Re: [Videolib] Help with environment and nutrition films

From: Linda Hellman <lhellman@optonline.net>
Date: Tue Jun 16 2009 - 08:07:28 PDT

Dear Wendy:

Here are a number of recent releases on the topic of global warming and environmental science that are available in either DVD format www.ambrosevideo.com or for streaming and downloads: www.ambrosedigital.com .

The below are chaptered into short, stand-alone segments, CC, and include ancillary materials at no charge. here are links to preview clips and full descriptions for the following programs/series.

When the Water Tap Runs Dry (2009)
http://www.ambrosevideo.com/items.cfm?id=1324

Glaciers and Ice Caps: The Melting (2009)
http://www.ambrosevideo.com/items.cfm?id=1298&category_id=1

Life After Oil: The New Energy Alternatives
http://www.ambrosevideo.com/items.cfm?id=1252&category_id=1

Global Warming: The Rising Storm
http://www.ambrosevideo.com/items.cfm?id=1222&category_id=1

Global Warming: Science and Solutions
http://www.ambrosevideo.com/items.cfm?id=1213&category_id=1

Linda Hellman
Ambrose Video Publishing,Inc.
Tel: 1.888.802.6715

E-Mail: LHellman@ambrosevideo.com
Streaming: www.ambrosedigital.com

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6/28 -7/1 Washington DC
Booth Number 0745

 

 

  ----- Original Message -----
  From: Wendy Davis
  To: videolib@lists.berkeley.edu
  Sent: Monday, June 15, 2009 3:57 PM
  Subject: [Videolib] Help with environment and nutrition films

  I have a biology instructor who loves using Diet for a New America (1994) in his classes but he was hoping to find something newer. Does anyone know of another film along those same lines (more nutrition, less vegetarianism) with a more recent copyright? Also, he is looking for an "empowering, call to action" film dealing with the environment, global warming, wetlands, etc. My trouble is I am finding tons to weed through, does anyone have one or two to recommend?

   

  Both film cannot be too long - 45-50 minutes max.

   

  Thanks!!

   

  Wendy

   

  Wendy Davis

  Assitant Library Director

  PTC Libraries

  Pulaski Technical College

  3000 West Scenic Drive

  North Little Rock, Arkansas 72118

  501-812-2273

   

   

   

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