The Green Planet Monitor

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The Green Planet Monitor

Communities in Asia, Africa and Latin America are achieving development goals using local knowledge, skills and energy. This half-hour magazine program features original documentaries, news reports and music from around the world.

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Feb 13, 2007

The Green Planet Monitor -- Edition # 6

The Green Planet Monitor
Community ecotourism in Ecuador, a community home place in Nepal and thoughts from David Dobereiner about coping with climate change.
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Feb 6, 2007

The Green Planet Monitor -- Edition # 5

The Green Planet Monitor
Joe Clark's underwater hardwoods in Ghana, community water rights in Bolivia and the environmental fallout from China's urban explosion. This week's newscast and music zings round out this edition.
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Jan 30, 2007

The Green Planet Monitor -- Edition # 4

The Green Planet Monitor
Neighborhood food production in Colombo, Sri Lanka and community economic development on the Bolivian altiplano. News, music and South African housing activist Rose Molokoane round out this edition.
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Jan 23, 2007

The Green Planet Monitor -- Edition # 3

The Green Planet Monitor
Urban smarts: In the Philippines, motorized tricycle drivers switch to fuel efficient engines. In Kampala, Uganda, residents grow their own food. And Sir David King speaks about global warming.
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Jan 16, 2007

The Green Planet Monitor -- Edition # 2

The Green Planet Monitor
Two documentaries about the medicinal plant revolution in India, Sri Lanka and Ecuador, a feature interview with Governor General Michaelle Jean ... plus news and music.
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Jan 9, 2007

The Green Planet Monitor -- Edition # 1

The Green Planet Monitor
Our first GPM edition features documentaries about street kids in Ghana and child mining in Bolivia. A news report, a live recording and music round out the show.
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Jul 27, 2006

Warm Wet Planet, Eighteenth Transmission ... Ethics

The Green Planet Monitor
If there's any hope for the future of the human species, it lies in the collective wisdom of Earth's indigenous people. Here are the voices of aboriginal men and women, sharing their ethics and vision
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Jul 20, 2006

Warm Wet Planet, Seventeenth Transmission ... Mountain

The Green Planet Monitor
Earth's land surfaces are crisscrossed by mountains of great beauty -- an eternal source of veneration for many human beings, objects to be transformed by others in search of money.
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Jul 13, 2006

Warm Wet Planet, Sixteenth Transmission ... Cars

The Green Planet Monitor
Human beings are deeply dependent on motorized machines called cars. Billions of these things now roam Earth's surface, killing humans and other creatures in a variety of ways.
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May 25, 2006

Warm Wet Planet, Tenth Transmission ... Diversity

The Green Planet Monitor
Earth is home to an astonishingly diverse array of creatures. But the planet appears to be in the midst of a dramatic die-off. One species, among tens of millions, is responsible for the carnage
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May 11, 2006

Warm Wet Planet, Eighth Transmission ... Consumption

The Green Planet Monitor
Human beings refer to themselves as "consumers." Their insatiable thirst for material consumption appears to be damaging Earth's biosphere, compromising life on the planet, as these recorded
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May 4, 2006

Warm Wet Planet, Seventh Transmission ... Economics

The Green Planet Monitor
Human economics values money above all else, while squandering finite resources and poisoning planet Earth. These captured recordings suggest Earthlings may be reconsidering their situation.

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