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February 11 2014

13:00

Seeds of Permaculture

Seeds of PermacultureOne of the reasons for shooting this film is the global climate change. All around the world, as you know, places are experiencing odd weather events. All around the world, whether you're in South America, in North America, in Europe, in Asia, people are experiencing weather patterns...

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Tags: Environment

January 08 2014

21:23

Summer of (Family) Love

Summer of (Family) LoveKirsten 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 family of five. So...

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Tags: Environment

January 05 2014

14:10

Nuclear Exodus

Nuclear ExodusRight 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, we shared fashion, music...

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Tags: Environment

December 02 2013

14:47

The Sixth Extinction

The Sixth ExtinctionEverywhere 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 extinctions have been the...

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Tags: Environment

November 25 2013

22:15

The Next Wave

The Next WaveOne 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 time, in a children's...

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Tags: Environment

November 18 2013

16:00

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 erosion, soil compaction, salinisation,...

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Tags: Environment

November 07 2013

18:01

Mother: Caring for 7 Billion

Mother: Caring for 7 BillionThe type of world in which our ancestors lived for hundreds of thousands of years women probably had four to six children in a lifetime. Half of those children would die before they could reproduce. So the only thing we can be sure about in human population...

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Tags: Environment

October 28 2013

13:00

Back to Eden

Back to EdenWhen 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. Can one fathom how...

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Tags: Environment

September 19 2013

19:51

Sacred Spirit of Water

Sacred Spirit of WaterWater 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 everyone will be affected...

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Tags: Environment

August 17 2013

13:22

Canada’s Toxic Chemical Valley

Canada’s Toxic Chemical ValleyThe First Nation of Aamjiwnaang’s burial grounds is located in Sarnia, Ontario. These people have been there for hundreds of years. And about 70 years ago, they got some great new neighbors. The first thing you notice when you visit Sarnia, Ontario, is the smell. Imagine a...

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Tags: Environment

August 09 2013

12:00

Shift: Beyond the Numbers of the Climate Crisis

Shift: Beyond the Numbers of the Climate CrisisWhat is climate change? For many, it sparks images of polar bears on melting ice caps, rising oceans, and polluting smokestacks. We easily ignored the changing climate when it just led to these distant problems, but now we’re experiencing the effects of climate change firsthand. The dots...

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Tags: Environment

July 22 2013

12:00

To the Last Drop

To the Last DropCanadian 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. A century of secure...

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Tags: Environment

July 18 2013

12:00

Do the Math

Do the MathLike most people, Bill (environmentalist and co-founder of 350.org), is not an activist by nature. There’s really not that many people whose greatest desire it to go out and fight the system. His theory of change was that he’ll write his book, people will read it and...

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Tags: Environment

June 29 2013

12:00

Permaculture: A Quiet Revolution

Permaculture: A Quiet RevolutionOn the eighth International Permaculture Convergence over 200 permaculture design course graduates and their mentors have gathered in Brazil. Together, they unite 43 countries in the common goal of preparing for and mitigating our looming global crisis. Their strategy’s clear: Create sustainability now through self-reliance. The eighth

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Tags: Environment

May 17 2013

12:00

Salmon Confidential

Salmon ConfidentialSalmon Confidential is a new film on the government cover up of what is killing BC’s wild salmon. When biologist Alexandra Morton discovers BC’s wild salmon are testing positive for dangerous European salmon viruses associated with salmon farming worldwide, a chain of events is set off by

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Tags: Environment

May 15 2013

12:00

Turlock

TurlockIn February of 2012, the owners of A&L Poultry – a 50,000 hen egg farm – stopped feeding the hens in their care, leaving the birds without food for more than two weeks. When officials discovered the farm, 17,000 hens had starved to death. State officials began

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Tags: Environment

May 11 2013

20:00

Damocracy

DamocracyA documentary that debunks the myth of large-scale dams as clean energy and a solution to climate change. It records the priceless cultural and natural heritage the world would lose in the Amazon and Mesopotamia if two planned large-scale dams are built, Belo Monte dam in Brazil,

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Tags: Environment

March 22 2013

13:00

Crash Course: Ecology

Crash Course: EcologyWith a solid understanding of biology, it’s time for the long view – how the living things interact with and influence each other and their environments. Life is powerful, and in order to understand how living systems work, you first have to understand how they originated, developed

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Tags: Environment

March 20 2013

13:00

Introduction to Permaculture Design

Introduction to Permaculture DesignPermaculture is a system for sustainable living on Earth that benefits all creatures and supplies all the needs of humanity. Present systems are failing miserably: resource depletion, water storage, degraded landscape, food shortage, climate change. All these things are negative and we don’t need to focus on

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Tags: Environment

March 13 2013

14:02

Edible City: Grow the Revolution

Edible City: Grow the RevolutionEdible City is a fun, fast-paced journey through the Local Good Food movement that’s taking root in the San Francisco Bay Area, across the nation and around the world. Introducing a diverse cast of extraordinary and eccentric characters who are challenging the paradigm of our broken food

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Tags: Environment
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