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Hands On Films

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  1. Fuel for thought

    Anita Roddick returns with the issue that's proved to be most popular with the Hands On viewers: renewable energy: Italian engineers make a breakthrough in tapping energy from hot springs; in the Dominican Republic solar energy has put slum dwellers on the grid for the first time; in the UK ASDA - a major supermarket chain - is running its fleet of lorries on used cooking oil, a cleaner source of fuel than diesel; villagers in Kenya are benefiting from mini-hydro and in Bangladesh solar-powered fridges are ensuring vaccines are conserved. Duration: 24 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  2. Lifting the lid

    Ask anyone who is fortunate enough to live in one of the minority of the world's households with a flush toilet what happens to their sewage, and the answer would most likely be: 'I don't know and don't want to'. But with six billion people in the world each producing 550 litres of excreta a year the world's waste is going to waste. This Hands On programme lifts the lid on the world's toilets: we go down the drain in Karachi, get a worm's eye view in Ireland and sit with the Swedes in Stockholm. Duration: 24 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  3. City scope

    'Hands On' - the regular Earth Report programme that gives would be green consumers and entrepreneurs tips on eco-enterprise - goes downtown. Five stories from towns and cities from all the continents will show that the sustainable city is a dream some people are turning into reality. Duration: 24 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  4. Grow it yourself

    Feeding the growing numbers of the world's population is proving to be one of the most important challenges farmers have ever faced. Yet for many people, growing enough food simply to survive is the greatest challenge. Grow it Yourself reveals innovative ways of improving self-sufficiency, where tradition and science are working hand in hand. Duration: 26 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  5. From the farm

    Huge increases in global food production since the 1960s have depended on chemicals and industrialstyle intensive farming. In the wake of cancer scares and Mad Cow Disease, consumers are going organic. And so does this 'Hands On' programme. In Malawi the 'Freedom Farm' draws on traditional and new chemical-free methods to boost production and in India the demand for cotton grown without pesticides creates new challenges. While in Spain and the UK we focus on the successful marketing of organic products. Duration: 24 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  6. The Equator show

    This programme provides an antidote to depressing coverage of wildlife destruction in the world's tropical countries. 'Pure Gene-eous' profiles communities from Africa, Asia and Latin America, with their own strategies for saving local bio-diversity. They are doing it for a simple reason - they are making money out of it. Duration: 26 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  7. Back in business

    Who would imagine that mobile phones are a good business proposition for illiterate women in rural Bangladesh, or that peanut butter producers could help families survive Zimbabwe's economic crisis? Back in Business learns the tricks of the trade from entrepreneurs around the world as they use a combination of innovative ideas and business acumen in their quest to make a profit. Duration: 24 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  8. Out of asia

    This film travels to India, Sri Lanka and Thailand to see how credit initiatives can boost more than just incomes; and how innovative fishing methods combined with new practices can also improve people's livelihoods and safeguard the environment. In the Indian state of Maharashtra, a group of women entrepreneurs are benefitting from a new credit scheme which has helped them out of the poverty trap and into thriving businesses - a boost not only to their livelihoods, but also to their confidence. Meanwhile in the south of Thailand, fishing communities are working to restore depleted fish stocks, by replanting mangrove and seagrass beds which act as spawning grounds, and by phasing out the destructive push nets which have contributed to the problem in the first place. Duration: 26 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  9. Water ways

    The theme is using water wisely. If all the world's water supply was put in a bucket, the moisture clinging to a finger dipped in it represents all the freshwater available to its six billion inhabitants. Most of the stories come from the developing world where unsustainable demands on rivers and underground sources are being made. In Malaysia, a model WWF campaign is getting the message through that protecting forested watersheds is the key to keeping streams clean and flowing all year round; in Nepal, ram-pumps are proving popular; in South Africa, children playing on a roundabout pump up water for a nearby vegetable garden; in Greece, water 'cigars' are coming to the rescue of parched Aegean islands. Duration: 24 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  10. Sting in the tale

    'Hands On' - the regular Earth Report programme that gives tips on green enterprise - tours the world in search of innovation. This programme starts in a laboratory in Belgium where we find that bees arethe latest recruits in the battle against pollution. In Sweden, more animal magic - the sniffer dogs trained to detect mercury. In Bangladesh, sari cloth is being used as a cheap and simple filter to help prevent the spread of cholera. In China, coalbed methane is a peril for miners. It has to be vented safely into the atmosphere. But methane is a greenhouse gas many times more potent than carbon dioxide. Through a new method being tried out in the mining town of Yangquan it's being used to meet household energy needs for 20,000 people. Duration: 24 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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