America's wilderness is for sale

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  1. I Epic Wolfy

    I Epic Wolfy6 時間 前

    So what about the places that do mine iron ore? Do we outsource to some distant land being destroyed. How do people obtain new metals without destruction?

  2. CooperDaScooper

    CooperDaScooper6 時間 前

    Mayor: "$25k isnt enough to by a house" *is apart of the generation that rose housing prices*

  3. CooperDaScooper

    CooperDaScooper6 時間 前

    "When the mine closed everything was hit with a depression" so opening another mine that will ultimately close one day is your solution to that problem?

  4. Adrian

    Adrian8 時間 前

    So very American of them...

  5. Elisa’s Broadcast

    Elisa’s Broadcast23 時間 前

    What can we do to stop this

  6. Elisa’s Broadcast

    Elisa’s Broadcast23 時間 前

    This makes me so mad!

  7. Kliche travels

    Kliche travels日 前

    For every section of protected land opened up by Trump or any president, punishment of fines an imprisonment would be implemented...

  8. Nisha Ni

    Nisha Ni日 前

    We need/ want the copper but we cant extract it until there is a safe way to do so and hold business accountable if we saw negative implications on the environment even if its 10 years later

  9. 123jcoolmusic

    123jcoolmusic日 前

    What ever happened to the copper vein in Superior AZ. Look it up

  10. noah thorpe

    noah thorpe2 日 前

    " not many places to get it (copper)" RECYCLE OUR ELECTRONICS

  11. TheAdekrijger

    TheAdekrijger2 日 前

    It is so special and so unigue and it is still the same because Trump didn't do anything to those areas it is the media who are sponsering the democrats are lying to you. By the way your live is based on industry so look for better solutions. But do not act like you can do without heavy metals. It is in the very device you are watching this with.

  12. Bald Spidey

    Bald Spidey2 日 前

    In survival, we think of the three's: 3 minutes w/o Oxygen, 3 hours in extreme conditions (hot/cold), 3 days w/o water, and 3 weeks w/o food (more for some); and the body breaks down and can cause harm, and/or death. Your life, and your land, without water is worthless. Working 30 + years in the field of Emergency Response, Emergency Management, and in the Environmental Field has allowed me to see the "life span" of these types of operations come, exploit, and leave a dead zone + a useless zone. I have yet to see an industry like this not leave a foot print. Don't think in the now, act for the future. PS not sure i agree with this "i dipped my cup in the water from my canoe and drank it" ... the times of year you can do this w/o impact is minimal.

  13. Jeron Fishburn

    Jeron Fishburn2 日 前

    We're never going to "run out" of copper. We still have the same amount of copper now as we've always had.

  14. Jacob S

    Jacob S2 日 前

    What an epic intro

  15. mbassy

    mbassy3 日 前

    Not worth it. Save the forest

  16. Moe Snert

    Moe Snert3 日 前

    Only when the last plant has died, and the last fish has died will people learn you can't eat money

  17. Moe Snert

    Moe Snert時間 前

    kevin okie dokie

  18. kevin

    kevin5 時間 前

    @Moe Snert that must be why it's so annoying.

  19. Moe Snert

    Moe Snert12 時間 前

    It's from a song.

  20. kevin

    kevin16 時間 前

    I've seen that quote like 5 times today, get another one.

  21. Daniel Ibarra

    Daniel Ibarra3 日 前

    I'm not from the USA but love the environment this is sad

  22. Kyleigh DiGiovanni

    Kyleigh DiGiovanni3 日 前

    There was a post I saw that I don’t remember who said it but put this the best” I want to skip to the end of the movie about trump to the fade out credits- when we find out how much prison time they each got”. I swear if someone takes him out I will track down that person to give them a fruit basket- it would be poetic if the administrations lax gun policies are what wind up killing them. I can dream, but I get the feeling this is going to get much worse before it gets better, if it ever does get better

  23. Prod. Dimension77

    Prod. Dimension773 日 前

    Thank you Roosevelt Ily ♥

  24. The Things

    The Things4 日 前

    Time for a biopic about Theodore Roosevelt with Nick Offerman, could save the forests

  25. Tori Sylvester

    Tori Sylvester4 日 前

    This is a new low.

  26. R F

    R F4 日 前

    Maybe copper is in the ground for another reason other than IS to destroy the earth and dig it up

  27. C

    C5 日 前

    So do we want one old dude to be able to fish alone on a massive lake or benefit in billions of dollars in mining. Lol the left

  28. Lynn McNeely

    Lynn McNeely2 日 前

    Ok boomer

  29. Tia

    Tia5 日 前

    Send all the peeps to the mars let them build their city,bank and rich think and let go the earth for us

  30. SS Gaming

    SS Gaming5 日 前

    In Mongolia 🇲🇳 too

  31. Christopher fontenelle

    Christopher fontenelle5 日 前

    This man is pure Evil

  32. MATATA

    MATATA5 日 前

    This is tragic. I visited the Boundary waters for a canoeing trip and I can confirm that the water tastes like Dasani.

