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Last Journey for the Leatherback?

Last Journey for the Leatherback?

Scientists predict the giant Pacific leatherback sea turtle, which has survived unchanged for over 100 million years, could vanish in the next 5 to 30 years if threats from wasteful industrial fishing are not curtailed.

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Building Community with Greenspace

Building Community with Greenspace

Yale students work together with many different urban New Haven neighborhoods to create green spaces, urban rehabilitation, safety and pride.

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East and West

East and West

All over the world, people are working together and using the natural resources around them to protect their lands and keep them as nature intended them to be.

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Justice for Bhopal: 20 Years Later

Justice for Bhopal: 20 Years Later

More than 20 years after the Union Carbide’s industrial disaster in Bhopal, India, people still have to fight for the cleaning of contaminated zones, the supply of drinkable water and for medical research.

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It’s Not Just Empty Space, with David Suzuki

Earth + Air + Fire + Water = Life.

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Protecting America

Protecting America

What do an expert on Mississippi delta restoration, an urban park caretaker, and a congressional act have in common?

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Transportation Solutions

Transportation Solutions

3 Shorts about energy used for transportation.

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The Soup Peddler

The Soup Peddler

Unconventional cyclist provides a literal interpretation of the Slow Food Movement, delivering homemade soup through his eco-responsible micro-business, reconnecting people to their food.

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The Naturalist

The Naturalist

Meet the woodsman called the John Muir of the Ozarks.

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The Last Stand: Heroes at the Ballona Wetlands

The Last Stand: Heroes at the Ballona Wetlands

Covers the politics and players in the debate over preservation and development in one of the last remaining wetlands in Southern California.

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Solar Decathlon

Solar Decathlon

Students compete at Washington DC’s National Mall in a nationwide mission to design and build a solar-powered home.

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Roll on Columbia

Roll on Columbia

The story of how Woody Guthrie came to write 30 songs in 30 days for the Bonneville Power Administration is a story of the historic convergence of an American folk music icon and a public works project.

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No Room to Move

No Room to Move

Florida’s population is growing by nearly three residents every five minutes – the equivalent of a new city each year.

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