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The Gateway Green Education Foundation is a 501.c3 non-profit organization that endeavors to inform the general public about key values of environmentalism and environmental issues which confront the United States. These issues include ...

  • protection and expansion of parks, forests, prairies and wetlands
  • natural foods, vegetarian diets and organic farms and gardens
  • toxins such as organochlorines, lead and mercury
  • nuclear power, nuclear weapons, nuclear waste, nuclear storage and nuclear transportation
  • pesticides and household hazardous waste
  • destructive waste practices such as overproduction, incineration and landfilling
  • positive waste practices such as recycling, reducing and reusing.

Recent Submissions

  • Greentime TV # 332: “Roundup and Feeding a Growing World”

    Host Don Fitz and guest Daniel (digger) Romano of the Independent Media center question whether lack of food is the cause of hunger and if genetically modified foods will really help. In the second portion of his speech “Everything You Have to Know about Genetically Modified Foods,” Jeffrey Smith explains that the Bt toxin put into plants can exacerbate allergies in humans and is thousands of times more concentrated when used via genetic modification. This Green Time (No. 332) is produced by the Gateway Greens in conjunction with KDHX.

    Air Date: 
    01/18/2010
  • Greentime TV # 331: “Who’s Giving your Kids Food that Rats Won’t Eat?”

    In his speech “Everything You Have to Know about Genetically Modified Foods,” Jeffrey Smith documents that rats are one of several species refusing food routinely given to children. He charges that the Food and Drug Administration allows food companies to decide for themselves if what they use is safe. Host Don Fitz and guest Daniel (digger) Romano of the Independent Media center discuss claims of food safety by the biotech industry. This Green Time (No. 331) is produced by the Gateway Greens in conjunction with KDHX. Call 314-727-8554 or contact fitzdonataol [dot] com for info.

    Air Date: 
    01/04/2010
  • Greentime TV # 330: “Hidden Destruction of the Appalachian Mountains”

    What does mountaintop removal of coal have to do with the environment in St. Louis? Host Don Fitz and guest David Henry of Alliance for a Livable World discuss less destructive types of energy that are available, especially using less energy. This Green Time (No. 330) includes the documentary “Hidden Destruction of the Appalachian
    Mountains,” which graphically portrays consequences of mountaintop removal. It is produced by the Gateway Greens in conjunction with KDHX. Call 314-727-8554 or contact fitzdonataol [dot] com for info.

    *Airs on Double Helix Channel 21 in the City of St. Louis:*

    Air Date: 
    12/21/2009
  • Greentime TV # 329: “Down the Yellowcake Road”

    Dangers of nuclear power production involve far more than a potential meltdown. Host Don Fitz discusses the potential for massive contamination of water during mining and milling uranium with guests Henry Robertson of the Great Rivers Environmental Law Center and Bob Criss, Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Washington University. This Green Time (No. 329) includes the documentary “Yellowcake,” which explores several stages of nuclear production. It is produced by the Gateway Greens in conjunction with KDHX. Call 314-727-8554 or contact fitzdonataol [dot] com for info.

    Air Date: 
    12/07/2009
  • Greentime TV # 327: “Lead in Rural and Urban Missouri”

    Host Don Fitz and guests Joyce McCowan and Rev. Elston K. McCowan compare lead problems in rural Missouri and inner cities. They look at corporations and governments which blame the victims of lead poisoning and how citizens are often not told of how dangerous an area can be. This Green Time (No. 327) includes the first part of Will Godar’s film “Unleaded.” It is produced by the Gateway Greens in conjunction with KDHX. Call 314-727-8554 or contact fitzdonataol [dot] com for info.

    *Airs on Double Helix Channel 21 in the City of St. Louis:*

    8:30 p.m., Monday, November 9 & 16, 2009,

    Air Date: 
    11/09/2009
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