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DEEP GREEN Teaching Modules

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DEEP GREEN: Solutions to Stop Global Warming Now
Travel to 9 countries with Matt Briggs to uncover the best ideas, cutting-edge technologies and restorative solutions to help curb climate change. You can view the full program or the chaptered version.

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THE PRICE OF SAND Silica Mines, Small Towns, and Money

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“The Price of Sand” is a documentary about the frac sand mining boom in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Due to a rapid increase in demand, pure silica sand has become a valuable commodity, and mines are opening here at a rapid rate.

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Cape Spin! An American Power Struggle

$89.00$250.00

A tragicomic tale of the 10-year battle over America’s largest proposed clean energy project – and a microcosm of the obstacles the country faces in the larger struggle to move towards more sustainable forms of energy on a broader scale, or build any large-scale project.

Nuclear Savage

$89.00$250.00

Featuring recently declassified U.S. government documents, survivor testimony, and unseen archival footage, Nuclear Savage uncovers one of the most troubling chapters in modern American history: how Marshall islanders, considered an uncivilized culture, were deliberately used as human guinea pigs to study the effects of nuclear fallout on human beings.

The Atomic States of America

$39.95$295.00

From the gates of Three Mile Island, to the cooling ponds of Braidwood, IL, the film introduces people who have been on the front lines of this issue for decades: community advocates, investigative journalists, renowned physicists, nuclear engineers, Nuclear Regulatory Commission inspectors, and former government leaders.

In My Lifetime

$99.00$295.00

Directed by a former ABC network news executive producer, In My Lifetime provides a comprehensive look at the full scope and impact of the nuclear age from its beginnings to the present day, including the international efforts by citizens, scientists and political leaders to reduce or eliminate the nuclear threat.

White Water, Black Gold

$89.00$195.00

Investigates the little-known environmental and human costs associated with the largest single foreign source of US oil – Canada’s Tar Sands.

Into Eternity

$89.00$295.00

The first film to explore the challenging questions surrounding the long-term storage of nuclear waste generated by the world’s nuclear power plants. NY Times Critics Pick.

How to Boil a Frog

$89.00$250.00

Fast-paced comedy mixed with hard-hitting facts help makes some of the world’s major environmental issues both understandable and more enjoyable to learn about.

UNLIMITED: Renewable Energy in the 21st Century

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Unlimited, a documentary about renewable energy, highlights a group of passionate 6th graders who call on adults everywhere to take action and address global warming. Their voices are supported with those of global warming and energy experts who discuss upcoming and promising technologies like solar, wind, tidal power and more.

CATCHING THE SUN: The Physics of Solar Energy

$89.95

Two forms of energy that we use every day are electrical energy and heat. During the 20th century we came to rely on fossil fuels as the ultimate source of these energy forms but now, energy from renewable sources is becoming more commonly used. This program investigates the three main ways in which we currently use solar energy to power our homes.

Transforming Energy

$24.95$195.00

Transforming Energy is a documentary about the hope of Alternative Energy as a solution to the problems of Global Warming and the end of cheap oil and gas. It takes us into the lives, the passion, the commitment and the hard work of the people who are on the ground now, working to create a new energy paradigm.

Fighting Goliath: Texas Coal Wars

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Follows the story of Texans fighting a high-stakes battle for clean air. The film introduces the unlikely partners-mayors, ranchers, CEOs, community groups, legislators, lawyers, and citizens-that have come together to oppose the construction of 19 conventional coal-fired power plants that were slated to be built in Eastern and Central Texas and that were being fast-tracked by the Governor. Narrated by Robert Redford.

The Cost of Oil

$24.95$149.00

The pressure to drill for oil in the Arctic has intensified with the increasing prices of crude oil. But the potential for lower oil prices is at what cost? In this feature-length documentary the Alaskan Inupiat show how oil drilling in their nearby seas will forever alter their subsistence-living lifestyle and multiply the struggles of preserving their rich cultural history. Members of the oil industry and expert scientists also highlight the predicted effects of oil drilling on the delicate Arctic ecosystem, and in turn, the effects on a society dependent on that ecosystem.

Solar Power 4 Me

$20.00$70.00

MAKE YOUR OWN FREE POWER FROM THE SUN ! Solar panels are easy to install and have no moving parts. You can even SELL power back to the power company and make money every time the sun is shining. Markus Rothkranz takes you through his creative solar powered home and shows you how to make your own power from the sun, with lots of energy saving tips.

Crude Impact

$95.00

Crude Impact is a powerful and timely story that explores the interconnection between human domination of the planet, and the discovery and use of oil. This documentary film exposes our global, deep-rooted dependency on fossil fuel energy and examines the future implications of peak oil – the point in time when the amount of petroleum available worldwide begins a steady, inexorable decline.

Power Paths

$89.00$195.00

Power Paths is an inspiring documentary about how Native American communities are creating new ways to produce clean power as the Tribes attempt to restore lands devastated from the impacts of coal mining.

Kilowatt Ours

$95.00

Kilowatt Ours is an inspirational and enlivening film that demonstrates how easy it is to conserve energy that is produced from traditional sources as well as the many ways the average consumer can easily become part of the renewable energy revolution.

BURNING THE FUTURE: Coal in America

$24.95$195.00

Examines the explosive conflict between the coal industry and residents of West Virginia. Confronted by an emerging coal-based US energy policy, local activists watch the nation praise coal without regard to the devastation caused by its extraction.

GARBAGE! The Revolution Starts at Home

$39.00$149.00

With his first son just born, filmmaker Andrew Nisker is very concerned with the state of our planet. As the average household level of consumption rises, so does the astronomical amount of waste we collectively create. Are we turning the earth into one giant garbage can? Determined to understand the damage we are doing, Nisker enlists the average urban family, the McDonalds, to keep every scrap of garbage that they produce for three months in their increasingly smelly garage. From organic waste to dirty diapers, from plastic bottles to Christmas wrapping, the McDonald’s discover that for every action there is a reaction that affects them and the entire planet.

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