America's wilderness is for sale

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  1. Michael Anthony

    Michael Anthony4 時間 前

    Solution: POPULATION CONTROL!!!

  2. Nick The Chopper

    Nick The Chopper5 時間 前

    This woman smacks when she talks!!! Couldnt listen anymore

  3. Michael Garner

    Michael Garner10 時間 前

    I'd still boil that water

  4. mortar03411

    mortar0341114 時間 前

    “We couldn’t fly out drone past here” while showing a drone shot?

  5. David Bradley

    David Bradley16 時間 前

    Go see Butte, MT. The ground water is so polluted with arsenic that trees don't even grow any more. It is the largest hazard waste area in the world from Butte to Missoula Montana! The mining company will leave the waste for the state to clean up when they say they are broke and have to close the mine!

  6. Uzi Panti

    Uzi Panti16 時間 前

    extracts 1B worth of copper... spends 25B in damages. really smart

  7. interloop

    interloop17 時間 前

    I can drink water from my toilet, but I don’t

  8. LibertyStormFast

    LibertyStormFast22 時間 前

    Uhh then everyone should stop using phones, putting pipes in their homes? No we won’t stop. And if we don’t get in here in the US, another forest/region in the world will be effected. There’s nothing we can do..unfortunately

  9. perez13691

    perez1369123 時間 前

    Its not worth it!!!! Leave those waters as God intended

  10. Viral Gamer

    Viral Gamer日 前

    Our wires here is made of Aluminum..

  11. Viral Gamer

    Viral Gamer日 前

    Our wires here is made of Aluminum..

  12. Ron Christianson

    Ron Christianson日 前

    absolutely no mining

  13. Mustaffa Ukshin

    Mustaffa Ukshin日 前

    Get obama back

  14. P.W.Geethika Isuru Sampath

    P.W.Geethika Isuru Sampath日 前

    Time to think seriously

  15. james Dudge

    james Dudge日 前

    Roosevelt is actually a bit of a contradiction. He was one of the most impactful early big game hunters in Africa, killing thousands of animals for trophy/gain. He did make the national parks but it needs a full picture!

  16. Plants Tho

    Plants Tho日 前

    Communal housing would solve the copper crisis, I'm guessing.

  17. Bernardo Cunha

    Bernardo Cunha日 前

    Funny how the left that’s against the mining uses theodore Roosevelt name to defend the forest but that same left took down his monument.

  18. Pigeon

    Pigeon日 前

    Why dont they collect all the heavy metal and sell it?

  19. Alice Pooper

    Alice Pooper日 前

    cant be found anywhere else in the world???? guess you've never been to Canada

  20. Jeff Archer

    Jeff Archer日 前

    So much Copper in our dumps. Always thought about mining landfills. Mines need to clean up the waste. Extract the lead and arsenic and sell them. Add it to the cost of the product. Drying it and storing it is not a solution.

  21. Michael

    Michael2 日 前

    White peoples perspective is that teddy saved American land . While natives perspective is that president who is hunting them saves and kick them out of thier land and destroy the rest

  22. BungHolio Bro

    BungHolio Bro2 日 前

    ... and China is buying

  23. Sinuous

    Sinuous2 日 前

    It's too late, we are already on a downward spiral that we can't reverse. We've opened Pandora's box with plastic, combined with everything else we are doing to this planet, we are doomed. The ocean is slowly turning acidic, by 2045 there may no longer be fish in the ocean, phytoplankton, responsible for half the earth's oxygen will end up dying, the other half of our oxygen comes from plants and we are already destroying that. We are adding 80 million people to the world every year, that's the country of Germany every year. We have killed half of the animals on the planet already. We can't focus on specific problems, we have to focus on the destruction of the earth and eventual extinction of humans.

  24. GordonLLC

    GordonLLC2 日 前

    Miners to be paid $90,000 .... let me know I’ll book my one way ticket 🎫

  25. Ale Her

    Ale Her2 日 前

    I hate it here

  26. kartik adhia

    kartik adhia2 日 前

    I don't know how they call themselves "conservatives".. ? Ever thought about the meaning of that word ?

  27. Alpha zen

    Alpha zen2 日 前

    Making America great, for the corporations.

