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Toeh Ek Koen Bak Tempat Droe - Don't Litter
PEKKA >> Women Headed Household Empowerment
— May 21, 2009
Community video on keeping the environment clean in Aceh villages.
— February 26, 2010
Short film by David Nerlich 1998. From deification to demonisation, the changing icon of the life-giving sun in the age of ozone depletion marks a spiritual decay that follows in the wake of the physical decay of our natural atmospheric defences. The advent of an evil sun icon also represents a neurotic abnegation of blame onto the sun for what is really the result of destructive human activity. This 3D animation follows a dreaming monologue, with transient voices and imagery floating and exchanging meaning.
Global Development Matters
— March 16, 2008
We all share the same world and the same dreams, but our realities are very different: a billion people live on less than a dollar a day. Rich world policies affect us all. We can transform others’ lives and our world—everyone benefits from global development. The upcoming election is your chance to tell our leaders that global development matters to all of us.
JFCC on Forest - what are the main causes of deforestation? (Nur Masripatin)
— October 22, 2010
Jakarta Foreign Correspondents Club's panel on the Indonesian forest answers questions about deforestation. Sharing her view was Nur Masripatin (Director of the Centre for Social Economy and Policy Research, Ministry of Forestry).
Greenpeace on Rainbow Warrior in Indonesia
— October 22, 2010
In October 2010, the Indonesian government denied entry of Greenpeace legendary vessel the Rainbow Warrior. It was a blow for Greenpeace and the forest campaign, but campaigner Joko Arif ensures that the group will fight on.
EM in NY - Prof Z on FLEFF
— November 16, 2010
The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival at Ithaca College embraces and interrogates sustainability across all of its forms: economic, social, ecological, political, cultural, technological, and aesthetic. The festival is in the spirit of UNESCO’s initiative on sustainable development. This initiative has redefined and expanded environmental issues to explore the international interconnections between war, disease, health, genocide, the land, water, air, food, education, technology, cultural heritage, and diversity. Through film, video, new media, installation, performance, panels, and presentations, the festival engages interdisciplinary dialogue and vigorous debate. It links the local with the global. And it showcases Ithaca College as a regional and national center for thinking differently—in new ways, interfaces, and forms—about the environment and sustainability.
Jantung Sulawesi (Heart of Sulawesi)
— November 07, 2010
Tokalekaju is the last area in the inner Sulawesi that still has forests, savannah, water resources, and paddy fields. This place has been protected by two indigenous tribes, the Toseko and the Torampi. However, for many years, mining companies have tried to enter this territory and to take over the land.
Harvey Norman: Breaking the Chain
The Last Stand
— August 30, 2011
Harvey Norman's chain of forest destruction broken by activists across Australia. Four arrests, four massive actions. Check out this amazing new film from The Last Stand. Check out www.thelaststand.org.au for more information on this campaign.
Nature’s Investment Bank
— December 11, 2007
Marine protected areas can contribute to poverty reduction. In a preview of this documentary, a local leader from Waiqanake, Fiji tells in his own words how marine protected areas have improved his community's wellbeing and helped reduce poverty. "Nature's Investment Bank" is a companion to a quantitative and qualitative analysis of more than 1,000 interviews and group discussions in four countries that show how specific marine protected areas have contributed to local poverty reduction.
Barrick Gold's mine in Lake Cowal, the 'Sacred Heartland of the Wiradjuri Nation'
— April 26, 2011
Three supporters of the Save Lake Cowal campaign took the journey to the lake on Monday 18 April. Waking up on Tuesday morning on the edge of Lake Cowal to the sounds of birds, water lapping at it's shores and the constant drone of Barrick's mine, Nat, Damian and Ryan explored the lake by foot and then set off from Forbes in a Cessna to take photos and video from the air. These photos clearly show the stupidity of building a mine in a lake bed.
No Harvey No! Global 24 hours of action for Australia's forests
The Last Stand
— September 15, 2011
On Saturday 8 October in Australia (which might be your 7th or 8th Oct depending on timezone) join us to stand up for our forests at Harvey Norman stores and other locations across Australia and the planet and say No Harvey Norman No! Stop selling Aussie forest destruction!
All Mining is Dangerous (Taring Padi pt2.)
— July 01, 2011
A short interview with Mohamad Yusuf as Ucup about collaboration between Indonesian artist collective Taring Padi and US based artist collective, Justseeds Artists. Ucup describes the woodcut produced by Taring Padi artists.
Festival Mata Air 2007
— April 30, 2012
In 2007, Festival Mata Air took place in Pancuran and Kalitaman, in Salatiga, Central Java. This is an archive video from the Festival with interviews with some of the organisers.
2010 Australian Federal Election Wrap Up
— September 10, 2010
Australia takes its first step out of the pollution politics quagmire. The Climate Institute's CEO, John Connor, welcomes the emphasis on clean energy and climate change by the independents. Filmed at The Climate Institute's Sydney office on Tuesday, 7 September 2010.
Green Minute: Grace Potter
— October 09, 2007
Grace Potter lead singer of Grace Potter and the Nocturnals sits down to talk about the environmental issues she feels are most urgent, and what we can all do about them.
— July 30, 2010
Oily Hair - A short documentary that looks into how people are taking matters into their own hands to fight the gulf oil spill in innovative and creative ways.
Save Ruoergai Wetland
— November 04, 2008
Ruoergai is the wetland-prairie up in the highlands of the north eastern region of China. It is the major source of the water of the Yellow River and it is fast becoming a desert.
BHP Billiton Action, Perth, Western Australia
— November 24, 2009
On Thursday 29 October 30 people protested outside BHP Billiton's Head Office in Perth. The action took place to highlight the concerns around BHP Billiton's proposed Yeelirrie uranium mine in the Mid West of Western Australia as well as the ongoing 'radioactive racisim' that has existed since the military and civilian arms of the nuclear industry began in Australia. The action also took place at the same time as BHP Billiton's AGM in London in solidarity with Colombian community who were attending the meeting to voice their concerns around BHP Billitons Cerrejon Coal Mine on their lands. For more info: http://protestbhpbilliton.wordpress.com http://bhpbillitonwatch.wordpress.com
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