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Saving the planet by using the golden rule

Marty Ostrow(right) and Terry Kay Rockefeller have created ''Renewal,'' a film about environmental work being done by religious groups around the country. It is in limited release. Marty Ostrow(right) and Terry Kay Rockefeller have created ''Renewal,'' a film about environmental work being done by religious groups around the country. It is in limited release. (Jodi hilton for the boston globe)
By Rich Barlow
November 8, 2008

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He was Al Gore before Gore was cool. Two decades ago, Cambridge filmmaker Marty Ostrow filmed some episodes for the PBS series "Race to Save the Planet," trumpeting the threat of pollution and energy waste. Yet while exposing that inconvenient truth years before Gore won an Oscar for doing so, Ostrow was nagged by a sense that his work was ... (Full article: 759 words)

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