We are a group of environmental activists who have formed a reliable communications team which we started in January of 2013. Our You Tube channel is: The Environment TV (theenvironmenttv in YouTube language).
Our hope is to someday create an Environmental Broadcasting System (EBS). As we work towards that goal, in the near term, we are supporting the environment by documenting, publicizing and making accessible those activities and events in the environmental movement that our resources allow. At this time, our activities and resources are used to video, to make You Tube videos, to use Still Photogtraphy, to use Facebook, to distribute these images as best as we can, to prepare longer pieces for Public Access Cable TV, for documentaries and to invite others to join with us in this communications effort.
All of these activities are focused on anything that touches on the environmental topics. We hope to expand into blogging, twittering, web-siting, print media and as many forms of communications that our people and resources will allow and imagine. We also hope to show others how we are doing this so that they can join with our team or start their own team. We invite all on this journey.
In this video, we highligh the position of one of our own environmental activists, who has taken on the responsibility of running for elective office as a progressive Democrat on issues important to the people of Westchester: This is Nancy Vann. Nancy Vann, lawyer and [...]
Tour of Graniteville wetlands and forests of October, 2017. Description of environmental and quality of life issues regarding the destruction of 18 acres of rare unprotected woodlands on the north shore of Staten Island, New [...]
This is a must see video: Travel with Paula Rogovin, a kindergarten teacher, as she and her students, their parents and friends, go from their school classroom through the streets of Manhattan then the Upper East Side subway down to City Hall to give testimony to NYC Councilman Ben Kallos [...]
Did climate chaos cause any of this summer’s hurricanes? Yes. Which one? That’s the wrong question. Ken Gale connects the dots between hurricanes, climate chaos, air pollution from China, El Nino, La Nina, and energy use and gives some advice on how you can lower your [...]
INFO LINKS BELOW Ken Gale, Producer and Host of Radio’s Eco-Logic on WBAI, interviews Manhattan teacher Paula Rogovin and Tiffany Finck-Haynes, a Friends of the Earth (FOE) campaign coordinator, on the problems of the everyday use of the pesticide, ROUNDUP, also known as [...]