooth curves of the waves represent the waterways. Clean waterways give communities life. Not only through drinking and farming water, but through activities, sports and promoting healthy lifestyles. Australian Federal Government Laws require the Government to protect ecosystems reliant on groundwater networks. CSG Mining in Queensland is currently at a halt by the demands of Australia's environmental minister Peter Garret. Further research into water quality, water consumption and other resource demands are currently underway. Seams Fishy is site specific to Griffith University's G31 Arts and Education building as Environmental Planning, Science and Research studies and courses are conducted. Seams Fishy will raise an awareness of the future dangers and pollution of Coal Seam Gas Mining. Artists: Ayla Head, Sobi Slignsby, Bernadette Wallace, Greg Nuafora, Rachel Spencer, Ruby Blumer, Matt Lawson, Matt Lawson, Dennis Rodriguez, Bec Grohn Semester 1 Wk 11, 2011
Views: 233 Bernadette Wallace
Impacts of Sandmining on the Wallum Sedge frog, North Stradbroke Island.
BIOL 1030 Communication in Science Documentary Students of the University of Queensland :) 2015
MACC: Probe into illegal sand mining not political
Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief Tan Sri Dzulkifli Ahmad said the investigations into the illegal sand mining in Selangor is not politically-motivated. Dzulkifli told reporters after witnessing the corruption free pledge taken by Malaysian Young Graduates Association on Saturday.
Views: 351 The Star Online
Illegal sand mining in process on river beds in Kerala
The rivers in Kerala are densely populated with sand miners. The indiscriminate removal of sand led to the creation of more stringent laws, but large amounts of sand are still smuggled. Thieves stealing sand from river beds and banks to feed construction boom has once again become rampant in the district, threatening the existence of rivers. The Kerala River Bank Protection and Regulation of Sand Mining Act, 2001, mandates sand audit every three years. However in the last 13 years since the Act came in to force, the Centre for Earth Science Studies (CESS) had conducted only two audits in the State - of Periyar in Ernakulam and Manimala flowing through Kottayam and Pathanamthitta districts. Sand audit is now due in Ernakulam district. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of 50, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Please subscribe to our channel wildfilmsindia on Youtube for a steady stream of videos from across India. Also, visit and enjoy your journey across India at www.clipahoy.com , India's first video-based social networking experience! Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and [email protected]
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Protesters dump 100 pounds of Frac sand at Winona city hall
Protesters bring their opposition of Frac sand mining right to the doorsteps of Winona City Hall.
Views: 144 WKBT TV
Science or Soundbite? Shale Gas, Hydraulic Fracturing, and Induced Earthquakes
http://gallery.usgs.gov/videos/533 Hydraulic fracturing is the process of injecting wells with water, sand, and chemicals at very high pressure. This process creates fractures in deeply buried rocks to allow for the extraction of oil and natural gas as well as geothermal energy. USGS scientists discuss the opportunities and impact associated with hydraulic fracturing. Doug Duncan, associate coordinator for the USGS Energy Resources Program, addresses the increasing role that unconventional oil and gas resources play in the nation's petroleum endowment. USGS hydrologist Dennis Risser discusses some of the major water availability and quality challenges associated with natural gas development, with a focus on the Marcellus Shale in Pennsylvania. Bill Leith, associate coordinator the USGS Hazards Program, concludes by discussing the potential connection between disposal of waste fluids from hydraulic fracturing and earthquakes.
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Illegal Sand mining in Manjeera river caused groundwater levels shrink
Illegal Sand mining in Manjeera river caused groundwater levels shrink http://www.facebook.com/etv2india http://www.youtube.com/etv2india http://etv2.etv.co.in
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Frac Sand Mine Closure
More than 60 people are out of work in the Tomah area.
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March 18, 2012, Documentation Survey, Black Sand Mining Processing Structure in Sta. Catalina
March 18, 2012 Onsite ABS CBN Media Documentation on the eroding Sta. Catalina coastal areas and the black sand hauling and processing structure being set up in Sitio Namnama, Tamorong, Sta. Catalina, Ilocos Sur by Taiwanese Nationals.
