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Environment & Ecology

Amazing Giant Saguaros of America's Southwest
The giant Saguaro is the most recognized cacti in the world, even though Arizona is the only state in which it grows. Western movies shot here have made the saguaro a symbol that's known internationally. You will see hundreds of giant saguaros, each with it's own personality as well as other plants and animals that share it's desert home.
14-4093 30 min. $ 15.99 ©1994

Amazing World Below
This beautifully filmed program explores the ecological world of Blanchard Springs Caverns in Arkansas. Discover a living cave, where nature continues with its work of creation, constantly carving and transforming the cavern walls, includes great animation on how caverns are formed and close-ups of bats, cave crickets and other dwellers of the dark.
14-2678 30 min. $ 24.95 ©1982

America's Rainforest
The rainforest of the Pacific Northwest is one of only three remaining temperate rainforests in the world. The viewer will gain an appreciation for the delicate nature of the very ecosystem necessary to sustain human existence on Earth. Through colorful and vivid cinematography the beauty, complexity, and wonder of these rapidly disappearing biospheres, and their consequential global effect, the viewer is treated to a close-up and commiserative view of what has truly become one of America's most irreplaceable treasures... its singular rainforest.
14-4102 35 min. $ 49.95 ©1992 1-56450-139-6

Art of the Wild
Writers of prose and poetry express their philosophy, backgrounds, and deep devotion to the land and all its inhabitants. Includes: John Daniel, Gary Snyder, Jane Hirshfield, Gary Paul Nabhan, Pattiann Rogers, Luci Tapahonso, and Terry Tempest Williams. Images of nature and wilderness.
14-4180 57 min. $ 19.95 ©1996 0-9638679-5-4

Challenges of the 21st Century
According to TV star Dennis Weaver, we are all environmentalists, it's just that some of us are not aware of the dangers of not speaking out. In his stirring live presentation, Dennis lists the present day problems and more importantly, the solutions.
14-4086 40 min. $ 29.95 ©1991

Choice is Yours
An overview of recycling and the many aspects that affect it. This documentary traces the journey of recyclable materials through the recycling chain back to the consumer. Recycling methods are shown in areas as diverse as farms and schools. Issues like markets and legislation are touched upon. This program also goes international by finding out how other countries recycle. At the end, the viewer is left with a choice, to recycle or not to recycle.
14-4073 55 min. $ 29.95 ©1992 1-56120-150-2

14-4152 150 min. $ 69.95 ©1996
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14-4147 25 min. $ 14.95 ©1996

Creation Geology
Three complete programs on one tape with Charlie Liebert: 'Volcanoes, Evidence for Creation 'Earth, How Old Are You?' and 'Noah's Flood.'
14-4221 90 min. $ 19.95 ©1996 1-57341-111-6

Creation Science
Three complete programs on one tape with Charlie Liebert: 'Creation or Evolution,' 'Dinosaurs, Created by God,' and 'The Implications of Evolution.'
14-4222 90 min. $ 19.95 ©1996 1-57341-110-8

Earthship with Dennis Weaver
Besides following the process of building actor Dennis Weaver's house from discarded tires and tin cans, this interesting look at recycling addresses the broader importance of environmental awareness and stewardship. Moreover, it discusses how small efforts..reducing, reusing, recycling, can lead to big solutions for global warming and deforestation. This engaging video would work well during units on recycling or for special Earth Day programming.
14-4065 27 min. $ 99 ©1995

Ecopsychology: Restoring the Earth, Healing the Self
Ecopsychology is a new science that links psychology and ecology, nature and human consciousness, and our mental health and the health of the planet. Features author/historian Theodore Roszak and Harvard Medical School clinical psychologist Sarah Conn.
14-4182 26 min. $ 19.95 ©1995 0-9638679-4-6

Edward Abbey: A Voice in the Wilderness
Edward Abbey: Voice in the Wilderness is a documentary that chronicles the life, words, and ideas of one of the most popular, outspoken advocates for wilderness preservation in the 20th century. Abbey, who died in 1989, is perhaps best known for his books Desert Solitaire and the Monkey Wrench Gang. He is widely credited with inspiring the radical environmental movement in the United States.
14-4035 57 min. $ 24.95 ©1993 0-9640589-0-1