  28. Sanon ymous

    Sanon ymous2 日 前

    Vox - Seasonal workers make less than All Year workers. Maf.... Awesome Job Vox.

  29. Donald Nguyen

    Donald Nguyen2 日 前

    Im pretty sure we could find an alternative that could be even better than copper

  30. Michael Winslow

    Michael Winslow2 日 前

    Don’t mine the copper and stop making wind turbines because they only last 20 years max, stop making solar panels because they don’t last very long either and electric cars are literally a catastrophic environmental disaster. Of course stop using copper to make phones by cannibalize old phones and stop upgrading.

  31. Ayaz Tutla

    Ayaz Tutla2 日 前

    Anyone know the beautiful background music?

  32. Chase Hall

    Chase Hall2 日 前

    American land has always been for sale and that’s what national and state parks are for, they are so posed to be reserves not for sale

  33. Warrior J

    Warrior J2 日 前

    stop buying electronics then

  34. camazotzz

    camazotzz2 日 前

    does anyone honestly think Biden is gonna do anything about this if he's elected? these people all have the same owners

  35. Deniz Tekalp

    Deniz Tekalp日 前

    Biden's presidency will probably be a continuation of Obama's & the Obama administration (where Biden was VP) blocked opening of the mine.

  36. Francisco Juarez

    Francisco Juarez2 日 前

    It's a great video, thanks for the information about our forests.

  37. Zander Rehberg

    Zander Rehberg2 日 前

    I support the mining and expansion of the economy.

  38. Kevin Bos

    Kevin Bos2 日 前

    This happens because of our demand for more copper

  39. Alpha Wiley

    Alpha Wiley2 日 前

    Yes there are many places to get copper, all the endless equipment getting thrown out instead of recycled, the world throws out 4 trillion dollars worth of things they mined out of the ground and made into things instead of recycling them and making more money out of them.

  40. Sam’schannel531

    Sam’schannel5313 日 前

    Why not just put the tailings underground and fill in the tunnels with them? Easy storage and reduces risk of collapse and release.

  41. That Dope Dude

    That Dope Dude3 日 前

    mining that copper is more important then that lake

  42. Spliff Sensei Roe Jogan

    Spliff Sensei Roe Jogan3 日 前

    Stop issuing pennies and repurpose for reuse

  43. Tom Cassidy

    Tom Cassidy3 日 前

    Profit, profit, profit.

  44. ggamer77

    ggamer773 日 前

    overpopulation

  45. BryceLovesTech

    BryceLovesTech3 日 前

    So sad what we are doing to the earth

  46. pl 48

    pl 483 日 前

    The price of copper is on a record low anyhow

  47. Rabbit Black

    Rabbit Black3 日 前

    I don’t know what to say 😔 it is so heart breaking 💔 this is very hard hitting for me and my family 😔 it’s a very hard choice for us to choose a cell phone or a tree.. we all got updated phones 🤷‍♂️

  48. Bob Snipes

    Bob Snipes3 日 前

    Good! More for you and me!

  49. Kilroy88

    Kilroy883 日 前

    Why do we allow the ignorant few to ruin life for the majority???

  50. John Dunbar

    John Dunbar3 日 前

    Copper is more important than clean water. Thats why democrats give poor black people lead in their water.

  51. Michael Schaller

    Michael Schaller3 日 前

    This is where trump is wrong !!!!!?you dont shot where you eat

  52. sinister1

    sinister13 日 前

    why not use the waste to make geo-ploymer concrete the slus from it would be great for more natural concrete and a stronger formulation also

  53. sanjuansteve

    sanjuansteve3 日 前

    America - land of the fear-filled, home of the greedy (fear-filled). It's a disease.

  54. dutchgala

    dutchgala3 日 前

    I like this station.

  55. coky coky

    coky coky3 日 前

    Thanks to trumpt and his administration America is all for sale.

  56. Maunster!

    Maunster!3 日 前

    0:05, whoa, no, no, no you do not want to drink water like that it could have nasty amoebas in it.

  57. Davida Fenderson

    Davida Fenderson3 日 前

    Wow, that was a powerfully put together.

  58. Dreamcee

    Dreamcee4 日 前

    What a beautiful looking place such a shame

  59. EEROS

    EEROS4 日 前

    0:24 looks like Finland. Save it. Nothing is more important!

