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Green Means.

Green Means. 1: The first in a two part series of short video programs about ordinary people who are making positive contributions to the health of the planet. Includes segments on environmental activism in relation to grasslands preservation, eco-architecture and energy conservation, eco-agriculture, waste disposal, community gardens, marsh, stream and forest ecology, marine pollution, endangered species, the reintroduction of species and recycling. Accompanying text: Green means: living gently on the planet / Aubrey Wallace. San Francisco: KQED Books, 1994.
Green Means. 2: The second in a two part series of short video programs about ordinary people who are making positive contributions to the health of the planet. Includes segments on environmental activism in relation to the protection of endangered species, environmental racism in Texas, medicinal plants from rainforests, alternate automobile fuels, reef ecology in Florida, the reintroduction of endanged plants in New Mexico, commuting by bicycle, organic milk, environmental sculpture, cottage industries from recycled products, Cree Indians fighting a hydroelectric dam, the reintroduction of the American bison, solar ovens in Kenya, and rainforest ecology by Lacandon Indians. [1995]. 72 min. -4689