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Green Matters, Green Good News
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produced by Margaret Drane, fl. 1977-2018 and Paul Drane, fl. 1975, Film Ideas, in Green Matters (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2009), 21 mins
That old adage “what you don’t know can’t hurt you” doesn’t hold up as well when we’re speaking of the environment. Around the globe environmental news worthy events are happening that could have close and serious consequence. But there is other news too, really good and hopeful news, news you should...
produced by Margaret Drane, fl. 1977-2018 and Paul Drane, fl. 1975, Film Ideas, in Green Matters (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2009), 21 mins
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Green Matters, Green Matters, Episode 1
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produced by Nick Farrow, in Green Matters (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2009), 23 mins
Kenya Rain Harvesting- Masai women in Kenya are harvesting rainwater and collecting it in tanks, which has improved water supplies and done away with the daily trek to collect river water. Organic Mattresses- Welsh sheep are noisy but very hardy. Native to wales and its sometimes harsh environment, they are tough...
produced by Nick Farrow, in Green Matters (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2009), 23 mins
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Green Matters, Green Matters, Episode 6
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produced by Nick Farrow, in Green Matters (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2009), 23 mins
Eco-toilet- A standard British toilet uses nine litres of tap water each time it’s used. That adds up to over 2 billion litres of clean water flushed away In the UK alone, every day. A potential answer to the problem is this--the Propelair Eco-toilet. Reindeer Festival- Each year Russia’s Koryak people Gather...
produced by Nick Farrow, in Green Matters (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2009), 23 mins
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Green Matters, Green Matters, Episode 17
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produced by Nick Farrow, in Green Matters (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2009), 23 mins
Car Sharing- At the condo Karen Weiss shares with her husband, an extra car space costs $10,000. Karen opted instead to sell her Jeep and joined 'Community Car', a member based car-sharing organization. Coelacanth- The fish was a Coelacanth, dating back at least 400 million years. Believed extinct for 70 million y...
produced by Nick Farrow, in Green Matters (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2009), 23 mins
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Green Matters, Green Matters, Episode 18
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produced by Nick Farrow, in Green Matters (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2009), 23 mins
Liechtenstein- It could be straight out of 'The Sound of Music'--but it’s not Salzburg. It’s the principality of Liechtenstein, the last German-speaking Monarchy in the world. Snuggled between Switzerland and Austria, it’s Europe’s fourth smallest country, covering an area of only 160 square kilometres. Bu...
produced by Nick Farrow, in Green Matters (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2009), 23 mins
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Green Matters, Green Matters, Episode 20
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produced by Nick Farrow, in Green Matters (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2009), 23 mins
Artificial Reef- It looks a bit like giant, underwater Lego, but this is actually an artificial coral reef near the Red Sea resort, Eilat. A collaboration between Jordan and Israel, it’s being built as an alternative diving site to take the pressure off existing reefs, at least half of which have already been de...
produced by Nick Farrow, in Green Matters (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2009), 23 mins
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Green Matters, Alternative Energy
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produced by Paul Drane, fl. 1975 and Margaret Drane, fl. 1977-2018, World Wide Entertainment, in Green Matters (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2008), 22 mins
Most everyone realizes the environmental and economic cost for the dependence on fossil fuels for energy, foreign or domestic. So it makes sense to embrace other technologies that are cost efficient and sustainable, yet reduce their negative impact on the planet. Governments, industries, and people worldwide are f...
produced by Paul Drane, fl. 1975 and Margaret Drane, fl. 1977-2018, World Wide Entertainment, in Green Matters (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2008), 22 mins
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Green Matters, Bio Fuels
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produced by Paul Drane, fl. 1975 and Margaret Drane, fl. 1977-2018, World Wide Entertainment, in Green Matters (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2008), 23 mins
What do animal dung in Israel and leftover cooking oils in North America have in common? Both are being used as bio fuels for powering industrial equipment and motor vehicles. Combine this with efforts to process coconut oil from Uganda and soy from Argentina and you have the hopeful beginnings for fossil fuel ind...
produced by Paul Drane, fl. 1975 and Margaret Drane, fl. 1977-2018, World Wide Entertainment, in Green Matters (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2008), 23 mins
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Green Matters, Conservation
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produced by Margaret Drane, fl. 1977-2018 and Paul Drane, fl. 1975, World Wide Entertainment, in Green Matters (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2008), 23 mins
With a growing world population, paying close attention to the optimum use and not abuse of natural resources is a compassionate idea. Whether it's reclaiming the desert in China or harvesting water in Kenya, we'll understand the important benefits of resource allocation. Preserving by conserving, what an importan...
produced by Margaret Drane, fl. 1977-2018 and Paul Drane, fl. 1975, World Wide Entertainment, in Green Matters (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2008), 23 mins
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Green Matters, Eco-Tourism
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produced by Paul Drane, fl. 1975 and Margaret Drane, fl. 1977-2018, World Wide Entertainment, in Green Matters (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2008), 21 mins
What a novel idea, getting up close and personal with plants, animals, and the environment and then leaving it just as it was found. Without impact, or damage! Sometimes that means bypassing that once-in-a-lifetime experience or forsaking the urge for a take-home souvenir. It’s important to remind ourselves that...
produced by Paul Drane, fl. 1975 and Margaret Drane, fl. 1977-2018, World Wide Entertainment, in Green Matters (Wheeling, IL: Film Ideas, 2008), 21 mins
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