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Chesapeake Unscripted: What are we doing to protect our rivers? (Washington, DC)



January 30, 2014

We asked people around Washington, DC what they think is being done to protect their local rivers, and what things we should all be doing to help keep our water clean.

Produced by Steve Droter
Music: “Old Man Blanchard” by Josh Woodward

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Nick Carter says:
February 05, 2014

This video reinforces my long-standing belief that there’s a vast sea of ignorance out there, vis-a-vis environmental problems and efforts to deal with them.  For decades I have run into people who’ve never even heard of the Chesapeake Bay Program. The implications for education and correction aren’t too damned encouraging, let alone pushbacks from the (hopefully) regulated community. Your work is cut out for you.




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