1. Pet Recycling, a success story


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    PET reciclying is one of the most envriomentaly friendly kind of reciclyng we as humans are doing right now, this industry is growing very fast, and will constinue to grow as long as there are people commited to saving our planet. And thank god there are quite a few who understand we only have one planet.

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    • Regional Recycling - Social Media Animation


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      www.Ci-Media.ca www.regionalrecycling.ca

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      • WA$TED - Trailer VOD


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        Watch the whole series on www.vimeo.com/ondemand/wasted

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        • WA$TED Season 2 - Young Professionals VOD


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          Every year this flat throws out half a tonne of uneaten food, wasting $8,000 on groceries which go straight into the bin, and they spend even more on clothes and shoes. Its time to turn these frivolous shopaholics into thrifty eco warriors. Synopsis: These four young professionals enjoy a lifestyle based around convenience and luxury. They over-shop at the supermarket, then throw out $130 worth (8 kg) of food every week. They happily chow down on takeaways and coffee-to-go and biff the packaging without a thought of the resources used to make it. The three girls wardrobes are overflowing with designer clothes worth more than $50,000. The bottle-blonde sisters suffer from burning scalps thanks to the chemical hair dyes they use and Alanna’s 13 year old 2.8L gas guzzler spews out more carbon emissions per year than the average New Zealander. The WA$TED! team wake these urbanites up to their wasteful ways by dumping a year’s worth of uneaten food on their doorstep. We point them in the right direction by curbing their shocking shopping habits and offering eco alternatives to their chemical coifs and cars. Will these fashion-conscious flatmates be happy to make a few more personal sacrifices and face up to the fact that green is the new black?

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          • WA$TED Season 2 - Staples Family VOD


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            DIY Dave’s three skip loads of building waste is causing an environmental disaster and his unfinished building jobs could be affecting his family’s health. We set him to task; stripping back his shop-a-holic habits, finding a solution to his polluting boat and fix their boggy backyard, saving them a load of cash. Synopsis: Ex-builder Dave has been renovating his house but his unfinished and badly managed DIY projects have sent more than three skip loads of building waste to landfill. When not creating waste his other specialty is creating clutter – impulse buying tools and other junk that never get used. Meanwhile Karen creates havoc of her own cranking the dryer instead of using the washing line, choosing to blame the boggy backyard rather than her own laziness. The WA$TED! team install a rain garden to fix their drainage problem, encourage Wade to join the Walking School Bus to reduce emissions and congestion at the school gates, and find a petrol free alternative to their polluting motorboat. We challenge Dave to finish his DIY jobs using leftover building materials and Karen to find new homes for their unused junk. Will three weeks be enough for them to change their wasteful ways and save them cash?

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            • Research saving the planet by Dennis Pamlin


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              ->Sound starts at 01:30 Full title: Research saving the planet: Understanding the global challenges of our time and the role of climate as well as you as scientists/humans By Dennis Pamlin, Global Challenges Foundation (http://globalchallenges.org/) Date: October 30 2013

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              • Sombath Somphone: Lao Development Visionary Speaks


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                Sombath Somphone worked for 30 years to promote sustainable development through training and educating young people in Lao PDR. In 1996, he founded Participatory Development Training Center (PADETC), which he headed until mid 2012. In 2005, he received the Ramon Magsaysay Award (Asia’s Nobel Prize) in recognition of his efforts to promote sustainable development in Laos “by training and motivating its young people to become a generation of leaders”. On 15 Dec 2012 he disappeared in Vientiane, and is believed to have been abducted. His family and friends have appealed for his safe return, but there was no news until 4 Jan 2013. http://sombath.org This video is edited from an interview TVE Asia Pacific filmed with Sombath in September 2008 for the Saving the Planet Asian regional TV series. Excerpts appeared in the Lao story that featured PADETC’s efforts to transform Lao education. He outlines his vision for inclusive and sustainable development, and how digital technologies can be used to spread knowledge and education among youth, enabling them to create their own media to tell their own stories. Interview transcript at: http://www.tveap.org/?q=0113ssd_01.htm

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                • The Artificial Leaf | Jared P. Scott & Kelly Nyks


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                  THE ARTIFICIAL LEAF is a 2nd Place Winner in the $200,000 GE FOCUS FORWARD Filmmaker Competition. Watch the winners at http://www.focusforwardfilms.com/winners. Dan Nocera has a simple formula to save the planet: sunlight + water = energy for the world. Directed by JARED P. SCOTT Produced by KELLY NYKS, JARED P. SCOTT Director of photography ROB FEATHERSTONE Edited by JARED P. SCOTT Graphics by NOAH POOLE Music by MALCOLM I. FRANCIS Sound recording by N.G. POHOLCHUK Additional cinematography by S.J. WALKER Title design by MELISSA TIERNEY Assistant editing by THERON POWELL, S.J. WALKER Additional camera (nyc) by ANDERS BIRCH, JARED P. SCOTT Intern JONATHAN HESS Production assistants LEIGH LANOCHA, KELLY SMITH Very special thanks to DAN NOCERA, DILEK DOGUTAN KIPER, ALLISON KELSEY Thanks to EVERYONE AT NOCERA RESEARCH GROUP/LAB, CAROLINE McCALL, JODY MELLO, JENNIFER GALLAGHER, AND MIT

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                  • Building thing at UNEP-WCMC


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                    A short timelapse video capturing a day of work at UNEP-WCMC

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                    • Echoes of the Tongass


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                      Echoes of the Tongass showcases the historic struggle to save Alaska's wilderness. Set in the mid-twentieth century, the film follows a group of Sitka locals as they strive to start the first conservation organization in Southeast Alaska. Faced with criticism from the public, and threats from industry, this dedicated group of wilderness leaders must overcome severe adversity as they realize their mission. With its simple inspiring message, Echoes of the Tongass shines as a beacon of hope and sets a formative foundation example for success in the current environmental struggle. This film was made by Pioneer Videography in collaboration with the Sitka Conservation Society. Learn more: www.sitkawild.org www.pioneervideography.com

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