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Immense Possibilities is the weekly public television and Internet series that's igniting realistic hope. We showcase people and projects that will inspire you.

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Our Next Immense Possibility

Monday July 24, 9:30pm on SOPTV, and in the “Current IP” video box below

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It’s nearly fifty years now since a fiery young man named Denis Hayes organized a wildly ambitious new project called “Earth Day.” Now Denis sits down with us to reflect on how it spawned America’s environmental movement, and to make plain why the March for Science he organized earlier this year is so crucial.

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Our Current Immense Possibility

Do children have standing to sue governments for severely damaging their future by ignoring the clear dangers of climate change? One federal court, hearing the case brought by Our Children’s Trust, says they might. We talk to OCT’s founder and two young plaintiffs to find out about a struggle that could change more than we can easily imagine.

IMMENSE POSSIBILITIES ignites realistic hope with inspirational stories of community victories. It showcases ordinary people whose passion and creativity are blazing trails to a healthy future for our children and grandchildren. See what we've discovered in the realms of community breakthroughs, local independence, sustainable solutions, environmental sanity, generations coming together, and awesome social inventions.


Here’s the contact information for IP’s recent guests:

** Episode 601—Matthew Fox

**602—Growing Food, Plants and People

**603—The World is Their Community, part 4: Traveling with purpose

**604— Story & Youth

**605—Dying Well

**606—Not as Divided as You Think

**607—A woman takes on an industry

**608—Story & Race

**609—The True Rights of Communities

**610—Children Demanding a Future

**611—Does Earth Day Still Matter?

**612— Are we up to the Climate Challenge?

**613— The boy who flies flies again  

**614—John Kitzhaber


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