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A Lot in Common

A Lot in Common

A group of eccentric Berkeley neighbors led by an energetic octogenarian reclaim a vacant wasteland and find they have a lot in common.

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Acting Locally

Acting Locally – Protecting Our Land and Air

Businesses and government agencies are more likely to respond to community concerns when they know people are organized and aware about the environmental hazards in their communities.

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Acting Locally

Acting Locally – Protecting Our Waterways

From educating neighbors on how to keep our lakes and rivers clean and safe, to trying to control the flow of water into Louisiana’s bayou.

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Up Thornton Creek

Up Thornton Creek

When a city government illegally permits a developer to build on salmon stream, local citizens decide they must take action and sue. Sparks fly high and wild.

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Trash is a Failure of Imagination

Trash is a Failure of Imagination

The adage “one person’s trash is another person’s treasure,” comes to life in this program, which takes a look at a handful of artists who use recycled materials as the foundation of their work

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Napo Wildlife Center: Para los Futuros

Napo Wildlife Center: Para los Futuros

A community in Amazonian Ecuador has saved 82 square miles of rainforest by building an eco-tourism lodge.

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New Shepherds of the Farm

New Shepherds of the Farm

Meet cattle whisperer Temple Grandin. Temple was the recent subject of a dramatized, Emmy award-winning movie, but even the best drama can’t replicate the experience of seeing her in person.

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Nora!

Nora!

Three decades after opening Restaurant Nora, the nation’s first certified organic restaurant, Nora Pouillon continues to advocate a holistic organic lifestyle. Nora’s story takes us from local farms to farmers’ markets, kitchens and tables as we celebrate one of the most influential pioneers and leaders in the organic and local-food movement.

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The Edge of the Sea

The Edge of the Sea

The Edge of the Sea Tells the story of Edwin ‘Pauco’ Font, a 61-year old third generation fisherman from Rincon, Puerto Rico.

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Connect

Connect – A New Ecological Paradigm

Young activists around the world are uniting to protect their ecological inheritance. Hosted by R.E.M.’s Michael Stipe.

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Richard Nelson

Richard Nelson’s Alaska

Cultural anthropologist Richard Nelson lives in Alaska, studying wild places and the connections between people and nature. “Richard Nelson’s Alaska” introduces us to these people and places, and will leave you more curious about our Earth. Nelson motivates us to find our own ways to participate in preserving America’s wild places.

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The Story of More Stuff

The Story of More Stuff

Three short animated documentaries change the way you look at all the stuff in your life forever. The Story of Bottled Water, The Story of Cosmetics, the Story of Electronics.

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Watershed Revolution

Watershed Revolution

Watershed Revolution asks the question “What is a Watershed?”

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