1. Mark Ruffalo at the Solutions Grassroots Tour

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    The Solutions Grassroots Tour is a series of theater, film and concert events that give communities the tools and resources to build their own renewable energy. You can donate to help get The Solutions Grassroots Tour on the road here: http://bit.ly/solutionsgrassroots

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    • Help us get The Solutions Grassroots Tour on the road!

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      The Solutions Grassroots Tour is a series of theater, film and concert events that give communities the tools and resources to build their own renewable energy. You can donate to help get The Solutions Grassroots Tour on the road here: bit.ly/solutionsgrassroots

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      • Imagine No Fracking

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        With Yoko Ono, Susan Sarandon, Rufus Wainwright, Sara Bareilles, Amy Ray from the Indigo Girls and Josh Fox, the director of oscar-nominated Gasland and Gasland II A night at abc home to discuss what fracking is, how it is gripping our local and national politics, and how it could destroy our state's beauty and water supply

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        • Josh Fox, I hope this means that the Anti-fracking campaign has gotten some notice on the air.

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          A short clip of a debate that has recently aired on "Real Time With Bill Maher" about Climate Change (and the ANTI-Hydraulic Fracturing Campaign). I posted this clip to attract the interest of an Inspiring, perseverant individual, Josh Fox.

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          • Josh Fox at SIU 2014

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            Gasland and Gasland 2 Director, Josh Fox, spent a day at Southern Illinois University and gave a presentation to an audience of hundreds.

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            • Fracking and Keystone

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              5/15/12 --- Joining us is the environmentalist Bill McKibben, who recently led demonstrations at the White House that delayed the approval of a pipeline from the tar sands of Alberta to Texas. The contentious Keystone XL pipeline has become a hot election year issue. He is the author of several books, including The End of Nature, and his latest, Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet. Also joining us is Josh Fox, writer and director of the acclaimed documentary Gasland, which firstrevealed the controversial process of hydraulic fracturing, or ?fracking.? In the name of energy independence, natural gas companies are using fracking with the promise to turn the U.S. into the Saudi Arabia of natural gas. Fox is the founder of International WOW Company, a film and theater company committed to socially conscious themes and subjects. (1 hour, 39 min.)

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              • Frack Free Colorado | Dr. Yadira Caraveo

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                PSA done for Frack free Colorado for the 2013 fracking moratorium in Boulder County

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                • Frack Free Colorado | Anthony Ingraffea

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                  This is a PSA done to address the myth that fracking has been going on since 1947 and the process was safe then and is safe now. Also that the process then and now are the same.

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                  • HEALING WALKS

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                    Healing Walks is a short documentary calling attention to the destruction of the tar sands and deforestation in Alberta,Canada and the courageous indigenous communities fighting back. Participants staged an 8 mile Healing Walk Ceremony to acknowledge the damage of tar sands oil mining on their land and local communities. Written & Directed by: Zakee Kuduro Executive Produced by: Zakee Kuduro | Energy Action Coalition | twelve.bit.media ______________________________________________________________________________________ You never know how valuable something is until it’s taken away from you. People are living from check to check while trying to chase a vision of sustainability. This is not an environmental issue…this is a social issue….a story of how humans have once again found themselves destroying their own environment for the sake of money and greed. I would be lying to you if I told that I sometimes couldn’t sleep because of a resonating person or issue some how touched my soul. One of the worst oil spills in the World happened less than 2 years ago carrying Tar Sands oil. The effect was contaimation of water,destruction of crops and the death of many animals. This whole climate discussion has been boiling hot, for quite some time now and people are getting frustrated. Even President Obama stepped up earlier this summer briefly talking about climate issues and if there was really any true safety impact with XL pipeline. Pipelines operate all day, every day with the help of powerful pumps, additives that move the oil with less resistance, and the laws of physics. $521 billion is the economic impact Canada’s oil sands expects to bring to the United States from 2010 to 2035. This 20-year plan outlines an integrated approach for all levels of government, industry, and communities to address the economic, social and environmental challenges and opportunities in the oil sands regions. Like anywhere in the world, where there are people, there are impacts on ecosystems and wildlife. This is no different in the oil sands region, where significant industrial development coexists with a thriving ecosystem, bringing with it potential habitat changes that are major challenges to manage. Last July I traveled to Canada to get a closer look at the tar sands -- the big dirty oil projects that we’ve been hearing a lot about down in the U.S. But when I got off the plane in Alberta, things got a little bit weird; I got locked up. As I was going through customs, the Canadian Immigration officials put me in handcuffs then brought me into a back room. I was searched and interrogated for over 4 .5 hours. They kept asking questions like: “Why are you here?... Who do you know?... Why would a black guy like you come all the way up here to meet with indigenous people?” Of course I didn’t budge…I come from the old school of never snitching. You would have thought I was a dope boy smuggling drugs...or spreading communist literature…but I wasn’t. My objective was to cover the effects of tar-sands toxins on Indigenous communities of Canada. So..I sat in handcuffs calmly and collect as…they took my phone and laptop asked me for my passwords…Of course I refused and they hacked them anyway. At that point it was a waiting game…. They knew I was there to document a story that the Canadian government and the tar sands industry doesn’t want to be told. I was in Alberta for something called the Healing Walk -- an annual walk and demonstration led by natives of the region to raise awareness about the destructiveness of the tar sands and build strength to overcome it. The real story behind all this isn’t the story of my trouble with customs and Canadian officials, it’s the story of the Indigenous and First Nations’ people who have been dealing with the horrific impacts of the tar sands, and who are leading the effort to heal and overcome it. In my 72 hours documenting the Healing Walk, I was able to see some incredible things. Some of it will shock you, some of it will make you mad, it might fill you with hope, and it could possibly make you cry. Now I’m releasing 30 minutes of footage in a visual that I hope will further educate people. "Healing Walks" is a short documentary calling attention to the destruction of the tar sands and deforestation in Alberta,Canada and the courageous indigenous communities fighting back. Participants staged an 8 mile Healing Walk Ceremony to acknowledge the damage of tar sands oil mining on their land and local communities. www.healingwalksfilm.com Directed by Zakee Kuduro Produced by Energy Action Coalition & Zakee Kuduro

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                    • Josh Fox: Would you back off of fracking if the EPA found no evidence of harm?

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                      Josh Fox shares his views on how the EPA is handling fracking. Josh is an American filmmaker who wrote and directed the documentaries Gasland and Gasland Part II. gaslandthemovie.com/ This video was recorded on 4/29/13 in New York, NY as part of the Dish's "Ask Anything" interview series.

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