What a clever name for a collection of two to four minute long "microdocs" that each feature one aspect of sustainability.
The first Short Attention Span Science notebook demystifies ecological sustainability—the basis for the green movement around the world, (Marine Science professor Steve Palumbi) said: "What is sustainability? What promotes it? What threatens it? What are the tipping points that push an ecosystem into ruin or keep it functioning forever? The ecological sustainability notebook shows the elements of sustainability and explains how they apply to one of the most important and beautiful ecosystems on earth—coral reefs."
Tune in to two min on tuna here.
Having a really short attention span, I am trademarking 30 second nanodox and 10 second picodox.
Microdocs: Short Attention Span Science Theater via BoingBoing
Short Science Videos on TreeHugger:
Alligator Calls 911 "There's a Kitchen on My Habitat!" — Today Show Satire
TreeHuggerTV: Sam Suds and the Case of PVC
TreeHuggerTV: Vampire Power