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.
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Young Peoples Burden with Kivlehan and Hansen
Published on Oct 4, 2016
"... the assumption that young people will somehow figure out a way to undo the deeds of their forebears, has crept into and spread like a cancer through UN climate scenarios."
A conversation between Climate Scientist Dr. James Hansen and his granddaughter Sophie Kivlehan.
YOUNG PEOPLE’S BURDEN:Requirement of Negative CO2 Emissions by James Hansen et. al. Download PDF here.
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.
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.
Bill Moyers has followed the stories of two Milwaukee families since 1991. Like thousands of others, they were caught in the powerful undertow of a merciless economy and a changing city, constantly faced with devastating challenges and difficult choices. Bill revisits his reports on these families, and also explores the human price of inequality with journalists Barbara Miner and Barbara Garson.
Published on Jul 4, 2013