Healing Our Planet, Healing Ourselves
Could mankind be on a direct path to self-destruct through the contamination of our planet through pollution? Noted author/lecturer Patricia Sun believes so and outlines specific steps to re-direct our efforts in a live presentation.
14-4085 40 min. $ 29.95 ©1991

Help Save Planet Earth
Reviewed and approved by some of the most respected environmental organizations representing millions of concerned citizens this video urges everyone to start making a difference today.
14-5859 30 min. $ 14.98 ©1990

This program can assist you in building your receptionist skills. Both volumes cover techniques to help make you a more effective and satisfied receptionist.
14-4032 110 min. $ 39.95 ©1991
14-8075 55 min. $ 19.95 ©1991
14-8076 55 min. $ 19.95 ©1991

Man for all Reasons
Last year's "Earth Summit" made major news. This video introduces you to the man behind the Summit, Maurice F. Strong, the most influential environmentalist in the world.
14-4000 30 min. $ 99 ©1993

Moving Beyond Auto America
Two of the biggest threats to the environment are the daily assault of the automobile on our air quality and the ecological disasters resulting from oil spills during the transport of the fuel our autos greedily devour. This documentary promotes public involvement in how transportation dollars are spent. It highlights foreign and domestic innovations of transportation systems and includes interviews with national experts. Most importantly, it raises the viewer's awareness of the problems caused by lack of public transportation in the United States and the need to do some serious and innovative planning.
14-4066 30 min. $ 99 ©1992

Nepal: On Top of the World
In the Himalayan kingdom of Nepal, deforestation is a mounting problem. Vast mountainsides have been denuded of trees for firewood, adversely affecting wildlife. Prabhakar Rana, an industrialist, is supported by the World Wildlife Fund USA, in his battle to find balance between Nepal's need for industrialization while at the same time preserving the environment.
14-4001 30 min. $ 99 ©1991

Our Precious Water
Produced in cooperation with environmental officials, this program answers the questions: Where does our drinking water come from? What is a watershed? and what can we do to stop the decline of our current water resources? This defines the equatic ecosystem and illustrates the importance of preserving our wetlands. National Award winner in environmental issues from the Communicator Awards of Arlington, Texas.
14-4205 28 min. $ 29.95 ©1997

Planetary Agenda: Real Causes and Cures of the Ecological Crisis
Short subjects, drawn from footage shot at the June, 1992 People's Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, feature eco-heros such as Al Gore, Helen Caldicott, Jerry Brown, David Brower, and Wangari Maathai. The tape relays the message of the Dalai Lama on care for the environment, along with strategies for restoring him to Tibet. Throughout flow generous samplings from the world music and dance performances at the event, including those by John Denver, Olivia Newton-John, and Paul Winter.
14-4155 63 min. $ 29.95 ©1994

Recycling: Progressive Waste Management for the 90's with Peter Grogan
Peter is an associate and Director of Materials Recovery for R.W. Beck & Associates in Seattle where he coordinates the largest staff dedicated to waste reduction, recycling and composting. He has developed programs for governments throughout the country and educational programs for schools. He is joined by Lorie Parker who directs one of the most successful recycling programs in the world .
14-8030 100 min. $ 39.95

Rock Cycle: Understanding the Processes and Products of an Ever-changing Earth
Unravels some of the mysteries of our dynamic earth by revealing a pattern: one where rocks evolve and transform from one type to another in a never-ending cycle. Through an innovative approach, this program brings to life this classic concept of earth science while it builds the connections between earth processes and products. Produced by an award-winning filmmaker and geologist, this program communicates the basic principles of geology in a technically-accurate manner that fuses science and art as a vehicle for learning. Designed for curious naturalists and beginning earth science students. Accompanied by a comprehensive Learning Guide.
14-4099 31 min. $ 79.95 ©1990 0-924580-28-3

Signs of Life: Archeology & Preservation in America
A lively, entertaining exploration of modern science applied to ancient times. From the field work to high-tech labs. The viewer learns the methods, reasons, and importance of archeology in answering questions of the past, solving problems of today, and guiding plans for the future. Any destruction is shown to be a loss of information vital to us all.
14-4165 28 min. $ 29.95 ©1996

