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Architects of Change, Season 1, Episode 9, Growth the Green Way
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directed by Jean Bourbonnais, in Architects of Change, Season 1, Episode 9 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 52 mins
The economic growth of industrialized nations, motivated by the pursuit of ever-greater profits, has driven a blind and irrational exploitation of the planet’s non-renewable natural resources. Since the industrial revolution, the market economy has dictated the standards of a capitalist system that has shown lit...
directed by Jean Bourbonnais, in Architects of Change, Season 1, Episode 9 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 52 mins
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Architects of Change, Season 3, Episode 1, Visionaries
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directed by Jean Bourbonnais, in Architects of Change, Season 3, Episode 1 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 52 mins
Revolutionizing the world is an ambitious project to say the least, and our dream will only become reality if we are willing to take things one step at a time. More and more people agree that we must act locally to create a global impact. However, in order to change people’s mentalities and habits, we need to he...
directed by Jean Bourbonnais, in Architects of Change, Season 3, Episode 1 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 52 mins
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Biology: The Fabric of Life, Global Warming and Ozone Depletion
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directed by Bill Wisneski, fl. 1997-2017; presented by Dan Sourbeer, fl. 1999; produced by Bill Wisneski, fl. 1997-2017, Palomar College. Educational Television, in Biology: The Fabric of Life (San Marcos, CA: Palomar Community College, 2006), 29 mins
Last in the series of general biology lectures, this session explores global warming and ozone depletion, considering evidence of their existence and possible causes and effects. It explains albedo and emissivity, greenhouse gases and cooling effects, and the composition and importance of ozone. The program also a...
directed by Bill Wisneski, fl. 1997-2017; presented by Dan Sourbeer, fl. 1999; produced by Bill Wisneski, fl. 1997-2017, Palomar College. Educational Television, in Biology: The Fabric of Life (San Marcos, CA: Palomar Community College, 2006), 29 mins
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Elements, Elements, Episode 5
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produced by Nick Farrow, in Elements (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2002), 24 mins
Earth- Logging and the environment: Indonesia’s National Parks. Water- Vietnam: Van Ninh District self-sufficient thanks to lobster farming. Cause And Effect- Somalia: Mild narcotic Miraa an alternative to drinking alcohol. Water- Planned satellite project: Mapping the wave patterns of every great ocean on Earth...
produced by Nick Farrow, in Elements (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2002), 24 mins
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Forever Wild
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directed by Chelsea Congdon, fl. 1999-2016; produced by Chelsea Congdon, fl. 1999-2016, First Light Films and KQED-TV (San Francisco, CA: The Video Project, 2009), 59 mins
Forever Wild celebrates America's commitment to wilderness and its preservation. Shot in high definition, the film captures the glory of undeveloped, wild places through visually stunning images. It also profiles America’s modern wilderness heroes – individuals who have volunteered countless hours and immeasur...
directed by Chelsea Congdon, fl. 1999-2016; produced by Chelsea Congdon, fl. 1999-2016, First Light Films and KQED-TV (San Francisco, CA: The Video Project, 2009), 59 mins
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The Good Fight: The Martin Litton Story
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produced by Mark Fraser, fl. 2015, Michael Powers, 1965- and Boris Zubov, fl. 1997-2017 (San Francisco, CA: The Video Project, 2010), 48 mins
The Good Fight chronicles the extraordinary efforts of one of the leading conservationists of modern times, who continued his activism into his 90s. Martin Litton, known as the "Grand Old Man of the Canyon," is revered as the man who saved the Grand Canyon by preventing dams from being built on the Colorado River...
produced by Mark Fraser, fl. 2015, Michael Powers, 1965- and Boris Zubov, fl. 1997-2017 (San Francisco, CA: The Video Project, 2010), 48 mins
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Green Economy, Green Building
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directed by Tim Van Blaricom, fl. 2014 and Kyle Justice, fl. 2014; presented by Don McCoy, fl. 2014 and Andrew Mallory, fl. 2000; produced by Tim Van Blaricom, fl. 2014 and Kyle Justice, fl. 2014, in Green Economy (Film Ideas, 2014), 20 mins
Trends these days are to not build homes and buildings to code but to standards that are much more efficient. Windows, doors, insulation, heating, cooling and even the countertops in some kitchens are more efficient and made with less and less toxic methods. We will be visiting one of the most efficient homes on...
directed by Tim Van Blaricom, fl. 2014 and Kyle Justice, fl. 2014; presented by Don McCoy, fl. 2014 and Andrew Mallory, fl. 2000; produced by Tim Van Blaricom, fl. 2014 and Kyle Justice, fl. 2014, in Green Economy (Film Ideas, 2014), 20 mins
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Green Economy, Green Education
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directed by Tim Van Blaricom, fl. 2014 and Kyle Justice, fl. 2014; presented by Don McCoy, fl. 2014 and Andrew Mallory, fl. 2000; produced by Tim Van Blaricom, fl. 2014 and Kyle Justice, fl. 2014, in Green Economy (Film Ideas, 2015), 20 mins
Universities like Oregon State, Montana Tech & Portland State are adding degrees to their curriculum that cover many new sustainable trends.
directed by Tim Van Blaricom, fl. 2014 and Kyle Justice, fl. 2014; presented by Don McCoy, fl. 2014 and Andrew Mallory, fl. 2000; produced by Tim Van Blaricom, fl. 2014 and Kyle Justice, fl. 2014, in Green Economy (Film Ideas, 2015), 20 mins
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Looking for John Muir
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written by Robert Perkins, fl. 1991; directed by Robert Perkins, fl. 1991 (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 1996), 56 mins
Robert Perkins retraces the steps of 19th century Scottish naturalist John Muir, who walked through one thousand miles of the American South in 1867. Perkins takes to the road to provide a personal assessment of how the Southern landscape has changed since Muir's time and examines some of the environmental damage...
written by Robert Perkins, fl. 1991; directed by Robert Perkins, fl. 1991 (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 1996), 56 mins
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The Importance of Faith in Mayan Healing
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produced by Eva Langsdorff, 1977- and Guido Verweyen, 1972-; in Sastun: My Apprenticeship With A Maya Healer (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 2002), 1 min
The ancient Maya did not separate the physical world from the spiritual. Faith and prayer is a vital component of Mayan healing.
produced by Eva Langsdorff, 1977- and Guido Verweyen, 1972-; in Sastun: My Apprenticeship With A Maya Healer (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 2002), 1 min
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