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Climate Change Impacting Australia’s Bushfires: Cormann
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(New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2020), 3 mins
Jan.23 -- Australian Finance Minister Mathias Cormann discusses the impact of climate change on brushfires, global trade and the nation’s economy and credit rating. He speaks at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
(New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2020), 3 mins
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I Have Seen the Change
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directed by Dr. Scott Weichenthal, fl. 2010 and Matt LeMay, fl. 2010; produced by LeMay Media (Pembroke, ON: LeMay Media, 2019), 29 mins
According to Environment Canada, floods are the costliest natural disaster in Canada in terms of property damage. They are also the most common. In this new production from filmmaker Matt LeMay, we look at extreme weather events, in particular flooding. Using Belleville, ON as the primary example, we hear homeowne...
directed by Dr. Scott Weichenthal, fl. 2010 and Matt LeMay, fl. 2010; produced by LeMay Media (Pembroke, ON: LeMay Media, 2019), 29 mins
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How to Advocate for Local Transit in Your Community
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presented by Jen Hawse, fl. 2018; produced by Island Press (District of Columbia: Island Press, 2019), 1 hour 5 mins

What are the best methods in advocating for better transportation in your city? What do you say at a planning meeting? Who do you even direct your concerns to? What changes can you even affect?

Christof Spieler, author of Trains, Buses, People: An Opinionated Atlas of US Transit, has been in your shoes. Christof,...

presented by Jen Hawse, fl. 2018; produced by Island Press (District of Columbia: Island Press, 2019), 1 hour 5 mins
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Island Press - Urban Resilience Project
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presented by Jane Jang, fl. 2019; produced by Katharine Sucher, fl. 2019, Jaime Jennings, fl. 2019 and Kyler Geoffroy, fl. 2019, Island Press (District of Columbia: Island Press, 2019), 1 hour 8 mins
Daniel Imhoff and Christina Badaracco, co-authors of The Farm Bill: A Citizen's Guide, speak with congressional staffers about the new farm bill and the implications of food policy. They are joined by Mike Lavender, Senior Manager of Government Affairs for the Union of Concerned Scientists' Food & Environment prog...
presented by Jane Jang, fl. 2019; produced by Katharine Sucher, fl. 2019, Jaime Jennings, fl. 2019 and Kyler Geoffroy, fl. 2019, Island Press (District of Columbia: Island Press, 2019), 1 hour 8 mins
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Last Call for the Bayou
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directed by Dominic Gill, fl. 2009; produced by Nadia Gill, fl. 2011; performed by Gleason Alexis, Kasha Clay, Ben Depp, fl. 2005, Dr. Alex Kolker, fl. 2007 and Albertine Kimble, fl. 2010 (Portland, OR: Collective Eye Films, 2019), 54 mins
Louisiana’s delta is a veritable bounty of rich estuarine life, supporting a robust commercial fishing industry, fertile oil fields, millions of migrating waterfowl, and at the heart of it all the mighty Mississippi -- a navigation channel that allows the passage of goods worldwide. It is not an overstatement to...
directed by Dominic Gill, fl. 2009; produced by Nadia Gill, fl. 2011; performed by Gleason Alexis, Kasha Clay, Ben Depp, fl. 2005, Dr. Alex Kolker, fl. 2007 and Albertine Kimble, fl. 2010 (Portland, OR: Collective Eye Films, 2019), 54 mins
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L’Eau Est La Vie (Water Is Life): From Standing Rock To The Swamp
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directed by Sam Vinal, fl. 2014; produced by Melissa Cox, fl. 2016, Mutual Aid Media (Los Angeles, CA: Mutual Aid Media, 2019), 24 mins
On the banks of Louisiana, fierce Indigenous women are ready to fight—to stop the corporate blacksnake and preserve their way of life. They are risking everything to protect Mother Earth from the predatory fossil fuel companies that seek to poison it.
directed by Sam Vinal, fl. 2014; produced by Melissa Cox, fl. 2016, Mutual Aid Media (Los Angeles, CA: Mutual Aid Media, 2019), 24 mins
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PBS NewsHour, Aug 22, 2019, In Europe, Business Booms When Cruise Ships Arrive — But Is It Worth The Bother?
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produced by NewsHour Productions, in PBS NewsHour, Aug 22, 2019 (Arlington, VA: NewsHour Productions LLC, 2019), 7 mins
Cruise liners offer scenic views you can’t replicate from land, but they also cause downstream consequences. In Europe, some beautiful waterfront cities are joining forces to limit the impact of thousands of passengers being disgorged onto their picturesque streets. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant repo...
produced by NewsHour Productions, in PBS NewsHour, Aug 22, 2019 (Arlington, VA: NewsHour Productions LLC, 2019), 7 mins
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The River and the Wall
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directed by Ben Masters, fl. 2015; produced by Hillary Pierce, fl. 2007, Rio Grande Film, Fin & Fur Films and Cedar Creek Productions (El Segundo, CA: Gravitas Ventures, 2019), 1 hour 50 mins
Five friends embark on a 1,200-mile mountain bike, horse, and canoe expedition down the Rio Grande to document the borderlands before construction of a wall and to explore how it would impact wildlife, immigration, public lands, border security, and landowners. Told through stunning cinematography, the film will t...
directed by Ben Masters, fl. 2015; produced by Hillary Pierce, fl. 2007, Rio Grande Film, Fin & Fur Films and Cedar Creek Productions (El Segundo, CA: Gravitas Ventures, 2019), 1 hour 50 mins
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A Texas Myth
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directed by David Fenster, fl. 2010 and Joseph Cashiola, fl. 2007; produced by Jessica Wolfson, fl. 2001-2018, David Fenster, fl. 2010 and Joseph Cashiola, fl. 2007, Glass Mountains LLC (Portland, OR: Collective Eye Films, 2019), 54 mins
The Glover family invites an indigenous activist group to start a protest camp on their land in West Texas. They call the camp Two Rivers and fight the same company that built the pipeline at Standing Rock. As several industrial projects threaten the region, their struggle reveals much about the colonial legacy o...
directed by David Fenster, fl. 2010 and Joseph Cashiola, fl. 2007; produced by Jessica Wolfson, fl. 2001-2018, David Fenster, fl. 2010 and Joseph Cashiola, fl. 2007, Glass Mountains LLC (Portland, OR: Collective Eye Films, 2019), 54 mins
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Why The Florida Keys Still Need Support, A Year And A Half After Hurricane Irma
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produced by NewsHour Productions (Arlington, VA: NewsHour Productions, 2019), 7 mins
In March, FEMA ended its temporary housing program for people affected by Hurricane Irma, which slammed the Florida Keys in September 2017. But as rebuilding continues after one of the costliest storms in U.S. history, shelter for survivors and volunteers continues to be a major challenge in an area known for a cr...
produced by NewsHour Productions (Arlington, VA: NewsHour Productions, 2019), 7 mins
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