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.
This is a video about the Joe Holzka Community Garden in Staten Island, NY showing the lush greenery, abundance of vegetables grown there and the community gardeners who make it all happen. The gardeners capture rainwater, compost their garden waste and use companion planting and [...]
Pat Brady brings together Staten Islanders on the topic of “Overdevelopment” in the Graniteville Wetlands section of SI in this episode of Environmental Issues from Staten Island’s public access cable TV.. The battle to save this marshland and forest is “Not Over” or a “Done [...]
On Monday, April 23, 2018, Peter Eliscu captured the rally, “Gov. Cuomo Walk The Talk”, on the streets of Albany and in the capitol’s rotunda. Environmentalists from many groups marched to advocate for sustainable renewable promises made by the governor and to stop [...]
Enjoying our environment can sometimes be interrupted, as is happening now on Staten Island. Imagine having to walk, run or bike across an 8 lane avenue, in order to get from one park to another! Add to that “Left Traffic Turning Lights” and a “ Right Turn Only After Stopping” [...]
Environmental Activism and learning about the environment can start at any age as this video documents. Local Staten Island mid-school students came together on the beaches of Great Kills park to listen, view and touch oceanic presentations at 12 rotating stations. With notepads in hand, [...]