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Raz Mason addresses the personal framework of resilience, and its relationship to sustainability. She is a chaplain; creator of Warrior Wheel Training for people in high stress environments, especially those in the military and public safety; and founder of Mason Consulting, which focuses on training and coaching. Her work as a chaplain resident at the Portland VA Medical Center, experiences in Navy and Army officer training programs, and professional background in domestic violence agencies reflect her commitment to working with individuals and families from high stress occupations and environments. She holds an MDiv degree from Harvard Divinity School, an MA in Pastoral Studies from Seattle University, and a BA degree in mathematics from Bryn Mawr College. She was interviewed by Ruth Ann Barrett of EarthSayers.tv in Portland, Oregon on October 7, 2011.
The Avatamsaka sutra is the story of Indra's Net. Created during the conference, this wonderful net stretches endlessly, an ancient metaphor for our interdependent Universe. Creating a net, made of recylced fabrics, all natural and lightweight materials, at Bioneers is a collaborative endeavor, bringing people at the event together to share stories and get to know one another. Debra Goldman is an artist living in the Pacific NorthWest who travels to events to engage people in creating Indra's Net.
Voices of Sustainability: This video opened the Ceres Conference 2011, held May 11-12 in Oakland California. It emphasizes the concept of "built to last."
March 3, 2013 Update
Artist (painter) and master game master John O'Neill coined this expression, Signature Move, in connection with the game design process. He uses his game, Paradice to show what he means. Presently John is developing a program to teach art using game design and will be releasing a campaign to introduce a new card game with that objective in mind. This video will be replaced with one addressing his newest work and, therefore, is not available for viewing.
Circle of Life is a series of stand alone but interconnected short films that can be played individually or as a continuous narrative. In their entirety they provide a snapshot of our marine world at the end of the first decade of the 21st century. They are not meant to be definitive, but rather provide a personal account of what I've seen and filmed in HD over the last couple of years. Visit the
CIRCLE OF LIFE
Circle of Life is a series of stand alone but interconnected short films that can be played individually or as a continuous narrative. In their entirety they provide a snapshot of our marine world at the end of the first decade of the 21st century. They are not meant to be definitive, but rather provide a personal account of what I've seen and filmed in HD over the last couple of years. Visit the whitewitchwares to view the series.
Voices of Sustainability: All That We Share is the definition for The Commons as further described in Jay Walljasper's book of the same title and briefly in this snippet from a speech he gave at the Commons Convergence held in Portland, Oregon on May 7, 2011 by The Oregon Commons project. A popular speaker, veteran communications strategist and award-winning writer and editor, Jay Walljasper chronicles stories from around the world that point us toward a better and more enjoyable future. Walljasper is the author of All That We Share A Field Guide to the Commons (2011), The Great Neighborhood Book (2007) and Visionaries: People and Ideas to Change Your Life (2001). Click on book cover to order the book.
Videotaped by Ruth Ann Barrett, sustainability advocate and founder of www.earthsayers.tv, the voices of sustainability.
Rachel Carson, famed biologist, author and visionary, was a founding member of The Nature Conservancy in Maine. Join Cori Kahn of the Conservancy for a visit to Rachel Carson Wildlife refuge in Wells, Maine, to learn more about a conservation icon. Silent Spring available from Amazon.com.
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