San Francisco, CA, April 17, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- evox Television (evox Omnimedia) presents a riveting three-part series from Don Downey: “Open Source: Films From the Anthropocene.” Viewers are privy to cutting edge discussions about responsible urban planning, livable cities, design for the future, rising seas, and climate change. Solutions and cutting edge tactics from the US Navy and most-threatened cities are explored.
Shot on location in destinations at the forefront of climate change issues and urban futurecasting, “Open Source” shines a light on resistance to unnerving science and adroit change from unexpected sources. The films bring new understanding to how we understand our world.
Downey’s personal, intimate, story-driven work is a perfect fit for evox Television’s aware and active audience. He states, “The fascinating thing about evox TV is that it’s not just about changing the way we behave. It’s an entirely new life that’s being engaged and promoted. How can you get better than that! Evolving is what we are all about now as a species, and evox is so far out in front. And they come at it from every angle. It’s really exciting!”
Don Downey is a documentary producer and writer with film credits in some of the world’s most environmentally stressed locations. He began his career as a journalist and his films dig deeply into issues of climate change, sustainable cities, Katrina recovery, drought, and sea level rise. His work is featured on television networks, and has won top awards in film festivals around the country.
Open Source: Films from the Anthropocene is designed to change perceptions.
“City Building in the 21st Century”: Urban thinkers, architects, planners, and economists come together to discuss the future of cities, how to make them more sustainable and resilient, and how to listen to the occupants of cities so design meets the needs of their ever growing future.
“Sea Level Rise: The Changing Coastline”: Communities on the Outer Banks of North Carolina are threatened by rising seas as climate change skeptics take hold of the North Carolina legislature and push back hard against new climate change regulations.
“Sea Level Rise: Adapting to Higher Seas”:Norfolk, Virginia has the highest rate of sea level rise on the east coast and still rising. Listen to community activists, homeowners and even the U.S. Navy as they plan a truly enlightened response to a real and imminent threat.
About evox Television (evox OmniMedia): evox is an online, mobile, and IPTV entertainment television network, marketplace, and online community that targets the 44 million U.S. consumers in the $1.4 trillion Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability (LOHAS) segment, QOL (Quality of Life) demographic, and beyond. We inspire individuals and communities to live healthier lives by delivering content that entertains and informs. evox Shop, launching on Amazon and eBay this month, supports the shift of consumer attitudes and behaviors, offering socially conscious and sustainable goods and services. www.evoxtelevision.com
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