Views: 181 MaryAnawim
Fracking pollution; New genus of bacteria found living inside hydraulic fracturing wells
September 6, 2016 – COLUMBUS, Ohio–Researchers analyzing the genomes of microorganisms living in shale oil and gas wells have found evidence of sustainable ecosystems taking hold there–populated in part by a never-before-seen genus of bacteria they have dubbed “Frackibacter.” Deadly? The report doesn’t say. It’s a new bacteria. I am sure research is on going. I hope so. Read more here http://marygreeley.com/?page_id=35924
Views: 1645 Mary Greeley
Sand Mining Case | Officials to Take Action Against Tiruvur CI & SI
Sand Mining Case | Officials to Take Action Against Tiruvur CI & SI || ETV TS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ☛ Download ETV Android App: https://goo.gl/aub2D9 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For Latest Updates on ETV Channels !! ☛ Visit our Official Website: http://www.etv.co.in ☛ Subscribe to Latest News -https://goo.gl/9Waw1K ☛ Subscribe to our YouTube Channel - http://bit.ly/JGOsxY ☛ Like us : https://www.facebook.com/ETVAndhraPradesh ☛ Follow us : https://twitter.com/etvandhraprades ☛ Circle us : https://goo.gl/H5cc6E ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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EnCana Buries Hydraulic Fracturing Pit Sludge in Unlined Pit May 14, 2009
Twenty-three days after EnCana completed hydraulic fracturing operations on the F11E, the liner is removed, some of the sludge is pumped out and the remainder - perhaps 70 barrels or more - is dozed in. The pad overlies a spring that often surfaces here. It is fed by a shallow groundwater aquifer that supplies water to West Divide Creek and a family's private water well located maybe 200 yards away. An irrigation ditch is located approximately 30 feet from the East end of the pit. If one of the pumper trucks had overturned on the county road, spilling this stuff into the environment, a hazardous materials unit would have responded, sequestered the area, potentially evacuated citizens and employed measures to safeguard first responders, citizens and the environment. But because this is a hydraulic fracturing waste pit, out of sight of the public and on private land (owned, coincidently, by EnCana) it is simply covered up. This same site - if it were at a gas station or a paper mill or a chemical manufacturing plant - would likely be a violation and require extensive clean-up and proper disposal at a licensed facility... as it should. But, again, here, in rural Garfield County, it is simply buried. Industry would like us to believe that frac fluids are merely salt water, a little thickener, and food additives. But we know frac mixtures contain all kinds of hazardous substances, like biocides, benzene, hydrocarbons, solvents, descalers, surfactants, enzymes, acids, and patented synthetic chemicals. We also know the adverse health effects of some of these agents. We know a nurse in Durango, CO nearly died of catastrophic organ failure after unprotected exposure to fracturing chemicals (we don't know what happened to the field worker she cared for). We know her physician had to guess how to treat her as she lay dying. And we know that industry lawyers blocked her testimony at a rules reform hearing where citizens and advocacy groups were lobbying for chemical disclosure. We also know that the oil and gas industry has totally refuted her claims in literature distributed to lawmakers in Washington, DC intended to influence legislators against voting to repeal hydraulic fracturing from the Safe Drinking Water Act. Watching a bull dozer blade this toxic brew beneath twenty feet of uncontained soil is horrifying. Knowing that this industry is allowed to poison the land, the water and the people is even worse. Eventually this pit was completely covered. This site is less than a half mile from my home.... a place in the Rocky Mountains now exploited for its natural gas resource. A place once rich in other resources as well... water - air - land - wildlife - community. EnCana calls where I live their "Field of Dreams". As they abuse the ecosystem and destroy its fragile sustainability, they reap a finite reward while leaving behind an industrial waste dump. I apologize for the shaky video and loud background noise. The wind was blowing so hard it was shaking my hand and totally flooded the microphone. Despite the awful nature of this situation, the meticulous work conducted by the dozer and excavator operators was something to see. I knew an operator who competed in heavy equipment rodeos, and watching him excavate was amazing. All the folks on this site seemed capable, and I doubt that any of them gave a second thought to burying this pit. Field workers have told me this is common practice. They probably had no idea it was right over an aquifer and never considered the effects on a stream or private water well. They work around this stuff all the time, and many come to consider it routine, even unknowingly putting their own health at risk. But, EnCana leadership is well aware, and that is where accountability must begin. As with most of these situations, it is the underlying structure of inappropriate federal exemptions, weak state rules and poor but accepted practices that lead to making this the terrible situation it is. Only with full accountability can we develop workable and mutually beneficial solutions. Which are more than possible - they are at the leading edge of demand and on the precipice of necessity. Ultimately, the fossil fuel industry must come out of the dark ages and embrace a more honest and cooperative manner of conducting their operations. Part of that involves repealing exemptions that allow and encourage them to operate like a lawless regime, putting human health and safety as well as the environment at frequent and serious risk. For over a year, at www.journeyoftheforsaken.com, I've been documenting EnCana's aggressive and irresponsible development of 60 natural gas wells around our home and the infamous area of the 2004 West Divide Creek natural gas blowout.
