A profile of Angela Stultz-Crawlle, who helps Jamaican women become more self-sufficient by helping them gain access to education. Also: a look at a Puerto Rican man's efforts to clean up his neighborhood. Jane Fonda hosts.
A profile of Milton Cambre, a former petro-chemical worker who now devotes his life to advising the industry on how to protect wetlands from contamination. Also: a woman's efforts to protect endangered alligators. Host: Jane Fonda.
A report on how the dwindling quantities of salmon off the shores of California have created a rift between fishermen and environmentalists, who are trying to maintain the food source of local sea lions.
Jane Fonda hosts an hour that considers population, environment and consumption. Included: three sisters who have started their own business in Nepal; an East-Indian hydraulic engineer who has spent 20 years working to clean up pollution in the Ganges River; a visit to the homes of Phyllis Diller and Ed Begley.
Filmmaker Barbara Pyle travels to the East and West Coasts to observe the people who depend on the sea for their livelihood. Included: a fisherman in Gloucester, Mass.; the effect of “El Nino” on California's northern coast.
Environmental issues are examined. Included: a look at disasters that have befallen Easter Island; a tour of an Atlanta company that involves its employees in climate and waste control. Hosted by Jane Fonda.
Cast & Details
Premiered: March 7, 2001
Premise: Social and environmental activists are profiled.