  60. Daniel Jones

    Daniel Jones4 日 前

    We need lorax

  61. RollCake Cookie

    RollCake Cookie4 日 前

    They do know that without those trees the air will turn into deadly gas right?

  62. d jack

    d jack4 日 前

    I gotta go here and drink that water b4 trump F%$KS it up !!!!! Something like this should be protected as a NATIONAL TREASURE

  63. Star Gazer

    Star Gazer4 日 前

    Madness!!!!! Worldwide drinking water is in jeopardy! We can't live without drinking water!!!!

  64. Andrew

    Andrew4 日 前

    Right now the benefits of electric cars aren’t that great. Cobalt mining has a much worse impact on the environment than this does. I believe from a materials breakdown of a Tesla Model 3, it’s about a 7 year payoff before the model 3 becomes more environmentally friendly versus a gas or diesel car. Said batteries only last about 10 years. Oil drilling really isn’t that bad for the environment, it’s really only the spills that are. We need investment into better batteries that last longer and use fewer scarce resources. Once we do that I feel electric vehicles will take over for passenger cars, and once we get batteries that can charge quicker and hold more energy, then we’ll see a turnover to electric trucks for goods.

  65. Jon Forrest

    Jon Forrest4 日 前

    Personally, I don’t think ANY products should be manufactured if there is not a clear and approved recycling plan that is followed. We can keep mining, manufacturing using and throwing in a land fill..THAT is not sustainable.

  66. Lance Huffstutler

    Lance Huffstutler4 日 前

    The resources aren’t worth the damage

  67. Inter Flash

    Inter Flash4 日 前

    Just go mine some asteroids lol

  68. Travis Thacker

    Travis Thacker4 日 前

    It's not like it's 1850............................( We can mine Copper or Gold safely with out hurting to much of the environment.) Man has been doing this for years and eons. A wise old guys once said that if you can't take it out of the ground, grow it in the ground, or on a tree it does not exist. Plain and simple we have to farm and mine to have society and right now American Society is suffering badly because the elite wealthy and rich have their money and always have. They have their play grounds..................the bought them and preserved them. We new peeps got nothing...................if we don't mine or farm we don't grow. So #2 Solutions........................either keep up with the rest of the world and mine stuff or start culling the population off by 25% or 35% or even 50% That's the only 2 solutions and right now option #2 is what is going on in effect.................population control is going on rather then public growth.

  69. Tom Bystander

    Tom Bystander4 日 前

    Teddy Roosevelt's life work did more for most Americans than any other president. And each and every presidential term it gets chipped away

  70. fg

    fg4 日 前

    No more copper piping, let's go full stainless. It's the better choice.

  71. Eric Wilson

    Eric Wilson4 日 前

    This is absolutely madness...people are mining themselves as they mine our earth home . Their are greedy people in charge of out political powers . We all need to stop running the routine. Stop and listen...

  72. Rowan A

    Rowan A4 日 前

    I wish the conservatives would conserve

  73. Brant Fredrickson

    Brant Fredrickson4 日 前

    I didn't see anything about America's wilderness for sale, but ok.

  74. MilesB

    MilesB4 日 前

    Do mining companies have the equivalent of an "Organic" label --- something that actually allows them to charge more for the product while ensuring some level of sustainability?

  75. Andrew Phillips

    Andrew Phillips4 日 前

    now these dorks are tying to cancel teddy lol

  76. K3lp Can

    K3lp Can4 日 前

    In bristish columbia there 135 million acres of undeveloped forest so the old guy is wrong by a looooong shot He said this at 3:10

  77. Rivera Robert

    Rivera Robert4 日 前

    Karen ready to send her husband in to the mines

  78. Oscar M.

    Oscar M.5 日 前

    Great we humans at it again thinking we own planet earth

  79. R B

    R B5 日 前

    Eco tourism is the way!

  80. Pavel Lagun

    Pavel Lagun5 日 前

    When will the land your home is built on be reclaimed, what happen'd to the to the plants and animal that used to call "your" land home.

  81. That Flippin Guy

    That Flippin Guy5 日 前

    In all fairness, you shouldn’t fly a drone in any national park or forest.