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Films on Water, Climate, Tsunami, Sustainable Energy, and Environment

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  1. Life IV: Listen to the Kids

    One in five of the world’s population is aged between 12 and 18. In developing countries, where the percentage is much higher, children and young people often carry a huge burden of responsibility at work and in the home. Yet despite this, rarely are their voices and views taken into account. Life travels from post-conflict Sri Lanka to the back streets of New Delhi Bangladesh and to Nepal to find out what is the reality. Duration: 23 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  2. Slums and Money: WDR 2009: Reshaping Economic Geography

    The authors of the World Bank’s World Development Report 2009: Reshaping Economic Geography claim that the free market philosophy has not gone far enough. Ancient China, they argue, fell behind Europe because it closed its doors to the benefits of trade, transport and technology. Now, they say, the world risks repeating China’s mistakes by ignoring barriers to progress which should have long ago been dismantled. Duration: 45 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  3. Lease of Life

    The magnificence of the Himalayas stands in stark contrast to the impoverished lives of its people. But the poorest of the poor are now in the forefront of a controversial new government scheme to reforest barren hillsides – and planting trees helps absorb CO2. The scheme has given Laxmi, a poor landless farmer a new lease of life. But wealthier villagers criticize the scheme insisting the land could be put to better use. Duration: 26 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  4. The President's Dilemma

    This film highlights the dilemma facing one man in charge of a vanishing island state in the Pacific. The islands of Kiribati were among the last places to be colonized by mankind. Now climate change and rising sea levels mean they may be the first to be abandoned. 'The President's Dilemma' looks at the challenges President Tong faces from the climate, the wider world and from his own people. Duration: 26 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  5. REDD Alert

    Could carbon become the developing world's new cash crop? Tropical forests store a quarter of the earth's carbon and suck in 15 per cent of all the CO2 we emit each year. A new international concept called REDD, aims to make tropical forests more valuable as living, breathing ecosystems than if they are cleared for farmland. Earth Report travels to the vast rainforests of Africas Congo Basin, to find out if forests can realistically pay their way as global carbon stores and who exactly will benefit. Duration: 26 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  6. Stolen Fish part-1

    Illegal fishing is a multi million dollar business and one of the most serious threats to global fish stocks. In a 2-part programme Earth Report reveals the ‘pirate’ fishing trawlers illegally plundering the seas off West Africa. In part one we visit local communities devastated by the activities of pirate vessels and watch as one illegal trawler is boarded and caught red-handed. Duration: 22 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  7. Stolen Fish part-2

    Illegal fishing is a multi million dollar business and one of the most serious threats to global fish stocks. In a 2-part programme Earth Report reveals the ‘pirate’ fishing trawlers illegally plundering the seas off West Africa. In the second of two programmes we learn some of the tricks of the trade as pirate vessels hide their identity behind flags of convenience and see how illegally caught fish are smuggled into Europe. Duration: 22 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  8. Perfectly Cool

    Rising temperatures and growing consumerism have led to a global boom in sales of fridges and air conditioning. But our need to stay cool is not only damaging the ozone layer but also accelerating global warming. Air conditioners don’t just damage the environment – one widely used coolant gas, HCFC, is also destroying the ozone layer.The answer? – a coolant gas that won’t harm the ozone layer and doesn’t act as a greenhouse gas. Duration: 26 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  9. Down to Earth

    ‘Carbon capture’ is the new holy grail of scientists working on climate change strategies. How do we soak up the carbon we’ve been releasing into the atmosphere, fuelling global warming? High tech innovation is one approach - but low cost, low tech approaches might be just as, if not more, valuable. Across Mali and Burkina Faso poor farmers have been turning the desert back to productive farmland by planting trees and improving soils. Earth Report explores the key role they’re playing in the battle against climate change. Duration: 26 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  10. Burning Bush

    Forest fires raging across Central Kalimantan in Borneo are destroying vital peat swamp forests, and exacerbating climate change. Working 24-hour shifts, Indonesian fire fighting teams have been battling roaring flames above ground, but also struggling to extinguish the more insidious, hard-to-detect underground peat fires. Scientists estimate that deforestation contributes up to 20 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions. Duration: 24 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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