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  PLASTIC STATE OF MIND - Parody with Purpose
  Using music & comedy to show you what you can do to fight the toxic plastic industry. from Green Sangha: http://bit.ly/greensanghaplastics NEWS FLASH: Congrats to LA County for Banning the Plastic Bag Yesterday! Ben Zolno - Writer/Lyricist/Director/Bag Boy/Editor Glenn Sauber...
  BP oil spill catastrophe on Grand Isle
  The oil spill catastrophe has arrived at Grand Isle. Music is by John Adams.
  Gulf Workers SICK From Gulf Spill & Cleanup
  A QUESTION WE MUST ASK OURSELVES. How bad could this go? We are just at the beginning. Consider death and debilitating illness caused by the following, simple exposure to the crude oil and make-up..
  Crisis looms in drought-stricken Niger - Nov 8 08
  In Niger, there are too many mouths to feed, and not enough productive land. The country already struggles with extreme poverty but now Niger is being hard hit by climate change. Rural populations are being starved off their land and as a result there is a mass exodus into the cities. Al Jazeera's May Ying Maya Welsh Welsh reports.
  Endangered minds of Niger's future generation - 18 Jul 08
  Educating their children is the key to the future for Tuareg nomads who are losing their traditional way of life. However, in Tazerzait, a remote area of northern Niger, the only school was seized by the army and turned into a barracks to fight the Tuareg rebellion. Niger's civil war is damaging its children, and destroying the potential of the country as a whole. Al Jazeera's May Ying Maya Welsh reports from northern Niger on the endangered minds of the Sahara's future.
  Desertification threatens Niger's nomads - 15 July 08
  The effects of global warming can be starkly seen in the Sahara desert, where Niger is one of the countries most vulnerable. Al Jazeera's May Ying Maya Welsh reports from the country, where she found a bedouin tribe fighting possible extinction.
  Dirty Oil Trailer
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  Japan's eco-recovery plan (Reuters)
  Sep 11 - Japan looks to hybrid autos as a path out of deep recession that struck following the collapse of Lehman Brothers one year ago. Chika Osaka of Reuters TV reports.
  Food, Inc., Trailer
  In Food, Inc., filmmaker Robert Kenner lifts the veil on our nation's food industry, exposing the highly mechanized underbelly that has been hidden from the American consumer with the consent of our government's regulatory agencies, USDA and FDA. Our nation's food supply is now controlled by a handful of corporations that often put profit ahead of consumer health, the livelihood of the American farmer, the safety of workers and our own environment. We have bigger-breasted chickens, the perfect pork chop, herbicide-resistant soybean seeds, even tomatoes that won't go bad, but we also have new strains of E. coli??he harmful bacteria that causes illness for an estimated 73,000 Americans annually. We are riddled with widespread obesity, particularly among children, and an epidemic level of diabetes among adults. For more information: http://www.foodincmovie.com
  50 Million Trees and Counting: Trees for the Future
  This 8 minute video documents the work of Dave Deppner and Trees for the Future. Communities around the world turn to Trees for the Future for technical knowledge and planting materials so that they can bring degraded lands and struggling farmlands back to sustainable productivity. Since 1988, Trees for the Future (TFTF) has helped thousands of communities in Central America, Africa, and Asia improve their livelihoods and their environment by planting nearly 50 million trees in agroforestry and reforestation projects. Each year these trees remove over one million tons of CO2 from the atmosphere. For more information: www.plant-trees.org
  Weatland Tube
  Weatland Tube
  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 12
  Program #12 - Interviews with Mary Lee Orr, Director of the Louisiana Environmental Action Network and Janice Dickerson member of the Gulf Coast Tenants Association. Also, footage from an eco-mardi gras.
  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 11
  Program #11 - Interviews with people discussing how the New Orleans street car system was dismantled by large corporations like General Motors to replace them with diesel burning buses. Also, music from the St. Charles Street Car Band. Save Our Wetlands members inform people on the street about how big oil corporations like Shell Oil are buying up sponsorship of Earth Days.
  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 10
  Program #10 - In front of the federal courts building in New Orleans, Save Our Wetlands executive attorney speaks out against the dangers of the Waterford III Nuclear Power Plant that is twenty-five miles up river from New Orleans, Louisiana.
  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 9
  Program #9 - New Orleans folk singer, Harlan White, opens the show with his beautiful original composition "Louisiana" for an highly energized toxic march led by jazz bands. In the studio, interviews are conducted between the founder of Save Our Wetlands, Inc. and the director of a leading black environmental organization.
  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 7
  Program #7 - Interviews with Dennis Formento, founder of the Oyster Shell Alliance, Gary Groesch, Director of the Alliance for Affordable Energy discuss problems of evacuation in case of a nuclear power plant fuel core meltdown; clowns and space cadets discuss these horrible realities. A Jazz Funeral is celebrated for the death of nuclear power.
  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 6
  Program #6 - Scenes of a toxic march joined by a brass jazz band chanting for clean air and water. In the studio, there is an interview with the organizer of the "Toxic Parade", Pat Brine the director of the Gulf Coast Tentants Association. Also, interviews with Avery Alexander Louisiana state Represenative.
  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 5
  Program #5 - South Vietnamese refugees protest a landfill scheduled to be opened near their fishing village in South Louisiana. The director of the African-American Environmental Coalition protests the proposed construction of a Formosa Chemical Plant in a small black rural community.
  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 4
  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 4
  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 3
  Program #3 - There are discussions about energy options such as solar energy, the dangers of nuclear waste and a need for "ecological responsibility". Interviews with Dennis Formento, founder of the Oyster Shell Alliance, Gary Groesch, Director of the Alliance for Affordable Energy, and John Clark, President of the Delta Greens. The founder of Save Our Wetlands, Inc., introduces the Mardi Gras King of Clowns to discuss environmental issues.
 

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