ECONEWS is produced by Educational Communications. Each half-hour show is hosted by internationally-honored environmentalist Nancy Pearlman. Programs may be all on-location ecotourism specials, documentaries, studio interviews, or wraparounds to pre-produced videos and films. For more information on these programs, please write to or call (310) 559-9160.



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Below is a short description of some ECONEWS shows



Life in Burkina Faso, West Africa



Nicaragua: Volcanoes, Eco-Lodges and Historic Towns



Wells for Burkina Faso, Africa



Xian, Harbin, and Shanghai, China—Views of historic towns, wetlands, modern developments, and the famous Terra Cotta Soldiers



Lucerne, Switzerland: ecotourism tour of historic towns, Mt. Pilitus and its endangered ibex, traditional food, and more



Kunming, China: Visit to historic temples and homes; traditional ethnic dance performances by the local minority tribes



The 2008 amazing Earth Fest in Kanab, Utah–on location Ecotourism special: activities include bicycle rides, nature walks, art exhibits, music and more: Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument; Maynard Dixon home and studio; frontier movie town museum and saloon; Southwest Wildlife Foundation bird rehabilitation; Pipe Spring National Monument; Paria Outpost; Kaibab band of Paiute Indians; water and energy talks.



Ecotourism on-location special: Korea's Jeju island; city of Seoul; and the Southeastern Mainland.



Ecotourism On-Location Special: Uyghur people of Northwest China. With singing and dancing from Urumchi to Turban through the Taklimakan desert.



Ecotourism On-Location Special: Korea's cultural and natural wonders in the Southeastern Mainland, Jeju island, and city of Seoul.



Impressions in Lhasa, Tibet-the people and their culture, food, dance, and religion: visits to monasteries, temples, palaces, city shopping areas, hot spring, and countryside.



Ecotourism On-Location Special: Winter Festival in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada -- night-time parade, daytime carnival, international ice-sculpture contest, city tour of the important sites and museums, and other sights and sounds of the historic city.



Earth Cultures presents the Gypsy Folk Ensemble sharing ethnic dances from the Celtic people (Scottish, Irish, and Welsh), Polynesia (Hawaii, Tahiti, and Maori of New Zealand), Mexico, Germany, Italy, Greece, Hungary, America, and Romania.



Ecotourism On-Location Special: Venezuela with Ecoalianza and Angel-Eco Tours -- Ecotourism conference, historic city tour modern art museum, and Amazon Indian Village and waterfalls.



Ernest Siva with the Morongo Band Mission Indians performing traditional songs and flute tunes as well as explains historic relationship of this southern California tribe of Indians.



On Location Ecotourism Special: in St. Kitts and Nevis, West Indies -- Carifesta VII, the Caribbean music, arts, and culture festival with over twenty-five participating countries sharing dance, song, stories, and other arts.



Author Matthew J. Pallamary - Author of "Land Without Evil: Dying Cultures, Vanishing Wisdom", Saving Guarani and Shipibo Indians of South America.



Coverage at second United Nations Conference on Human Settlements: Wisdom Keepers at Habitat II express views from religious perspectives especially from Hindu, Jewish, Christian, Islamic, Buddhist and other faiths; Peace Flag procession.



On Location Ecotourism special: "Festival D'ETE De Quebec" -- Artists from North America, Africa, Asia, and Europe perform at summer music festival in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.



Indigenous people's relationship to land through art and dance with anthropologist Dr. Paul Faustich for the Australian Aborigines and California Gabrielleno/Tongva elder Mark Acuna.



A look at: "Lakota Medicine Walk" --- The Ancestral Landscape of the Sioux Nation of the Northern Plains of North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, and Wyoming.



Ecotourism on location special: Caribbean Sound of Calypso, Soka, Reggae, Rhythm & Blues and Gospel, at the St. Kitts Music Festival, West Indies.



Hawaii's sacred lands



Amazonia Foundation's Michael Stuart Ani -- Helping The Indigenous People of the Amazon



Southwestern Prehistoric American Indian Civilizations and Archaeology



A Look at: Population Programs In Mexico and Iran




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