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15th Annual Environmental Film

Flo Stone Founder and Creative Director

The 15th Annual Environmental Film Festival kicks off March 15th and runs through March 25th in Washington, DC. With over 140 films appearing in over 40 venues, and accented with live performance and guest appearances by a wide diversity of film makers, stars and celebrities, this year's event will be a most significant statement of the state of the filmmaking art in environmental and nature media. March 15, 2007

  "Campaign for America's Future" conference. We hear from actor and activist Robert Redford about his commitment and vision of hope for our future, and Leo Gerard, President of the United Steel Workers Union, about the union's long-standing commitment to doing the right thing, for themselves, for their communities, for the earth and the future.

Adam Shapiro, Co-Producer of "Darfur Diaries," discusses the legacy of Darfur, and what brought him to the point of traveling to Darfur with Aisha Bain and Jen Marlowe, who became the co-producers of "Darfur Diaries."      (hour-long show in 3 parts)

Katrina update. Daryl Malek-Wiley, Sierra Club . . . Reporting from New Orleans. Daryl Malek-Wiley has been with the Sierra Club for years, working from the New Orleans and Baton Rouge offices. Daryl gave us a field report within days of the Katrina disaster, focusing on the flooding, the contamination and the outlook at that time. He returned, after months away, to check out what was happening in his neighborhood. Since he's been back, he has focused his expertise on two neighborhoods dramatically impacted by the storm. 

Moving Back Home? Dr. Gina Solomon, Sr. Scientist / NRDC. Following extensive scientific studies on the environmental conditions that people face when considering moving back into their homes and neighborhoods, Dr. Solomon discusses the toxins in the surface sediments and the existence of serious levels of mold in homes that will need to be either torn down or rebuilt. Is it safe? Find out from the experts.

Environmental Protection Agency? 

John Walke, Clean Air Director. NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council.) What's happening at the EPA these days seems to be just business as usual, as secret agendas give away the long-fought for policies that were created to protect us.  What does EPA stand for these days?

Fossil Fools Day. Billy Parrish, Say what you will about whether Americans are beginning to wake up about the need to change our ways, campuses are a world of their own, and it's a promising sense of awareness that is uniting their actions around the country. 

Surfrider Foundation. Jim Moriarty, Executive Director.  We talk with Jim Moriarty about Surfrider, and the waves and beaches he plans to serve.

Jack Sterne: believes that a very important key to the future of our oceans is helping to identify and support "Ocean Champions."

Top 10 Endangered Rivers.  Melissa Samet, Senior Director of Water Resources. Ameican

Being Caribou Karsten Heuer and his wife Leanne set off on a 5-month, 1000-mile journey to walk in the footprints of the Porcupine Caribou herd, from Canada to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and back.     Available as PodCast

Dr. Ron Nahser, Provost. ts' a whole new world. With the hottest topic on planet earth being its future, it's critical to have the skills to create the strategies, businesses and foundations that will lay the groundwork for the future. Having an MBA in Sustainability offers unlimited possibilities.  

Environmental Protection Agency? 

John Walke, Clean Air Director. NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council.) What's happening at the EPA these days seems to be just business as usual, as secret agendas give away the long-fought for policies that were created to protect us.  What does EPA stand for these days?

The Farley Mowat Takes Direct Action with Captain Paul Watson of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society


Something's Coming: Host Sidney Wildesmith discusses the changes that America is being forced to make, and the opportunities and responsibilities this creates following Katrina.

A Call to ACTION: Blake Olson, Rainforest Action Network talks about the "GREEN RIBBON CAMPAIGN" to save America's old growth forests. 


Congressman  Richard Pombo

National Energy Bill:  Jeff Rickert of the Apollo Alliance 


A State of the World Report: Host Sidney Wildesmith 

The National Petroleum Reserve - Alaska with John Schoen: Senior Scientist: Alaska Audubon

The Evolution of our Future: with Elisabet Sahtouris (in 3 parts) 

An Open Letter to President Bush: Host Sidney Wildesmith invites the President to take a lead. Time is running out.

Living the Solar Life: Rob Wilder of the Wilderhill Index talks about living in his solar home. 

Re-Energize America:

Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn

Investing in CleanTech /Part2: San Jose, CA
FLORESTA: with Scott Sabin, Executive Director and Joy Berry, Director of Development

The Apollo Alliance: Bracken Hendricks and leaders from unions, American Indian Dribes, high tech firms, inner-city youth organizations talk about Appollo's significance

Rare & Pride Campaigns:

Paul Butler, Meghan Hill, Morne Farmer

"Is Environmentalism Dead?

 9 environmental leaders weigh in.

Pyron Solar: Inge and John Laing

"What Can I Do?": Lisa Harrow

Lessons from Copernicus: Lisa Harrow and Roger Payne

"State of the Oceans Report":

Dr. Charles Kennel:  Director: Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Fedex/Kinkos: Sustainable Futures: Larry Rogero

Investing in Our World Sidney Wildesmith


The Decade of Discovery Sidney Wildesmith

Terry Tempest Williams: "The Open Space of Democracy" 

Dr. Paul Ehrlich: "One With Nineveh" Part 1

Dr. Paul Ehrlich: "One With Nineveh" Part 2
New American Dream  Diane Wood: Executive Director
Oceana Ted Danson

International Children's Conference on the Environment

Kids from around the world: Advice to all!

Denis Hayes: The hope of the future

Koalas: San Diego Zoo

MountainVisions - Virtual Hiking


The Man who sculpts Trees