Woman/ Pet Overpopulation; 02/28/00
CU dog in cage at pound; CU two cute puppies being held; Stray dog/ mutt runs down street, on lawn; Asst stray dogs
Wild Goose Chase
MLS, PAN of snow geese and blue geese (immature) standing in shallows (0:44). MSs back views of man and woman ( Tood and Verga Mouton) on camp chairs watching masses of geese (0:37). CSs of them as they discuss goose refuge and goose overpopulation (4:30). At 03:33:41, Verga recalls early memories of snow geese, her refuge and why she created it (7:15). At 03:40:58:00 Tood discusses goose hunting, poaching and goose overpopulation (3:41).
HZ US Kitty Cat Cafes
Coffee and shelter cats on offer at a US cat cafe
MTR-1RF Beta SP
Delhi streets
News Clip: Birds
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story. This story aired at 10:00 P.M.
Why we fuck less than before
Radio France: filmed programmes
SOCIAL ISSUES
HS PAN OVERPOPULATED INTRICATE HIROSHIMA CITY HOUSES, WAREHOUSES, SHIPYARDS
DEER OVERPOPULATION
BAMBI ON BIRTH CONTROL /
Global food imbalances, 21st century
Global food imbalances. Earth map animation (cylindrical projection) showing where the world's food is grown versus where it consumed. The opening frames show the world's croplands (yellow, MODIS data), followed by the 26 countries that produce 82 percent of the world's crops. This is overlaid in red with the world's population density (2002). This fades to be replaced by cross-hatching showing countries that are projected by the United Nations to double (light hatching) and triple (dark hatching) their population by 2050. This animation, published in 2009, uses satellite data from the global agricultural monitoring program run by the International Production Assessment Division (IPAD) of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS). For a version with labels, see K003/2432.
The 90's, episode 210: LOVE AND CARING, CHILDREN OF WAR
2:08 Children of War by Wendy Appel, Alan Barker, & Dana Gluckstein. Students from war-torn countries gather at Beverly Hills High School and tearfully describe the situation in their native countries. A student from Lebanon recalls, My country has been at a war for 15 years. There is no water, no gas, no electricity and no place to go. A student from Iran tells how she lost her grandfather and her best friend in a bombing attack. A South African student refuses to be photographed or identified because she claims it is dangerous for her to complain about her country. It's not my fault I'm black, I didn't choose to be black. 12:30 More from Children of War. Students discuss how they can bring about peace and the importance of education to prevent future wars. A Latino student describes his fight for equal education in a U.S. high school where the attitude is You're not gonna make it, so why try? 16:48 Why There Is Misery by Nancy Cain. Tara Proctor, a young girl, tells a fable. An old woman called Auntie Misery is harassed by a gang of rowdy boys who throw rocks and sticks and smash her beloved pear tree. One day, the woman generously offers shelter to a stranger who in exchange grants her a wish - whoever touches her pear tree gets stuck and can't come back down. The boys come back, get stuck and promise never to bother the old woman again. Sometime later a dark stranger comes to call. It is Death. In a desperate attempt to escape him, the old woman asks him to fetch a pear for her. He gets stuck in the tree and the world becomes overpopulated and miserable because everyone is immortal. Although Auntie Misery eventually let death out of the tree, she was granted immortality, and it is because of her that misery lives on in the world today. 41:21 Guerilla Poetry by Nancy Cain. Homeless poets from Skid Row in Los Angeles convene to perform their work. 47:45 We Didn't Start the Fire by Nancy Cain. Tara Proctor sings the Billy Joel song. 51:49 Paul Krassner commentary by Nancy Cain. Krassner gets a massage and tells how he trained himself to laugh at pain while visiting the Kyopis Indians in Ecuador.
TURNER OVERPOPULATION
Nickel - Neuter
Animal shelter offers 5-cent neuter operations to first 100 people who bring in their male cats.
1965 Educational Film on Timelines
Educational film about historical timelines used in schools - b&w - 1750 to 1800 timeline - time line of United States, England, France - British Empire - French Revolution - show time line while using graph - pictures of historical events circling earth - chart showing human population throughout history - Overpopulation - Exponential growth - Population explosion - part 13 of 15 - Progress - Evolution - History - Time Travel - Growth - past present future - Life on earth - Measuring time
Fast Images Library
Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, crowded streets, African city, man leading donkey down street, hugh crowds, markets, overpopulation, market, kids, slums, tenenments, third world, shacks, hotel, city streets, Intoto, women walk down tree lined road carrying sticks and wood, children, kids waving and running, donkeys to camera, natives in colorful costume, huts, African woman with small baby, donkeys carrying, boy shepherd, faces, little girls smiles at camera, more donkeys, road through Ethiopian desert, four wheel drive vehicles, african road, Blue Nile Falls, waterfalls, jungle and falls, Ehthiopian orthodox church priest or monks, African family with spears, native women with baskets on head, woman smiles at camera. stone bridge over nile, small reed boat crossing Blue Nile, cows, cattle to camera, canoe on Lake Tana, sunrise over Lake Tana, Ethiopian pounding grain, monastery and village, eagle or osprey slo mo, huts, monastery, coffee beans, faces of young and old priest, huge wooden doors opened by priest, religious relics, monastery, nile river, Lalibela, old man walking with stick, huts and kids on playground, woman sorting grain, village, cliff faces, monk reading bible, hermit,
SN/PIP OVERPOPULATION
SOCIAL ISSUES
ECONOMICS, FACTORIES, RAW MATERIALS, OIL, PRICES, WORLD LINKED BY TRADE. THIRD WORLD POVERTY. MALNUTRITION. OVERPOPULATION. SUBSTANDARD LIVING CONDITIONS.
OVERPOPULATION EXPERIMENT
ORIG. COLOR 150' SOF / MAG. CUT STORY: INTVW. GROUP OF PEOPLE ON HUNGER STRIKE TO PROTEST ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE. CI: SCIENCE: ECOLOGY: POPULATION.
Wild Goose Chase
Interview with snow goose hunter (Lonnie Lege) with tall grass in state wildlife refuge in background, discussing how it was easier to hunt geese when he was young, geese refuges and how geese have become more wary of hunter, the consequences of overpopulation, how the agricultural revolution has changed goose life.
HZ US Kitty Cat Cafes
Coffee and shelter cats on offer at a US cat cafe
Global food imbalances, 21st century
Global food imbalances. Earth map animation (cylindrical projection) showing where the world's food is grown versus where it consumed. The opening frames show the world's croplands (yellow, MODIS data), followed by the 26 countries that produce 82 percent of the world's crops. This is overlaid in red with the world's population density (2002). This fades to be replaced by cross-hatching showing countries that are projected by the United Nations to double (light hatching) and triple (dark hatching) their population by 2050. This animation, published in 2009, uses satellite data from the global agricultural monitoring program run by the International Production Assessment Division (IPAD) of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS). For a version with no labels, see K003/2431.
News Clip: Jail Standards
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, covering a news story by reporter Jim Douglas, about overpopulation in jails. The footage shows committee meetings, jails, as well as an interview clip with Judge Mike Moncrief. The story aired at 6:00 P.M.
GLD-5 Beta SP
GEOPOLITICS: THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME
World population: how to feed 1.4 billion Indians
A2 / France 2