We are all connected

Lovely video for the WWF. Reminds me of a biodiversity game that we once played with a Gr7 class, where each kid was a different critter and they threw a ball of wool back and forth depending on who ate who.

WWF – We Are All Connected from Troublemakers.tv on Vimeo.

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Joanne often gets really excited when she talks about Science. Luckily, she works in the Advanced Molecular Biology Laboratory, the educational arm of the Michael Smith Labs. She likes all kinds of science but has a special spot in her heart for biology, technology, and well, sports. As a scientist and educator at UBC, she hopes that she never becomes so specialized that she loses her global perspective. (When she gets around to writing an intro post, I'm sure that she'll link to it here).

2 Responses to “We are all connected”

  1. Tyler

    Interesting concept, but I find it a bit too abstract to effectively convey its message…

  2. Joanne Fox

    That’s a fair critique, Tyler. I agree, the video is pretty abstract. However, I thought the images were striking enough that I found myself stopping and thinking about what the video was trying to say… It’s pretty lovely imagery, that’s for sure. Biodiversity is such a challenge to portray effectively. I wonder why that is?

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