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ETV Interviews

ETV Interviews

ETV Interviews

The Environment TV interviews hundreds of people on the streets, at actions and at events but does not have the time to edit and release every interview.  These videos were created to help make public our RAW interviews with minimal editing.  We ask that you look through them and enjoy them for what they are and what we see them as:  AMAZING people doing AMAZING things.

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  • It’s My Park Event at Graniteville

    March 23, 2018 // 0 Comments

      Whose park is this? It’s YOURS and MINE and EVERYONE’S! One of the many activities that the Natural Resources Protective Association (NRPA) does is cleaning-up at natural areas, such as in the much neglected park area of the Graniteville wetlands and forest in Staten Island. This [...]
  •   The Staten Island CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) is a neighborhood group that joins with a regional farmer in a mutually beneficial partnership, there are no middlemen or  employees. Members receive organic produce every week by purchasing a share in the farmer’s harvest at the [...]
  •   “It’s Not Over”, street and door-to-door flyering, continues for Graniteville, Staten Island residents to protest the destruction of 15+ acres of wetlands and forests to make way for a new BJs and other stores along South Ave and Forest Ave. The Coalition for Wetlands and Forests is [...]
  • Nancy Vann: Progressive Politician

    November 6, 2017 // 0 Comments

          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 [...]
  • Saving Graniteville Wetlands and Forests

    November 5, 2017 // 0 Comments

      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 [...]

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