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Diversions was honored to host a citizen from Damanhur, a Spiritual Eco Sustainable Community from the Piedmont Alps region of Italy. This afternoon's episode we're going to review some of the information she provided in her seminar this past Wednesday and Thursday evening on Building Sustainable Communities.
On this Show of ReNewable Now, Jed Greenberg and Dante DelGuidice will discuss the Sustainable Communities Initiative at Rhode Island College. You can listen live on 1320warlradio.com or on 1320WARL!
Also, on every Monday at 12 P.M., you can hear the previous week’s broadcast. Looking for older broadcasts? You can find them on www.blogtalkradio.com.
ReNewable Now…educating you on the business side of green!
EVERY WEDNESDAY 8:00PM - 9:00PM (ISH)
TOPIC: The 'real' impact of Sustainable Developemen on local communities, the passage of the Greenway Compact by the Orange County NY Legislature, forgoing individualism in favor of communitarism, and what it means to the private property owner, small businessman, and farmer
Guests: Lynn Teger, Chip Murray, Gordon Shehab, Robert Smith
John Robb, Resilient Communities
I met John in May at the Monterey Sustainable Foods Conference hosted by Seafood Watch. Of all the presenters and amazing people I met, John literally had me from hello. He gets it. He can tell you the difference between sustainability and resiliency and why it matters. What kind of “cred” does he have? Read below and get as excited as I am about this show. From John’s about page: “So, rather than provide you a full list of what I’ve done (an excellent sleep aide), here’s a short summary: Tier 1 counter-terrorism operator and planner (you know, the guys that got Osama); a successful serial entrepreneur (I built companies, products, and hired people); inventor, astronautical engineer, top technology analyst; CEO, CTO, COO; professional pilot, author, officer, Eagle Scout, father, husband, and global traveler. In short? I’ve been there and done that. Fortunately, this broad experience is exactly why I can help you succeed.” This show sponsored by Chapman Tucson.
A look at Southern Arizona organizations dedicated to a healthy future. This series sponsored by Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment.
Chris Schmidt, Interim Director, Native Seeds/ SEARCH
What is Native Seeds/SEARCH and why is its role so critical to food security? What is threatening our food security in the southwest? Chris Schmidt is focused on strengthening and expanding this organization’s critical crop conservation, seed access and outstanding public education programs. As record breaking droughts and the reality of climate change sinks in, this show will provide information as to why this organization’s mission is more critical now then perhaps ever before.
The midterm spotlight this week looks at the Iowa senate race and the Kansas gubernatorial race with senior Political Editor Jim Picht. Market Expert Terry Ponick will explain the stock that is not a stock, Alibababa. Darrin Willhite, a prominent Southern Florida political blogger talks about the NFL Firing Frenzy. Media Expert Gayle Falkenthall talks this falls entertainment lineup.
CommDigiNews Hour Critical Conversation's is a product of Communities Digital News and Blog Talk Radio. Featuring host Lisa Ruth a former Intelligence Analyst for the CIA and Dr. James Picht.
9 am Wednesdays, "The Tufts Get Going!" host Rosanna Tufts
"Sustainable Economy:" How's that "recovery" working for you? Will you ever again be as affluent as you were before the economic collapse of 2008, or was it all based on hot air to begin with? What would a more realistic, neighbors-helping-neighbors economy look like? Do we need to go back to a more tribal-like mindset? Elspeth Odbert, lovingly known as "Grandmother Elspeth," has seen some amazing examples of local resourcefulness on her trips around the country!
Join hosts Michelle Walling and Larry Locken for an exciting discussion of Tesla Technology and Sustainable Living! This show is a roundtable discussion with a some scheduled callers plus open lines for discussion or showcasing various groups and ideas that pertain to free energy and community living for the near future.We will discuss the suppression of Nicola Tesla's technology and how today it would greatly contribute to sustainable living off the grid. Our first guest will be James Stewart from the Facebook Group "1,000,000,000 People that demand Tesla's Papers to be released by the CIA" (https://www.facebook.com/groups/teslarelease/), as well as the Facebook Page "Sustainable Living (https://www.facebook.com/groups/Moneyless.World/). Then we will be joined by Author/Publisher Brad Olsen of CCC Publishing http://www.cccpublishing.com/. We will discuss parts of Brad's book, Future Esoteric: Unseen Realms, specifically related to his article published on In5d.com- "The Quest To Free Up Free Energy". The second half of our show will be for open callers, so get your comments/questions ready!
Drug use has been a terrible epidemic on the streets of our communities, in our childrens' schools, and in our homes. These days there are so many different drugs out there and in the past few years we have seen new drugs come out such as Molly and Synthetic Marijuana.
Today we are going to talk about the effects of drug use on the user and our communities. We'll also talk about ways to tell if someone is using drugs, ways to help them and what we can do to prevent our children from falling victim to drugs.
On Episode 9 of Rockin' Sports, Kevin Wells interviews John Doe from the legendary Los Angeles punk rock band X regarding a new version of X that they are experimenting with. Kevin also speaks to Hank Williams III about his upcoming tour and with Nathen Maxwell from Flogging Molly and The Bunny Gang regarding a new Flogging Molly in the works and the upcoming release of the new Bunny Gang record, Thrive.
Music: Sederra, Masked Intruder, Rancid, The Copyrights, Chaos Delivery Machine, The Bunny Gang, Hank3, and Uke-Hunt and Anti-Flag.
Sharon Weil and James Stark continue their conversation, this time talking about Communities. James views communities to be like ecosystems; dynamic, interdependent, and ever-changing in order to thrive. One of the challenges of any group, be it a village, neighborhood, an organization, or a personal relationship, is to allow for the intrinsic ongoing change that naturally occurs, while at the same time, finding agreement and common purpose. Nature has the best design. Hear how he applies his creative knowing to building healthy communities. www.regenerativedesign.org www.passing4normal.com