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World Population

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After a population decrease in the 14th century because of the bubonic plague, population growth began to surge around 1800 with the Industrial Revolution. During the 20th and 21st centuries growth has occurred and will continue to occur mainly in developing countries like Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Areas most likely to remain relatively unpopulated are comprised of desert, frozen tundra, swamps, and high rocky mountains.
VHS
1990
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Escape From Affluenza

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Taking off where the documentary Affluenza ends, this television production shows ways individuals are combating consumerism and 'affluenza', including the voluntary simplicity movement. Hosted by Wanda Urbanska, co-author of Simple living.
VHS
1998
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The Human Race

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The four-part documentary series weighs the implications of the way we live together, the way we organize societies, and our complex relationship with the environment.
VHS
1994
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The Nature of Communities

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A lecture by Frederick Steiner on community, human settlement, and ecology and the relationship to his work.
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1997
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The Living Machine

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A lecture by John Todd on ecological design and the partnership between humans and other life sources.
VHS
1997
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The Living Machine

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A lecture by John Todd on ecological design and the partnership between humans and other life sources.
VHS
1999
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David Orr

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A lecture by David Orr discussing ecological literacy.
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1999
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Race to Save the Planet

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Shows ways that the physical environment of the Earth is being changed by man and suggests actions to preserve it.
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1990
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