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Nothing Is Lost: Architects of Change

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This title is a part of the series Architects of Change 1


Catalogue Number:  A150-S02-02
Producer:  PVP Films
Producers:  PVP Films
Subject:  Canadian World Studies, Economics, Global Studies, Health, Nature, Science, Social Studies
Language:  English
Grade Level:  9 - 12, Post Secondary
Copyright Year:  2009
Running Time:  52:00
Closed Captions:  Yes


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In this era when the number of consumer products available has exceeded the total number of species in nature, we have to ask ourselves just how far we should go in this reckless race of ceaselessly producing and buying goods. The trash we generate, our outmoded or broken gadgets, the water we waste - it is all thrown out into the environment after we have used it. Far from being satisfied with managing the accumulation of electronic waste, most of which contain toxic materials that are harmful to the environment and human health, the ARCHITECTS OF CHANGE are undertaking projects to recycle what is left behind. Featured ARCHITECTS OF CHANGE: 1. Fernando Nilo (Businessman and founder of Recycla, Chili) recycling of electronic waste. 2. Iftekhar Enayeyullah & Maqsood Sinha (Engineers who developed a project to transform garbage into compost, India) 3. Makoto Murase (Microbiologist known as Dr. Rainwater, Japan) ecycling of urban rainwater.


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