Historically, little value is placed on natural capital when looking at growth equations and socioeconomic development. It is difficult for big businesses, and more so for ordinary people, to quantify the significance of natural resources and make the value of nature tangible in our daily lives. The new Global Foundation for Democracy and Development (GFDD) production responds to those
questions: How much is the natural capital of the Dominican Republic worth? How do we put a price on the ecosystem the planet has given us and that allows us to survive? Documentary 21:36 Dominican Republic
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The Long Island Film Festival online will be active for the month of August 2018.
The deadlines for film entry, Richard Vetere Screenplay Competition and the Richard Vetere One-Act Play Competition is as follows:
Early Deadline is February 15, 2017
Regular Deadline is December 31, 2018
Late Deadline is March 30, 2018
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