Distributor:  Bullfrog Films
Length:  23 minutes
Date:  1992
Genre:  Expository
Language:  English
Grade level: 5-12, College, Adult
Color/BW:  Color
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Going Green

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Reducing the 'unfriendly' impact of your household on the environment.

Going Green

GOING GREEN provides a step-by-step guide to reducing the "unfriendly" impact of your household on the environment. Join the Tomachich family who show us practical ways to reduce waste and who set an admirable example - they have only one and a half bags of garbage per year! Learn easy methods of sorting recyclables, alternatives to common household hazardous chemicals, the benefits of composting and of buying in bulk. This excellent video workshop helps people translate their environmental concerns into daily actions. The message: "You can do a lot when you take it a step at a time."

'A useful introduction to environmental issues for 4th graders to adults.' *** Video Rating Guide for Libraries


Awards

Red Ribbon, American Film and Video Festiva
RioFest Environmental Film Festival

Citation

Main credits

Simpson, Moira (film director)
Ellerman, Daria (film producer)
Ellerman, Daria (editor of moving image work)
Gibbon, Sharon (screenwriter)

Other credits

Editor, Daria Ellerman; cinematographer, Dan Nowak; music, Daniel Ross.


Distributor credits

Daria Ellerman, Rhea Productions

Daria Ellerman, Rhea Productions

Docuseek2 subjects

Sustainability
Recycling and Waste

Distributor subjects

No distributor subjects provided.

Keywords

Sustainability; recycling;

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