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Published on Aug 25, 2011
Discusses the need for active and informed environmental policy in regards to the human habitat, offering the message that sound ecological planning is a necessity where land use is concerned. Reviews the many ways that thoughtless habitation, land use or lack of planning can create problems- such as overcrowding, pollution, property destruction, loss of food and water supply- to illustrate the point that proper planning avoids such problems by seeking unity with nature rather than dominion.
Produced, written and presented by Austin Hoyt ; produced by WGBH Educational Foundation for the Public Broadcast Laboratory of National Educational Television in 1969.