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Okay, I admit we've been negligent in posting our videos here this year. If you want a humorous take on climate news and science (and who couldn't use some laughs when it comes to learning about climate change?), here's a roundup of our 2013 videos so far, including our newest video, the Tragedy of the Commons (released after our contribution to the recent Hummingbirds blogathon):


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Happy viewing!

For sources, see djst.tv

Thanks for watching and sharing - I'll try to be better about posting these here regularly in future. In the meantime, you can follow on YouTube, Facebook, Google+, iTunes, dosomethingaboutclimate.com, or on Twitter:@dsa_climate to be assured more timely updates!

-Joylette

~Joylette is the Executive Director and star of the Don't Just Sit There - Do Something! video series. She holds a Ph.D. in Genetics from Stanford University and an undergraduate degree from MIT. She has done science and environmental outreach work at the local, regional, and national levels in the past, often with a specific focus on climate. She is also currently a concerned stay-at-home Mom of two young boys.~

Originally posted to Climate Change SOS on Wed Sep 25, 2013 at 12:19 PM PDT.

Also republished by DK GreenRoots, Kitchen Table Kibitzing, and Climate Hawks.

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