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.
Videographer Peter Eliscu follows the judge’s verdict of the last three defendants who used non-violent civil disobedience to stop the oil/gas corporation, Spectra, from continuing a part of their pipeline next to the nuclear power plant, Indian Point, in Weschester County, NYS. [...]
Staten Island’s Environmental Issues on SI Community TV sends us a program about the Ghost Ships off the north coast of Staten Island and kayaking around them. Host/Producer Pat Brady interviews Tony Rose of the Natural Resources Protective Association and Jacquelyn Krogh, Director of [...]
Tony Rose of Staten Island’s NRPA (Natural Resources Protective Association), joins Matt Gove, Policy Manager of the Mid-Atlantic Surfrider Foundation and Peter Blair, Policy Attorney of Clean Ocean Action on Pat Brady’s Environmental Issues Broadcast to discuss the [...]
This video explains why New Yorkers should come together to fight the bailout for nuclear reactors that is happening in NYS right now and has been going on for the last year or so on a path to the tune of $7.6 billion dollars over 12 years. NYS energy ratepayers, that’s nearly every [...]
The Nuclear Information and Resource Service, NIRS, is 40 years young this day and year. This video showcases one of the events that they were involved in during the “March For A Clean Energy Revolution” on Sunday, July 24, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and sends them [...]