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Sharkwater: The Explosive Documentary Film on the Costa Rica Shark Fin Trade

Rob Stewart tells the amazing story of the making of the documentary firm Sharkwater.  Rob uncovers the connection between the illegal shark fin trade, the mafia and the Costa Rican government.  Hear the story of how they were chased down by guns boats during the making of the film by the Costa Rican government.  Get the inside scoop of the story behind this remarkable film directly from the Director/Producers mouth.

Also Visit the Sharkwater Website
More  Information Here About Declining Shark Populations in Costa Rica

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Cutting Down Trees to Save the Rainforest


Sustainable Forestry has been a solution in Papua New Guinea.  (See Video Below) The management planned developed by locals and environmental groups mimic the natural dynamic of the forest. By carefully observing the natural cessation of different native trees and their different roles in the forest ecosystem, they recreated the natural processes in the forest. Through the execution of this plan the forest areas were fully regenerated with virtually no long term negative effects on the forest. At the same time providing a sustainable income source for the people living on the land.

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National Geographic Human Footprint – The Eggs We Consume

National Geographic Human FootprintNational Geographic demonstrates a lifetime of egg consumption by an average individual.

Part One – Introduction
Part Two – Milk & Daily Industry
Part Three – Meat Consumption

Part Four – Eggs for a Lifetime
Part Five – Bread
Part Six- Fruit Consumption

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National Geographic’s Human Foot Print – Bread Consumption

Human Footprint BreadHow much bread will you consume in your lifetime?

Part Three – Meat Consumption
Part Four – Eggs for a Lifetime
Part Five – Bread
Part Six- Fruit Consumption
Part Seven – Soda Consumption

Part Eight – Showers
Part Nine – Hygiene and Cosmetics

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The Human Footprint from National Geographic.

The Human FootprintNational Geographic produced an enlightening series which illustrates the consumption of the Average American. Human Footprint reveals the lifetime consumption of an average American including the resources needed to produce, package and transport everything consumed. The numbers staggering when you visually see exactly what we consume.

The Human Footprint – Trash
The Human Footprint – Cars
Part One – Introduction
Part Two – Milk & Daily Industry
Part Three – Meat Consumption

Part Four – Eggs for a Lifetime
Part Five – Bread
Part Six- Fruit Consumption

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