"Defenders of the Dawn" is a one-hour TV show broadcast by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation on September 5, 2015. It shows the problems Atlantic Canadians face because Canada does not recognize its citizens' rights to clean air and water, and contrasts that with the dramatic progress being made in Ecuador, Argentina and the Philippines, whose legal systems do recognize thoser rights."
"Defenders of the Dawn" is part of GreenRights, a larger environmental-rights project which includes a feature-length documentary currently in production. GreenRights shows the global impact of environmental rights by telling vivid stories of citizens and lawyers on every continent who wield those rights powerfully and effectively. For more details -- and to help create the film -- visit www.GreenRights.com
TheGreenInterview.com is a subscription web site of extended interviews - normally about an hour in length - between Silver Donald Cameron and the thinkers, writers and observers whose ideas and perceptions are leading the way to a new era of sustainability.
SALMON WARS - A Video Documentary
In 2010, strongly encouraged by Nova Scotia's NDP government, international salmon-farming corporations moved to establish massive new salmon feedlots in three pristine bays and harbours, and to expand existing feedlots in other inlets. Galvanized by the threat to wildlife habitat, tourism, salmon runs and the all-important lobster fishery, Nova Scotia's coastal communities furiously opposed the plan, to no avail. [Learn more]