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PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT PROJECT SUMMARY and MOVIE SUGGESTIONS are: Up (2009), SWING VOTE (2008), ELECTION, Stealing America: Vote by Vote, Recount, Hacking Democracy, Unprecedented, THE CANDIDATE, BATTLE IN SEATTLE AND GANDI. Flow: For Love of Water (2008); Chinatown (1974), Water and Power (1967), (The) River (1938) are movies about water; water law tends to have the most land use law. Projects are often corruptly voted on by elected officials and then staff must try to fix the mess later. Officials can be out-of-the-region or have expired from natural causes by the time the problems with a project are fully understood. The Californians (2005) and Evan Almighty (2007) are about large homes being built in ecological or environmentally sensitive areas! Flow: For Love of Water (2008); Chinatown (1974), Water and Power (1967), (The) River (1938), The Plow That Broke the Plains (1936), The Day After Tomorrow (a possible hoax if carbon dioxide within the ocean is similar to carbon dioxide, called dry ice, and when heated goes back into the atmosphere) with Dennis Quaid are somewhat about landuse and water issues; Coal Bucket Outlaw (2002), Sahara with Matthew McConaughey; Julia Roberts in Erin Brockovich; Chain Reaction with Keanu Reeves, are about problems with the energy industry and its impact on the environment. Silkwood and the China Syndrome are about nuclear power plants; The Triangle Factory Fire Scandal; Safe; Crash; The Towering Inferno is about fire in a highrise with Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, Faye Dunaway and a cast of many memorable Hollywood entertainment powerful personalities. A Civil Action is a legal drama about toxic waste; 28 days and Outbreak are about disease; Aviator, Flight of the Phoenix, The Englist Patient, Hidalgo (2004), National Treasure (2004) have desert issues; Some projects or things that are especially difficult to expect or plan for are covered in the movies Quarantine (2008), Blindness (2008), Children of Men (2006), The Happening (2008), The Village (2004), Signs (2002), The Sixth Sense (1999), and Outbreak. Fast and Furious Franchise (criminally motivated speed driving) have some environmental issues; The Great Global Warming Swindle (2007) is a documentary. Sliver (1993) is about a highrise that has illegal surveillance cameras in it. The Lakehouse shows some great Chicago architecture. DOCUMENTARIES ARE: Frank Lloyd Wright (1998); Sketches of Frank Gehry (2005); My Architect (2003), Manufactured Landscapes (2006), Los Angeles Plays Itself (2003), Antonio Gaudí (1984), and Brooklyn Bridge (1981). The large scale technology is increasingly vulnerable to terrorists are increasingly willing to risk their lives over scarce resources. Some large countries may even not have enough water to support their populations, and they may have huge military strength. Hazardous waste disposal, including nuclear, is still a problem and proper protocol may not exist and may not be properly mandated by International law. Therefore, environmental degradation is a complex problem that may be impacting the entire planet. The talent may not exist within the government or even major organizations to fix the most complex problems and it may be unreasonable to think the top talent in industry can fix complex problems too. Denial seems to exist by many about increasing scarcity of resources and the ability to fix problems, and the need of government intervention, new programs.