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Sting introduces other artist and business people promoting the Prince's Rainforest SOS program. The Project’s work was largely concluded in Oslo in May 2010.The PRP is now part of The Prince’s Charities’ International Sustainability Unit, a programme of work to help build consensus on how to develop durable solutions which will underpin the mechanisms required to meet the challenges of climate change and natural resource depletion.www.rainforestSOS.org
This is a video produced by the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) and a glimpse at some of the stories of EDF activities. When you click through on YouTube to read the comments on this video you will see ones from the climate change deniers as well as from those actively engaged as "environmentalists." EarthSayers advocates sustainability principles and practices and bringing the voices of sustainability to the fore so that our citizens can make up their own minds and act responsibily in their daily lives.
Environmentalist and entrepreneur Paul Hawken, CEO of OneSun Solar, an energy company focused on ultra low-cost solar based on green chemistry and biomimicry. His speech at the Skoll Awards for Social Entrepreneurship 2010 focuses on environmental problems around the world.
Join the global Wiser community, the Social Network for Sustainability at . Their visions comes from it’s former Executive Director, Paul Hawken, who recognized its need when researching his latest book, Blessed Unrest: How the Largest Movement in the World Came into Being, and Why No One Saw It Coming.
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24 Hours of Reality will be broadcast live online from Sept. 14 to 15, over 24 hours, in 24 time zones and in 13 languages. It's a worldwide event to broadcast the reality of the climate crisis. It will consist of a new multimedia presentation created by Al Gore and delivered once per hour for 24 hours, in every time zone around the globe.
The Climate Reality Project is bringing the facts about the climate crisis into the mainstream and engaging the public in conversation about how to solve it. We help citizens around the world discover the truth and take meaningful steps to bring about change.
CSR Report: Steve Starbuck is the Leader of Ernst & Young LLP's Americas Climate Change and Sustainability Services. In this role Steve oversees the development and implementation of climate change and sustainability competencies throughout the US, Canada, and Latin America extending to clients through the firm's core services: assurance, advisory, tax and transaction advisory services. The CSR Minute and CSR Report come to you from 3BL Media.
Matt decided to get a Geoscience single-subject teaching credential at UC Irvine, and after several years of teaching Marine Science (chemistry, biology, ecology, and other related topic concerning the world’s oceans) and ROP Environmental Horticulture (career technical education in using plants for beauty, shelter, and food) at Northwood High School (Irvine, CA), he became extremely interested in the connection between the food we eat and the negative impacts of modern agriculture on the health of the oceans (acidification, ocean warming, dead zones, etc.), so he telephoned his old Peace Corps friend Nathan.
In 1999, Matt and Bobbie Brown met Nathan McFall in a small village, Kuma-Dunyo, in Togo, West Africa. They worked with farmers, non- government organizations, and students introducing and implementing environmental awareness and education programs, soil conservation techniques, and animal husbandry.
In the summer of 2010, the Brown family decided to move to Oregon! They settled in Milwaukie (SE Portland, Oregon) and soon thereafter, with Nathan, started the non-profit, Food|Waves.
Matt was interviewed by Ruth Ann Barrett of EarthSayers.tv, July 23, 2011 in Portland, Oregon.
A presentation based off of her recent book, Merchants of Doubt: How a
Handful of Scientists Obscure the Truth about Climate Change.
Naomi Oreskes, author and professor of history and science studies, University
of California, San Diego.
From the University of Rhode Island's Spring 2010 Vetlesen Lecture Series, People and Planet Global Environmental Change. March 2, 2010.
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Polls show that between one-third and one-half of Americans still believe that there is "no solid" evidence of global warming, or that if warming is happening it can be attributed to natural variability. Others believe that scientists are still debating the point. Join scientist and renowned historian Naomi Oreskes as she describes her investigation into the reasons for such widespread mistrust and misunderstanding of scientific consensus and probes the history of organized campaigns designed to create public doubt and confusion about science. Series: "Perspectives on Ocean Science"
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