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The Green Interview Travels Abroad

Posted on Feb 6, 2018 | 0 comments

THE GREEN INTERVIEW IN … … AUSTRALIA, IRELAND, ENGLAND, THE US, NEW ZEALAND …. In addition to providing The Green Interview on our own site, we also partner with several online distributors including Films on Demand, Gale Cengage, McIntyre Media and Kanopy Streaming. We’re currently upgrading our videos on the Kanopy site to high-definition, which...

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The Mind of Mary Wood

Posted on Jan 27, 2018 | 0 comments

MARY CHRISTINA WOOD It’s been called “the most important lawsuit in the history of the planet” – and none of the plaintiffs is over 21. In the “Our Children’s Trust” case, 21 young Americans are suing the US government for violating their constitutional rights to life, liberty, and property through its continuing support of industries that cause climate change. They...

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Thumbnail, Kindle and Calendar

Posted on Sep 11, 2016 | 0 comments

You spoke. We listened. You told us overwhelmingly that you preferred the photo that showed me talking with Mi’kmaw canoe builder Todd Labrador, beside the Wildcat River. But some of you found the people lost in the background. So we cropped it closer, clarified the text, and we’re using it as our thumbnail. Thank you! Here it is: Meanwhile, Warrior...

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Thomas Linzey and Mari Margil: The Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund

Posted on Mar 7, 2015 | 0 comments

What do you do if an oil company wants to frack in your village, or an agri-corporation wants to set up a pig feedlot (or a salmon feedlot) next to your property? What legal right do you have to object? Almost none. And your community probably has no right to object either. If the state or the province approves, the corporation is entitled to proceed. Enter the...

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South American Stories (3): Quito: Trials and Tribunals

Posted on Feb 10, 2014 | 0 comments

QUITO, ECUADOR The odd thing is that you can go to jail for smoking the wrong kind of cigarette or swiping a sweater from a store – but you can get away scot-free after demolishing a forest, destroying a mountain or poisoning the water that thousands of people (and other creatures) rely on for their very lives. The Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature wants to...

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Let’s Make a Film Together! says Silver Donald Cameron

Posted on Jan 6, 2014 | 0 comments

Imagine if the Earth had rights. Imagine if you yourself had the right to clean air and water, the right to a healthy environment. You don’t, you know. In 177 countries around the world, people do have those rights. But Canadians don’t, and Americans don’t. Getting those rights into the North American legal system may be the most important single...

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Fifty Interviews — and much, much more!

Posted on Nov 16, 2013 | 0 comments

That’s right: since launching the site in 2010, we’ve published fifty interviews – and three special presentations as well, a concert and two documentaries. You haven’t heard much from us lately not because we had nothing to say, but because we’ve been too busy to say it. The fiftieth interview, just posted on the site, is with John Borrows,...

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