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Alameda High Students Produce Environmental Documentary Film

As part of a year-end project in Dr. Carolyn Griffith’s AP Environmental Studies class, nurse a group of students created a documentary film entitled The Invisible World.

The 14 minute film highlights threats and challenges to wildlife on land and at sea as well as promising developments to improve the planet’s health. The film focuses on two interviews with environmental leaders from very different environmental organizations.

Lynette Kotinow from the SF Bay Chapter of the American Cetacean Society discusses challenges wildlife faces at sea from marine debris while Constance Taylor from Wild Oakland highlights challenges animals face on land from urban development.