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The Green Encyclopedia, Part 1: Environmental Innovations and Opportunities Video Clips
©2008

This collection of 60 video clips (1 minute, 10 seconds each) presents innovations and opportunities arising from the impact of environmental threats on the people of the world.

 

Video clips include…

 

Initiatives at Home

• Compost: Natural and Effective

• Conserving Water

• Drinking Tap Water

• Eating in Season

• Eating Local

• Eco-friendly Air Conditioning

• Eco-friendly Beds

• Eco-friendly Cleaning

• Eco-friendly Diapers

• Enjoying Coffee the Green Way

• Fire without Smoke

• Greener Christmases

• Greener Cooking

• Greener Laundry

• Insulation Advantages

• Reducing Heat Consumption

• Using Energy Wisely

• What Is Organic?

 

Initiatives Outside the Home

• Carsharing

• Choosing an Eco-friendly Vehicle

• Choosing Better Makeup

• Choosing the Right Christmas Tree

• Cutting Down on Plastic Bags

• Eco-labels

• Eco-tourism

• Enjoying a Greener Summer

• Ethical Funds

• Flying Green

• Gardening for Biodiversity

• Golfing Green

• Green Driving

• Green Gardening

• Green Weddings

• Hybrid Cars

• Organic Seeds

• Using Rainwater

 

Initiatives in the Community

• Building a Greener Airplane

• Building a Greener Computer

• Building a Greener Home

• Cooling the Earth

• Eco-friendly Concrete

• Eco-friendly Fabric

• Eco-friendly Swimming Pools

• Education for Sustainable Development

• Green Chemistry

• Greener Tires

• Growing Forests

• Houses that Rotate

• New Jobs in the Environmental Sector

• Organic Chocolate

• Organic Fashion

• Organic Food in Schools

• Sequestering Carbon Dioxide

• Solar Houses

• Updated Aerosols

• Waterway Tourism

• What Is a Green Campus?

• What Is Eco-design?

• Wooden Houses

• Working Green

 

(80 minutes)



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Compost, Water Conservation, and Tap Water
Compost is a natural fertilizer that can be made in anyone's back yard. Instructions are included. Tips for water conservation include hydro-economic showers and flow rate adjusters on taps. Tap water is safe and eco-friendly.