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Interest Groups and Activists
This sub-section examines the role and actions of citizen groups, researchers, environmentalists, activists, members of an Aboriginal community and an influential personality.
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First Nations Peoples and the Environment
2008, production : Maureen Grant
Simon Jackson discusses the importance of First Nations...
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Youth Can Make a Difference
2008, production : Maureen Grant
The environment is the one issue that crosses partisan...
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How to Become an Activist
2008, production : Maureen Grant
Simon Jackson talks about how, at the age of 13, he became...
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Our Ecological Footprint is Tied to Our Consumption
2008, production : Counting On Us
The ecological footprint is a concept developed by Dr....
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Our Ecological Footprint is Tied to Our Consumption
Filmed interviews  (11:07) 2008, production : Counting On Us
The ecological footprint is a concept developed by Dr. William Rees to measure the effect of humans on the planet. In this clip, he describes the concept to Sarika Cullis Suzuki, pointing out the relative weight of the footprint in northern countries. He also explains how he came to develop the concept. Finally, he talks about how much we are all connected to and dependent on the Earth.

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