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Unreported stories of life in the developing world centers on the devastating consequences of cooking on an indoor, open fire and half the world lives this way - three billion people. Indoor air pollution kills more people than AIDS. Ethan Kay talks about cookstoves that eliminate smoke and fuel consumption asn ideal solution to this problem.
Sustainability Action Media (SAM) at Earth Day Conference 2012 sponsored by the Earth & Spirit Council. This is an excerpt from a three hour teaching circle that involved members of the circle actively involved asking questions.
There is a longer version of larrion's teaching here on YouTube. He talks about the New Spiritual Warrior.
Title: Womb at the Center of the Universe teaching by Larry Merculieff
Excerpt from TEACHINGS FROM THE WOMB: The transformative Powers of Ceremony, videotaped by Barry Heidt of Sustainability Action Media.
This presentation focuses on remembering the "Original Instructions" and "Natural Laws " given to humanity before the beginning of time to ensure harmony and balance. Particular emphasis is given to the role of women.
Videotaped by Barry Heidt of SAM, April 20, 2012 and added to the EarthSayers.tv collection by Ruth Ann Barrett, Curator.
Sustainability Action Media (SAM) at Bioneers 2011 where Tony Skrelunas was interviewed and videotaped by Barry Heidt of SAM "in-situ" during the conference in the open space surrounding the main theater in San Rafael, California. Tony is positioned as a sustainability thought leader in the EarthSayers.tv, special collection, Bioneers 2011 and a second excerpt from this interview is posted to the special collection, Transforming Our Economy.
Title: Intimacy with the Land by Tony Skrelunas at Bioneers 2011
At Big Mountain in Navajo Land, Tony Skrelunas was raised by his great grandparents in a very traditional way with lots of ceremony, family, elders, and tiger earth; a common way to raise children 50, 100 years ago.
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.
Youth of today have a chance to write a new story and change the game, change the world, bulding the community. All across the planet, a unique and powerful generation is coming of age. We are called by many names – GenY, Generation We, the Digital Generation, and the Millennials – though ultimately, we defy labels. Born approximately between 1978 and 2000, we are the largest, most well-educated, culturally diverse, globally aware, technologically savvy, and socially engaged generation our world has ever seen. To become engaged and supportive visit here.
Trailer: Clarissa Klein, Alec Loorz, Shannon McComb, Eveline Weary, Danny Farahdel, Tracy Alvarez, Felix Finkbiener, Hannah Kirkegaard, William Love-Anderegg, Jordan Howard, Erica Fernandez, Carolina Parra, and Anya Suslova are featured in this "kids vs. global warming" documentary by Lynne Cherry. (2009)
Saami youth describe issues affecting their culture due to climate change, most particularly how unstable conditions are affecting reindeer. Their best-known means of livelihood is semi-nomadic reindeer herding, with which about 10% of the Sami are connected and 2,800 actively involved on a full-time basis.
Rights of Mother Earth International Indigenous Conference speech of Canadian, Clayton Thomas-Muller talks about Tar Sands and what it means to his people of this "science fiction nightmare."
Clayton Thomas-Muller, of the Mathais Colomb Cree Nation (Pukatawagan) in Northern Manitoba, Canada, is an activist for indigenous self-determination and environmental justice.
Rights of Mother Earth International Indigenous Conference -Ecuadorian Process Defending Indigenous Territories With Rights of Mother Earth: Patricia Gualinga Montalvo, Spiritual Indigenous Leader, Sarayaku, Ecuador.
Professor Cornel Pewewardy is a traditional Comanche-Kiowa elder and Director of Indigenous Nations Studies at Portland State University. He talks about the negative effects of education on indigenous culture and language. Re-traditionalization is his term for this shift in education, a tribal approach to education. He spoke on February 11, 2011 in Portland, Oregon.
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