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Timeless Media Productions Documentary: Dire times in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula Due to Sulfide Mining Plans

The unspoiled beauty of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is threatened due to plans by Kennecott Minerals and other mining companies to open dozens of sulfide mines. This is a Michigan State University Environmental Journalism Class video. MSU students Samantha Harris and Michelle Verdura edited, produced and wrote this documentary. Continue reading

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Rio Tinto Crime Wave: DVD by Joan Sekler exposes worldwide crime spree on Indigeous people, middle-class and the environment – plus war crimes and crimes against humanity

Please purchase the $20 documentary that exposes the corruption and Greed of international Mining Giant Rio Tinto and its subsidiaries like Kennecott Minerals. The DVD was produced and director by Joan Sekler who spent her own money to finance the project. Continue reading

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Mother of the Superfund: Love Canal fighter and environmental warrior Lois Gibbs speaks in Marquette, MI Friday, Oct. 15, 2010 at Northern Michigan University

Fighting Evil Corporations Love Canal fighter Lois Gibbs speaks in Marquette on October 14, 15, 16, 2010 Environmental warrior and Love Canal fighter Lois Gibbs visits Marquette, as the Upper Peninsula faces its worst pollution crisis in history with the … Continue reading

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Please vote for EarthKeeper/Zaagkii Projects through August 30, 2009: Finalist in “Friends of Elsie” contest

Please Please Please !!! Support the northern Michigan Earth Keeper Initiative & Zaagkii Project by voting through August 30, 2009 Story to vote: Week Ending Apr 05, 09 Creating numerous environment projects that bring together diverse groups, students, American Indians … Continue reading

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Mining Madness: Northern Michigan “Acid Mine” insanity outlined in Dec. 5 documentary

Admission is free but donations are welcome at the Dec. 5, 2008 documentary event in Marquette, Michigan. Despite a passionate outcry by the public, Michigan officials – including the Democratic governor – are allowing an international mining company with deep … Continue reading

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Earth Healing, EPA Earth Day Challenge: Erie, PA residents protect Lake Erie by turning in medicines at Pennsylvania Sea Grant collection

[blip.tv ?posts_id=1011604&dest=26868] View of Erie, Pennsylvania from Presque Isle Photo by Pat Noble, WikiProject Erie — Pennsylvania Sea Grant Keep Unwanted Medicine out of Lake Erie Medicine Collection Day in Erie, Pennsylvania on April 26, 2008 All medicine collection photos … Continue reading

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Earth Healing: Syracuse, NY residents turn in TVs to Onondaga County Resource Recover Agency

[blip.tv ?posts_id=985294&dest=26868] Syracuse, NY residents show their respect for Great Lakes including love for Lake Erie by turning over 9 tons of old TVs to be recycled by the Onondaga County Resource Recover Agency Syracuse skyline photo by Joe Grimes, … Continue reading

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