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Climate Change, Sanitation and Environment

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  1. Earth Report XII: Adopt, Adapt and Survive

    The first signs of a changing climate are there for all to see. Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa is a spectacular sight with its icy summit. However, 80% of the ice has been lost since 1912, and it's estimated that in less than 20 years it will all be gone. Earth Report travels to the equatorial region of East Africa - south to the verdant slopes of Kilimanjaro in Tanzania; north to the drylands around Lake Turkana in Kenya; and then to the central Machakos hills to find out what impacts climate change may have on the livelihoods of the people in this incredibly diverse region. Duration: 22 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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  2. Climate Change, Sanitation and Environment (Special Package Price)

    Package of all 16 films at 20% discount !! You pay only Rs 12,160/- for the DVD format.
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  3. Earth Report VIII: Not a Dirty Word 2

    The latest UN assessment is that 1.1 billion people live without access to clean drinking water and more than twice that number is denied hygienic means of sanitation. The same assessment found that while progress has been achieved in the 1990s in meeting international targets, the increase in the numbers of the absolute poor had all but wiped out the advances. Earth Report goes to Sao Paolo, Nairobi and Manila to report on cheap community-operated schemes that offer new hope. Duration: 23 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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  4. Earth Report IX: Pipe Dreams

    For most people, living without access to a safe, clean toilet is unthinkable. Or is it? For nearly two and a half billion, almost half of us, it's a daily reality. It has a profound impact on health. The spread of water-borne diseases like diarrhea kill more than 2.2 million people every year - most of them children. It also in turn affects education and development. Earth Report travels to Senegal, Uganda and India to see what communities are doing to clean up their act. Duration: 23 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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  5. Life VI: Collision course

    In Collision Course we accompany Indian road safety campaigner Harman Sidhu – himself the victim of a major road crash 10 years ago which left him paralysed and confined to a wheelchair. Harman takes us out on a journey on the chaotic roads of New Delhi in India and Sao Paolo in Brazil to find out what the main factors are behind the huge toll of road traffic deaths and injuries. Duration: 25 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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  6. Life IV: Slum Futures

    Life goes to Mumbai, formerly Bombay, to investigate the city's extraordinary slum culture. There is poverty and suffering but Mumbai's slum dwellers are a vibrant and proud community. The city is also an important microcosm of how slums are developing around the world. We meet many characters. They have no electricity, an illegal supply of water and no toilet. Globally one in six people live in slums. At the current rate of growth, that proportion's going to double by 2030 to one in every three. As well as traveling through Mumbai's slums, "Slum Futures" also looks at how the authorities will deal with such a massive influx. Duration: 23 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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  7. Life IV: Helping Ourselves!

    This programme explores changes in two Indian states that have succeeded in giving previously powerless people some control over their lives. In Karnataka, the IT revolution has allowed farmers to access the previously inaccessible land deeds so vital to obtaining the credit with which they can sow next year's harvest. In Andhra Pradesh, women's self-help groups have enabled rural women to change aspects of their lives they were unhappy with, and given them a voice in local government. Duration: 23 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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  8. Life IV: This Hard Ground

    Away from the idyllic, tropical paradise beaches of Sri Lanka, a civil war has been raging for the last twenty years. This Life programme examines the fragile peace and what it means to people who have fled because of the fighting. We talk to the Sri Lankan army, the government and NGOs and ask what are the prospects for a long-term political settlement and lasting peace Duration: 23 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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  9. Life IV: Reaching Out to the Grass Roots

    In this programme Life looks at two very different approaches to improving the lives of poor people – one through education in Bangladesh, the other through what’s known as ‘community – driven development’ in Indonesia – and asks whether they can be replicated in other countries trying to meet the targets of the Millennium Development Goals of halving the number of people living in poverty by 2015. Duration: 26 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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  10. Earth Report X: Fate of the Oceans part 1: Plundering the Oceans

    Earth Report travels to over a dozen locations to report on the state of global fisheries. This first installment delivers a story that should ring alarm bells throughout the world. Almost without exception, our fishing grounds are being recklessly exploited. Indian fishermen use nets with mesh so fine that even seawater only trickles out and in the Mediterranean it may already be too late for the tuna. This self-destructive approach is exemplified by a story from Bali – new hotels were made from local coral. When the coral went, so did the fish. When the tourists went snorkeling there were no fish to see. Duration: 23 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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