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Why we humans are in denial

This is a short, but extremely important interview. Most people will want to watch it more than once. And the second time listen with a thought to what YOU can do to address the issues discussed here, not what you can do in a political sense but how you can adjust your own life in ways that leave a smaller footprint on this lovely little planet. . . . Become the change that you want to see.

[ Bill Rees // Why We’re in Denial ] from Extraenvironmentalist on Vimeo.

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Reinventing Fire!

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The Earth Is Full!

I think that you will find it very much worth your time to watch this TED talk.

“The crisis is now inevitable. The issue is how will we react.” -Paul Gilding . . . and as he says, what are you going to tell your children you did, once you realized that our current lifestyle is no longer sustainable? What are you doing about it . . . right now?

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2012 And The Mayan Word – a new documentary

If you have any interest at all in Indigenous People, the Maya and their prophecies, or the buzz around the year 2012 . . . not to mention the change of consciousness that is taking place with the Occupy Movement . . . then you owe it to yourself to watch this brilliant film by Melissa Gunasena.

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Peak Oil & $225 Oil by 2012 Predicts CIBC Economist Jeff Rubin

If you are the kind of person who likes to plan for the future, then this talk has some important information for you.

Jeff was one of the first economists to accurately predict soaring oil prices in 2000. At that time, Jeff said that oil prices would hit $50 (U.S.) a barrel within five years. Although other economists balked, time proved him correct. . . . Jeff has been named Canada’s top economist 10 times, and has had 10 number one rankings by international economists, such as in the Brendan Woods annual survey.

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Love or Fear … the choice is yours!

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The People United Cannot Be Divided

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8 Stories Buried By the Corporate Media That You Need to Know About

(Rania Khalek, AlterNet, December 15, 2011)
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1) Our Planet Saw the Largest Increase in Carbon Emissions Since the Industrial Revolution

2) Widespread Trafficking Of Iraqi Women And Girls Thanks To The Iraq War

3) More Iraq Veterans Committed Suicide Last Year Than Active-Duty Troops Died In Combat

4) Drone Strikes Kill Innocent Civilians, Not Just ‘Militants’

5) Record Number Of US Kids Face Hunger and Homelessness

6) Prisoners Are People Too

7) US Deports 46,000 Parents, Kids Left Behind In Foster Care

8) FBI Teaches Agents That Muslims Are Violent Radicals

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Hope for our future

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Something’s Happening Here!

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