  33. bball33g

    bball33g5 日 前

    I think this is a very well made video. Does anyone know where I can find the sources for this video?

  34. Davinio

    Davinio5 日 前

    Without excessive mining, I wouldn't have been able to watch this video and subscribe to your channel.

  35. Sam Francis

    Sam Francis6 日 前

    Is there any way to make Trump leave the white house?

  36. TeenageCapitalist

    TeenageCapitalist6 日 前

    Why do you want him out?

  37. MUSTASCH1O

    MUSTASCH1O6 日 前

    If they can afford to pay the locals $90000 to mine, they can afford to find a way to store that waste. It makes me sick seeing all those people cheering at a decision that will waste this beautiful landscape. I sincerely hope they don't pollute the waterways, and when the copper has run out, they clean up properly. Probably not though, the profits will likely go to apathetic shareholders and none will be kept for decomissioning the mine.

  38. Juno

    Juno6 日 前

    one more year ... yeah ONE MORE YEAR!

  39. Nida Khatri

    Nida Khatri6 日 前

    Yes!

  40. Juan Melgar

    Juan Melgar6 日 前

    Make a hole on the ground....make your profit and then let the taxpayers socialize the clean up of the mess. That's how these companies work.

  41. Kathy Franklund

    Kathy Franklund3 日 前

    Juan Melgar yes they destroy the land and ruin the water.than they want taxpayers to clean up the mess,on our dime,or should I say trillions of dollars,but that can’t fix what is broken and can’t be fixed! Trump only cares about the all Mighty dollar for The people who praising him.

  42. Angello! R.

    Angello! R.7 日 前

    And another state with awesome natural scenery falls down cause of government and people greediness.

  43. TeenageCapitalist

    TeenageCapitalist4 日 前

    @Alex Siemers ita not like jobs and copper grow in trees

  44. TeenageCapitalist

    TeenageCapitalist4 日 前

    @Alex Siemers what do you mean? Its not like the mining company's dont recycle. Jobs in the recycling industry dont pay as well as mining. We need mining and at the moment (key word at the moment) instead of recylcing in America.

  45. Alex Siemers

    Alex Siemers4 日 前

    TeenageCapitalist jobs can exist without tearing apart the environment. If anything, the effort needed to recycle materials would provide more jobs than getting them fresh from the ground.

  46. TeenageCapitalist

    TeenageCapitalist6 日 前

    Its not greed its jobs

  47. Ricky

    Ricky7 日 前

    Mining asteroids for precious resources is perfect, thanks Trump for the effort with space force

  48. tyler maloney

    tyler maloney7 日 前

    Looks like you need to add insurable values on natural resources such as Fish Tree and Game. Adjust this value so you can afford a modest livelihood.

  49. Rabin

    Rabin7 日 前

    You know what is more toxic than arsenic?? Trump is 😠

  50. TeenageCapitalist

    TeenageCapitalist4 日 前

    @AWP AWP did you not read what I said. They have a clean up plan. Right now what is good for people is food on the table.

  51. AWP AWP

    AWP AWP4 日 前

    @TeenageCapitalist jobs that also are ruining a beautiful part of America. All we are known for is land of the free at this point.

  52. TeenageCapitalist

    TeenageCapitalist5 日 前

    @Rabin he is not destroying anything. Mining companies ALWAYS have a clean up plan. Trump is just trying to create jobs for people. Jobs that put food on the table.

  53. Rabin

    Rabin5 日 前

    @TeenageCapitalist Are you nuts? Can't you see....he is destroying the forest that was untouched for centuries

  54. TeenageCapitalist

    TeenageCapitalist6 日 前

    How is Trump toxic?

  55. Athaporn MCorp Review

    Athaporn MCorp Review7 日 前

    When u look at old literature, armies settlers and nomads all drink 🍹 from rivers. U can’t find Evian or Poland 🇵🇱 springs. It’s juz polluted these days

  56. TrolledYouSilly

    TrolledYouSilly7 日 前

    Trump really has no regard for wildlife.

  57. TeenageCapitalist

    TeenageCapitalist4 日 前

    @AWP AWP yes I did and Trump is creating jobs not activley cuting down trees.

  58. AWP AWP

    AWP AWP4 日 前

    @TeenageCapitalist did you not watch the video?

  59. TeenageCapitalist

    TeenageCapitalist6 日 前

    How do you know?

  60. johnyyots

    johnyyots8 日 前

    And yet you (vox) are able to make videos like this due to machines that need copper to function. So if we don't mine for copper here, it will be mined somewhere else. So how is the problem resolved? It's not, out of sight out of mind doesn't mean the Earth is less polluted because we didn't see the manufacturing process. And there is the solution, new way of extraction, and processing for copper. Dangerous heavy metals are in our waters, they have been there since we started mining. Examples are watch any gold panning videos.