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Hedonistic Sustainability by Bjarke Ingels
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A call to architects by Bjarke Ingels to become designers of eco-systems of both ecology and economy and channel the flow of people and resources such as heat, energy, waste and water with objective to improve quality of life.

EarthSayer Bjarke Ingels
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Sustainability and a Co-housing Community by Eli Spevak
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Sustainable Today visits the Peninsula Park Commons in Portland, Oregon. This Co-housing project was designed and built by Eli Spevak and Mark Lakeman (better know as the leader of City Repair Project),We see the actual living spaces and how they are laid out and constructed not only for energy efficiency but for privacy while existing in a community atmosphere.

EarthSayer Eli Spevak
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Interviews at the 2010 Bioneers Conference
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Mike and JoAnna Bresnan of Costa Rica's, Children Feeding Children, program and the change and transformation that is occurring around the world. They introduce interviews with Annie Leonard and David Orr while attending the 2010 Bioneers Conference held October 15-17, 2010 in San Rafael, California.

Filmed by Barry Heidt of GeoSpirit.tv and edited by Rob Russo.

EarthSayers JoAnne Bresnan; Annie Leonard; David Orr
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A Clear Vision: An Equitable Planet 2 of 2
Static PreviewDennis Wilde is a Principal at Gerding Edlen Development and and 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. One such idea is neighborhood-based systems called EcoDistricts.
In this interview, he talks about how can reduce consumption and address the need for thinking of close loop systems. Very narrowed silo-ing thinking needs to be replaced by wholistic ways of thinking and de-centralized (appropriately scaled) systems.
EarthSayers Barry Heidt; Dennis Wilde
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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
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The Earth Awards 2010
The Earth Awards is a global search for creative solutions designed for the 21st century.

We are now seeking innovation for The 2010 Earth Awards. Submission deadline is May 10, 2010.

We are accepting submissions in six categories: Built Environment, Product, Future, Systems, Fashion, and Social Justice.

For more information visit www.theearthawards.org
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