ABC News 20/20 Planet Earth - Seven Ways to Help Save the World
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"ABC News takes viewers around the world to witness the key environmental challenges each continent faces and present working solutions from each place. The coverage outlines the most pressing environmental issues, including increasing and decreasing water levels, deforestation, species extinction and power usage. -Africa: Elizabeth Vargas reports from an eco-lodge reserve near the Kruger wildlife area in South Africa to show how conservation can save species.-Europe: Chris Cuomo reports from the city of lights, Paris, reporting on how people can conserve power and ways that science could help take carbon dioxide out of the air.-South America: John QuiÃ±ones is in the Brazilian rain forest reporting on how conservation groups are working to replant the rain forest and how these forests can be worth more as a standing resource than as logs and soybean fields.-North America: Jay Schadler reports from an astonishing solar power plant in Arizona on how alternative power solutions will help the energy grid.-Australia: Bill Weir at the Great Barrier Reef off the Australian coast reports on how desalination plants may be an answer to water shortages.-Asia: Cynthia McFadden from China explores what is perhaps the most fundamental issue of all - Is the world willing to make the changes needed? Antarctica: ABC News reports on what progress has been made on the hole in the ozone. ABC News also assembles seven leading experts on the environment -- from scientists to businessmen -- to weigh in on the most important problems and the most promising solutions. Airdate: 4/20/2007"
A revolutionary approach to helping crime victims cope with fear, suspicion and anger that torments them. A bold, different approach designed to bring healing. The process has the astounding ability to transform lives of both criminals and victims.Airdate: 4/26/1999When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
Prompted by a report from the National Academy of Sciences warning pregnant women that mercury-contaminated fish may be threatening the health of their unborn children, ABC News performed a six-month investigation into mercury levels found in commonly eaten fish. ABC News purchased fresh tuna, swordfish and shark from grocery stores and fish markets in the New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. areas. What was found is troubling. ABC News with warnings you should hear about, The Fish Risk. This"20/20" show contains the following additional stories: Profile: David BlaineProfile: Ira EinhornParadise LostWhen sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
Academy and Tony Award winning actress Patricia Neal was raised in Knoxville and had made it to Broadway by the age of twenty. Her star continued to rise as she began a film career in Hollywood. Later however came terrible struggles against a crippling stroke, the loss of a child and divorce from British writer Roald Dahl. Through it all, she kept her spirt, wit and humor. Airdate: May 11, 1983 Anchor: Greg JacksonWhen sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
ABC News Nightline Teaching Evolution and Creationism in Public Schools
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Many years after the Scopes 'Monkey Trial' dominated headlines nationwide, the debate over teaching evolution and creationism in public schools remains as robust as ever. ABC News travels to Kansas to report on how both sides, armed with science and religion, are battling it out. Airdate: 7/27/2000When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
NIGHTLINE: True Confessions of a Shopaholic: 11/27/09
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How did one woman get $280,000 in credit card debt from her addiction to shopping? ''Nightline'' follows her on her road to recovery as she goes to her favorite store and comes out without buying anything for the first time ever. This ''Do Not Covet'' is another installment of our series ''The Ten Commandments."Another report included on this DVD is:Driven Mad?: What long-term brain injuries can football players sustain? Research explores adverse effects of football's hard hits and a look at legendary pro football player 'Iron' Mike Webster's brain. Could a hard-hitting sport push players over the edge?Airdate: 11/27/09When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
Record delays and cancellations at U.S airports caused by cheap fares, outdated systems according to airlines. . . NTSB report says JFK Jr. became disoriented and lost control of the plane which led to crash. . . Charles Bakaly, Kenneth Starr's Spokeman during Clinton Lewinsky trial, will be tried for contempt. . . The oceans are over-polluted, over-fished and underprotected according to center for marine protection. . . San Francisco area hospitals stage a mass walkout to protest heavy workloads. . . New gun laws don't pertain to the millions of handguns already in circulation. . . Flight attendants protest increase in "Air Rage" incidents. Rowdy, dangerous airline passengers who threaten the safety of the crew. . . Royal Jordanian airliner hijacked by Syrian man who demands to be flown to Germany. Security police shoot and kill hijacker. . . School bus collides with truck killing 27 in Soria, Spain. . . Fidel Castro awards Juan Gonzalez the nation's highest civilian honor. . .
CBS STANDS BY "60 MINUTES" REPORT THAT DOCUMENTS PRES. BUSH RECEIVING PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT IN AIR NATIONAL GUARD. . . . THIRD ANNIVERSARY OF 9/11 ATTACKS REMEMBERED IN NEW YORK CITY, DC, AND SHANKSVILLE, PA. . . . HURRICANE IVAN SPARES KINGSTON, JAMAICA. CUBANS BRACE FOR IVAN;KEY WEST RESIDENTS FORCED TO EVACUATE. . . . SARASOTA, FLORIDA RESIDENTS WARILY TRACK HURRICANE IVAN'S PATH AND PREPARE FOR THE WORST. . . . ARMIN CRUZ, JR, US MILITARY INTELLIGENCE OFFICER, SENTENCED FOR HIS ROLE IN ABU GHRAIB PRISONER ABUSE SCANDAL . . . TERRORISM FEARS LEADS MANY UNDECIDED ALLENTOWN, PA VOTERS TO OPT FOR PRESIDENT BUSH OVER JOHN KERRY. . . . NEW YORK CITY SLOWLY HEALING THREE YEARS AFTER 9/11 ATTACKS. . . . WIDE ASSORTMENT OF POLITICAL FILMS, LED BY "FAHRENHEIT 911", SHOWN AT U.S. MOVIE THEATRES THESE DAYS. . . . INTV. W/ AMY WALTER OF THE COOK REPORT ON INTELLIGENCE REFORM . . . INTV. W/ SENATE MAJORITY LEADER BILL FRIST ON PRESSURE TO ENACT 9/11 COMMISSION'S INTELLIGENCE AGENCY REFORMS. . . . PRES. & MRS. BUSH OBSERVE A MOMENT OF SILENCEThis product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
The Korean War came right on the heels of World War II, and the world, and this country, was still exhausted by that conflict. Korea, after all, wasn't officially a "war," it was a "police action." In the public consciousness, and to some extent history, it was overshadowed by the wars that came before and after it. There were far fewer journalists there to tell their story. ABC News tagged along with Korean War veterans as they ventured back to Korea for the first time since the war, just past the 50th anniversary of the armistice. Anchor: Ted Koppel Correspondent: Phil Ittner Airdate: July 31, 2003When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
9/11 and Al Qaeda, Afghanistan and Iraq, WMD and the Insurgency, Guantanamo, Abu Ghraib, Fallujah and the Surge. For six years, FRONTLINE has been revealing those stories in meticulous detail, and the political dramas played out at the highest levels. Now, on the fifth anniversary of the Iraq invasion, the full saga will unfold in this special definitive documentary analysis of one of the most challenging periods in the nations history.