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Nov 20 2007
An amazing, award-winning video (v2.0) by (then) child-filmmakers Stephen and Trace, about nuclear weapons.
Please watch with your children, please forward so children see this wonderful short film, re-broadcast with permission from Trace's Mom.
Stephen and Trace (now much older teenagers) were disappointed in the amount of information their school taught about the U.S. bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. So, they decided to find out more all on their own! Now they share with you what they found.
Jun 22 2007
There is a restoration happening everywhere. Pierre invites you to action for your highest aspirations for a better world. In the affairs of humanity there is a tide of possibility, seen in places like the Global Marshall Plan, the Millennium Promise, and Green Design.
May you act now for the purpose of a new common ground with all people, goodwill towards all life, and the better world we have always dreamed of.
Sep 04 2007
Dan Orzech shows Pierre his new home, built as a Green, sustainable home design. Many Japanese style elements were used as part of this beautiful dwelling on the banks of the Schuylkill River near Phoenixville Pennsylvania.
Geothermal heating and cooling, passive solar design, radiant-floor heating, natural clay products, pre-fabricated basement wall panels (structurally integrated or "SIP" panels) and an innovative hot tub (made of a simple concrete cylinder) are all part of this wonderful home.
Nov 16 2006
Community leader Damon K. Roberts, Esq. and his wife Arline bring together hundreds of people across more than 300 blocks in South Philadelphia, all to take charge of their neighborhoods, to take a stand for quality of life, and make the neighborhood SAFE and CLEAN - the two top priorities.
Damon Roberts describes how the residents of South Philadelphia are taking back their neighborhoods and their quality of life.
Jun 10 2007
Blue Spruce Hollow, Episode II: Architect David Hartke shows Pierre his environmentally conscious new home, under construction in Doylestown Pennsylvania.
Since this was first filmed in Part I, David has sold the home to build another!
Jun 22 2007
In the forest there is no such thing as garbage! Everything works together without harming anybody. They find ways to get along because they need each other. Pierre talks about how people can learn to think like a forest.
When we think like a forest, we seen many things newly. We see that waste does not exist, we can make our own food, and we can take only what we need - no more. We see that all living things have a right to live their lives, too. We see how to live together, and we see how to run a business - all by thinking like a forest.
Jun 07 2007
Mother Earth shows us the trash that covers the world in 2027, all because we couldn't find time to recycle.
Global warming has ended all snow, even on New Year's Day. Come and see all the presents we left today for our children of tomorrow.
Produced by: Pierre Terre, 6/7/2007 Language: English Run Time: 4 min. 24 sec. Story Level 1 = Intended for all children or adults CC Developing Nations This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Developing Nations license.