Green TV & Video

Seeing green? Check out our picks for “must see” television and video.

Arbopals

Green Lifestyles - arbopals a virtual world for kids launched recently that not only entertains with fun games and activities, it also delivers a real world benefit in the form of more trees for Planet Earth.TORONTO  - A new virtual world for kids launched recently that not only entertains with fun games and activities, it also delivers a real world benefit in the form of more trees for Planet Earth.

As kids play on www.arbopals.com, tree-plantings are funded in 21 countries. Read More »

Tar Creek- The Film

tarcreek1As of the summer of 2009 a few small towns in north eastern Oklahoma became ghost towns. This area is known as Tar Creek. About 80% of the land is the land that was given to the Quapaw tribe after the federal government moved them from their original land.

In the 1870’s Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) illegitimately sold Quapaw land to mining companies after lead and zinc was found in the area.

After the mines were closed in the 1970’s, the mines filled with water which led to the metal laden water getting in to ground water and near by water ways. Also huge piles of waste from the mines, called chat piles, were left. These piles contain large amounts of lead and other toxic metals that blow around in the wind and contaminate the communities around them. Read More »

Disneynature Oceans

oceans_300x250Last Earth Day Disneynature wowed us with Earth and are back to do it again. Directors Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud will take us deep into the world’s oceans to show us things we have never seen on film before. Read More »

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