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1.5 Stay Alive Film Review

Tweet 1.5 Stay Alive: A Captivating Film about Music and Natural Disasters in the Caribbean Imagine if your entire world was flipped upside-down due to a natural disaster. Your home, flooded. The grocery store down the road, destroyed. Everything you’ve ever owned, ruined. Imagine if a family member was at the top floor of their […]

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What Would Darwin Think? Man vs Nature in the Galapagos

Tweet After Charles Darwin first visited the island archipelago of Galapagos in 1839, it took him another twenty years to decipher the scene he’d witnessed, the most perfectly preserved biodiversity on the planet. His theory of evolution – published 150 years ago – pulled back the curtain on a debate that had been simmering for […]

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American Conservation Film Festival

Tweet American Conservation Film Festival (ACFF) is preparing for its 2009 festival to be held November 5-8, 2009, in Shepherdstown, West Virginia (about 70 miles west of Washington, DC). the ACFF presents outstanding films dealing with natural resource conservation — films that inspire audiences to reflect upon the natural environment and view environmental challenges in […]

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