theGreenScreen.tv host Bill Rogers speaks with: Bert Cohen of Sustainable Portsmouth about creating system change in what Bert calls the eco municipality of Portsmouth. Peter Frumhoff of the Union of Concerned Scientists speaks how solution can build on solution to find more constructive ways to use energy with a variety of solutions. Kim McGlinchey teaches science at Portsmouth High School and advises students at their eco-club. Jerry Monkman brings his film, "The Anderson Farm" which leads off the Whaleback Film Festival in downtown Portsmouth.
theGreenScreen.tv is a series of stories for television and web broadcast about people taking action and becoming part of the solution to climate change. We have stories working about ice fishermen, ski areas, loggers, beyond-oil companies, rural and urban homesteaders, stay-at-home moms gone mad over climate change, churches becoming energy brokers, universities cutting their emissions by 85% and saving tens of millions of dollars, steel plants becoming wind farms and whole towns and cities rethinking the way they function.