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VIDEO: Todd and Kai Jones Talk Skiing w/Dan Egan

John and Dan Egan are both legends in the ski community, having appeared in Warren Miller films, numerous commercials, and high-profile competitions around the world. These days, John is an executive at Vermont's Sugarbush Resort and Dan is working on skiclinics.com, a website specializing in skiing-focused adventure travel and clinics.

RELATED: Check out the trailer for Make Believe

Dan is also hosting a video podcast, Ski Talk with Dan Egan on pugski.com, in which he talks with various interesting figures in the ski world. His most recent stream features none other than Todd and Kai Jones, two of TGR's most prominent figures. It's an exciting time for Kai, with a newly-signed Red Bull contract and a sick segment in the can for Make Believe, TGR's newest ski film. Watch the full video for a glimpse inside the mind of one of the sport's most promising youngsters.

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VIDEO: Huge Albino Moose Spotted in Eastern Ontario
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VIDEO: Huge Albino Moose Spotted in Eastern Ontario

VIDEO: Huge Albino Moose Spotted in Eastern Ontario

Depending on where you live, an encounter with a wild moose can be either a daily occurrence or a once-in-a-lifetime event. However, an encounter with an albino moose is a universal rarity. Out of roughly 1,000,000 moose in North America, experts estimate that only one in 100,000 displays albinism. RELATED: Black Bear Investigates Hikers in Mexico That said, there may be areas where albinism is more common among the moose population, such as southeastern Idaho. So, if spotting an albino moose

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VIDEO: Meet the Pacific Climate Warriors in “Matagi Mālohi”
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VIDEO: Meet the Pacific Climate Warriors in “Matagi Mālohi”

VIDEO: Meet the Pacific Climate Warriors in “Matagi Mālohi”

Pacific Island nations have historically contributed very little to greenhouse gas emissions, yet are facing some of the most dramatic ramifications of anthropogenic climate change, primarily in the form of rising sea levels. The scientific community agrees that low-lying island nations in the Pacific may become virtually uninhabitable over the next century due to loss of habitable land, increasing saltwater intrusion, more powerful storms, and other climate-related issues. RELATED: Help Save

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‘Public Trust’ Explores the Fight for America’s Public Lands
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‘Public Trust’ Explores the Fight for America’s Public Lands

‘Public Trust’ Explores the Fight for America’s Public Lands

Even though our public lands are loved by Americans all across the political spectrum, they’re under threat. Now more than ever, extractive industries and money-fueled politicians are trying to strip away protections on large swaths of land throughout the United States. RELATED: Make a Plan to Vote with Protect Our Winters Patagonia's latest documentary dives headfirst into this fight by exploring three heated conflicts in our country: the fight for a national monument in the Utah desert,