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magnetite sand mining process
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This award-winning author, biologist and environmental health researcher explores the threats to climate and public health from extreme energy extraction including hydraulic fracturing (fracking). From strip-mining of frack sand in Wisconsin that releases carcinogenic silica dust to the deep-well injection of fracking waste in Ohio, which has been linked to earthquakes – these new methods of extracting hydrocarbons are shock-and-awe operations. Of particular interest are the living organisms that inhabit Earth’s deep geological strata. Far from being inert, our nation’s bedrock is an underground “coral reef” of microbes, another invisible ecosystem that’s linked to life in ways not yet fully understood here on the sunlit surface of our planet. This speech was given at the 2012 Bioneers National Conference and is featured on the Environmental Justice Vol. 1 Collection. Since 1990, Bioneers has acted as a fertile hub of social and scientific innovators with practical and visionary solutions for the world's most pressing environmental and social challenges. To experience talks like this, please join us at the Bioneers National Conference each October, and regional Bioneers Resilient Community Network gatherings held nationwide throughout the year. For more information on Bioneers, please visit http://www.bioneers.org and stay in touch via Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/Bioneers.org) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/bioneers).
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15.05.2013 Kyiv. Supreme Council of Ukraine Committee on Fuel and Engergy Complex, Nuclear Policies and Nuclear Safety. The meeting is entitled 'Shale gas extraction in Ukraine -- prospects and challenges' http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBPu0JyPCLY Speaker: Valeriy Yakovlev, professor of the 'Engineering Ecology of Cities' department of Kharkiv National Academy of Municipal Economy', member of 'Zelena Vezha' ecological organisation. Speech topic: 'Hydrogeological risks occurring whilst extracting gas using the method of hydraulic fracturing' 1) Now, concerning the risks. My time is very limited, so I will be up to the point. Let's look at the first slide. This is the current situation at the Belyaevska well. A double-layered membrane screen was mentioned here. What we have -- is a single-layered screen. I teach my students that the filter coefficient of this screen is ten to the power of minus two. Taken the force that will be from one to two metres on average in this deposit, there will be a lot of this liquid spent, even if we just take the amount spent along the perimeter. 2) It should be a double-layered vacuum screen. However, this first project got the official approval. Thus we see that the issue is not being regulated sufficiently by all the expert organisations and specialists. This may lead to massive pollution by this drilling solution, even at the stage preceding that of the actual hydraulic fracturing. 3) As we see from the project of drilling the 'Belyaevska 400' well, the area with the deposits where the liquid is going to be circulated will also contain the drilling sludge, which usually contains coal-alkaline solution, oil particles, etc. They are thinking about what to do with it. This toxic environment -- the drilling sludge, which is polluted by the chemicals, is going to be covered with a layer of thin plastic and then with the 0.8 metres of soil that used to be there in the first place. 4) This way this three-metre poisonous kind of 'pancake' remains underneath arable land (because what we normally have in this country is arable land), and there will be tens of thousands of such pancakes in Ukraine. What can be grown above them? This issue requires special attention. 5) This 'pancake' has aluminium sulfate, which neutralises the toxic qualities of the sludge, it is used as a coagulant. Aluminium itself is very toxic, there are 600 kilos of it in a single deposit like that. We are only ...... Green Video® MBGV 0463-1GV-10F-EN Twitter Green Video https://twitter.com/GreenVideoTM VK Green Video http://vk.com/greenvideoen YouTube Green Video http://www.youtube.com/user/GreenVideoview Facebook Green Video http://www.facebook.com/pages/Greenvideo/479594628750143 Google+ Green Video https://plus.google.com/communities/106363706851849702051?hl=ru
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News X has been running a campaign on how our natural resources are being stolen. Today we bring you another story from Tamil Nadu. The whistle-blower of illegal beach sand mining is seeking police protection after his revelation against sand mafia in Tamil Nadu. B. Srikumar brings this report from Chennai. -- For More information on this news visit : http://www.newsx.com/ Connect with us on Social platform at : http://www.facebook.com/newsxonline Subscribe to our YouTube Channel : http://www.youtube.com/newsx
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No To Black Sand Mining in Camiguin Norte 2
Imagine a serene, idyllic isle where humpback whales breed, where corals and rare marine biodiversity thrive. This is Camiguin Norte. The very existence of this island is threatened by Black Sand Mining - the process of extracting magnetite from beaches having rich deposits of it. Black Sand Mining leads to coastal erosion, sea pollution, loss of habitat for marine life and reduced protection from natural calamities. This must be stopped before it's too late! The residents of Camiguin Norte are saying NO TO BLACK SAND MINING. Let's help them so that their voice can be heard - loud and clear! Please like our Facebook Page. https://www.facebook.com/NoToBlackSandMiningInCamiguin
