Archive for the 'Environment' Category

18
Mar
12

Ventura’s Watershed with Paul Jenkins

airing 3/18 – 3/23/12 in Ventura (see air times)

NOTE:  no longer airing in other cities in Ventura County because Time-Warner Cable has discontinued Public Access in those communities

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Ventura River Estuary

Interview with Paul Jenkin, environmental director with Surfrider Foundation, Ventura, CA, chapter, and Leslie Purcell about the preservation and restoration of the Ventura River and Ventura’s beaches.
Filmed at Surfer’s Point in Ventura, CA.

12
Mar
12

The next American Economy with Van Jones

airing on 3/11 – 3/16/12 in Ventura (see air times)

NOTE:  no longer airing in other cities in Ventura County because Time-Warner Cable has discontinued Public Access in those communities

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Van Jones, Green for All

Speech by Van Jones, environmental advocate, civil rights activist, and attorney. Jones is a co-founder of three non-profit organizations. In 1996, he founded the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, a California non-governmental organization (NGO) working for alternatives to violence. In 2005, he co-founded Color of Change, an advocacy group for African Americans. In 2007, he founded Green For All, a national NGO dedicated to “building an inclusive green economy strong enough to lift people out of poverty.” His first book, The Green Collar Economy, was released on October 7, 2008, and reached number 12 on the New York Times Best Seller list. In 2008, Time magazine named Jones one of its “Heroes of the Environment”.

29
Jan
12

David Korten: End Money as Power and Build Real Community Wealth

2 parts

airing 1/29 to 2/10/2012 in Ventura (see air times)
airing 1/30 and 2/6/2012 in other cities in Ventura County (see air times)

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David Korten, economist, activist, author

Economist and visionary, David Korten, dicusses the deceptions of Empire in the languaging of economic practices that serve the wealthiest at the expense of communities. He discusses the Occupy Movement, the IMF, and World Bank and also the need to shift to an economy based on natural systems.

Special thanks to the Conejo Valley Unitarian Universalist Church.

Cindy Piester of Pulse TV

10
Sep
11

the dangers of diablo canyon nuclear plant

2 parts

airing during 8/28 to 9/8/2011 in Ventura (see air times)
airing 8/29 and 9/9/2011 in other cities in Ventura County (see air times)

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Jane Swanson with San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace


Interview with Jane Swanson, San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace, and Cindy Piester of Pulse TV about the dangers of the nuclear plant at Diablo Canyon near San Luis Obispo, CA.
Filmed at CAPS TV in Ventura, CA, on July 30, 2010.

Cindy Piester of Pulse TV

19
Jun
11

Agent Orange – A Troubled Legacy Continues

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Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange

An Interview with members of Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange (VAVA.org) as well as the Vietnam Agent Orange Relief & Responsibility Campaign (vn-agentorange.org)

The U.S. is now spending more than $1,000,000,000,000. yearly on it’s National Security Budget

U.S. has also provided $3,000,000. compensation to Vietnam for the destruction of it’s land and to “help” the 3,000,000 victims of Agent Orange

None of this money has actually gone to the people, and even if it had, it would only provide one dollar per person – or the price of a single bowl of noodles per person.

13
May
11

The Tar Sands Disaster

airing 5/15 through 5/20/11 in Ventura (see air times)

airing 5/16/11 in other cities in Ventura County (see air times)

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Paul Edwards, environmental advocate

Interview with Paul Edwards, environmental advocate from Montana, and Cindy Piester of Pulse TV. Discuss the tar sands extraction in Alberta, Canada, and its negative effects on the environment in Canada, the northern U.S. and the world.

Filmed at CAPS TV in Ventura, CA on April 18, 2011.

Cindy Piester, producer & host of Pulse TV




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