1. Josh Fox: Is Fracking the Lesser Evil?

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    Josh Fox explains how he differentiates hydro-fracked natural gas from other fossil fuels. 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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    • Josh Fox: Can Fracking Ever Be Safe?

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      Josh Fox explains whether or not he can conceive of a safe form of 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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      • Josh Fox: Can Renewable Energy Sustain the US?

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        Josh Fox weighs in on the viability of renewable energy sources like wind and solar. 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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        • Josh Fox: Why I Started Fighting Fracking

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          Josh Fox explains how he came to oppose the natural-gas industry's practice of hydraulic fracturing. Josh is an American filmmaker who wrote and directed the documentaries Gasland and Gasland Part II. http://www.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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          • Josh Fox: How Do Mineral Rights Play Into The Fracking Debate?

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            Josh Fox explains how mineral rights work and, in the case of hydraulic fractured natural gas, what can happen to landowners when they don't own those rights. 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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            • 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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              • MEAT THE TRUTH - La Vérité Incarné (French subtitles)

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                High-profile documentary Meat the Truth forms an addendum to earlier climate change films. The film demonstrates that livestock farming generates more greenhouse gas emissions worldwide than all cars, trucks, trains, boats and planes added together. Facts are based on scientific data produced by the FAO and other authoritative sources. Our sincere thanks to Alexandre Gagnon of the Montréal Vegetarian Association for producing the French translation and subtitles of our film "Meat the Truth". Director: Gertjan Zwanikken Producer: Claudine Everaert & Monique van Dijk Project Manager: Karen Soeters Executive Producer: Nicolaas G. Pierson Foundation French translation & subtitles: Alexandre Gagnon, Montréal Vegetarian Association Would you like to show this film at your event? Contact us the the Nicolaas G. Pierson Foundation: info@ngpf.nl www.meatthetruth.com www.ngpf.nl

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                • Dr. Charles Pe’ape’a Makawalu Burrows (2008 Climate Summit)

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                  Dr. Charles Pe’ape’a Makawalu Burrows received his BA in Biology and Chemistry from Linfield College in 1958, M.Ed, in Biology in 1962 and a M.S. in the Earth Sciences in 1966 from Oregon State University. In 1973 he received his Doctorate in Education, majoring in Instructional Development Research and Science Education from Indiana University. In January 2000 he retired from the Kamehameha Schools after serving 35 years as a science educator. Dr. Burrows is the president of ‘Ahahui Mālama I ka Lōkahi, a native Hawaiian environmental non-profit organization and serves on the boards of various Kailua community organizations that have and continue to advocate for the protection, conservation and restoration of the cultural and natural resources in the Kailua Ahupua’a. His is also a member of the Kaho’olawe Island Reserve Commission, the Office of Hawaiian Affairs Native Hawaiian Historic Preservation Council, the Hawaii Interfaith Power and Light and serves on the United Church of Christ National Energy and Environment Committee. The Environmental Law Program, William Richardson School of Law, University of Hawai`i, Manoa. Focus Hawai‘i: UH Climate Change Teach In. January 30, 2008. The event was held prior to the U.S. climate summit: the U.S.-initiated Major Economies Meeting at the East West Center on Jan. 30-31, 2008. Director/Producer/Videographer: Henry Curtis

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                  • Shanah Faith Trevenna (2008 Climate Summit)

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                    Shanah Faith Trevenna is the student sustainability coordinator of Sustainable Saunders, an initiative at University of Hawai‘i at Manoa to evolve Saunders Hall into a model of sustainability for the campus and beyond. With a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Western Ontario in Canada, she merges a decade of experience working for corporations such as IBM and Philips with a passion for grassroots community empowerment to implement sustainable solutions. She recently received the UH President’s Making the Elephants Dance Award, which acknowledges individuals who successfully develop innovative ways to improve the university’s service to students and the community. In June of 2008 she made a presention at Harvard University to Sustainability Coordinators from across the country. A graduate student in UH Manoa’s Department of Urban and Regional Planning, she looks forward to being a professor of sustainability.

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                    • 10 - The Funnel - GLOBAL FOOTPRINT NETWORK

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                      Ecological Footprint Calculators The Ecological Footprint calculators have a number of functions and roles. Depending on how detailed and accurate an estimation you want, you can spend anything between ten minutes and several hours calculating your Ecological Footprint. The challenge that each of the calculators helps you with is to live and work more sustainably by setting targets for achieving Ecological Footprint savings - both directly through your own behaviour and indirectly through other peoples' or organisations' behaviours that you can influence. You might well find that you even save money (increasing the household or school budget, business profitability or reducing event costs) and improve your quality of life, by examining your Ecological Footprint and undertaking actions to reduce it. http://www.epa.vic.gov.au/greenhousecalculator/calculator/default.asp

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