Health and Pollution : Films
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21 November 2007
Garbage! The Revolution Starts at Home, the new Canadian feature length documentary by filmmaker Andrew Nisker candidly portrays the threat to our environment as the Mcdonald family of Toronto tracks their waste output for three months.
21 August 2000
Toxic Pizza - Turn-around in Donetsk (1997) was commissioned to provide viewers in the Ukraine and other former Soviet Republics with a vision of a sustainable future.
21 August 2000
For Chernobyl - Years and Destinies (1996), Ukrainian Director Georgy Shklyarevsky, revisits the region ten years after the world's worst nuclear accident. His film reveals the devastating effects of the disaster which are set to last well into the next century.
- Goodbye to Planet 21
- Voices from Planet 21
- Dispatches from South India: Alleppey's dirty waters
- Bees at risk from chemicals increase
- Fracking requires a minimum distance from sensitive rock strata
- UN drinking water target met - but sanitation still falls short
- COMMENTARY: Urban India is drowning in its own waste
- Tar sands campaigners hit back at Canadian lobbying
- Troubling trends slow gains in life expectancy
- A fifty million dollar tipping point?
- Uphill fight to bring Gulf of Mexico's 'dead zones' back to life
- Ogoniland needs world's biggest clean-up
- Cancer now main cause of death in China
- Kenya leads way to greener fuel in East Africa
- Fertilizers and plastics are poisoning the oceans, says UN