1. Water On The Table VOD

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    • METRO MORNING Radio Interview with Liz Marshall (2010) VOD

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      Matt Galloway of METRO MORNING, CBC radio, interviews filmmaker Liz Marshall about the debut of her feature-length documentary WATER ON THE TABLE (2010).

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      • Water Meditations VOD

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        Cinematic compositions of water filmed in various locations across Canada and the US, by Steve Cosens, CSC.

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        • The Making of Water On The Table VOD

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          A political, creative conversation between activist protagonist Maude Barlow, and film director Liz Marshall.

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          • 2012: Time For Change Official Trailer

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            Watch the rest of the film here: http://mangu.tv/film/time-for-change/ ‘2012 Time for Change’ gathers solutions to our planetary resource crisis that can be achieved through a personal and global changes and the systemic implementation of ecological design. ‘2012 Time for Change’ presents an optimistic alternative to apocalyptic doom and gloom that is more relevant than ever in our new millenium. Ways to transform our unsustainable society into a regenerative planetary culture are introduced thru interviews and commentary by the world’s visionary thinkers in the field of sustainability. Directed by Emmy Award nominee João Amorim, the film follows journalist Daniel Pinchbeck, author of the bestselling 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl, on a quest for a new paradigm that integrates the archaic wisdom of tribal cultures with the scientific method. “An optimistic antidote to apocalyptic prophecies.” - Tom Brook, BBC World

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            • Troubled Water

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              Water is largely taken for granted by consumers but it's becoming "blue gold" in the 21st century. Troubled Water is a 52 minute documentary which examines the threats to public water systems and watersheds using the East Coast of Vancouver Island as a case study. Privatization, public private partnerships (P3's or P4's Public Pays for Private Profits), privately owned community watersheds, vulnerable aquifers, over-development, ground water contamination and international trade agreements all undermine the safety and security of public water systems, public ownership and the fundamental human right to access clean drinking water. Profiling a variety of water sources that represent typical water systems across North America, Troubled Water uncovers the common threats to these systems. The film highlights some good examples of watershed stewardship and encourages viewers to work toward maintaining water as a public trust in their own communities.

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              • Detroit: Water

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                Stand with Detroit. Water is a Human Right.

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                • A Plea to All Mankind _Beau Dick

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                  "A Compassionate Plea to All Mankind" Hereditary Chief Beau Dick along with family members & supporters complete their long walk from Quatsino near Port Hardy, across Vancouver Island to the Victoria Parliament buildings. Beau Dick is seen here passionately speaking about the History of First Nations peoples & his concerns for the direction humanity is heading, destroying our environment and natures gifts in the pursuit of riches for the few at the expense of many, including generations to come. Beau reminds us all that we are living in dangerous times and what we are doing to planet earth will affect all humanity in an adverse manner. We must soon change our ways as there are things more important than money. A more compassionate message straight from the heart would indeed be hard to find. Thank You Beau / You make me proud to be a fellow species member ! Something in this world to-day I don't often say . KeepEmStraight_The only solution !

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                  • Maude Barlow in Yellowknife NWT - Press conference

