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Join us to explore sustainability, ecosystems, the rights of animals and the environment, along with the concept of dwelling. What is the meaning of our human life? Who do we want to be? How can we construct a new philosophical anthropology that leads to a gentler relationship to all others?
As we continue our special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, host June Stoyer and special guest co-host, Tom Theobald are joined by Dutch toxicologist, Dr Henk Tennekes to discuss his latest research, titled, “Impact of Systemic Insecticides on Organisms and Ecosystems” The research examines the negative impacts that systemic insecticides have on organisms, populations and ecosystems. The efficacy of these products in controlling the target pests is assumed and not dealt with here – only the effects on non-target organisms and communities are considered. If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes, Youtube or you can visit our podcast archives at www.theorganicview.com. ©2013 TheOrganicView.com. All Rights Reserved.
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
On Tuesday December 16th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, we are excited to be welcoming Dave Foster, Executive Director of the ACCA, to Natures Talk Show to discuss cave conservation. We will learn some fascinating details of cave ecosystems and groundwater issues. There are amazing animals and plants that have evolved in cave conditions. Created on An Ecological Mandate
ACCA is concerned with all caves, regardless of their mode of origin or location. However, most caves are found in the earth's more water-soluble rocks such as limestone, dolomite, marble and gypsum. The lands in which these types of caves are found are called karst or karstlands.
In karst, there is appreciable groundwater movement through dissolved-out openings in the bedrock; karstlands often have features such as sinkholes, sinking streams, springs, and sometimes caves.
Approximately 20% of the United States is karst. In karst, the surface and the subsurface are intimately connected; cave and groundwater resources cannot be widely used without careful land use of the surface. Simply put, clean caves and karst equal clean water.
Join us for Monster X Radio as we talk Bigfoot with Shelly Covington-Montana of Cryptologic Radio. Shelly describes herself as "just a simple girl from Texas". She loves the wilderness and is always seeking to learn about wildlife and the great mysteries that exist. Shelly has traveled extensively around the U.S. meeting interesting people and learning about different ecosystems. You can listen to Cryptologic Wednesday nights at 7 p.m. Central right here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cryptologic
SUNDAY Nov. 2, 2014 LIVE On Line Radio
NEWS In Review.- News Stories From Jamaica Over The Past Week.
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Main Topic: Special Guest- Ingrid Parchment from C-CAM: Economic Comparison of Alternatives to building a port on Goat Islands: Study
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TEN PATHWAYS FOR TRANSFORMING LEARNING from KnowledgeWorks with Katherine Prince and Jason Swanson. Sounds very Zen, but it is about practical innovative approaches to educating your students and creating a Vibrant Learning Ecosystem.
Forced Vaccinations! Population Extermination! How many American Patriots do we have to lose, before the American people wake-up? For me one is too many. This young Soldier did not make it out of Fort Jackson Basic Combat Training when he die from pneumonia due to the H1N1 flu” swine Flu”
Soldiers are not Lab Rats, they are the most important gift that this country has to give, we ask then to give their life for us but in return we will not fight for them….. Who are the real enemies?
Mustard Gas Tested on Soldiers via Involuntary Gas Chambers
Anticholinesterase nerve agents (VX, sarin, and common organophosphorus (OP) and carbamate pesticides)
Nerve agent antidotes atropine and scopolamine
Nerve agent reactivators (e.g., the common OP antidote 2-PAM chloride)
Psychoactive agents (LSD, PCP, cannabinoids, and BZ)
Who benefit for all of these experiments? Who keep passing law to kill us?
The best way to manufacture an epidemic of a deadly disease is to vaccinate the people. Contagious diseases spread relatively slowly UNLESS – everyone agrees to have the disease injected directly into his or her body – by vaccination. That is the way to “grow” an epidemic rapidly!
Jacques Costeau: “In order to stabilize world population, we must eliminate 350,000 people per day. It is a horrible thing to say, but it is just as bad not to say it.”
David Rockefeller: “The negative impact of population growth on all of our planetary ecosystems is becoming appallingly evident.”
Planned Parenthood Founder, Margaret Sanger: “The most merciful thing that the large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.”
NABU International’s Head of International Species Conservation Dr. Barbara Maas will be our special guest. Dr. Maas and world's marine mammal scientists urge immediate action. Under current protection levels, Maui’s dolphins will become practically extinct by 2030 as a result of fishing.
In a letter to New Zealand’s Prime Minister, the Society for Marine Mammalogy (SMM) urges the government to ban gillnets and trawling in Maui’s dolphin habitat immediately to avoid their extinction. With a membership of some 2,000 scientists from 60 countries, the SMM is the world's largest professional body dedicated to research on marine mammals and the ecosystems that support them. The letter highlights that fishing nets alone kill about nine percent of an estimated population of 55 individuals over one year of age, which will render Maui’s dolphins virtually extinct in less than 20 years.
Barbara took up the position as Head of International Species Conservation for NABU International in 2009. Her current conservation work includes snow leopards in Kyrgyzstan, tigers in India, elephants in Africa, lions in Tanzania’s Serengeti, and Hector’s & Maui’s dolphins in New Zealand.
She was appointed Secretary for the International Buddhist Confederation’s (IBC) Standing Committee on Environment and Conservation in 2013.
On October 30th Dr Barbara Maas and Maui's dolphin expert Dr Liz Slooten from the New Zealand's University of Otago hand over petitions signed by 150,000 concerned people from around the world.
Extinction is forever, once they are gone the species cannot be brought back.
Please sign the petition: http://www.change.org/p/save-maui-s-dolphins-from-extinction
At a time where many of us are playing things safe, there are a few bright lights who stretch out beyond the relative safety of their known surroundings and security blankets. Those who trade familiar and familial ecosystems for new adventures, daring endeavors, and “Wide Open Spaces.” Are you such a person? Wouldn’t you like […]
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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.
Author, Elliot Maynard on the Arcos Cielos Research Center
New Paradigms in Science, Education, Fine Arts, Global Ecology and Human Potential Development
Dr. Elliot Maynard has done extensive field research on tropical marine ecosystems, and on the behavior of coral reef fishes and invertebrates. He studied tropical biology and rainforest ecology at the Organization for Tropical Studies in Costa Rica with renowned global forestry expert, Dr. Leslie Holdridge, and subsequently went on to do pioneering research the field of giant freshwater shrimp aquaculture in Florida and Puerto Rico. In 1980-81 Elliott worked as a Research Scientist at the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, where he played a key role in Project Management, Development of Advanced Aquaculture Systems, and Future Food Resources. In Kuwait he worked with 1200 scientists and technical specialists from around the world.
In 1989, following a decade of pioneering work of giant freshwater shrimp aquaculture in Florida and Puerto Rico, the Mr. & Mrs. turned their attention to Native American Education. Working as Education Specialists for the Hopi Tribe of Arizona. Their efforts resulted in a set of goals and standards for the then new $22 million Hopi Jr./Sr. High School, as well as a unique Hopi Cultural Curriculum which integrated Hopi and conventional western worldviews into the existing educational system. During this time-period Elliott began developing a futuristic educational system called The University of the Future Project®
Dr. Maynard is the author of:
Transforming the Global Biosphere: Twelve Futuristic Strategies &
Life Management 3000: Success & Survival in the Third Millennium
Learn more at: http://www.arcoscielos.com
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