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Criminality and Morality by Sharif Abdullah
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In this interview, Dr. Sharif Abdullah talks about the issue of criminality and morality in terms of five economic systems, color coded markets, easy to remember when you are confronted with the challenge of doing the right thing or first realizing that just because something is legal doesn't make it moral. He is Founder and President of the Commonway Institute. Click image to order his book, Creating a World That Works for All.

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EarthSayers Sharif Abdullah; Ruth Ann Barrett
Date unknown Format Interview
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Transforming Our Economy More Details
The Environment and Economy in Conflict by Dean Gus Speth
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Voices of Sustainability: In his new book, The Bridge at the Edge of the World: Capitalism, the Environment, and Crossing from Crisis to Sustainability, Dean Gus Speth asserts that today's environmental reality is linked powerfully with growing social inequality and the neglect and erosion of democratic governance and popular control.

EarthSayer Gus Dean Speth
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The Right Thing To Do by William Rees
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UBC Professor William Rees argues that climate change is the largest collective threat humankind has ever faced as we are now a global culture. Individual choices to reduce their eco-footprint will not have a huge effect. Sustainability is not about acting alone, but is a collective enterprise so we must make our cities so it is possible for our citizens to live a sustainable life. We are all on the Titanic together.

EarthSayer William Rees
Date unknown Format Interview
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Transforming Our Economy More Details
Geotourism and Sustainable Development: Douglas McMeekin
Static PreviewThe Yachana Foundation, which works in the Amazon region of Ecuador, successfully achieves sustainable development through tourism and education. Geotourism, a term coined by the National Geographic, is tourism that sustains or enhances the geographical character of a place - its environment, culture, aesthetics, heritage, and the well-being of its residents. This is the commitment of the Foundation through the award winning Yachana Lodge. The Lodge, now part of the Foundation, besides being an incredible place for visitors to see and learn about the Amazon, is also a teaching facility for the Yachana Technical High School and an income generator to help support the school. Education, sustainable tourism and protection of the rainforest are all subjects that Douglas McMeekin will bring to his presentation.
EarthSayer Douglas McMeekin
Date unknown Format Speech
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism More Details
Patagonia's Mission Statement by Rick Ridgeway
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Rick Ridgeway gives the Patagonia mission statement and the five prescribed actions, starting with examine your own life. He is a National Geographic Lifetime Achievement in Adventure award winner as well as an author, photographer and environmentalist.

EarthSayer Rick Ridgeway
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El Puente - The Bridge: Helping People Help Themselves: Barry Stevens
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Barry Stevens talks about the program he and his wife, Nanci Wright co-founded called El Puente - The Bridge in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica. They offer educational assistance, food, and microloans mainly to indigenous people in Costa Rica.

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The School Program assists families with educational expenses for young children. The Food Program provides a gathering place, healthy meals, and additional support on Tuesday, Thursday, and SaturdayThe Microloan Program provides small loans from $20--$400, with approaches that have been helping people out of poverty globally since 1987.

EarthSayers Barry Stevens; Nanci Wright
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Creating National Parks - The Essentials by Doug Tompkins
Static PreviewICCFoundation December 03, 2007 Conservation of Biodiversity, overcoming political opposition for freedom of the wilderness.  Patagonia Land Trust, Conservacion Patagonica, an organization working to conserve critical lands in southern Chile and Argentina has established two national parks under the stewardship of Kris and Doug Tompkins.
Date unknown Format Instructional
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Biodiversity More Details
Three-part Green Real Estate Model by Kevin Danaher
Static PreviewCo-founder of Global Exchange and a Founder and an Executive Producer of the Green Festivals, Dr. Kevin Danaher discusses the Concept for intergrating social and economic sustainability objectives, including well paid green jobs and urban agriculture, into a real estate model that features green building principles and practices: a convergence to bring our communities into better balance. Video of TEDx presentation in San Francisco, California
EarthSayer Kevin Danaher, Ph.D.
Date unknown Format Lectures
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Build Community and Support Base 3 of 3 by Annie Leonard
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  October 19, 2009Acclaimed filmmaker and Internet phenomenon Annie Leonard exposes the often hidden costs and provides a hopeful vision for moving beyond the age of Stuff. Do the Right Thing becomes the default option. Annie's speech at Bioneers.

EarthSayer Annie Leonard
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It's Hard Work:Responsible and Sustainable Lives Pt. 1 of 2
Static PreviewDennis Wilde is a Principal at Gerding Edlen Development. He is a nationally respected green building expert and helped create the Sustainable Solutions division of GEDI. Mr. Wilde has more than 20 years of experience in urban planning and design, and has been active in construction and real estate development since 1980. Mr. Wilde, who joined GEDI in 1997, is responsible for feasibility studies, management of the pre-construction and construction process, tenant improvement  coordination and overall project management.
In this interview, he talks about how The Natural Step helped him in his path to sustainability and how now we are realizing the importance of new buildings, but we need to focus on the existing infrastructure and realize the behavior of the people who live in the buildings must change.
Gerding Edlen has embarked on more LEED projects than any other development company in North America, and in 2008 adopted net zero energy, carbon and waste as its goal for future projects.
EarthSayers Barry Heidt; Dennis Wilde
Date unknown Format Interview
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Design and Architecture More Details
 

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