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Ghandi, King and the Earth Charter by Mary Evelyn Tucker
Static PreviewMary Evelyn Tucker discusses the teachings of Mahatma Ghandi and Martin Luther King Jr. and their relation to the Earth Charter. Tucker highlights the idea that humanity is capable of embracing long-term, radical change and suggests that humans are at a critical point in their history, one in which the recognition of humanity as being part of a living and unique Earth community is vital.  Tucker continues to discuss the Earth Charter, its relation to Satyagraha, and the incorporation of principles of nonviolence, democracy, and peace in its body.
EarthSayer Mary Evelyn Tucker
Date unknown Format Lectures
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The Global Summit: Humanity Uniting for a Secure Future by Melanie St. James
Static PreviewEmpowerment Works' Director, Melanie St.James presents a bi-annual, around the world multi-sector collaboration transforming the face of international development and policy making to assure social, economic & environmental sustainability.
EarthSayer Melanie St. James
Date unknown Format Appeal
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Introduction to FourYearsGo. Org

Soul of Money Institute Founder Lynne Twist presents at the Transformational Leadership Conference FOUR YEARS. GO., a global communications campaign Council. WWW.FOURYEARSGO.ORG

EarthSayers Lynn Twist; Dan Wieden
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Sustainability: This I Believe by David Orr
Static PreviewDavid W. Orr is the Paul Sears Distinguished Professor of Environmental Studies and Politics and Special Assistant to the President of Oberlin College and a James Marsh Professor at the University of Vermont. He is the author of The Nature of Design (Oxford, 2002) and Design on the Edge (MIT, 2006). Recent projects include a two year, $2 million project to define a 100 day climate action plan for the Obama administration (www.climateactionproject.com ).
EarthSayer David Orr
Date unknown Format Speech
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Keep Nestle Out of Columbia River Gorge: 4,000 Oregonians
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On March 29, 2010, a coalition of environmental and social justice organizations, Keep Nestle Out of the Gorge, led by the consumer advocacy group Food & Water Watch, launched a coordinated campaign to prevent Nestle Waters North America from opening a water bottling facility in Cascade Locks Oregon.Keep Nestle Out of the Gorge opposes the deal because a bottled water facility would lead to the commodification of Oregons public water resources, and potentially jeopardize local wildlife, especially native salmon and steel head species. April 2012 update: Will you help Food and Water Watch cover the cost of a legal appeal to defend Oregon's water from Nestlé?
Make a donation to support Crag Law Center's work on behalf of Food & Water Watch!

EarthSayer Julia De Graw
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Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection One Water More Details
Build Community and Support Base 3 of 3 by Annie Leonard
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  October 19, 2009Acclaimed filmmaker and Internet phenomenon Annie Leonard exposes the often hidden costs and provides a hopeful vision for moving beyond the age of Stuff. Do the Right Thing becomes the default option. Annie's speech at Bioneers.

EarthSayer Annie Leonard
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On Consumption of Stuff and Happiness 2 of 3 by Annie Leonard
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Acclaimed filmmaker and Internet phenomenon Annie Leonard exposes the often hidden costs of that which we consume and provides a hopeful vision for moving beyond the age of Stuff. 

Search on Annie in EarthSayers and see her films.

EarthSayer Annie Leonard
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Where Does Stuff Come From 1 of 3 by Annie Leonard
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 October 19, 2009 Acclaimed filmmaker and Internet phenomenon Annie Leonard exposes the often hidden costs of all that we consume and provides a hopeful vision for moving beyond the age of Stuff. (http://www.bioneers.org/annie-leonard) Other of Annie's work is on earthSayers, search "Annie."

EarthSayer Annie Leonard
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The New, New Deal by EcoTrust
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A trailer for a 10 minute video on the Ecotrust belief that building local, living communities is the way to save the economy and the environment at the same time. The film shares the stories of analysts, professors, bankers, students, entrepreneurs and architects, and their movement toward a new economic model of recovery and sustainability.

This and other programs are available on EarthSayers as well as the EcoTrust Website and on their YouTube Channel.

Date unknown Format Documentary
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Transforming Our Economy More Details
Just Do One Thing by Greg Horn
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Greg Horn is an advocate of practical solutions for bringing personal health and environmental sustainability into people’s lives.
He is a health and wellness professional and author (Living Green) advocating everyone do just one thing...Visit their site to view more videos created as part of a contest sponsored by June One Thing.

EarthSayer Greg Horn
Date unknown Format Suggestions and Tips
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