There are organizations around the world producing films, interviews, and lectures addressing sustainability-related topics and doing it on a regular basis.

We created a Special Collections section to draw your attention to these organizations and the programs we have found particularly educational and inspirational.

EarthSayers.tv is happy to partner with select companies and events for mutual promotion and further development of special collections.

Email ruthann@earthsayers.tv for recommendations as to champions, big challenges, events and/or places you want to see called out on our site.

Women Make Gains in C-Suite Positions - CSR Minute/3BL Media

Published on Oct 4, 2016

“Corner offices are looking a bit less like exclusive boys’ clubs lately.” That’s the conclusion of the Wall Street Journal in an analysis of women in the workplace. A report by research firm Equilar found that at S&P companies with male executives at the top, almost 12% of the four other highest-paid officers are women, up four percentage points from 10 years ago. The data also showed that the percentage of women chief executives at S&P 500 companies has doubled since 2006, to five percent. Overall, 19% of all c-suite executives today are women, an increase of two percent over last year.

Read more here.

More Special Collections

Honor The Earth by Winona LaDuke

A 10 minute film about the work of Honor the Earth featuring the music of John Trudell.

Honor the Earth is a Native-led organization, established by Winona LaDuke (Anishinaabe) and Indigo Girls Amy Ray and Emily Saliers, in 1993 to address the two primary needs of the Native environmental movement: the need to break the geographic and political isolation of Native communities and the need to increase financial resources for organizing and change.

More Wisdom Keepers in our collection here.

Picturing Excess by Artist Chris Jordan

EarthSayers Special Collection: Artists and Musicians is part of our "Champions" category and features individuals with great gifts who use them to address social, cultural, environmental and/or economic elements of sustainability through their art, music and communications talents. The artist, Chris Jordan's work, as one example, addresses the unconscious behaviors that add up to catastrophic consequences which no one intended. He explores the phenomenon of American consumerism.

Alan AtKisson: Describing the History of GDP

EarthSayers Special Collection on Transforming Our Economy

Here one of many sustainability leaders addressing economics is Alan AtKisson describing the history of GDP (Gross Domestic Product, also known as Gross National Product) and its invention (1942!) to measure economic growth during World War II. This speech was given during presentations to the Australian Environmental Protection Agency in 2001.

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