Ambassador Anwurl Chowdhury comments on Global Healing & Global Oneness
Humanity is ending its Goldlilocks geological eraLast Updated on 2015-01-29 15:06:36In the space of one lifetime, human interference is bringing the conditions of the Holocene - the only ones in which we know we can flourish - to an end, writes Geoffrey Lean.
It has been a Goldilocks geological era. The last 11,700 years have not been too hot, or too cold, too wet or too dry and have witnessed an earth well provided with freshwater and a great array of biomes and life. They have provided almost a planetary ceasefire after a long history of abrupt swings between very much more hostile hot and cold conditions.
So it is not surprising that it has been in the Holocene (the term comes from the Greek words for "whole" and "new") that human civilisation was born, grew and spread. We entered it as a few hunter-gatherers, but have now grown so dominant that scientists believe that we are ourselves bringing the Goldilocks era to an end, with unknown –... More »
Proper EducationLast Updated on 2014-11-15 17:33:30
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Cheryl Charles / TEDXLast Updated on 2014-09-16 16:37:43
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Cheryl Charles TEDx Crescent School June 20, 2014
Cheryl Charles is an innovator, entrepreneur, educator, author and organizational executive. Cheryl is Co-Founder and Principal of Hawksong Associates, a consulting firm focused on organizational development and diffusion of innovation. She is also Co-Founder, President and CEO Emerita of the Children & Nature Network, a non-profit organization she and Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder, founded with others in 2006, dedicated to building a worldwide movement to re-connect children and nature.
Cheryl has worked internationally since the 1970s; beginning with teacher education she later was instrumental in bringing the innovative interdisciplinary environment education curricula,... More »
Kalimantan Cry for PreservationLast Updated on 2014-07-08 11:28:15Message from producer of video David Metcalf
"This is a Video of my photographs and a song by John Denver ( RIP) a very passionate environmentalist who was very dedicated to saving the wild places throughout the last 20 years before he died. I dedicate this to the Dayak people of Borneo and this beautiful Island in which they live."
Editor Note: Song by John Denver is titled Amazon
Share the LandLast Updated on 2014-02-19 13:28:55
An important song about sharing and humanities, by the wonderful band, the Guess Who. 1970
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