The People’s Climate March on Sunday, September 21 was beyond awesome - young and old, all the diverse groups from many different perspectives to put pressure on the world leaders to take action - such as anti-fracking, the military and climate, stopping fossil fuel subsidies, putting a tax on carbon, etc. On Monday, September 22, there were thousands of protestors at Flooding Wall Street shutting down traffic in front of the New York Stock Exchange.
It is my hope that this largest environmental march in history in NYC will be a spark for a much bigger global climate movement that will put millions on the streets to demand action on the climate. What’s at stake is a livable planet for future generations.
For info on the Ecology & Justice Delegation for Lima, Peru at the United Nations Climate Summit. December 3-13, 2014: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-540-8336, ext. 3
Bernie Stephan gives his farewell to KWMR's Post Carbon Radio Show after 6+ informative years, about our planet's perils, from the hundred or so distinguished guests we interviewed.
Deep gratitude to Bernie for the six fruitful years of working together to produce informative radio to raise consciousness and awareness on the issues of the day. - Bing
Reclaiming the Wild Soul: How Earth Landscapes Restore Us to Wholeness - Interview with author Mary Reynolds Thompson http://maryreynoldsthompson.com
Techno-Utopianism & the Fate of the Earth - a 2-day teach-in in NYC in October 25-26 with organizer, Jerry Mander
45 LEADING SCHOLARS, AUTHORS AND ACTIVISTS will convene at The Great Hall of Cooper Union, New York City, for a public “TEACH-IN” on the profound impacts—environmental, economic and social—of runaway technological expansion; the tendency to see technology as the savior for all problems. A change of direction is required, returning the fate of nature to the center of economic and social decision making.
A conversation with Courtney White, founder of Quivira Coalition in New Mexico, author of Grass, Soil, Hope: A Journey through Carbon Country, and John Wick, co-founder of the Marin Carbon Project. We discuss the importance of the carbon cycle, various solutions to our environmental problems, and the emergence of new agrarian movement with more young farmers.
A discussion of Conscious Elderhood with David “Lucky” Goff and Alexandra Hart, co-founders of the Transition Sebastopol Elder Salon, and James Stark, co-founder of Commonweal Garden in Bolinas.
We discuss their new book, The Age of Actualization: A Handbook for Growing Elder Community. It is based on their experiences of creating and running the Transition Sebastopol Elders Salon, formed in 2010. They also co-host a monthly radio program called "Growing an Elder Culture." David has a psychotherapy practice and is also the author of “EMBRACING LIFE: Toward a Psychology of Interdependence. It is Alexandra's expectation that if enough of this new generation of older people can attain Elderhood (vs. merely aging), their gifts of perspective and collective wisdom could guide humanity to a new understanding of the possibilities of a well-developed and mature population.
DAVID "LUCKY" GOFF had a brain aneurism in 2003. As a result of his stroke and the onset of a rare brain syndrome, he nearly died and ended up permanently disabled. This experience had a transformational effect on David, which made him "Lucky," and cued him into how radically connected all things are.
FaceBook: EON - the Ecological Options Network
Restart Ruling may set precedent, Abe’s push to restart
Re-militarization – Abe, Obama
Radioactive Soil – impossibility of ‘cleanup’
Increasing hyperthyroidism in kids
Leak in Unit 5 fuel pool
Implied deterrent – plutonium stockpile
Women of Fukushima – EON correspondent Umi Hagitani
CA CCR bill 2145 – utilities’ attempt to kill community choice energy
Hanford – Fukushima-on-the-Columbia
WIPP – new releases, still no certainty re:cause, back-up of waste program
EPA proposal to raise ‘safety’ standards 350x – “good for profits and health”
Nuclear ‘Posture’ Review – first strike doctrine, ‘Life Extension Program’, new nuke sub fleet
Reactors as ‘terrorist weapons in place’ – case of Ukraine
Harvey Wasserman on Nuclear History - 17:50
Nuclear energy/waste/weapons connection
Conversation with Michael Tobias, ecologist, author, filmmaker, and president of the Dancing Star Foundation focused on international biodiversity conservationglobal environmental education, and animal protection.
Also joining Bernie and Bing is John Littleton, West Marin resident holding master's degrees in both Education and Cultural Anthropology. Upon retiring after 40 years of Montessori and public school teaching, he has continued to follow his passion for environmental studies and indigenous cultures.
A thought-provoking conversation about Hope on Earth: A Conversation with Paul Ehrlich & Michael Tobias on the most pressing environmental concerns of the moment and the myriad options and complications involved in solving them.
Nuclear news updates with Mary Beth Brangan & Jim Heddle of the Ecological Options Network EON3.org: Interview bites of California’s Diablo Canyon and San Onofre reactor communities, and an update on citizen efforts to monitor the impact of ongoing Fukushima radioactive emissions on the US west coast.
Links to their blog: eon3EMFblog.net and PlanetarianPerspectives.net and their extensive video reporting at YouTube.com/eon3
They're currently at work on a forthcoming documentary entitled SHUTDOWN: The California-Fukushima Connection. You can find more about that project at SHUTDOWNdoc.tv.
Interview with Jim Schultz, Executive Director of Democracy Center, who lives in Cochabama, Bolivia, and Victor Menotti, Executive Director of International Forum on Globalization, on strategic climate activism and keeping up the fight.