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Above the Keystone Pipeline Oil Spill
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produced by Neeti Upadhye, fl. 2010, New York Times Company (New York, NY: The New York Times 360, 2017), 1 min
Around 210,000 gallons of oil spilled onto the grasslands of South Dakota on Thursday. Get a 360-degree aerial view of the damage it left behind.
produced by Neeti Upadhye, fl. 2010, New York Times Company (New York, NY: The New York Times 360, 2017), 1 min
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Air pollution layer, timelapse
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produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2014), 26 secs
Timelapse footage of strong winds blowing clouds above and air pollution below. The pollution forms a visible layer above the ground. The source of this pollution is the city of Denver, Colorado, USA. The strong northerly winds associated with a cold front are blowing the pollution back to its source. Filmed in Co...
produced by Science Photo Library (London, England: Science Photo Library, 2014), 26 secs
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Ambassadors of the Sky
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directed by Brandy Yanchyk, fl. 2008; produced by Brandy Yanchyk, fl. 2008, Brandy Y Productions (Canada: Brandy Y Productions, 2016), 45 mins
Ambassadors of the Sky is a documentary by Canadian filmmaker Brandy Yanchyk about how Canada is leading the way when it comes to dark sky preservation and the fight against light pollution.The film takes us to dark sky preserves in Wood Buffalo, Jasper and Elk Island National Parks where the public is learning ab...
directed by Brandy Yanchyk, fl. 2008; produced by Brandy Yanchyk, fl. 2008, Brandy Y Productions (Canada: Brandy Y Productions, 2016), 45 mins
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American Experience, Season 29, Episode 3, Rachel Carson's Silent Spring
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presented by David McCullough, 1933-; produced by Neil Goodwin, fl. 1974, WGBH Boston and Peace River Films, in American Experience, Season 29, Episode 3 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2007), 55 mins
When Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring was published in 1962, the book became a phenomenon. A passionate and eloquent warning about the long-term dangers of pesticides, the book unleashed an extraordinary national debate and was greeted by vigorous attacks from the chemical industry. But it would also inspire Presid...
presented by David McCullough, 1933-; produced by Neil Goodwin, fl. 1974, WGBH Boston and Peace River Films, in American Experience, Season 29, Episode 3 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2007), 55 mins
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Architects of Change, Season 1, Episode 2, Nothing Is Lost
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directed by Jean Bourbonnais, in Architects of Change, Season 1, Episode 2 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 52 mins
In this era when the number of consumer products available has exceeded the total number of species in nature, we have to ask ourselves just how far we should go in this reckless race of ceaselessly producing and buying goods. The trash we generate, our outmoded or broken gadgets, the water we waste - it is all th...
directed by Jean Bourbonnais, in Architects of Change, Season 1, Episode 2 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 52 mins
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Architects of Change, Season 1, Episode 7, Economics of Taste
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directed by Sylvain Braun, in Architects of Change, Season 1, Episode 7 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 52 mins
In farmers' fields around the world, major issues have arisen surrounding intensive agriculture, mechanisation, standardization of farming practices and the use of chemical products.
directed by Sylvain Braun, in Architects of Change, Season 1, Episode 7 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 52 mins
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Architects of Change, Season 2, Episode 2, Water: Resource and Challenge
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directed by Sylvain Braun, in Architects of Change, Season 2, Episode 2 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 55 mins
Water is a vital element of our planet and all that inhabit it. However, this essential resource has been poorly-managed, wasted and polluted for centuries by all mankind. We use it in the far corners of the world to supply our factories, take away our waste, wash ourselves, travel, or even simply for enjoyment. W...
directed by Sylvain Braun, in Architects of Change, Season 2, Episode 2 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 55 mins
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Architects of Change, Season 3, Episode 2, Textiles and Materials
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directed by Jean Bourbonnais, in Architects of Change, Season 3, Episode 2 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 52 mins
The textile industry, at the forefront of the industrial revolution for several centuries, is one of the planet’s most polluting modern-day industries. Of principle concern is the cultivation of cotton which is a heavy consumer of pesticides. It is high time for a new industrial revolution. This is exactly what...
directed by Jean Bourbonnais, in Architects of Change, Season 3, Episode 2 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 52 mins
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Architects of Change, Season 3, Episode 4, Painting the Town Green
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directed by Jean Bourbonnais, in Architects of Change, Season 3, Episode 4 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 52 mins
Many modern towns are groaning under the weight of cars and concrete, creating an urban landscape where trees and green spaces are rare. However, it is possible to overturn this trend in order to create more space for nature at the heart of our towns and improve the quality of life. This is what Michel Labrecque...
directed by Jean Bourbonnais, in Architects of Change, Season 3, Episode 4 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 52 mins
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Arctic Territories, 9, First to Go
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directed by Vic Pelletier and Ole Gjerstad, fl. 1991-2015, in Arctic Territories, 9 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 28 mins
The majestic polar bear has sadly come to represent the symbol of climate change and its harmful effects. According to researchers, their numbers in the surrounding areas around Churchill have declined and the animals are loosing weight. In short, the noble animal is not doing well. However, the inhabitants of Arv...
directed by Vic Pelletier and Ole Gjerstad, fl. 1991-2015, in Arctic Territories, 9 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 28 mins
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