From : 2 October (Mohandas K. Gandhi’s birth anniversary)
Until : 16 October (World Food Day)
A global call for action to stand up for our diverse & free food heritage.
Click here to watch a video message from Vandana Shiva, and take action!
“Our seeds and food are vital to life. We cannot afford to allow the destruction of the planet and our health to continue. We cannot allow seed slavery and food dictatorship to continue. We must take back our seeds, our food, our freedom.”
– Vandana Shiva
The newest video from The Story of Stuff Project, “The Story of Solutions, explores how we can move our economy in a more sustainable and just direction, starting with orienting ourselves toward a new goal.” Here at Media for Peacebuilding, we are all about transformative solutions for a better world!
Watch this documentary on greening deserts by documentary filmmaker and ecologist, John D. Liu.
Visit Liu’s interactive storytelling website here: www.whatifwechange.org
In gratitude for all those who fight daily and sometimes die to protect life on our planet. Click here to watch this powerful video.
Watch this video interview with Will Allen, an urban farmer who has managed to produce ONE MILLION POUNDS of organic food in just 3 acres.
A beautiful film about our home, Planet Earth. We highlight this as an example of Media for Peacebuilding, because of its focus on solutions at the end of the film, rather than ending on a note of hopelessness or anger. We are all bogged down daily with negativity. It is time for SOLUTIONS, the COURAGE to suggest them, and the VISION to seek them out.
At a time when the mainstream media is having trouble wrapping their heads around the Occupy Movement, here is one of the best videos I have seen about the spirit behind Occupy Everywhere.
The newest video from the Story of Stuff Project, “The Story of Broke calls for a shift in government spending toward investments in clean, green solutions—renewable energy, safer chemicals and materials, zero waste and more—that can deliver jobs AND a healthier environment. It’s time to rebuild the American Dream; but this time, let’s build it better.”
“Safecast is a global sensor network for collecting and sharing radiation measurements to empower people with data about their environment.”
Click here to visit the website.
Click here to watch Peak Moment’s Janaia Donaldson’s interview with Chris Martenson. “The next twenty years will be totally unlike the last twenty… Well face the greatest economic and physical challenges ever seen by our country, if not humanity. So opens Chris Martenson’s much-viewed online Crash Course illuminating the relationship between economy, energy and the environment.”
Chris Martenson’s Crash Course available here