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Conservation's Dirty Secrets
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directed by Richard Saunders, 1965-; presented by Oliver Steeds, 1975-; produced by Richard Saunders, 1965- (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2011), 48 mins
Almost everyone agrees that conservation is hugely important, but few dare to question the movement. In Conservation's Dirty Secrets, reporter and presenter Oliver Steeds investigates the shortcomings of the planet's major conservation charities. Traveling from Britain to Kenya, from Honduras to the States, he ch...
directed by Richard Saunders, 1965-; presented by Oliver Steeds, 1975-; produced by Richard Saunders, 1965- (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2011), 48 mins
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Elements, Elements, Episode 3
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produced by Nick Farrow, in Elements (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2002), 24 mins
Earth- Remote sensing infrared detects pests for wine growers. Earth- World Wildlife Fund: Help to increase numbers of Brazil-UK- monkeys. Cause And Effect- Smoking and the aging process. And Finally- World Ice Golf Championships: How Changing environments suit our needs.
produced by Nick Farrow, in Elements (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2002), 24 mins
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Elements, Elements, Episode 6
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produced by Nick Farrow, in Elements (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2002), 24 mins
Cause And Effect- Rio earth-summit: program for sustainable development. Earth- Wasabi: Researchers unlock culinary and medical secrets. Elements- Jerusalem: A virtual reconstruction centre--the city as it may have appeared 2000 years ago. Water- Malaysian fisheries: Dead leatherback turtles found. Atmosphere- Man...
produced by Nick Farrow, in Elements (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2002), 24 mins
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Extreme Environments, 12, Reef
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produced by Evan Clark, fl. 2012, in Extreme Environments, 12 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2010), 23 mins
Coral reefs are the rainforests of the ocean as they are incredibly bio- diverse areas formed in water with little or no nutrients. Over millions of years the cumulative work of tiny coral polyps has built vast formations that support coral, plants and other species. This episode reviews some of the most remarkabl...
produced by Evan Clark, fl. 2012, in Extreme Environments, 12 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2010), 23 mins
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Green Matters, Green Matters, Episode 13
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produced by Nick Farrow, in Green Matters (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2009), 23 mins
Costa Rica Solar Ovens- In the North Pacific area of Costa Rica is this small community centre. La Casa Del Sol trains and teaches women about recycling, environmental care, farming and solar energy. It is the Sun’s power that is the focus here, with very practical applications. Turtle Tracking- They’ve manage...
produced by Nick Farrow, in Green Matters (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2009), 23 mins
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Natural State, Natural State: Episode 4
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produced by Stuart Allan, fl. 2005, in Natural State (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International), 25 mins
Seed Hunters- With the growth in plant extinction, a seed bank has been set up in England to protect the future. Nile Water- A Kenyan man has broken the rules and is using Lake Victoria to irrigate his farm. Australia Flower- Visitors queue to see the world’s largest and smelliest flower, the corpse flower. W...
produced by Stuart Allan, fl. 2005, in Natural State (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International), 25 mins
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Natural State, Natural State: Episode 8
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produced by Stuart Allan, fl. 2005, in Natural State (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International), 24 mins
France Iceberg- A 22 tonne iceberg has been placed in Paris to act as a tourist incentive for Iceland. It is nearly 2000 years old. Bottled Water- The WWF have released statistics that prove a lot of country’s tap water is just as good as bottled. China Dam- A 20 billion dollar dam has been built in China to d...
produced by Stuart Allan, fl. 2005, in Natural State (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International), 24 mins
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Natural State, Natural State: Episode 9
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produced by Stuart Allan, fl. 2005, in Natural State (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International), 24 mins
Bio-plastic Bottle- A company has trekked 9000 feet into the rocky mountains to find pure spring water. The bottles used however are corn based material. Arctic Warming- A research centre has been set up in the arctic to better monitor the affects of global warming. Toxic Sludge- Radioactive waste is proving a ma...
produced by Stuart Allan, fl. 2005, in Natural State (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International), 24 mins
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Sustainable Futures, 7, The Pollution Issues
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directed by Marilyn Higgins, fl. 2012, in Sustainable Futures, 7 (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2011), 24 mins
From cardiac and respiratory disease to climate change, the effects of air pollution pose significant health risks to individuals, society and the biosphere. The problem of waste management has transformed the landscapes of poor countries into a tragic view of rivers and drinking water sources, which are littered...
directed by Marilyn Higgins, fl. 2012, in Sustainable Futures, 7 (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2011), 24 mins
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Think Green, Think Green: Episode 8
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produced by Gillian Bartlett and Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, in Think Green (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2006), 23 mins
Freight Returns To The Waterways- With the cost of road haulage spiraling upwards, canals are becoming an attractive alternative. Somali Award- A Somalian woman has won the largest award for grassroots environmentalists. Environment Trees- How lichen is an excellent indicator of air pollution. Palm Island Project-...
produced by Gillian Bartlett and Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, in Think Green (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2006), 23 mins
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