Â We are a group of environmental activists who have formed a reliable communications team which we started in January of 2013. Our You Tube channel is: The Environment TV (theenvironmenttv in YouTube language).
Our hope is to someday create an Environmental Broadcasting System (EBS). As we work towards that goal, in the near term, we are supporting the environment by documenting, publicizing and making accessible those activities and events in the environmental movement that our resources allow. At this time, our activities and resources are used to video, to make You Tube videos, to use Still Photogtraphy, to use Facebook, to distribute these images as best as we can, to prepare longer pieces for Public Access Cable TV, for documentaries and to invite others to join with us in this communications effort.
All of these activities are focused on anything that touches on the environmental topics. We hope to expand into blogging, twittering, web-siting, print media and as many forms of communications that our people and resources will allow and imagine. We also hope to show others how we are doing this so that they can join with our team or start their own team. We invite all on this journey.
In this edited ZOOM event, two of the very important climate bills at the federal level are discussed by Organic farmer Jean-Paul Courtens and Senior organizer Eric Weltman of Food and Water Watch. Sara Gronim, Lead Organizer for the NYS Adopt-A-Districts, hosts, moderates and records this session [...]
Dispatch From the Trail – Second Edition July 7, 2021 By Lenny Librizzi This trail is a 25 mile loop bicycle ride on Staten Island. It is not part of the Empire State Trail because Staten Island was not included in that 750 mile statewide trail. I regularly ride some version of this [...]
Fridays For Future (FFFNYC) joined the Earth Bill Network on Friday, July 2, 2021, throughout NYC at each Congressional District office and then met up at NYS Senator Chuck Schumerâ€™s Manhattan office to push for climate change legislation at the federal level, which they have put [...]
This video was made to bring more awareness of the illegal dumping problem on Staten Island to a number of officials, both elected and non-elected. We will keep everyone up to date on what happens. For more info: go to siec.nyc, (The Staten Island Environmental Communicators). And leave your [...]
Over-development is considered a problem, if not a major problem, in many places and in Staten Island, the locals have voted through their Community Board with the backing of their Borough President and a number of various groups and individuals against the latest building proposals and requests [...]