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  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 7
  Program #7 - Interviews with Dennis Formento, founder of the Oyster Shell Alliance, Gary Groesch, Director of the Alliance for Affordable Energy discuss problems of evacuation in case of a nuclear power plant fuel core meltdown; clowns and space cadets discuss these horrible realities. A Jazz Funeral is celebrated for the death of nuclear power.
  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 6
  Program #6 - Scenes of a toxic march joined by a brass jazz band chanting for clean air and water. In the studio, there is an interview with the organizer of the "Toxic Parade", Pat Brine the director of the Gulf Coast Tentants Association. Also, interviews with Avery Alexander Louisiana state Represenative.
  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 5
  Program #5 - South Vietnamese refugees protest a landfill scheduled to be opened near their fishing village in South Louisiana. The director of the African-American Environmental Coalition protests the proposed construction of a Formosa Chemical Plant in a small black rural community.
  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 4
  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 4
  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 3
  Program #3 - There are discussions about energy options such as solar energy, the dangers of nuclear waste and a need for "ecological responsibility". Interviews with Dennis Formento, founder of the Oyster Shell Alliance, Gary Groesch, Director of the Alliance for Affordable Energy, and John Clark, President of the Delta Greens. The founder of Save Our Wetlands, Inc., introduces the Mardi Gras King of Clowns to discuss environmental issues.
  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 2
  Program #2 - Features the very first Nuclear Jazz Funeral held in New Orleans. Also, with interviews that focus on nuclear power with Dennis Formento, founder of the Oyster Shell Alliance and Gary Groesch, Director of the Alliance for Affordable Energy.
  Save Our Wetlands Eco-News Program 1
  Program #1 - Interviews with Pat Brine the director of the Gulf Coast Tentants Association and Avery Alexander Louisiana state Represenative talk about how black minorities in rural communities are displaced and/or subject to highly toxic industries. Includes a New Orleans jazz march against toxins.
  Altered Landscapes
  A 60 second plea for National Sustainable Policy
  Hemp For Victory: A Global Warming Solution
  Richard M. Davis, founder and curator of the USA Hemp Musem and author of the book HEMP FOR VICTORY: A GLOBAL WARMING SOLUTION www.hempmuseum.org, on the need to use hemp to pull the excess CO2 from the air, the cause of global warming, regardless of the source.
 

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