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Moviegoers are no longer content with films focused on portrayals of excessive consumption by the rich and famous. The time for eco-flicks has arrived.
This Ed Schleimer and Susan Hodges Bryant collaboration tackles an ecological controversy that has continued to percolate for more than two decades: the Walkerton, Ontario, E. coli water crisis.
Catherine Owen interweaves poetry and photography in a tribute to 19th-century frontierswoman Mattie Gunterman.
Sandy Black examines environmental and social injustices in the fashion industry and what we can do about them.
Julie Hill's optimistic commentary on responsible consumerism challenges our personal shopping habits and government policy.
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