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Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on July 31, 2014.
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Part of the series The Green Interview.
Steven Guilbeault Introduction (1:00) -- Tree Hugger at the Age of Six (2:24) -- Maison du D©♭veloppement Durable (4:25) -- Showcasing Green Development (0:58) -- Accepting Climate Change (2:53) -- Public Cooperation (1:19) -- Environmental Justification (1:43) -- ©quiterre (4:15) -- 20th Anniversary (1:50) -- Fair Planet (3:10) -- Cross Utilization (2:04) -- Environmental Solutions Can Only be Collective (2:34) -- Responding to Tragedy (2:18) -- ©quiterre's Relationship with Hydro-Qu©♭bec (1:46) -- Greenland Expedition (3:43) -- Combating Climate Change (2:35) -- Bridge Building Career (3:27) -- Generational Awareness (2:42) -- Brundtland Network (2:02) -- Right to a Healthy Environment (2:39) -- Environmental Human Rights (4:10) -- Politicians and the Environment (2:36) -- Working Across Party Lines (1:29) -- Green Interview (0:41) -- Credits: ©quiterre - Linking Environmental and Social Justice: Steven Guilbeault (0:14)
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This episode of The Green Interview features Steven Guilbeault, an author, science and environmental journalist, consultant to venture capitalists, and prominent Quebecois environmentalist. He is currently senior director of ©quiterre, a non-governmental organization he co-founded in 1994. ©quiterre tackles a broad range of issues and makes the link between environmental justice and social justice - drawing links between human and environmental health and encouraging decision makers to adopt laws and practices that are sustainable and fair. Guilbeault is also behind the new 0 million state of the art "green" building Maison D©♭veloppement Durable (or House for Sustainable Development).
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Films for the Humanities (Firm)
Films Media Group.
Paper Tiger Television Collective (Firm)
Linking Environmental and Social Justice
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