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Remembering our past to co-create our future.
November 14 2012 there will be a total solar eclipse in Far North Queensland, Australia. In honour of this celestial event Rare Earth Foundation is hosting a gathering for earth-based cultures to come together to share their knowledge with young leaders of today to co-create tangible solutions to the problems facing our planet.
We are currently seeking expressions of interest from people who would like to support this gathering.† If you know of any Elders or cultural groups that might like an invitation to this event please email firstname.lastname@example.org orfor more info go to our Website.
This song by Yara Gutkin an ode to our planet, begins by exalting its beauty, perfection, and geological history. It continues by recognizing the errors committed by humanity in the name of progress and development, and culminates with the desire for change and awakening in each of us: the Earth is a living thing, and like all of us, needs care, love and attention. Through the tender and innocent voices of youth in the Children's Choir of Santo Amaro de Oeiras--an example of a 50-year-old organization that has survived through collaboration and teamwork--this song strives to deliver its message to the politicians of the world: the future that we want is dependent on our collaborative energy and strength. Together, we achieve more! The musical content is entirely created by my family: Carlos Gutkin (father), composer and guitarist; Yara Gutkin (daughter), conductor and arranger; Anah√≠ Gutkin (daughter), harp; and Kent Queener (son), accordion. The lyrics are by Rita Fouto, co-director of FAREDUCA - Education for Sustainability, a business dedicated to educational projects concerning art and the environment. The video reflects months of our team's work, inspired by love of art and our planet, without financial motivations. We're very pleased by our project and its ties to sustainability and related causes.
Opposite to the 'top down' concept of urban design is BETTER BLOCK, founded in Dallas' Oak Cliff by Jason Roberts and Andrew Howard. The Better Block project is a demonstration tool that temporarily re-visions an area to show the potential to create a walkable, vibrant, neighborhood center. The idea and the charrettes to realize it have quickly spread to cities like Memphis, St. Louis, New York, and Boston.
Photographer J Henry Fair's talk at TEDxBerlin2011 on November 21st who has applied his considerable talents to photographing "industrial scars." Here he addresses energy and how we are†stealing our children's future.† He wants his photographs to move people, to motivate them to change thier behavior.
Please visit www.tedxberlin.de and www.jhenryfair.com for further information.
A TEDx presentation made at TEDxWWF in Geneva for WWF International (13 October 2011) by Michael Spencer, communications consultant, who holds the position of Visiting Fellow at the Music and Culture Research Centre of Ueno Gakuen University (Tokyo). Here he talks about the world of song.
A shipping giant befriends a forest -- thanks to sustainability solutions from FedEx, including more electric trucks, more recycled shipping materials and a growing number of lower-emission planes. Learn more at fedex.com/earthsmart
Peak Moment 206: For Brandy Gallagher, the story on the planet right now could be a shared ethos of caring: "Everyone is fed. Everyone is taken care of." From their zero-mile bistro to zoning and financing innovations, O.U.R. Ecovillage in BC, Canada has paved the way for many communities worldwide. Asserting that "No is just an uneducated Yes," Brandy shows how a village mindset can transform individuals, preserve land, reduce resource use, apply permaculture principles, change laws, and even the way money works. [ourecovillage.org]
On October 26th, 2011 3BL Media's Lorraine Smith caught up with Doug Miller, Chairman at GlobeScan, has been providing reliable public opinion and stakeholder research and strategic counsel to clients since 1987. Their mission is to be the world's centre of excellence for objective global survey research and strategic counsel.
ANTHONY ZOLEZZI, Co-founder of Greenopolis. is speaking at the New World Fest (Festival of Eco-friendly Science & Techonology) in Santa Monica. He explains the "New Spirit of Sustainability." Greenopolis focuses our attention on changing the world through recycling, waste-to-energy and conservation. They reward users for their sustainable behavior on our website, through our Greenopolis recycling kiosks and with curbside recycling programs. Visit their site at† to learn more!
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