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Internationally famous environmentalist, Anil Agarwal from India, meets Knud Vilby, chairman of MS, Denmark's biggest Development NGO, in New Delhi. They share ideas about our global responsibility for the environment. Danish journalist Knud Vilby looks at pollution in India, and at the anti-pollution campaign by the Centre For Science and Environment. He and Anil Agarwal of the CSE discuss the costs of development in a poor country like India, and at how international policy makers view pollution. Vilby also interviews the Danish Minister of the Environment and Energy about Denmark's role in international pollution policy.


Release: 1997 (Denmark)

Duration: 29 minutes

Genre: Documentary Short

Spoken language: Hindi, English and Danish


Director: Dola Bonfils

Screenplay: Knud Vilby and Dola Bonfils

Cinematography: Manuel Sellner

Editor: Jesper Osmond
Sound Design: Morten Bøttzauw 

Composers: Kim Menzer and Cecilie Gravesen

Producers: Dola Bonfils, Lone Hey and Lise Lense-Møller

Production Country: Denmark

Production Company: Magic Hour Films

Coproducers: Cinemaker Oy, Centre for Science and Environment (New Delhi, India), DR, The Nordic Collaboration Fund and SVT

Produced with support from: The Danish Film Institute, The Danish Ministry of Education, Danida, Documentary, DR, The European Commission and The Danish Ministry of Environment and Energy.

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