Experience a Cross-Country Bicycle Ride that collects environmental perspective from the regions it visits. The ride leaves from Newport Beach, CA on New Years Day, journeys through the Southern Tier of the United States and completes in Key West, Florida on Earth Day 08.
Gather regional southern California perspective about ocean conservation from the Aquarium of the Pacific and local environmentalist Stephanie Barger.
The bicyclists arrive in Las Vegas and learn about water conservation from one of the driest places in the country. Southern Nevada receives 4 inches of rain per year. How does that affect their consumption of water for it 2 million residents? Hear the Southern Nevada water authority talk about some of the steps they take to conserve water in a desert.
Ride from: Newport Beach, CA to Tucson, AZ
Focus: Ocean Relationship / Water Conservation / Solar Panels / Energy conservation / Biosphere 2 / Bicycle Co-op
Ed Begley Jr
Aquarium of the Pacific - CEO Dr. Jerry Schubel
Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1995 - Dr. Sherwood Roland
Earth Resource Foundation - Stephanie Barger
Waste Management - Alberto Guardado
Southern Nevada Water Authority - Doug Bennett
Fire Ecologist NAU - Dr. Pete Fule
Global Solar - Scott Wiedeman
Tucson Electric Power - Joe Salkowski
Biosphere 2 - John Adams
Tuesday Night Bike Ride - University of Arizona Campus
BICAS - Bicycle Inter Community Art and Salvage
Positive Social Change Documentaries is currently seeking funding for the completion of this series.
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