Environment - 4

Summer of (Family) Love

Summer of (Family) Love

Kirsten Dirksen (the author of "We The Tiny House People") has never traveled with her home in tow, but last summer she had stories to film along the West Coast and she wanted to experiment just how much shelter was necessary for a...

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Nuclear Exodus

Nuclear Exodus

Right now there are more people connected to the Internet than there were on the planet when WWII began. And we all started doing a very special thing... we started sharing everything, with everyone, everywhere. We shared what we loved, what we hated,...

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The Sixth Extinction

The Sixth Extinction

Everywhere around the world habitat destruction continues and we don't know what this is going to do because other extinctions have not been like this one. They haven't been wholesale removal of habitats because of the activities of one species. The previous great...

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The Next Wave

The Next Wave

One man's little daughter is unaccounted for after the huge tsunami destroyed the nearby town of Okuma, Japan in March 2011. The Government stopped searching for her long time ago. But her father, Norio Kimura, has not and never will. At the same...

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Fed Up!

Fed Up!

In the harvest of 1999, 60% of Canada's canola crop, 90% of Argentina's soybean crop, 50% of the US' soybean crop, and 33% of the US' corn crop was genetically engineered. Industrial agriculture is damaging the basis for future production. We've got soil...

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Back to Eden

Back to Eden

When you look at the incredible landscape on planet Earth, all the different terrains, the varying soil conditions, the awesome water features, oceans, lakes, rivers, streams, the waterfalls, the different climates, the huge amounts of plants and groundcovers, the requirements are so varied....

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Words from the Edge

Words from the Edge

For many years the environmental movement has assumed that if you want get people to do something, if you want to engage people, basically what you have to do is to make as efficiently depressing film or write as sufficiently horrific and miserable...

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Sacred Spirit of Water

Sacred Spirit of Water

Water is a living organism, water is sacred, water is life, water is worth defending and protecting for those yet unborn. Rivers and lakes in Alberta don't stop at provincial borders. These rivers and lakes flow throughout Canada and the United States, therefore...

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To the Last Drop

To the Last Drop

Canadian wilderness sits atop what many think is the biggest deposit of oil on the planet. A sea of sand soaked with bitumen - the Tar Sands. The Tar Sands now supply more oil to the United States than any other foreign source....

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