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In 2004, we began a video series called the Future Clock T - 20 Project. We recorded a series of interviews with scientists, weather experts, environmentalists and the general public about the future of Canada and our environmental needs. We had planned to open the box of tapes in 2024 and see how things have changed. After 18 years and so many changes happening in the world, we've decided to open the box now.
Enviro-Station 257 is designed to explore the past and the future and to show how things have changed. In each episode, our host, Silvia, interviews people from all over the world. Our topics include pollution, micro-plastics, solar and wind power, war, over population, drought, wild weather and much more. Our question is `What should we expect in the future?'
Solving the Problems
From Denmark and Sweden, professional divers discuss plastics in our oceans.
From Montreal and Ottawa, Canada, Silvia interviews Robert Hoffman from the Club of Rome as they discuss who will face these future problems.
Silvia interviews David Carroll, an Ottawa Valley farmer who describes how wild weather affects the growing of food.
The former President of the Royal Society discusses
different environmental issues from this 1992
Timekeepers Canada interview.
For complete program extensions,
In a world supplied by different forms of electrical power, we invite you to visit a man who built his own power station using nature and innovation.
Desmond Carroll, a 100 year old farmer from the Ottawa Valley remembers watching the log booms being towed down the Ottawa River in the 1930s.
OurTimekeepers Canada video team visits two professional divers on the Baltic Sea who describe the vast use of plastic nets polluting the undersea world of our rivers, lakes and oceans.
EnviroStation presents a video from 1993 which features the story of a large tree that has been blown to pieces by a powerful lightning strike.
The Importance of Our Oceans
A frank analysis of the worlds oceans, including Canadian waters.
Basha plays Storm on the Ottawa River.
Dr. Jerzy Wojciechowski
In 2002, before he passed away, we recorded this rare interview with Jerzy as he discussed experiencing war in 1943 Poland, the future of the environment and the many challenges our world is about to face.
Elements of Nature Photography
Visit Our Airplanehunters.org Series
WWII Mosquito Ace
A Dwayne Price Video
Early Satellite Development
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