||White water, black gold [videorecording] /
|| Video Project,
||San Francisco, CA
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Oil sands industry--Environmental aspects--Alberta--Athabasca River Watershed.;
Athabasca Tar Sands (Alta.);
Oil sands industry--Alberta--Water-supply.;
Oil sands industry--Environmental aspects.;
Oil sands extraction plants--Environmental aspects--Alberta.;
Oil pollution of water--Alberta--Athabasca River Watershed.;
Athabasca River Watershed (Alta.);
Petroleum industry and trade--Environmental aspects--Canada, Western.;
Pipelines--Environmental aspects--British Columbia.;
Cancer--Environmental aspects--Alberta--Fort Chipewyan.;
Indians of North America--Health and hygiene--Alberta--Fort Chipewyan.;
Environmental degradation--Alberta--Athabasca River Watershed.;
Ecological disturbances--Alberta--Athabasca River Watershed.;
Athabasca River Watershed (Alta.)--Environmental conditions.
||1 videodisc (65 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
||This disc is a recorded DVD and may not play on all DVD players or drives. Originally produced in 2011. Includes theatrical trailer.
||"[The program] follows David Lavallee on his three-year journey across Western Canada in search of the truth about the impact of the world's thirstiest oil industry. This is a journey of jarring contrasts, from the pristine mountain ice fields that are the source of the industry's water, to the Tar Sands tailing ponds, where thousands of migrating birds have unwittingly landed and died...[It] is a sober look at the untold costs associated with developing this major oil deposit, and raises important questions about how much environmental damage we're willing to tolerate to feed our oil appetite." -- Container.
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||White Gold Productions.; Video Project.
|PUB Date Free Form
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||03422cgm 2200625Ia 45010