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A New Opportunity for Hemp by Chris Boucher
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While America was founded by agricultural hemp farmers, who understood the myriad value and applications, it has not been actively farmed or made available in the United States. Get a look at the regulatory status of hemp, the agricultural opportunities it presents, and the quality control and vertical integration necessary to deliver quality ingredients. Published October 2014.


EarthSayer Chris Boucher
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TN House Votes to Legalize Hemp by Jeremy Faison
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The Tennessee House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly on March 31 to approve a bill directing the state's Department of Agriculture to set up a licensing program for people to legally grow hemp. The bill's sponsor, Cosby Republican Jeremy Faison, said the cannabis plant has a long history in American of being used for productive, beneficial uses. Faison noted that in the recent U.S. Farm Bill, signed by President Obama back in February, permission is granted for states to regulate hemp production and allow universities to study it. After the bill passed on an 88-5 vote, Faison handed products made from hemp to the chamber's leaders of both parties. Among the items were breakfast cereal, soap, cooking oil and twine. Published on Mar 31, 2014

EarthSayer Jeremy Faison,
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Billion Dollar Crop - The history and advantages of hemp as an industrial fiber
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An Australian documentary from 1994 which brings to light the history, many uses of, conspiracy and smear campaign against, and the future of one of the planet's most versatile and potentially revolutionary plants: cannabis.
BILLION DOLLAR CROP shows how the recently developed, non-drug variety of hemp is being researched and cultivated internationally because of the plant's versatile qualities and environmental friendliness. This program takes the audience on a world tour from Australia to the United Kingdom, and from The Netherlands to France and the US. It illustrates how hemp is being cultivated as an industrial fiber for use as an alternative to wood for paper production, to cotton for clothes, and to plywood for construction. We all benefit, especially our forests and topsoil. Published on May 8, 2012

Produced with Michael Cordell and Jeffrey Bruer

Directed by Barbara Ann Chobocky

DVD available from Bull Frog Films.


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The Power of Hemp and its Uses
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A short film about the miracle plant called hemp. Get to know potentially the greatest land plant that could tremendously benefit humanity and the planet and find out why most hemp used in U.S. products is imported, not grown. Uploaded on Aug 1, 2010
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Uses of Industrial Hemp by Adam Henson
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Adam Henson is an English farmer and television presenter. He narrates this presentation on Hemp as building material and as insulation.Uploaded on Dec 24, 2009

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Sustainability and Higher Education by Stephanie Herrera
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Stephanie Herrera is Executive Director of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability (AASHE). She brings over 20 years of leadership and management experience coupled with a lifetime of experience and passion for sustainable development and social justice. Having grown up on a Superfund hazard site located in the Denver neighborhood of Globeville, she is engaged with the struggles of impoverished communities and their efforts to address their health and economic issues. Stephanie's grandparents inspired her by participating in the class action suit that led to the Superfund Site designation and, ultimately, site clean up.

Produced by Ruth Ann Barrett of EarthSayers.tv with Barry Heidt of GeoSpirit.tv at the AASHE Conference 2014 in Portland, Oregon, October 28, 2014. 

EarthSayer Stephanie Herrerra
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The Carrot Zone Presentation by Ruth Ann Barrett
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This is a proposal for the location of a Chinese style Green Grocer in the New Chinese Japanese Historical District of the Old Town Chinatown Neighborhood Association. Ruth Ann Barrett is a sustainability advocate living in the neighborhood with experience in community development, local government, association management and marketing. This is an update of an earlier version. Published on Oct 26, 2014

EarthSayer Ruth Ann Barrett
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Sustainable Food Trust by HRH The Prince of Wales
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The idea of "making polluters pay" is discussed by HRH The Prince of Wales at the Sustainability Food Trust's Event on True Cost Accounting, December 2013 and posted on January 13, 2014.  It relates to discussions here in the United State around the practice of externalizing costs and risks.  Here is John Fullerton of the Capital Institute addressing the issue of externalization and here is Larry O'Connor of LaTrobe University in Australia on Accounting Reform. 

EarthSayer HRH Prince of Wales
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Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret by Kip Anderson
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 COWSPIRACY: The Sustainability Secret () is a groundbreaking feature-length environmental documentary following an intrepid filmmaker as he uncovers the most destructive industry facing the planet today, and investigates why the world's leading environmental organizations are too afraid to talk about it. Published on Jun 6, 2014

Produced by Kip Anderson & Keegan Kuhn, Animals United Movement A.U.M.

EarthSayers Kip Anderson; Keegan Kuhn
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Save the oceans, feed the world! by Jackie Savitz:
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What's a marine biologist doing talking about world hunger? Well, says Jackie Savitz, fixing the world's oceans might just help to feed the planet's billion hungriest people. In an eye-opening talk, Savitz tells us what's really going on in our global fisheries right now — it's not good — and offers smart suggestions of how we can help them heal, while making more food for all.

Jacqueline Savitz is the Vice President for U.S. Oceans. Jackie’s background and training in marine biology and environmental toxicology combined with two decades of policy experience provides Oceana with a combination of sound science and clear environmental vision.

Published on May 20, 2014

EarthSayer Jackie Savitz
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