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In this episode we describe how sustainability is presented to the students on college campuses and the k-12 system. We show you how the homeschoolers willa lso be affected. Professor Bader Qarmout discusses assebly bill A3875 offered by Senator Anthony Bucco and how that can help. Also joining us is commissioner Richard Rothschild (Carroll County MD-4) who explains how you can stop this in your community. Guests on Women of "Another View" Professor Bader Qarmout (Sociology at CCM), and Commissoner Richard Rothschid-Carroll y MD.
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Are you using these words? AGENDA 21's Initiatives contain several key words and phases that are pretty common in our every day vernacular...some aren't.
You can look at these two ways, I guess. Beware of how and when they are used, in order to alert you to the dangerous propaganda "they" are spreading to gain world domination and control, or...
Use them to empower you and your family in order to keep control and stability within your own community. Perhaps use them to create a niche market, a new business, and start a non-profit organization.
The list of words will be explored and explained, as your Sustainability Host, Mr. Wayne, once again speaks his mind in order to educate, empower and encourage everyone to be more personally responsible.
Find the list on the SNN website.
Seandra became the Diversity & Community Partnerships Manager for the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy in December 2009. She leads the development and implementation of strategies to increase awareness and community advocacy from non-traditional communities in the southeast for climate and clean energy policies. As the Chair of SACE’s Diversity Committee, Seandra also directs our internal diversity initiatives to deepen our commitment as an organization to diversity and inclusion. Seandra was raised in Georgia and went earned her degree in Political Science from Spelman College. Prior to joining SACE, Seandra worked with the Georgia Sierra Club and with Service Employee's International Union.
Summer Feature Fridays is brought to you by Cox Enterprises. Cox Conserves is the company’s national sustainability program that focuses on reducing waste and energy consumption, as well as conserving water
Jonathon Porritt, Co-Founder of Forum for the Future, is an eminent writer, broadcaster and commentator on sustainable development. Established in 1996, Forum for the Future is now the UK’s leading sustainable development charity, with 70 staff and over 100 partner organisations, including some of the world’s leading companies. The Forum has a growing presence in the United States, and is doing more and more work in India, Hong Kong and Malaysia.
In addition, he is Co-Director of The Prince of Wales's Business and Sustainability Programme which runs Seminars for senior executives around the world. He is a Non-Executive of Willmott Dixon Holdings, a Trustee of the Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy, and is involved in the work of many NGOs and charities as Patron, Chair or Special Adviser.
He was formerly Director of Friends of the Earth (1984-90); co-chair of the Green Party (1980-83) of which he is still a member; chairman of UNED-UK (1993-96); chairman of Sustainability South West, the South West Round Table for Sustainable Development (1999-2001); a Trustee of WWF UK (1991-2005), a member of the Board of the South West Regional Development Agency (1999-2008).
Jonathon was installed as the Chancellor of Keele University in February 2012. He is also Visiting Professor at Loughborough University.
His latest books are Capitalism As If The World Matters (Earthscan, revised 2007), Globalism & Regionalism (Black Dog 2008) and Living Within Our Means (Forum for the Future 2009). His latest book, ‘The World We Made’ - an upbeat vision of our sustainable world in 2050, was published in October 2013.
Jonathon received a CBE in January 2000 for services to environmental protection.
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This Show is Hosted By Ethan The Farmer and is devoted to discussing all things related to:
GMO's (Genetically Modified Organisims Homesteading Urban Agriculture Sustainability Off the Grid Food Independence Energy Independence Aquaponics Gardening Perma Culture Monsanto Family Farms Natural Agriculture and more! Call in and discuss these topics LIVE on the Air! We would Love to hear your take on these issues...
Sue Hirsch, Owner of her own massage business for over 13 years interviews yet another wonderous mover and shaker of Sonoma/Marin County to reveal uncommon knowledge.
Today, hear from:
Dr. Carrie Wicks, Ph.D., ATR
Art Psychotherapist • Family, Sport & Education Consultant
For some info. on her group: Buddha Mamas, click this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcaUNr6RczM
Great conversation today with host Michael and Douglas from The Farm. The Farm is located on 6 square miles in south central Tennessee, The Farm is home to approximately 200 persons today. Founded in 1971 with a spiritual commitment to simple living and self-reliance, The Farm has pioneered a wide range of social and physical technologies appropriate to low-cost, high satisfaction community living.
The community offers examples of right livelihood cottage industries, solar building design, permaculture micro-enterprise, mushroom cultivation, composting and gardening, and regenerative hardwood forest management.
Born and raised in Virginia, Tara has lived in Brooklyn for many years and considers New York City as her “base” for exploration. With a BA in Human Impacts on Ecosystems from the University of Virginia and a MA in Climate and Society from Columbia University, Tara’s formal education has focused on issues of sustainable development, society, and the environment.
Tara founded the Human Impacts Institute in 2010, seeing a need for creative approaches to sustainability and global coalition building. Previously, Tara worked for 9 years as Director of Environmental Education and as Program Director for a NYC community-based organization--developing opportunities for inner-city youth to learn about, and develop responsibility for, their local environment. She has also served as a global representative of All Gore’s ClimateRealityProject since 2006, presenting to thousands of people about climate change. Tara is also an adjunct professor of Environmental Studies, Policy, Sustainable Development and Visual Arts the New School (NYC) and Webster University, Leiden (Leiden, Netherlands), and a guest lecturer at Columbia University (NYC).
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