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Reflections on Nature and Society

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Reflections on Nature and Society
  Environmental Vision: The Power of Positive Solutions
Nature and Society: The Human Dimensions of Environmental Crisis


Title

Environmental Vision: The Power of Positive Solutions

Series None Listed
Publisher New York: Environmental Defense Fund, 1990
Credits A Catalyst Media Production.

Executive Producer: Joel Plagenz
Producers: Glenn Silber, Claudia Vianello
Cameraperson: Michael Male
Hosts: John Chancellor, Susan Sarandon
Format VHS
Length 20 minutes
Abstract This short video introduces specialists from the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) who are dedicated to protecting the natural world and addressing pressing ecological problems. Includes striking footage from various natural sites.
   
Title

Nature and Society: The Human Dimensions of Environmental Crisis

Secondary Titles

Myths and Misconceptions
The Child and the Environment
Nature and Biotechnology

Series None Listed
Publisher Baltimore, Md.: The University, 1992
Credits Produced by UMBC Fine Arts Gallery.

Others responsible for the production of this video include:
University of Maryland
Baltimore County
Fine Arts Gallery
Daniel Botkin
Robert Coles
Mark Sagoff
Format VHS; guide booklet
Length 28 minutes
Abstract This three-part video series highlights excerpts from lectures delivered by Daniel Botkin, Robert Coles, and Mark Sagoff on the connections between humans and the natural world. Topics include: Myths and Misconceptions of Nature; The Child and the Environment; and Nature and Biotechnology.