1. One Percent For the Planet | Sweetpea Bicycles

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    We're doing short member profiles of several businesses who contribute 1% of their annual sales to an environmental non-profit of their choice via 1% For the Planet. www.onepercentfortheplanet.org Sweetpea Bicycles is a small operation in Portland that hand-crafts a couple dozen beautiful steel bike frames a year fitted just for women. www.sweetpeabicycles.com Music courtesy of Katie Herzig for 1% For the Planet

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    • 1% For the Planet | Three Dollar Bridge

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      A [3min.] portion of our profile on 1% For the Planet, an alliance of businesses that donate at least 1% of their annual revenues to environmental organizations worldwide. Founded by Yvon Chouinard and Craig Matthews, 1% has grown to over 1000 members since it's launch in 2002 and has donated nearly $42 million to approved environmental non-profits. Music by Neil Halstead & Jack Johnson courtesy of Brushfire Records www.onepercentfortheplanet.org

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      • One Percent For the Planet | Jack Johnson

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        World renowned musician, surfer and filmmaker Jack Johnson along with his friends at Brushfire Records are setting a new standard for generosity in the music industry. Johnson and Brushfire both donate 1% of their annual sales to environmental non-profits of their choice via 1% For the Planet. Music by Jack Johnson courtesy of Brushfire Records. onepercentfortheplanet.org www.brushfirerecords.com www.jackjohnsonmusic.com

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        • Jack Johnson | 1% For the Planet Film

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          A tease from the forth coming 1% For the Planet film. Please stay tuned for the longer version... World renowned musician, surfer and filmmaker Jack Johnson along with his friends at Brushfire Records are setting a new standard for generosity in the music industry. Johnson and Brushfire both donate 1% of their annual sales to environmental non-profits of their choice via 1% For the Planet. Music by Jack Johnson courtesy of Brushfire Records. onepercentfortheplanet.org brushfirerecords.com jackjohnsonmusic.com

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          • Yvon Chouinard and Craig Matthews - Three Dollar Bridge | 1% For the Planet

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            A [3min.] portion of our profile on 1% For the Planet, an alliance of businesses that donate at least 1% of their annual revenues to environmental organizations worldwide. Founded by Yvon Chouinard and Craig Matthews, 1% has grown to over 1000 members since it's launch in 2002 and has donated nearly $42 million to approved environmental non-profits. Music by Neil Halstead & Jack Johnson courtesy of Brushfire Records onepercentfortheplanet.org

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            • Circuit Earth

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              This independently-produced 16mm film documented the first Earth Day held in Philadelphia in 1970. It features counterculture figures who came to speak at Earth Day events, including Alan Watts, Allen Ginsberg, Jerry Rubin and Ed Sanders, as well as scientists and public figures such as Ralph Lapp, Paul Ehrlich, Ed Muskie, and Nobel Prize winner George Wald. In addition to these celebrities, the film also includes art performances by Leon Redbone, the cast of Hair, as well as a local dance group, Black Butterfly. It intercuts appearances by ordinary people from Philadelphia communities expressing their concerns with the environmental issues that were highlighted in the Earth Day event. The idea behind “Circuit Earth” was to draw connections between concern for the environment and spiritual impoverishment manifested by war, overpopulation, mindless consumption, and drug addiction. This “underground” documentary raised issues that are now in the mainstream, including the impact of warfare, climate change, and population growth on the environment. It focused on concerns that are as true today as they were then, such as the dependence on fossil fuels, which is at the core of the energy debate today. Circuit Earth film anticipated the need for a holistic and global approach to the environment that requires an informed citizenry as well as knowledge-based political leadership. This film underscores the global nature of technology and the environment, and the complex interaction of natural and human systems. Credits: John Hoskyns-Abrahall, Christopher Bamford, Michael Katz, Bob Feldman, and Peter Wiesner

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              • Sweetpea Bicycles | 1% For the Planet Film

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                We're doing short member profiles of several businesses who contribute 1% of their annual sales to an environmental non-profit of their choice via 1% For the Planet. onepercentfortheplanet.org Sweetpea Bicycles is a small operation in Portland that hand-crafts a couple dozen beautiful steel bike frames a year fitted just for women. sweetpeabicycles.com Music courtesy of Katie Herzig for 1% For the Planet

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                • The Next Industrial Revolution

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                  Chris Bedford and Shelley Morhaim made this award winning 56 minute long film on the sustainability revolution in materials and manufacturing. "The Next Industrial Revolution" tells the story of architect William McDonough's and chemist Michael Braungart's work to resign the industrial material economy to "work with Nature, not against it." TNIR has been translated into four languages and is in use around the world to promote a transition to sustainable material systems. You can find out more about this film by emailing chrisbedfordfilms@charter.net

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                  • Caterpillar Project 2010

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                    Utilized everyday recyclable waste material such as plastic bottles and straws to create a 25’ x 4’ sculpture resembling the form and shape of a caterpillar. We are living in a world of excess waste and need to come together to reThink how we buy, how we reuse and how we help — in an effort to renew our planet. Use less and achieve more, and “one day I will be beautiful like you!”

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                    • How One Brave Woman Sparked the Environmental Movement

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                      Biologist Rachel Carson didn't want to write the blockbuster "Silent Spring" but felt a responsibility to do so.

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