1. Enviro (Short film - 2006)


    from Films of Abel Diaz / Added

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    One of my first efforts, this was a Year 7 project I participated in as part of a Creative Partnerships programme. This is a short dealing with local ways to help the Environment. Roles: Director, Camera, Editor, co-star

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    • 2011 Mid-Year Meeting-Welcome Session


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      Welcome and Opening Remarks Moderator: Stephen Cobb (AL), ASTSWMO President Welcome to Colorado: Martha E. Rudolph, Director of Environmental Programs, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and Gary Baughman (CO), ASTSWMO Past President Welcome from EPA: Mathy Stanislaus, Assistant Administrator EPA OSWER Secretary-Treasurer Report: Cheryl Coleman (SC), ASTSWMO Secretary-Treasurer

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      • uist eco film festival trailer


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        UEFF is a new 3-day film festival screening environmentally-themed international documentary and fiction film and video based at Balivanich Community Hall in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. The main themes of the festival will be climate change and sustainability in relation to island and maritime contexts in three strands – what we’ve got, how we stand to lose it & how we can change the situation. Organised by Taigh Chearsabhagh & Sustainable Uist, the festival aims to engender appreciation of landscape and ecology and enhance understanding of the global and local environmental issues through screening of excellent moving image, related talks and events, with ancillary screenings at primary and secondary schools throughout the Uists. We have already confirmed fantastic headline films including the UK premiere of Climate of Change (narrated by Tilda Swinton) The Wild Places of Essex (with Robert Macfarlane), Cape Farewell's Art from a Changing Arctic and the Oscar-nominated Waste Land. The festival will encourage debate on sustainability in an island and maritime context during post screening discussions with speakers including Ruth Little (Cape Farewell), Angus Ainsley (Waste Land producer) and the prominent Human Ecologist, Alastair Macintosh.

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        • Διασταύρωση του "Γκίκα"


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          Η Πάρος έγινε αγαπημένος προορισμός διακοπών γιατί είναι ένα "καταφύγιο γαλήνης". Σημεία σαν την διασταύρωση του "Γκίκα" όπου περνάει πρώτος όποιος έχει ποιο ισχυρά νεύρα, είναι άκρος υποβαθμιστικά για την εικόνα του νησιού και την ποιότητα ζωής σε αυτό!

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          • The Last Tree (excerpt)


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            This 3-minute excerpt of the original video is one piece of "The Last Tree" installation. In the installation, the world’s recognized countries, 193 in total, are symbolized in a like number of fabricated stumps in metal pails encircled in fabric roots. A lone last tree, isolated and stark, rises in the desolate plain of barrenness. The video looms above this graveyard, portending of what will be. Its rhythmic chopping is mesmeric in its meter and enhanced by the music track created by Lin Culbertson. The Last Tree speaks to a holocaust of sorts, humans destroying a vital part of themselves. Curator Midori Yoshimoto states the work is “a cautionary requiem for humanity.”

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            • GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY, His Excellency Sheikh Abdul Aziz Bin Ali Al Nuaimi


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              Chicago World Forum by Niagara Foundation Theme: GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Date: Friday, April 8, 2011

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              • State of the Whale: Orcas as Sentinels of the Sea


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                Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs), chemicals used as lubricant in machinery because of their high heat resistance, were banned in 1976. However, they can still be found in large amounts in orcas of the northeast Pacific Ocean. PCBs can cause serious health risks in orcas, such as hormone disruption and damage to the reproduction system. The orcas' health can help indicate the state of the ocean and sends a message that pollutants from cities and industrial centers are threatening their survival. Brenna Greely is a student at Western Washington University. Tait Trautman is an outdoor photographer currently attending Western Washington University. Raised in the Pacific Northwest, he enjoys the beauty of nature around the world. for THE PLANET magazine at Western Washington University planet.wwu.edu

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                • Dr. Daniel Wildcat


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                  A personal interview with Dr. Daniel Wildcat by Carolina Pardo and Connita Sardon-Quiroz. Dr. Daniel Wildcat. A Yuchi member of the Muscogee Nation of Oklahoma Haskell Indian Nations University — professor Haskell Environmental Research Studies Center—co-director Honored by the Kansas City organization The Future Is Now with the Heart Peace Award.

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                  • 3LD collaborates with American Express Partner in Preservation


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                    3LD and Musion Eyeliner technology create live pop-up book style, holographic visuals. American Express kicks off the NYC Partners in Preservation Initiative with Katharine McPhee at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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