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Join Josh Patrick and his guests Scott Hamilton, Tom Deans and John Mill. We're going to talk about discussions our family needs to have, why families fall apart and a different way of leaving your business. Scott is an expert in estate and wealth transfer. Tom is a best selling author and he'll discuss his new book Willing Wisdom. John is going to help us think about a different way of leaving your business by hiring your buyer. You're sure to get tons of great take home value from this episode.
Most people view sustainability as just another environmental project. Yet the new Sustainable Jersey for Schools is much more than a “green” program. Being “green” is just one of several aspects of the Sustainable Jersey programs. The other benefits look at saving dollars and improving educational outcomes, as well as improving the health of both our students and our staff. Please join host Ray Pinney as he discuss the benefits and practicalities of this program with Scott McCartney, Superintendent of the Egg Harbor Township School District; Donna Drewes, Co-Director of Sustainable Jersey; and Heather McCall, Sustainable Jersey for Schools Program Director.
This week we'll be looking at sustainability with H. Joseph Menton. Joseph grew up on a farm in the Midwest and has been working in diverse arenas of health, as well as coaching organic business innovators in one of the "seats of organic culture" in the Western US. He is an expert in this field and a management consultant. Sustainability is an area of lifelong interest, research and passion for Joseph. He is also a long term student of The Urantia Book.
Today, the term “sustainability” is an oft-used buzzword across a wide spectrum of human industry and endeavor as both a measuring stick of current practices as well as a motivating influence in both design and engineering.
It has been said that healthy ecosystems and environments are necessary to the survival of humans and other organisms. In ecology, sustainability refers to how biological systems remain diverse and productive. In more general terms, sustainability is the endurance of systems and processes.
80 years ago The Urantia Book stated this: And now is industry supplementing agriculture, with consequently increased urbanization and multiplication of nonagricultural groups of citizenship classes. But an industrial era cannot hope to survive if its leaders fail to recognize that even the highest social developments must ever rest upon a sound agricultural basis. (68:5.13)
Please join us as we examine the definitions of sustainability and see how a purported revelation of truth, like the Urantia Book, may comment, cross-reference or enhance those definitions, perhaps providing valuable insight into discovering novel directions of inquiry.
Law enforcement around the country has been transformed into agents of tyranny whose actions are 'above the law'. We look at Ferguson, the Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Camden County Sheriff's office...
A CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER
There is a new threat to families across Missouri, brought to you by DESE, MSBA and the law firm of Mickes, Goldman and O'Toole. All students and parents are targets of this loaded gun...
THE CITIZENS OF CARE
We look at the need for citizen oversight and the Lake community's efforts to ensure that ethical responsibility to the people is a guiding force for government officials...
All this and much more...
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Rebecca Pearce is responsible for driving the sustainability agenda in the EMEA region for CBRE, the worlds largest property services company. Rebecca leads sustainability strategy development and implementation, aligning their specialist teams across the region and embedding sustainability across the business to support clients throughout the property lifecycle. Rebecca works across all CBRE teams to create practical sustainability strategies for their clients to add value to their portfolio and their business. She also oversees the company’s regional corporate responsibility policy and commitments to environmental sustainability.
Rebecca is a qualified Architect, educated in Australia and UK, and has considerable international experience in the construction and property sector. She joined CBRE EMEA after 3.5 years in CBRE’s Pacific region where she established and headed up client sustainability services, and drove many of the company’s corporate commitments. Under her direction, CBRE New Zealand was awarded “Sustainability Initiative of the Year” at the RICS New Zealand Awards 2012.
Her previous roles include:
2 years in the Middle East working with Sustainability Advisory Group
co-leadership of Westpac Banking Corporation’s Sustainability Strategy
Director of a medium sized Architecture practice in UK and subsequent leadership roles in architecture in Australia
In 2012 Rebecca was recognized with the Baulderstone Award for Contribution to Sustainability by the National Association of Women in Construction (Australia).
Rebecca is married and lives with her husband in London.
Today Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes Dr. Richard Oppenlander author of Food Choice and Sustainability and Comfortably Unaware: Global Depletion and Food Choice Responsibility. We’ll discuss responsible food choices and how these choices impact our environment! Dr. Richard Oppenlander is a sustainability consultant, researcher, and author whose award winning book, Comfortably Unaware has been endorsed by Ellen DeGeneres, Dr. Jane Goodall, and Dr. Neal Barnard. Dr. Oppenlander's newest book titled, Food Choice and Sustainability: Why Buying Local, Eating Less Meat, and Taking Baby Steps Won’t Work, has won the 2014 International Book Award and the 2014 Green Book Festival Award. Dr. Oppenlander is a lecturer on food choice and how it relates to sustainability and served as the lead consultant for two new full-length environmental documentary films. He also serves as an advisor to world hunger projects in developing countries and with municipalities in the U.S. Dr. Oppenlander has spent the past 40 years studying the effects food choices have on our planet and on us. He started an organic plant based food company, operates an animal rescue sanctuary (with his wife Jill), and is the founder of the non-profit organization, Inspire Awareness Now.
Following up on our interview with Professor John Ikerd last Wednesday the 17th. We will recap some of the ideas we discussed. We talked about the possibility of an 'economics of diversity'. Economics that more closely imitates Nature and its natural systems.
RISE OF THE AMERICAN GESTAPO
From Ferguson to the Lake to Kansas City, the impacts of the transformation of police departments have left a trail of victims behind. Is there any way to stop this trend? We look at 'warrior cops' and their role in the New Republic...
Quotas tied to financial deals have led to a rise in arrests at the Lake of the Ozarks and across Missouri. What does this have to do with finding #justiceforbrandonellingson?
The new trend in child kidnapping through the use of medical diagnosis was brought to light in the Justina Pelletier case in Massachusetts. This practice has now come to Missouri. We look at the case of Jaxon, a boy with autism who has been kidnapped by the state...
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Archangel Michael joins us in this post-Lake Tahoe and post-West Coast Express program to discuss the Company of Heaven's desire that lightworkers come together and begin the work of building community, first among lightworkers themselves and later around the world. He confirms that there is a Reval, even though we've waited long, and that it's coming fairly soon. We know that ISIS has to be neutralized as a threat and other groups like Al Qaeda and the Ukrainian nationalists. Otherwise they would corral the money and use it to buy weapons. He discusses the situation of the homeless and those who are simply hanging on by their fingertips. He also discusses the case of lightworkers isolated and operating alone in their communities, and how to create, share and ensure sustainability.
Linda Dillon channels Archangel Michael and other guests from the Council of Love to provide spiritual teachings and guidance on co-creating the New Earth. Interviewed by Steve Beckow, editor of the Golden Age of Gaia. Produced by Graham Dewyea.
Music: Pachelbel's Canon and Mike Roland - Son of the Light
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Invasion of the Child Snatchers: #COMMONCORE #HB1490 #MSBA
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CARE-less: A citizens advocacy group has reached out to the Camden County Sheriff and Prosecuting Attorney to build a better rapport with the community. The answer they have received.......
The silence of denial.
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