This Week on THE GREEN
BIG IDEAS FOR A SMALL PLANET: BUILD
Building is an important part of the green movement. Some things can be rebuilt into eco-friendly places while others have to be made from scratch in order to obtain LEED certification. Recently, Kodak Film has demolished old factories and have started building new, hi-tech factories in their place.
This week’s episode of BIG IDEAS includes some interesting personalities and projects that focus around building homes and public buildings.
Here is a short clip that will give you a taste for some of this week’s events.
ECO BIZ: FUTURE OF LIFE
As the name implies, this wonderful charity organization wants to insure that there is a future of life for all the species on planet earth. As vegetation throughout the planet is a central part of providing habitat for life forms, the organization has partnered with the Girl Scouts of America and has trained thousands of kids on how to plant trees.
ECO-DOCUMENTARY: ART FROM THE ARCTIC
Take a virtual trip to the arctic expanses of earth. Journey through the changing landscape and hidden mysteries of the north pole with a team of explorers who look at the landscape from artistic and scientific lenses. Discover the breathtaking beauty that may not exist by the end of the 21st century.
Check out this video clip and make sure to catch THE GREEN this week.
ECOISTS: ROBERT F. KENNEDY
Descended from a long line of American heroes, Robert F. Kennedy might rival his father’s enthusiasm for the protection of nature. Dedicated to cleaning and restoring the rivers and lakes of America, Mr. Kennedy wants to explain the importance of water to all the world. Check out this brief clip from ECOISTS and catch this segment on THE GREEN.
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