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CROWN OF THORNS STARFISH: Monster From the Shallows

$21.95$49.95

The mystery of one of the most efficient eating and breeding machines in nature. This starfish eats only one thing – coral. It has already reached uncontrollable numbers over a large part of the Great Barrier Reef. Also under impact from global warming and coral bleaching, this diverse and delicate reef ecosystem is under extreme pressure.

Gimme Green

$19.95

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Gimme Green is a humorous look at the American obsession with the residential lawn and the effects it has on our environment, our wallets, and our outlook on life. Lawns are undeniably an American symbol. But what do they really symbolize? Pride and prosperity? Or waste and conformity?

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Heavy Metal

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HEAVY METAL: An American Pollution Story explores the haunting controversy behind a century of silver-lead-zinc mining in Idaho’s panhandle and reveals the dangerous health impacts it left behind for its inhabitants.

DVD: Businesses and Government $100
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DVD: Public Libraries/K-12 Schools $25
DVD: Universities/Colleges $69
DVD: Community Screenings/Film Festivals $195

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ECO RAP: Voices From the Hood

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This video by Lynn Feinerman presents ecological issues from the viewpoint of a multiethnic group of young people as they learn about local environmental hazards and express their views using rap music.

DVD: K-12 Schools, Public Libraries (includes Public Performance Rights) $20
DVD: Colleges/Universities $60

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The Faces of Environmental Injustice In Cincinnati

$35.00

“The Faces of Environmental Injustice in Cincinnati” explores the adverse health and other effects felt by economically poor and minority communities that too often face the brunt of environmental pollution and poor land-use planning. Polluting industries, coupled with poor regulation and decision-making, can add up to a toxic mix of pollution that poisons entire neighborhoods. While this story takes place in Cincinnati, Ohio, the tale can be transposed to many other metropolitan ares across the United States, and the world.