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The Green Planet, Episode 1, Forest in Peril
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produced by Bengt Jonson, Sebra-Film, in The Green Planet, Episode 1 (Oslo, Oslo County: Nordic World, 2013), 50 mins
How much time do we have left to find permanent solutions to the problems this world faces: rising ocean-levels, rising populations, rising levels of CO2, rising temperatures? And all shortly to be followed by shortages: a shortage of food, a shortage of fresh water, and above all perhaps, a shortage of space for...
produced by Bengt Jonson, Sebra-Film, in The Green Planet, Episode 1 (Oslo, Oslo County: Nordic World, 2013), 50 mins
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Making a Living: Local Conservation Work in Indonesia
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produced by Dr. Anne Zeller, 1948-; in A Model for Conservation (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER)), 3 mins
In this segment we learn how locals are finding new ways of making money, through working with international research facilities. For example, instead of logging, natives are now helping patrol the forest. Locals have also switched from subsistence farming to growing commercial crops.
produced by Dr. Anne Zeller, 1948-; in A Model for Conservation (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER)), 3 mins
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My Tree For Indonesia
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directed by Yoel Dahan, fl. 2002-2015; produced by Ampersand (Paris, Ile-de-France: Ampersand, 2009), 53 mins
Martin, 13, lives in Paris. Reza lives 10,000 km away, in Sumatra. Because of the distance, language and lifestyle, the two boys' paths should have never crossed. Yet... Anggun, the Indonesian pop star now living in Paris, is the connection between them. She wants to bridge two world apart cultures around the same...
directed by Yoel Dahan, fl. 2002-2015; produced by Ampersand (Paris, Ile-de-France: Ampersand, 2009), 53 mins
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Think Green, Think Green: Episode 20
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produced by Gillian Bartlett and Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, in Think Green (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2006), 22 mins
Carbon Cutting- We look at the UK’s industry drive to address climate change. Indonesia Fish- Scientists may have found the ‘epicentre of marine biodiversity’. Mexico Tyres- Governments are developing projects aimed at recycling old tyres. Colombia’s Forests- A private reserve network helping preserve Colo...
produced by Gillian Bartlett and Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, in Think Green (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2006), 22 mins
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Think Green, Think Green: Episode 23
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produced by Gillian Bartlett and Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, Switch International, in Think Green (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2006), 23 mins
Students climate change: Students from around the world have taken part in a conference on climate change. Gorilla naming: We look at this ceremony aimed at attracting more foreign tourists. Solar panels: Take a look at a British company selling solar panels of all shapes and sizes. Marine conservation Indonesia:...
produced by Gillian Bartlett and Andrew Thomson, fl. 2009-2011, Switch International, in Think Green (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2006), 23 mins
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Where Were You, 3, Asian Tsunami
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in Where Were You, 3 (Geelong, Victoria: World Wide Entertainment, 2011, originally published 2011), 24 mins
There are some global events of such impact that they stay with us forever. They are so important that we sit up and pay attention as they are happening: we sit glued to the television we pour over newspapers we frantically search out more information to understand. This series looks at some of the most shocking e...
in Where Were You, 3 (Geelong, Victoria: World Wide Entertainment, 2011, originally published 2011), 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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Nature Inc., Episode 2, Natural Prevention
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produced by Rob Gould, One Planet Pictures and Dev TV, in Nature Inc., Episode 2 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 21 mins
Natural disasters cost lives but they also cost a great deal of money (US$ 232 billion in 2008 alone). NATURE INC. explores how much better off - and safer - we are in places where natural barriers to disaster remain intact, where forested slopes prevent mudslides and flash floods and coral reefs and mangroves wea...
produced by Rob Gould, One Planet Pictures and Dev TV, in Nature Inc., Episode 2 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 21 mins
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SINGAPORE: Singapore's pollution rises to levels considered hazardous for a fourth day due to forest fires in Indonesia
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produced by ITN Source (London, England: ITN Source, 2013), 4 mins
Haze from fires in Indonesia enveloped Singapore on Saturday (June 22) with pollution levels high in one of Southeast Asia's worst air-pollution crisis. The pollution standards index (PSI) edged to 326 at 1000 local time (0200GMT), a level considered hazardous. The readings are an average taken over 3 hours. Whipp...
produced by ITN Source (London, England: ITN Source, 2013), 4 mins
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Sustainable Futures, 4, Deforestation
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produced by World Wide Entertainment, in Sustainable Futures, 4 (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications), 24 mins
Forests across the globe are declining at an incredible rate. Population growth, poverty, and unequal access to land are among the major causes. In Brazil, an Amazon Rain Forestry Project controls illegal logging, improved certification of land ownership, and preservation projects to drive deforestation down. For...
produced by World Wide Entertainment, in Sustainable Futures, 4 (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications), 24 mins
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