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Don Fitz: Green Time TV: Environment for the Next Generation

  Green Time TV: Environment for the Next Generation   by Don Fitz   August Green Time episodes explore the environment that will be left to the next generation. Will more or less poisons such as lead be produced? Will energy be preserved or squandered? Will Ozark beauty be preserved or destroyed? Will food be Read more…

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Don Fitz: Green Time TV: Growing Against Racism

Green Time TV: Growing Against Racism   by Don Fitz   Do organic farms have a part in growing a world without racist intimidation? Would developing our own non-violent life styles mean that we should not call for the arrest of police who kill young black people? July Green Time episodes explore the complex interaction Read more…

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Don Fitz: Green Time TV — The Social Environment: Racism

 Green Time TV The Social Environment: Racism   by Don Fitz   The social environment, including how we are treated and mistreated by others, is as much a part of our environment as green spaces, rivers and climate change. What is it like to grow up in a world where people are as afraid of Read more…

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Don Fitz: Green Time TV: Water Running through Missouri

Green Time TV Water Running through Missouri   by Don Fitz   Missouri has some of the most beautiful waterways in the US. They can be admired and enjoyed or they can be contaminated and polluted. May 2015 episodes of Green Time TV explore both sides of water. Karst areas are formed when limestone-based sedimentary Read more…

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Don Fitz: Green Time TV: The Substance of Criminality

Green Time TV The Substance of Criminality   by Don Fitz   Did it ever cross your mind that some relatively harmless things (including some substances) can land you time in jail, while other substances that are poison to plant, animal and human life are perfectly legal? The first three April 2015 episodes of Green Read more…

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Don Fitz: Green Time TV: Environmental Disputes

Green Time TV Environmental Disputes   by Don Fitz   Environmental activists often find themselves on the opposite side of the fence from powerful economic interests. March 2015 episodes of Green Time TV explore how this can happen as a result of chemical contamination in the karst topography of Missouri’s Ozarks, changing to sustainable energy, Read more…

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Don Fitz: Green Time TV: Police Violence and Social Challenges

  Green Time TV Police Violence and Social Challenges   by Don Fitz   Social justice requires attention to environmental racism and environmental protection must incorporate social justice. Though it may not be intuitively obvious, abolishing racist violence means using the world’s resources in a rational way. Conversely, efficient use of energy can only occur Read more…

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Don Fitz: Green Time TV: Protecting Our Communities and Ourselves

Green Time TV: Protecting Our Communities and Ourselves   by Don Fitz   People need to actively to protect themselves from poisons toxins like Agent Orange and rubber mulch. Challenges to communities include infrastructure issues such as storm water control and planned overdevelopment. January 2015 episodes of Green Time TV explore these issues.   Is Read more…

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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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