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This page of EcoIQTV.com is an index of videos, including presentations, presentation excerpts, panel discussions, documentary and online interviews, TV appearances, and eco-performances, for speakers, performers and authors with last names starting with "P."

Chris Palmer

Confessions of a Wildlife Filmmaker. Presentation by Chris Palmer. Television networks like Discovery, Animal Planet, National Geographic, and the History Channel are failing to put conservation, education, and animal welfare ahead of ratings and profits when producing and airing films on wildlife. Palmer believes that it's time for wildlife filmmaking to move in a more ethical direction, and that wildlife films should not deceive audiences, harass animals, or avoid conservation. About 15 minutes. Play Video >> More about Chris Palmer >>

Shooting in the Wild: An Insider's Account. Documentary film based on a book by Chris Palmer. Reveals how the production of wildlife films sometimes involves deception and sensationalism. Host Alexandra Cousteau and veteran film producer Palmer take a behind-the-scenes look at wildlife filmmaking. About 27 minutes. Play Video >> More about Chris Palmer >>

Raj Patel

Seven Cheap Things. Online video with Raj Patel. Patel explains his book A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things - nature, money, work, care, food, energy, and lives. These seven things made our world and will shape its future. Co-authored with Jason Moore. Play Video >> More about Raj Patel >>

"" The Generation Food Project. Video with Steve James and Raj Patel. In the launch video of the Generation Food Project, award winning director Steve James (Hoop Dreams and The Interrupters) and bestselling author Raj Patel (Stuffed and Starved and The Value of Nothing) explain that they will tell stories of people who are changing the way we eat today so that everyone can eat tomorrow. Play Video >> More about Raj Patel >>

Siddharth Patwardhan

Green Manufacturing Project: Nanomaterials. Online presentation by Dr. Siddharth Patwardhan of the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Sheffield. He explains a new collaborative project to enable manufacturing of functional nanomaterials using “SynBio.” About 6 minutes. Play Video >>

Roger Payne

"" SeaChange: Reversing The Tide. Excerpts from a program by Roger Payne & Lisa Harrow. Payne & Harrow combine the knowledge of science and the wisdom of poetry to produce a compelling performance. In "SeaChange," they portray humankind as an integral part of Earth's complex web of life, and they argue that our survival requires that we attend not just to our own wellbeing but also to the wellbeing of all life. About 5 minutes. Play Video >> More about Roger Payne & Lisa Harrow >>

John Perlin

Solar Hot Water: Past And Future. Online presentation by John Perlin. Describes the history of solar hot water from Roman bath houses to its present use in many parts of the world. About 25 minutes. Play Video >> More about John Perlin >>

Dr. Wayne Pickering

Healthy Lifestyle. Introduction to Dr. Wayne Pickering, known the world over as the Mango Man. He shares his path to a healthy lifestyle -- eating right, with easy and inexpensive ways to get your health back on track. About 8 minutes. Play Video >>

Prince of Wales

Prince of Wales' Introduction to his Rainforests Project. A presentation by The Prince of Wales. The Prince's Rainforests Project is dedicated to demonstrating that tropical rainforests are worth more standing than cut. Here he welcomes viewers and outlines his reasons for starting the project. About 5 minutes. Play Video >>

Tom Prugh

Global Economy Driven By Green Issues. Tom Prugh, co-director of Worldwatch Institute's State of the World 2008, discusses the report's findings based on studying last year's environmental trends. The global economy is outpacing the earth's sustainable capacity and creating myriad environmental concerns such as climate change. Without significant changes, this could lead to a global market failure. On the positive side, there are advances in many sectors of the economy that are rising to the challenge. About 10 minutes. Play Video >>

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