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Films on Climate Change

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  1. The Greenhouse Effect

    This film looks at research into the impact of greenhouse gases on world climate patterns. It examines a range of measures that could alleviate the problems of global warming — from switching to nuclear power and massive reforestation projects to energy conservation. Duration: 52 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  2. Race to Save the Sky

    Brokered by UNEP, the 1987 Montreal Protocol was heavily criticised by environmental groups for not being tough enough. In this film we find the world is on course to end the threat from ozone-depleting chemicals. But we also find that the first generation of alternatives are potent greenhouse agents. Now the race is on to get industry and consumers to adopt hydrocarbons - the climate friendly alternative. Duration: 25 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  3. Europe Stories 2: Europe on Air

    In Western Europe frequent urban air quality alerts are testimony to the failure to control pollution from the car. With major exceptions such as Amsterdam and Copenhagen, official efforts to get Europeans out of their cars and on to trains, buses and cycles have not been a success. Despite increasing traffic congestion and evidence of the toll on human health, Europeans are obstinately refusing to abandon their cars. Duration: 20 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  4. No Doubt At All

    The world’s nations emerged from Kyoto with an agreement by the industrialised nations designed to stabilise and then reduce greenhouse gases. At the Bonn meeting of 161 governments we find that little progress has been made, especially in the United States where there is no sign that its mighty 25 per cent share of the world’s energy use is likely to be reduced. Duration: 24 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  5. Changing Climates : The Politics

    2001 was not an auspicious year for international agreement on climate change. First, governments failed to emerge from the Hague climate conference with even a compromise. Next, the new US President, George W. Bush, reneged on his campaign commitment to curb CO2 emissions. This was followed by news that, as far as the new US administration is concerned, the Kyoto Accord — designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions — is dead. This film takes a look at how difficult it is to align what science indicates must be done with what the international community is prepared to do. Duration: 27 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  6. Change in the Air

    Though accounting for just four per cent of the world’s population, the gas-guzzling United States produces close to a quarter of the world’s greenhouse gases. Unsurprisingly it is the target of bitter criticism from other nations that claim they are adhering to the Kyoto targets. US legislators don’t seem to care. However, that indifference may change. Duration: 22 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  7. Changing Climates: The Science

    Ever since the industrial revolution sparked the widespead burning of fossil fuels, climatologists have been preoccupied with measuring the effect of carbon dioxide on the Earth’s climate. This film takes a look back over 200 years of evolving scientific thought — sometimes confusing and contradictory — that has shaped the global warming debate. Duration: 27 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  8. Changing Climates : The Impact

    Is there concrete evidence that the greenhouse effect is changing our climate? This film travels to Africa, Asia and North America to find out if the long predicated change is already having an impact on society and the economy. Language: English/Hindi Duration: 27 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  9. Changing Climates : The Future

    This film brings information on what entrepreneurs and individuals around the world are doing in the fields of sustainable enterprise and appropriate technology. This film takes a look at some of the new technologies that generate power from clean and renewable sources. Duration: 27 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  10. Ozzy Ozone

    Hi! I am Ozzy, the ozone molecule. I stay in House no. O3, Ozo lane, Stratosphere colony, Atmospherenagar and protect you from armful UV rays of the Sun. Many of my friends have been dying of late and we couldn’t figure out why? And then I met this friend Alberta – the Albatross, who took me around the world to tell me why we are losing thousands of Ozzies everyday.
    Rs.950.00
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