The São Francisco river in Brazil brings life to everything surrounding its riverbed, a vast expanse that streaches over 2800 km long. Julia Taddei talks about her relationship with the river and how this incredible natural resource has been depleted.
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BY DAMIEN HAMON
@ VOL 6
ON JUL 04, 2013
We follow over the Loire river the inspiring vision of this contemporary woodworker & designer, Damien Hamon. From Oscar Wilde to Audiard to Brancusi, he takes us on a journey through his photos while showcasing their bright colors. Damien explores and illustrates the process of creation: difficulties, doubts, surprises. (In French)
First Nations Peoples Along the Fraser River
BY CATHERINE OUELLET-MARTIN
@ VOL 3
ON JUL 27, 2013
Catherine Oullet-Martin follows the path of the Fraser River and describes the lifestyles of the people who live there. Many peoples' lives have been negatively impacted by the changes in technology that society takes for granted.
Sex & Violence in the San Lorenzo River
BY BRENDAN BANE
@ VOL 6
ON DEC 11, 2013
The San Lorenzo River harbors beautiful flora and majestic fauna. But it's also a battlefield, plagued with evolutionary arms races, cunning deception, and bird-on-bird violence. Watch as Brendan Bane discusses the science behind amphibious orgies, neurotoxin-resistant garter snakes, and the morbid parenting techniques of North American waterbirds.
"Presentation of the Day" on February 3, 2014.
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BY MATT ROPER
@ VOL 27
ON FEB 16, 2017
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BY JACQUELYN CARDINAL
@ VOL 28
ON JUN 01, 2017
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