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Sustainability: Thinking About Your Children by John Fullerton
Static PreviewSustainability: John Fullerton of the Capital Institute and a former JPMorgan Managing Director talks with Ruth Ann Barrett of EarthSayers.tv about how thinking about your children and the world we live in tends to focus the mind. He has begun writing a book for his children about the context of how we came to this sustainability crisis. He asks: "Can you imagine being eighteen years old today and trying to make sense of this world?"

The mission of the Capital Institute is to stimulate the interaction and action of leaders, scholars, and society by raising awareness of the need to harness the power of capital and markets to advance a just, resilient, and sustainable economic system that will improve lives and preserve the planet.
EarthSayer John Fullerton
Date unknown Format Interview
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Culture and Consciousness 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
Date unknown Format Interview
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Transforming Our Economy More Details
Born to Buy by Juliet Schor
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Sustainability: Noted author and sociologist, Juliet Schor speaks on her new book "Born to Buy: The Commercialized Child and the New Consumer Culture" in this address to the City Club of San Diego. Series: City Club Presentation, 3/2005.

EarthSayer Juliet Schor
Date unknown Format Speech
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Transforming Our Economy More Details
SAM Portfolio: Conference Participant: Rafael Gallo: Interview
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Rafael was videotaped by Barry Heidt of sustainabletv with editing support by Tom Hopkins of Sustainable Today at The International Ecotourism Society's (TIES) 2010 ESTC event in Portland, Oregon, September 8-10, 2010. 

Title: Environmental Sustainability and Saving Resources by Rafael Gallo

Rafael Gallo has pursued his passion for whitewater paddling from learning to paddle in the Great Smoky Mountains of the United States during college to founding and growing one of the best rafting companies in the world in his native Central America, based in Costa Rica. He has introduced thousands to the sport of paddling, led the fight to save the world-renowned Pacuare River from the first dam threat in the 1990s, purchased and protects 2000 acres of rainforest along the Pacuare and Rios’ eco-lodge. has planted almost 14,000 native tree species as part of the United Nations Environmental Program “Plant for the Planet: Billion Tree Campaign.”  More information on community development visit this Website.

 

EarthSayer Rafael Gallo
Date unknown Format Interview
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Sustainability Action Media (SAM) More Details
Introduction to FourYearsGo. Org

Soul of Money Institute Founder Lynne Twist presents at the Transformational Leadership Conference FOUR YEARS. GO., a global communications campaign Council. WWW.FOURYEARSGO.ORG

EarthSayers Lynn Twist; Dan Wieden
Date unknown Format Advertisment Public Service
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Sustainability and Four Years. Go

FOUR YEARS. GO. is a campaign to change the course of history. The next four years will determine the quality of life on this planet for the next 1,000 years. There is still time to act, but no time to waste. For more information go to http://www.fouryearsgo.org

See also Lynn Twist on a video introducing this campaign also in the EarthSayers.tv collection.

Sustainability, activism and lifestyle

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Making a Difference: by Rick Ridgeway
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Earthsayers.tv: Rick Ridgeway, Vice President of Environmental Programs and Communications, Patagonia was a keynote speaker at the Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference sponsored by The International Ecotourism Society (TIES) held September 8-10 in Portland, Oregon. Mr. Ridgeway was interviewed by Barry Hiedt of Sustainable Action Media (SAM). Rick strongly recommends in this interview that each of us wake up each morning and fix on one discrete point of change where we can make a difference.

EarthSayer Rick Ridgeway
Date unknown Format Interview
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism More Details
One Milliion Shoes -Samaritan's Feete
This video is from a non-profit organization, namely Samaritan's Feet. They are raising 1 Million shoes for poor children who cannot afford to buy their own shoes. Let us continue supporting Samaritan's Feet by visiting www.doingmypart.com.
EarthSayer Ron Hunter
Date unknown Format Appeal
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Stuff, Life and Cybernetics
The Story of Stuff by Annie Leonard is the starting point of a discussion of the linear system that depletes forests, empty lakes, erode the land, abuses atmospher and exploits the poor in third world countries.  The Viable System Model and Management Cybernetics is used to take a hard look at the system that is producing so much waste and resource depletion in order to suggest important change
Date unknown Format Documentary
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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.

They could use your support from both your heart and pocket. Give a little or a lot.


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
Date unknown Format Interview
Length unknown Keywords SustainabilityMember of Special Collection Sustainability in Costa Rica More Details
 

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