Let's hear from our children on their social, environmental, cultural, and economic concerns around sustainability and always acting responsibly with the next seven generations in mind. This poster from the Earth & Spirit Council's Earth Day 2012 Ceremony in Portland, Oregon is a collaborative effort of students and friends. It conveys hope, love, and concern as we know we will find in the children's voices of sustainability.
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The Feather Project Trailer - Collaboration Between the Generations
Looking out for the Seveth Generation. All leaders need to be responsible for the future. What does it take to create a better future for the human family and all life on this planet? We need to combine the visions and dreams of the young, the wisdom of the elders, and good practice examples of how people are active to tackle the major world problems humanity is facing. We believe that in this combination lies a key to unlock the boundless sources of compassion, imagination, and creativity that are so much needed in our troubled times. Join the Feather Project!
The Feather Project brings these elements together - the visions, the wisdom, and the practical action for creating a more just, peaceful and sustainable future. In this major task ahead of us, the dialogue and collaboration of the generations is a crucial element.
EarthSayers John Grim; Chief Oren Lyons; Mary Evelyn Tucker
Food Justice by Maya Salsedo
THE FIRE INSIDE Youth Program at the Turtle Lodge (2011)
UK Youth Climate Coalition by Lizzy Clark
The Philadelphia Urban Creators by Alex Epstein
Recognizing the Power of Your Choices by Brittany Stallworth
Saving Scotchman Peaks by Jacob Glass
Water Battles by Martin Figueroa
Our Idea of the Environment by Severn Cullis-Suzuki
ORANG, Girl Scout Cookies, and Palm Oil by Tomtishen & Madison
Speaking on Behalf of Children by Severn Cullis-Suzuki
In the Mangroves with Hal Wallis
EcoRyders by Victor Davila
Brower Award Speech by Activist Tania Pulido
It might even kill me by Ta'kaiya Blaney
Your Park, Your Say
Young Voices on Climate Change
The Youth Climate Movement by Jessy Tolkan
Mother Nature Needs Help. What Would You Do?
Climate Change by Saami Youth (Norway)
When One Teaches, Many Lean by Riland King
Acting on Behalf of Animals by Charlotte
Environmentally Responsible Investments by Kyle Thiermann
Become a Game Changer by Generation Waking Up