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Factory by the lagoon (The) (long version)

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  00:23:00  2015  HD 16/9  Color  Sound

In the Aveiro district of Northern Portugal, Estarreja is a town with a lagoon area where its rich ecosystem has been suffering from intense pollution since the 1950s. It is also the place of the second most important chemical compound in the country. Cross disciplinary research has been conducted by the International Human and Environment Observatory (OHMI) since 2010 to assess the impact of chemical pollutants in this densely populated area where there is still much traditional agriculture.
As the director of OHMI–Estarreja, Anne-Marie Guihard-Costa and many of those involved in ecological awareness raising around the lagoon have looked back on its different rehabilitation phases, from the enhancement of industrial practices in the 1990s to the inception of various programmes to contain toxic wastes. However, soils and the Ria have been contaminated over the long term, and the reduction of pollutant release is still insufficient.

Author : MAGET Laurent (Dynamique de l'évolution humaine : individus, populations, espèces, UPR CNRS, Paris)
Director : MAGET Laurent (Dynamique de l'évolution humaine : individus, populations, espèces, UPR CNRS, Paris)
Scientific adviser : GUIHARD-COSTA Anne-Marie (Directrice de l'OHMI Estarreja, CNRS) FERREIRA DA SILVA Eduardo AnselmoINACIO Manuela
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Audiovisual processReal shots. Use of animation and aerial shots (drone).
Voice over. Interview (live sound (french subtitled)). Original score (Chris Hayward).
PersonnalitiesOLIVEIRA E SILVA Miguel(Ecologiste association CEGONHA); ALMEIDA SANTOS Diogo(Ingénieur, association PACOPAR); BACELAR Jorge
INACIO Manuela(Membre du Conseil de Direction de l'OHMI Estarreja, Université d'Aveiro); FERREIRA DA SILVA Eduardo Anselmo(Directeur adjoint de l'OHMI Estarreja, Université d'Aveiro); GUIHARD-COSTA Anne-Marie(Directrice de l'OHMI Estarreja, CNRS)
NotesOHMI : Observatoire Homme-Milieux International
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Discipline

Ecology ; Anthropology

Places  

Portugal

Technical Sheet
Item No.4458
PublicLarge audience
Original SupportHD
VersionFrench ; Portuguese
DistributionSale (private use), Sale (institutionnal use)
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