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Jul 16 2007
James Bernard Quilligan, of the Center for Global Negotiations interviews Frithjof Finkbeiner of the Global Marshall Plan initiative, a stunning vision of how to meet the needs of all humanity globally.
Part II describes the Global Marshall Plan initiative's approach for establishing and meeting global environmental targets through an Eco-Social Marketplace.
Jul 03 2010
Dr. Vandana Shiva, a physicist and powerful leader in the worldwide, growing movement towards organic food, describes her vision for the diverse, healthy ecosystems that once sustained, can provide ample food for humanity. Part of her experience is the nearly 5,000 years of agriculture in India - one of the longest, and perhaps an example for other places seeking a sustainable future.
In a stunning critique, she describes her research demonstrating that organic, diverse food-ecosystems provide far more food, better quality food, better ecosystems/habitat, and more profitability for organic farmers. From the interview:
Mar 13 2006
Music of the spring peepers (frogs) in a forest wetland. These frogs are signs of a healthy ecosystem.
This was filmed at a "vernal pool," that usually lasts only for a few months during the spring. If there is enough rain, many young animals like frogs live and grow in these pools, in the wet parts of the Northern Hemisphere, in spring.
Their voices tell us a lot about how it is possible for humanity and the natural world to co-exist. Spring is near in the Northern Hemisphere.