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Title
EcoNews
Earth Island Journal, Headwaters Forest Coalition, and Safer!/CBE representatives explore issues of tree-free paper, Pacific ancient forests, and multi-ethnicity in environmental movement
Protecting Blue Elbow swamp on the Texas-Louisiana border
Earth Island Journal, Headwaters Forest Coalition & Safer!/CBE-- tree-free paper, Pacific ancient forests & multi-ethnicity
Tree-free paper, Headwaters & Safer
Identified By
Lccn: 2002641984
Note
technique: live action
Physical details: sd. col. Applies To: viewing copy
Copyright: unknown.
Copyright notice on videocassette: Educational Communications, Inc. and TCI/Bay Vision East Network ; 1996.
Show #1407.
Report by Kevin Benz on the Blue Elbow swamp on the Texas-Louisiana border.
On cassette with: Walter Oechel, Sally Seven, and Royce Fincher evaluate standard of living, overconsumption, and quality of life.
Sources used: paperwork in M/B/RS Acquisition file: Educational Communications, Inc.
Dimensions
3/4 in.
Extent
1 videocassette of 1 (ca. 30 min.) Applies to: viewing copy
Provision Activity Statement
United States : PBS; Educational Communications, Inc., 1996.
Provision Activity
Publication: United States 1996
Production: United States.
Publication: United States PBSEducational Communications, Inc. 1996
Could not render: bf:Production
Responsibility Statement
director, Michael Gabbert ; executive producer, Nancy Pearlman
Issuance
single unit
Sound Content
sound
Credits
Production assistants, Julian Hanberg, Courtney Mills, Maria Mes, Elaine Stansfield, Karen Boyle, James Greer, Suzanne Howard, Karen George, Howard Wiley, Catalina Garzon ; technical director, Michael Gabbert ; cameras, Cheryl Warren, Leslie Bonett.Host: Nancy Pearlman.Studio guests: Gar Smith (Earth Island Journal), Jill Ratner (Headwaters Forest), Wendall Chin (Safer!/CBE).
Authorized Access Point
EcoNews. Earth Island Journal, Headwaters Forest Coalition, and Safer!/CBE representatives explore issues of tree-free paper, Pacific ancient forests, and multi-ethnicity in environmental movement [and] Protecting Blue Elbow swamp on the Texas-Louisiana border