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Do we really want to live this way?

Author: Marty OstrowJeanne JordanJohn AngierWGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.)Chedd-Angier Production Company.All authors
Publisher: Santa Barbara, CA : Intellimation [distributor], ©1990.
Series: Race to save the planet, no. 3.; Annenberg/CPB collection.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Tells how freeways, shopping malls, and industrial and technological wealth have been the rewards of modern society. Examines the price of progress, including smog, toxic wastes, and contamination of once-pristine waters, all by-products of Western industrial life-styles.
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Genre/Form: Environmental films
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Marty Ostrow; Jeanne Jordan; John Angier; WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.); Chedd-Angier Production Company.; Film Australia (Organization); Intellimation, Inc.
ISBN: 1559463341 9781559463348
OCLC Number: 22474764
Notes: Originally shown on PBS.
Series concept based on the Worldwatch Institute's State of the world reports.
Major funding provided by the Annenberg/CPB project.
Credits: Written, produced and directed by Marty Ostrow ; editor, Eric Neudel ; animation and graphics, Jed Schwartz ; executive producer, John Angier.
Performer(s): Host, Meryl Streep ; narrator, Roy Scheider.
Target Audience: College students and adults.
Description: 1 videocassette (ca. 60 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS format.
Series Title: Race to save the planet, no. 3.; Annenberg/CPB collection.
Other Titles: State of the world.
Responsibility: produced by the WGBH Science Unit in association with Chedd-Angier, Film Australia, the University Grants Commission of India, Gujarat University, EMRC.

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Tells how freeways, shopping malls, and industrial and technological wealth have been the rewards of modern society. Examines the price of progress, including smog, toxic wastes, and contamination of once-pristine waters, all by-products of Western industrial life-styles.

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