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The good society

The good society / a United Nations Environment Programme/WWF Films production made in association with TVE.
Gurgaon : Twenty Four Frames, [1999]
Physical Description
1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 24 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. viewing copy.
Copyright notice on disc: Television Trust for the Environment, under licence to Twenty Four Frames.
Summary taken from TVE website.
Narrator, Toby Mace ; editor, Weston Owens.
At the end of the century, people around the world are evaluating their circumstances, and most see room for improvement. The Earth Report team travelled the globe to ask people about their government, economic situation and about their hopes for the future. The result is this film revealing people's thoughts on 'The Good Society.' The countries visited include Jamaica, India, Zimbabwe, Papua New Guinea and The United Kingdom. Local people from each of these countries tell of their struggle to shape a better society for themselves. The determination of many is being mixed with frustration as some local governments seem reluctant to act. The desire for a more accessible and receptive government is a goal shared by the citizens of all these countries.
Images / Video & Film
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July 13, 2015
Earth report ; II
Narrator, Toby Mace ; editor, Weston Owens.
Also listed under
Television Trust for the Environment.
Twenty Four Frames (Organization : Gurgaon, India)
United Nations Environment Programme.
WWF Films.

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