CMS ENVIS Centre has a repository of more
than 900 audio-video programmes to showcase. We welcome everyone
who is interested in watching the videos by sending an email
request to the Co-orodinator (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We will arrange the screening in the AVRC room of CMS ENVIS
Centre on a mutually agreed date and time.
Commissioned by: United Nations Information Centre
The film shows how mankind is affecting weather inadvertently, and not necessarily in its best interest. It stresses on the need for international coordination as an absolute necessity to the study of weather patterns and their possible control.
The film shows the video production process of making the high quality informative shorts that tackle issues and offer solutions to immunisation, dehydration, literacy and the empowerment of women in "Unicef Middle East PSA". In June 1993, the public awa
For over 20 years the shrinkage of the world’s tropical forests has been at the forefront of environmental concerns. Yet the forests continue to be cleared. The key word is 'cleared' for - as Fate of the Forests finds - while commercial logging contribute
Commissioned by: Consortium for Educational Communication
A natural mystery happened at a village in Manipur. It is about the arrival of a migratory swift settling in a particular house. The birds do not make nests to breed but reside from November to February and then migrate again till the next season.
Traditional farming in the tropics has never respected the division between field' and `tree'. Shaking off the colonial inheritance, a quiet revolution is underway to merge age-old practices with scientific know-how. Agro-forestry techniques aim to combin
This programme examines strategies to combat natural disasters. It has been filmed on location in Ethiopia, India, China and Botswana to promote the UN International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction.