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Don Fitz: Green Time TV: Watching Out

  Green Time TV: Watching Out   by Don Fitz   Things happen which make environmentalists keep their eyes open. December 2014 episodes of Green Time TV look at antibiotic resistance which can be traced to factory farming, social and environmental problems with cannabis prohibition, social environments of black children, and promises to reduce carbon Read more…

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Don Fitz: Green Time TV: Sierra Club in Action

Green Time TV: Sierra Club in Action by Don Fitz The Sierra Club is the oldest and strongest environmental organization in the US. November 2014 episodes of Green Time TV take a close look at Sierra Club activities in the St. Louis area, including its work supporting wind power, encouraging energy efficiency, opposing coal ash, Read more…

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Don Fitz: Green Time TV: What Type of Redevelopment?

Redevelopment is going to happen. But how will it occur and who will make decisions about it? October 2014 episodes of Green Time TV explore development of north St. Louis, developments around the West Lake Landfill and development of how people treat horses. The first October Green Time show features Romona Taylor Williams, of Metro Read more…

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Don Fitz: Green Time TV: Acting and Building Green

Green Time TV Acting and Building Green by Don Fitz Acting green includes opposing environmental racism, which condemns people of color to higher rates of environmental pollutants. And building green actually begins with retrofitting homes before even thinking about new green construction. But August episodes of Green Time TV kicks off with a show on Read more…

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Don Fitz: Green Time TV: Protecting the Earth

Green Time TV Protecting the Earth by Don Fitz It’s time to enjoy the Earth while protecting it from those forces that threaten it. July episodes of Green Time TV look at both the positive actions that environmentalists are taking and exactly what the Earth is. Solar panels are popping up all over. Would solar Read more…

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Don Fitz: Green Time TV: Doing the Right Thing

Green Time TV Doing the Right Thing by Don Fitz What does “Doing the right thing” mean? It includes, but goes beyond, taking responsible individual action. “Doing the right thing” includes being part of an organization that takes collective, effective action. June episodes of Green Time TV explore issues which beg for individual work as Read more…

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Don Fitz: Assaults on the Environment in Missouri and the World

Green Time TV Assaults on the Environment in Missouri and the World  by Don Fitz May 2014 welcomes the first shows produced by the Sierra Club for Green Time TV.  This month’s series include Sierra shows on dangers of coal ash and problems facing the Missouri River along with episodes on environmental threats of genetically Read more…

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Don Fitz: Green Time TV: Looking to Tomorrow

Green Time TV Looking to Tomorrow  by Don Fitz April 2014 welcomes shows on Harambee 101, created by the Junior Black Chamber of Commerce (JBCC), to Green Time TV.  This month’s series include JBCC shows on environmental issues which are facing young black people in the St. Louis area, preserving bee populations and multi-platform programs Read more…

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Don Fitz: Health Care in a Global Environment

It is possible to provide health care much more cheaply and with vastly smaller environmental effects than the US does.  Cuba is rapidly becoming a model of how to accomplish this on an international level.  While guaranteeing free health care to all of its citizens, Cuba sends brigades throughout the world to give medical assistance Read more…

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Don Fitz: Green Time TV: Creating New Environments

Green Time TV Creating New Environments   by Don Fitz   The many environments across the globe will be different tomorrow than they are today.  If you are not among those working to improve the environment, you could be helping to make it worse.  October Green Time shows look at how environments are being affected, Read more…

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