Nature is a Model for Waste Management
In this interview by Deer Park Institute, Ravi Gulati of New Delhi, India, talks about the importance of viewing waste in the spirit of nature, where there is no waste and where all discards are used rather than hidden from view.
The Story of Cap & Trade: Why you can’t solve a problem with the thinking that created it
New Film by Story of Stuff Creator Offers Provocative, Humorous Look at CAP & TRADE on Eve of Copenhagen Summit San Francisco, CA -- The Story of Stuff Project and Climate Justice Now!—an international network of climate justice advocates—will release The Story of Cap & Trade, a 9-minute animated film on carbon trading, on December 1st worldwide at www.storyofstuff.org.
MALAYSIA: Alice Lee, The Accidental Activist
The transformation of a simple village girl into a fierce defender of her community.
Energy from Waste: Part 1 -The Myths Debunked
Dr. Paul Connett and others oppose the government of Ontario's plan to burn waste for energy supply. Part 1 of a series from the press conference of March 29, 2007.
EGYPT: Laila Iskandar on You Tube
Laila Iskandar of the firm “Community and Institutional Development” talks about garbage recycling in Cairo, Egypt. “What it strikes me about the recyclers of the world (the garbage collectors, the scavengers) is that they delight in recovering what we, with such great disrespect, throw away,” Iskandar said.
Group pushes for total ban on endosulfan
TV news coverage of a demonstration in the Philippines in support of a total ban on the use of endosulfan.
World Environment Day Celebration
TV news coverage in the Philippines of the release of GAIA's Stop Trashing the Climate report on World Environment Day 2008.