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                    Blue Future: Maude Barlow in Yellowknife “… Blue Future: Protecting Water for People and the Planet Forever Featuring Maude Barlow The Council of Canadians’ NWT Chapter presented a thought-provoking evening with Council of Canadians’ National Chairperson Maude Barlow, one of the world’s foremost experts on water. Maude will be discussing the world’s growing water crisis and the fight to protect our most precious resource. Drawing from her recently released book, Blue Future, Maude will bring the global context to unfolding water issues in the Northwest Territories. Copies of Maude’s new book, Blue Future, were available for purchase, and Maude signed books after her presentation. About Maude Barlow Maude Barlow is the National Chairperson of the Council of Canadians and chairs the board of Washington-based Food and Water Watch. She is a board member of the San Francisco–based International Forum on Globalization and a Councillor with the Hamburg-based World Future Council. Maude is the recipient of eleven honorary doctorates as well as many awards, including the 2005 Right Livelihood Award (known as the “Alternative Nobel”), the 2005 Lannan Foundation Cultural Freedom Fellowship Award, the Citation of Lifetime Achievement at the 2008 Canadian Environment Awards, the 2009 Earth Day Canada Outstanding Environmental Achievement Award, the 2009 Planet in Focus Eco Hero Award, and the 2011 EarthCare Award, the highest international honour of the Sierra Club (US). In 2008/2009, she served as Senior Advisor on Water to the 63rd President of the United Nations General Assembly and was a leader in the campaign to have water recognized as a human right by the UN. She is also the author of dozens of reports, as well as 17 books, including her latest, Blue Future: Protecting Water For People And The Planet Forever. …” Water has rights too: Barlow By Penney Kome | November 1, 2013 http://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/penney-kome/2013/11/water-has-rights-too-barlow 'It's not okay to poison me' #YZF #NWT #CoC ant- #fracking potest http://ow.ly/q9JxO “..Taking part in the march was Dene National Chief Bill Erasmus, who said First Nations people all over Canada are concerned with the harmful effects of fracking on the environment, and that the government is ignoring their treaty rights. "The difficulty is that Canada thinks they own the resources and they make the provinces think they own it, but we never gave them to anyone," Erasmus said. "The First Nations own the land, but they also own the water and that needs to be understood - that's why we are so upset." […] Maude Victoria Barlow (born May 24, 1947) is a Canadian author. She is the National Chairperson of the Council of Canadians, a citizens’ advocacy organization with members and chapters across Canada. She is also the co-founder of the Blue Planet Project, which works internationally for the human right to water. Maude chairs the board of Washington-based Food & Water Watch, is a founding member of the San Francisco–based International Forum on Globalization, and a Councillor with the Hamburg-based World Future Council. In 2008/2009, she served as Senior Advisor on Water to the 63rd President of the United Nations General Assembly. She has authored and co-authored 16 books. http://www.canadians.org/maude From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maude_Barlow 20131031 Maude Barlow-Pt-003-720p For Internet

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                    • Blue Future: Maude Barlow in Yellowknife

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                      Blue Future: Maude Barlow in Yellowknife “… Blue Future: Protecting Water for People and the Planet Forever Featuring Maude Barlow Please join the Council of Canadians’ NWT Chapter for a thought-provoking evening with Council of Canadians’ National Chairperson Maude Barlow, one of the world’s foremost experts on water. Maude will be discussing the world’s growing water crisis and the fight to protect our most precious resource. Drawing from her recently released book, Blue Future, Maude will bring the global context to unfolding water issues in the Northwest Territories. Copies of Maude’s new book, Blue Future, will be available for purchase, and Maude will be signing books after her presentation. About Maude Barlow Maude Barlow is the National Chairperson of the Council of Canadians and chairs the board of Washington-based Food and Water Watch. She is a board member of the San Francisco–based International Forum on Globalization and a Councillor with the Hamburg-based World Future Council. Maude is the recipient of eleven honorary doctorates as well as many awards, including the 2005 Right Livelihood Award (known as the “Alternative Nobel”), the 2005 Lannan Foundation Cultural Freedom Fellowship Award, the Citation of Lifetime Achievement at the 2008 Canadian Environment Awards, the 2009 Earth Day Canada Outstanding Environmental Achievement Award, the 2009 Planet in Focus Eco Hero Award, and the 2011 EarthCare Award, the highest international honour of the Sierra Club (US). In 2008/2009, she served as Senior Advisor on Water to the 63rd President of the United Nations General Assembly and was a leader in the campaign to have water recognized as a human right by the UN. She is also the author of dozens of reports, as well as 17 books, including her latest, Blue Future: Protecting Water For People And The Planet Forever. …” Water has rights too: Barlow By Penney Kome | November 1, 2013 http://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/penney-kome/2013/11/water-has-rights-too-barlow 'It's not okay to poison me' #YZF #NWT #CoC ant- #fracking potest http://ow.ly/q9JxO Maude Victoria Barlow (born May 24, 1947) is a Canadian author. She is the National Chairperson of the Council of Canadians, a citizens’ advocacy organization with members and chapters across Canada. She is also the co-founder of the Blue Planet Project, which works internationally for the human right to water. Maude chairs the board of Washington-based Food & Water Watch, is a founding member of the San Francisco–based International Forum on Globalization, and a Councillor with the Hamburg-based World Future Council. In 2008/2009, she served as Senior Advisor on Water to the 63rd President of the United Nations General Assembly. She has authored and co-authored 16 books. http://www.canadians.org/maude From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maude_Barlow 20131031 Maude Barlow-003

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