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Eco Evolution – Michael Gosney
31 minutes | 8 years ago
Eco Evolution – Geoengineering: The Ongoing, Methodical Destruction of the Biosphere
With Dane Wigington of GeoEngineering Watch (http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/) Weather modification has been going on for decades, without the knowledge, not to mention consent of the global population. In this info-intense exchange, Dane Wigington of GeoEngineeringWatch.org (http://GeoEngineeringWatch.org) conveys the shocking reality of constant worldwide toxification of the biosphere and manipulation of weather patterns via chemtrails (1000 planes flying daily) and ionospheric heaters (the HAARP facility in Alaska is only one of many). Whereas Eco-Evolution is mostly focused on the brave and pioneering work people and organizations are doing to facilitate our shift to sustainability, this program addresses an unrecognized major factor in global warming, and an astounding violation of human rights, ecological ethics and international laws. A growing body of data suggests that partnerships between national governments, military forces, military contractors such as Raytheon, major universities and corporate profiteers are carrying out an ongoing, devastating assault on humanity and our planet. Our environmental groups, health organizations, academics, churches and human rights groups have so far been largely unaware of this tragedy, by design. The mass media and weather reporting systems have been influenced by the forces behind this practice, to hide it from the pubic. The work of researchers such as Dane and films such as Why In the World are They Spraying (http://www.whyintheworldaretheyspraying.com/) is bringing this most disturbing story of the modern era to light. It is a story that must be changed, and soon.
39 minutes | 8 years ago
Eco Evolution – Reclaiming the Water Commons: Moving Beyond Bottled Water, With Michael Davis, CEO of U.S. Pure Water
This conversation explores the essential resource of water and the growing movement to radically reduce our use of bottled water – as individuals, companies, restaurants and governments. Guest Michael Davis is a water expert, activist and entrepreneur. His U.S. Pure Water Corporation (http://www.uspw.net)is a mission driven full spectrum water treatment service company in Northern California that saved the City and County of San Francisco over $1 million by converting their offices from bottled water and standard water coolers to bottleless water coolers. The discussion also touches on broader developments in water conservation and the need for this basic human need to be made available to all global citizens through the process of “reclaiming the water commons,” and groups who are working toward this end including the Plastic Pollution Coalition (http://www.plasticpollutioncoalition.org), Food and Water Watch and the Blue Planet Project.
32 minutes | 8 years ago
Eco Evolution – Green Architecture: Transforming the Built Environment
With Jerry Tierney, Architect Sustainably designed buildings and cities involve more than better solar panels and the use of recycled materials, as this conversation with green architect Gerry Tierney reveals. The trend toward green building in major cities across the country and world is becoming less a movement than the norm. There are many ways to design environments and, importantly, lifestyles that contribute to the sustainability equation, while also saving money and improving health. From mandated green Federal and State buildings, to sustainably renovated military bases, to growing numbers of infill projects in urban regions transforming industrial “brownfields” into certified green buildings, the change is well underway. Tierney, who is with the acclaimed international architecture group Perkins + Will, is the lead designer of a recent project in Oakland, California: a 55-unit low income housing complex that has a LEED Platinum (https://new.usgbc.org/leed/rating-systems)rating from the U.S. Green Building council, the highest designation given for “Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.” His description of this trail-blazing project, and the “transformational design” philosophy that guided its development, offers numerous insights into the many dimensions required to address true sustainability in our homes, communities, “eco-districts” and bioregions. Given the range of major green projects developed by Perkins + Will (http://www.perkinswill.com/purpose/sustainability.html)and his own experience as an architect, Tierney’s observations on the broader reality of greening the built environment are highly informative.
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