Features Laura McKenzie.
14-4177 45 min. $ 24.95 ©1995
14-4176 47 min. $ 24.95 ©1995
14-4179 45 min. $ 24.95 ©1995
14-4178 45 min. $ 24.95 ©1995

Unfolding Story
Scientists, authors, religious leaders, native people, and other visionaries relate the story that is now unfolding of an interconnected, interdependent, living universe. Booklist says "...a perfect discussion starter." Video Librarian: "Recommended." Narrated by Mike Farrell.
14-4181 29 min. $ 19.95 ©1993 0-9638679-0-3

Vision of Our Future in The 3rd Millennium with Barbara Marx-Hubbard
The human race now has the power to destroy this world or to co-create a future of immeasurable possibilities. Conscious evolution is the new world view through which we learn to become ethical and responsible guides of our own evolution.
14-4166 60 min. $ 19.95 ©1997

Vision of Seeks-to-Hunt-Great
Based on Native American folklore, this program brings an awareness of our important relationship with our environment, our Mother Earth, and all of our brothers, be they two-legged, four-legged, or winged. "Everything is a circle like the Medicine Wheel...a teaching." Film awards include: Cine Golden Eagle Award, American Film Festival.
14-4067 26 min. $ 24.95 ©1993

Visions of a New World
Eight profound modern day thinkers give their perspective on creating a positive global future. Includes Ram Dass, Sun Bear, Jach Pursel, Louise Hay, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Dr. Willis Harman, Dennis Weaver and Ted Danson.
14-4170 60 min. $ 29.95

Visions of Eden: A Jewish Perspective on the Environment
An extraordinary group of scientific and religious experts travel the path of the Appalachian Trail in search of spiritual answers to the pressing environmental issues of our times. The majestic landscape is a stunning background for the inspired insights of this exciting inquiry. An ABC TV Network Special, with original music by Debbie Friedman.
14-4203 60 min. $ 32.95 ©1997

Wake Up California - The Hazards of Radioactive Waste Dumping
A documentary alert and social action tool for all citizens interested in preventing the irresponsible handling of toxic or radioactive waste in their communities. Leading experts reveal the truth about so-called "low level" waste, and its severe dangers to humanity and all life forms. They point the way toward safer, saner waste management methods than those now being considered.
14-4171 14 min. $ 29.95 ©1994

What Remains for the Future
The landscape of the Northwest is one of the most spectacular in the country. This program presents the history and ecology of the Pacific Northwest, showing the many plants and animals that inhabit the area. Also featured are the coastal an mountain environments. Finally, the impact recent human development has on this unique area in the U.S. are examined.
14-4068 30 min. $ 99 ©1991

This film provides an informative and poetic introduction to the history and uses of wind energy. "Windmills are imaginatively celebrated in this attractive program that competently combines artwork, vintage photographs, and filmed images with narration, lyrical musical accents, and atmospheric background sounds for a lively, entertaining view of wind power through the ages."
14-4070 20 min. $ 99 ©1984

Acclaimed author and respected consultant Noelle Nelson, Ph.D, has helped attorneys at the nation's top law firms win cases and maximize jury awards. Learn what it takes to prepare for that important litigation and to present yourself and your witness in a credible manner.
14-4143 25 min. $ 14.95 ©1995
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14-4145 150 min. $ 69.95 ©1995
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Wolf Man, Wolf Wish
By 1931, the wild western prairie wolves were all but extinct, the victims of vehement hunting by ranchers and government hunters. Jack Lynch, profiled in this program, is the lone man who is trying to save the wolves from extinction. Wolves were hunted because they preyed on sheep, which they ironically turned to when the bison herds were wiped out in the 1800's. The few prairie wolves remaining today are the descendants of wolves that were saved in the early 1900's by a Pennsylvania doctor named E.H. McCleery. Shortly before his death in 1961, McCleery turned over his wolves to Lynch who has since moved them to a ranch in Montana. There Lynch keeps them in large cages, hoping to free them some day.
14-4069 20 min. $ 99 ©1987

World in a Box
14-4231 $ 19.95

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