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The Living Universe Part 1 of 2 by Duane Elgin
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Duane Elgin, visionary, speaker, educator and author of numerous books, including the best selling "Voluntary Simplicity," dropped by the offices of Global MindShift to be interviewed by Richard Rathbun, president and CEO of the Foundation for Global Community. Mr. Elgin talks about his new book: "The Living Universe."

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EarthSayers Duane Elgin; Richard Rathbun
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Use of the Term Sustainability - Larry Merculieff
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Excerpt of an interview with Larry Merculieff (Aleut) from the Native Perspectives on Sustainability project (www.nativeperspectives.net). Merculieff critiques the use and meaning of the term "sustainability," and he speaks to the potential for human beings to draw upon our inherent intelligence to live in alignment with all of creation.

EarthSayers David Hall, Ph.D.; Larry Merculieff
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Our Language is a Gift by Shawn Yanity (Stillaguamish)
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Excerpt of an interview with Shawn Yanity (Stillaguamish) from the Native Perspectives on Sustainability project. Yanity speaks to the Stillaguamish view that language is a sacred gift that should be used to uplift others. He contrasts that view with the "mud-slinging" of modern politics. Visit www.nativeperspectives.net for complete transcript of interview.

EarthSayers David Hall, Ph.D.; Shawn Yanity
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Cultural Sustainability by Nichole Maher (Tlingit)
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Excerpt of an interview with Nichole Maher (Tlingit) from the Native Perspectives on Sustainability project  Maher discusses the idea of cultural sustainability in terms of focusing on preserving the strengths and gifts of indigenous cultures and instilling youth with a sense of responsibility and belonging. See http://www.nativeperspectives.net 

EarthSayers David Hall, Ph.D.; Nichole Maher
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When Languages Die
MarkMolaro November 25, 2007Informative conversation with K. David Harrison, assistant professor of linguistics at Swarthmore College near Philadelphia and the author of the new book "When Languages Die: The Extinction of the World's Languages and the Erosion of Human Knowledge". He is the Director of Research at the Living Tongues Institute and was recently featured in the documentary called "The Linguists" which followed hands-on linguistic field work in countries around the world. In this fascinating interview, Harrison discusses the critical importance of the world's many threatened languages and the vital knowledge that each language uniquely packages and holds for all of us. Harrison also discusses the need for more trained linguistic personnel to go out into some of the remotest parts of the world to document these nearly extinct languages before they are lost to humanity forever.
EarthSayers K. David Harrison; Mark Molaro
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Exxon Valdez 20 years later - Part 3 of 3
golefttv March 26, 2009Its been 20 years since the Exxon Valdez oil tanker spilled into the Prince William Sound, and dumped almost 11 million gallons of oil into the water. But even after two decades of trials and environmental cleanup, conditions are still dismal for the residents who have been trying to get justice. And to make things even worse, we still don't have a full understanding of what really happened when the tanker hit the reef. And that's where our good friend Greg Palast comes in. Greg has been covering this story since the start, and it was the lack of real investigations and inquiries into this disaster that kickstarted his career in journalism. Ring of Fire's Mike Papantonio talks with Palast about the true history of the Exxon Valdez.
EarthSayers Greg Palast; Mike Papantonio
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Exxon Valdez - 20 years later, Part 2 of 2
golefttv March 26, 2009Its been 20 years since the Exxon Valdez oil tanker spilled into the Prince William Sound, and dumped almost 11 million gallons of oil into the water. But even after two decades of trials and environmental cleanup, conditions are still dismal for the residents who have been trying to get justice. And to make things even worse, we still don't have a full understanding of what really happened when the tanker hit the reef. And that's where our good friend Greg Palast comes in. Greg has been covering this story since the start, and it was the lack of real investigations and inquiries into this disaster that kickstarted his career in journalism. Ring of Fire's Mike Papantonio talks with Palast about the true history of the Exxon Valdez.

EarthSayers Greg Palast; Mike Papantonio
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Exxon Valdez - 20 Years Later, Greg Palast
Static Previewgolefttv March 26, 2009Its been 20 years since the Exxon Valdez oil tanker spilled into the Prince William Sound, and dumped almost 11 million gallons of oil into the water. But even after two decades of trials and environmental cleanup, conditions are still dismal for the residents who have been trying to get justice. And to make things even worse, we still don't have a full understanding of what really happened when the tanker hit the reef. And that's where our good friend and investigative reporter, Greg Palast comes in. Greg has been covering this story since the start, and it was the lack of real investigations and inquiries into this disaster that kickstarted his career in journalism. Ring of Fire's Mike Papantonio talks with Palast about the true history of the Exxon Valdez.
EarthSayers Greg Palast; Mike Papantonio
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Holding News and Power Accountable

Journalist Amy Goodman of Democracy Now talks about her new book, Breaking the Sound Barrier, and the importance of media  "holding news and power accountable."

EarthSayer Amy Goodman
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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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