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Mitchell Rabin Interviews NASA Scientist on Halophytes: The Future’s Food Source

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Today Mitchell explores the subject of saltwater plants as the planet’s future food source.  From the view of personal and planetary health, intelligent use of natural resources and sustainability, this is a critical step society needs to take more robustly to secure efficient food security for 7 billion + people.

To discuss this is expert Dennis M. Bushnell.  Dennis is a NASA scientist and lecturer. As chief scientist at NASA Langley Research Center, he is responsible for technical oversight and advanced program formulation. His work is focused mainly on new approaches to environmental issues, in particular to climate issues. Bushnell has received numerous awards for his work. Bushnell has promoted research at NASA into LENR (low energy nuclear reactions, or cold fusion).

Bushnell obtained his M.E. degree from the University of Connecticut in 1963 and his M.S. degree from the University of Virginia in 1967, both in the field of Mechanical Engineering.

Mitchell Rabin is the Founder, President and CEO of A Better World Foundation & Media, with a background in psychology  stress management, acupuncture and social entrepreneurship. He is a counselor, and executive coach, eachl as a means of educating and inspiring clients and students alike to lead others by modeling humane, eco-sensitive and integrity-based values.  He has been a consultant to business leaders and CEOs of green and health-oriented start-ups over the past  25 years. He is an impassioned environmentalist and social entrepreneur using media & business as agents for change. www.abetterworld.tv    www.mitchellrabin.com

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