1. Keep the world and receive payment!!!


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    About EcoFirms EcoFirms is a green grassroots project that originated in 2005. It is entirely run and operated by like-minded volunteers. Our mission is to connect all eco friendly companies and organizations in the world and inform our visitors of their products and services. Our website is specifically designed to serve as a marketing and promotional tool for our member companies. To learn more about becoming a member please click here.http://37f50wi1f09v6ua2mop4tzz6cd.hop.clickbank.net/

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    • WetLand: a documentary


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      WetLand is the name of a collaborative artwork by Mary Mattingly (http://www.marymattingly.com) consisting of a floating environmental sculpture which Mary and other artists created, and lived in, in 2014 in the Delaware River at Philadelphia. The work continues Mary's interests in the relationship between a changing environment (due at least in part to global warming) and the ways human culture can evolve to meet the emerging environmental challenges. Water features prominently in her thinking. Wetlands are particularly of interest because they once surrounded virtually all seacoast urban spaces, but have been largely eliminated, with little regard for their ecological role and great value to the quality of life on both river and adjacent land. In wetlands, many natural and human needs collide. WetLand as a work of art explores some of these through imagination and, simultaneously, immersion in the gritty realities of life, where sustainability and survival are manifest concerns. The video started purely as documentation of the project and was created by volunteers with no outside funding. This short documentary video is presented as a work in progress.

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      • Plenary Address: Bill McKibben


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        Updates from the Front Lines of the Climate Fight Saturday, November 22, 2014 American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting San Diego, California Panelist: Bill McKibben, 350.org Presiding: Laurie Zoloth, Northwestern University

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        • 2014 Officially Hottest Year on Record


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          With 2014 topping the charts, here's a look at the history of annual global temperature.

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          • Global Warming - Website


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            Global Warming - Parallaxe Website with dynamic background. Video playing when you scroll down or scroll up.

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            • Climate of Freedom Trailer


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              Climate change has been one of the most controversial topics over the last two decades. Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth told us that we were destroying our world with catastrophic manmade climate change. The documentary set records and won awards, including a Nobel Prize for Gore. Since the film’s production, Gore has continued his mantra of doom. Yet, in spite of all the noise, there hasn't been any global warming in over 18 years. Could there be an ulterior motive for the incessant cries that the world as we know it will quite literally burn up? What if someone were to embark upon a Pilgrimage of Truth Against the Profiteers of Doom, and exposed Al Gore and his minions for what they are–money hungry Communists who wish to change our way of life, forever? Climate of Freedom is an upcoming feature length documentary film set for theatrical release in September 2015. Starring world renowned Climate Change expert Lord Christopher Monckton, the film sheds light on the intentions of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and shows how they plan to use false science and fear mongering to create a de facto world government. Lord Monckton will combine interviews with top scientific experts, with humor, facts, and a bit of fun to show the truth about Global Warming and the UN’s desire to subjugate the West to its tyranny. Director James Lea and Lord Monckton took it upon themselves to share this side of the story with the world, hoping to share the truth with as many people as possible. You can partner with Lord Monckton and Lea by supporting the Indiegogo campaign that will go on to fund the film’s production. Be a part of the only change that truly needs to happen: raising awareness on what's really going on - on all the things that you don't really see because they are hidden behind-the-scenes, lost in a sea of bureaucracy and misleading information. Join Lord Monckton on his Pilgrimage of Truth Against the Profiteers of Doom. Those who stand with Monckton against tyranny will be eligible for perks such as thank you’s, removable bumper stickers, customized Facebook covers, Climate of Freedom booklets, having one’s name in the movie’s credits, and much more. Lord Monckton’s team realizes that not everyone may be able to contribute financially, so they encourage those who cannot commit funds to the Climate of Freedom campaign to help spread the word about the project through social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr. Recording a video challenge for Vine, Facebook, and Instagram to invite friends to partner with Lord Monckton and his team is another great idea. Wherever and however you spread the word, remember to use the hashtags #AlGoreLies and #ClimateFreedom in all your posts. Contributions of all amounts are welcome! Film Trailer – https://vimeo.com/117861767 Indiegogo – http://igg.me/at/climateoffreedom Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/climatefreedom Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/climatefreedom #AlGoreLies #GlobalWarming #ClimateChange #ClimateFreedom Stand with us – igg.me/at/climateoffreedom

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              • NO! TransCanada Energy-East Tar Sands Pipeline


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                TransCanada Pipelines Limited wants to pump over one million barrels per day of tar sands bitumen diluted with carcinogenic chemicals through a partially converted natural gas pipeline over 4600 kilometres of Canadian waterways, wilderness and communities. In this video, concerned people from Ottawa and surrounding communities say NO! to the pipeline at a consultative meeting organized by the Ontario Energy Board, under the auspices of Ontario's Minister of Energy. For more info, go to ecologyottawa.ca

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                • Ebbing Tagaloa: Time-Lapse


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                  This time-lapse video was shot over the duration of 'Ebbing Tagaloa', an exhibition at Enjoy Gallery by Paula Schaafhausen with Suzanne Tamaki in October 2014. The time-lapse is made with images by Oscar Perry, and was shot over the duration of the exhibition. Ebbing Tagaloa features a series of Tagaloa (Polynesian god of the ocean) figures that reference the nineteen beaches and bays of Wellington by Paula Schaafhausen. Moulded from coconut oil and sand, the figures will melt and harden with fluctuations in room temperature throughout the exhibition. The installation speaks to issues faced by low lying cities across Oceania, including Wellington. Linking us to our Pacific neighbours, Ebbing Tagaloa richly layers the implications of our warming planet with the impacts of cultural change. Ebbing Tagaloa presents a fragrant and continually evolving space for reflection. Audio by Hank Hobson - freemusicarchive.org/music/Hank_Hobson/ See Ebbing Tagaloa in Enjoys online archive - http://www.enjoy.org.nz/node/3326

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                  • El efecto invernadero


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                    Breve presentación sobre el calentamiento global

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                    • Searching for Green Trailer


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                      Preview for the upcoming film, Searching for Green. A short documentary about climate change and green energy in the San Juan Islands.

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