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The World is Running Out of Sand,India and pakistan would be effected
Summer is coming to an end, and you may be thinking fondly back to times spent lounging on a beach, soft white sand flowing between your fingers and toes as you napped under the Sun. Well, forget relaxing and start worrying, baby! Researchers writing in the journal Science this week are warning us about yet another ecological issue caused by us resource-hogging humans: sand extraction. It’s hard to limit people’s sand use. As human demand for and use of natural resources has grown, sand and gravel have become the “most extracted group of materials worldwide.” “As a result, sand scarcity is an emerging issue with major socio-political, economic, and environmental implications,” the authors write in the study, published yesterday. The New York Times sounded the alarm about sand scarcity way back in 2007, but it’s become an increasingly pressing concern as of late, according to a paper published late last year. “Globally, sand and gravel comprise 68–85% of the 47–59 billion tons of material mined annually, and this percentage is increasing rapidly,” in applications like glass production, electronics production, and fracking. That article calls out the fact that sand mining can have all sorts of negative effects, contributing to species loss, conflicts between people, and degradation of habitats (beach erosion, for example). How bad is the problem? The scientists behind the new study say that sand mining destabilizing the shoreline could have made the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami’s effects worse in Sri Lanka. Sand mining is also responsible for damaging the water supply in the Mekong Delta, and it’s behind a crime ring that makes $17 million a month in revenue—the sand mafia. Seriously. A UN report from 2014 estimates that humans extract over 40 billion tons of gravel and sand a year—traditionally, from quarries and rivers, but now often from coastlines, as well. “This is twice the yearly amount of sediment carried by all of the rivers of the world,” that report says, and “their use greatly exceeds natural renewal rates.”
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Few people are really aware of the sulfur mining taking place outside the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) which is in north eastern Minnesota. Sulfur mining can be very dangerous due to the sulfuric acid it creates. It can destroy ecosystems and contaminate water sources. Sulfur mining also creates pollution that lasts for generations. This video explains some of the risks that could directly involve the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, a beautiful wilderness with tons of active wildlife and outdoor recreation. This video is mostly meant to bring awareness to the issue, if you would like to learn more about sulfur mining, or the BWCAW here are a few websites: -http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2006/05/15/rangesulfidemining -http://www.friends-bwca.org/issues/sulfide-mining/ -http://www.wilderness.net/NWPS/wildView?WID=70 Thanks for watching The music for the video is called Peponi, by the Piano Guys
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Derrick Jensen Resistance Radio w/ Juliee de la Terre & Bill Greendeer - January 10, 2016
Juliee de la Terre holds an MS from the Gaylord Nelson Institute for environmental studies at University of Wisconsin Madison. She has been an activist since she was a child helping her mother care for injured wildlife. She owned a chemical free landscaping business for almost two decades which emphasized removing lawns and restoring native plants. As an environmental consultant she assisted the Ho-Chunk Nation in efforts to design and implement a place based ecological immersion project on their land near Black River Falls with the intention of immersing young tribal members in nature while learning their language and culture. Recently, she assisted Ho-Chunk Tribal member William Greendeer in introducing the Rights of Nature into the Ho-Chunk constitution. She maintains the blog "Sacred Water Sacred Land" about the sacredness of all things and also “Heart of the Ho-Chunk” with William Greendeer about Ho-Chunk culture and the environment. She is a professor of natural science at Viterbo University. William Greendeer is an elder in the Ho-Chunk Nation whose territory recently spanned WI, MN, IL and IA. He is Deer Clan and member of the medicine lodge. His first 8 summers were spent in a lodge and he has a deep connection to the natural world. William experiences sacred connection with the natural world and offers prayer when harvesting a plant or animal. He is teaching how to live in good way on his land in southwest WI. He hopes to rejuvenate his old farm with native plants and also by protecting the beavers that make their home in his valley. His family’s land and many of his tribal members’ land have been affected by frack sand mining activities in addition to the damage caused by the cranberry growing industry in southwest WI. He introduced a rights of nature amendment at general counsel in September with 3/4 of the tribal members supporting it. He hopes having the rights of nature in tribal law will help the tribe protect their sacred land, water, and all our relations. Browse all of my Resistance Radio interviews at http://deepgreenresistance.blogspot.com/p/derrick-jensen-resistance-radio-archives.html
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