||Type of Presentation
||A documentary on Herman Melville’s novel and its scientific significance.
|“The Perfect Pearl”
||A documentary on the pearl industry, covering the history of pearl harvesting and current pearl farming techniques and their impacts.
|“Environmental Education in Japan”
||Speaker: Kazuyuki Mikami
||A presentation on the environmental education program at Miyagi University in Sendai, Japan.
|“Three Mile Island”
||Documentary on the worst nuclear accident on U.S. soil and its environmental effects.
|“Saving Baby Whales”
||A documentary on the rescue and release of three baby pilot whales after a beaching.
|“Automobile Pollution in Los Angeles”
||Speaker: Sarah West
||A presentation on the current air pollution situation in L.A. and the measures that are being taken to improve it, plus some suggestions.
|“How Not to be a Sheep: Questioning Popular Science”
||Speaker: Theodore Rockwell
||A discussion of several widely-accepted scientific theories that may not be true.
|“WTO Ministerial Conference”
||Speaker: Brett Smith
||A presentation on the objectives on the World Trade Organization’s approaching Third Ministerial Conference and its environmental concerns.
|“Successful Environmental Partnerships”
||Speaker: Mike Harley
||A presentation from a member of the Minnesota Environmental Initiative.
|“Ecological Restoration: The Next and Permanent Revolution”
||Speaker: Ray Tricomo
||This presentation, from the founder and director of Kalpulli Turtle Island Multiversity project, will be focused on the necessity of restoring native ecologies and cultures.
|“Solar Energy: Current Status and Future Potential”
||Speaker: Dr. James Doyle
||Presentation on the use of solar energy as an alternative energy source.