1. “Externalities” points out the fallacy of conventional economics - a belief that there are no limits to growth – and makes an emotional appeal to economists to include the biosphere and life itself in their economic models.

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    CREDITS

    FILM:
    The Revolution Is Love by Ian MacKenzie (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRtc-k6dhgs)
    Baraka (1992)
    Home (2009) (Documentary)
    Earth (2009) (Documentary)

    MUSIC:
    Outro by M83 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vi35XQjFV_A)

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  2. An overly-dramatic (or is it?) teaser for a daily comic strip about a guy who's just starting to wake up to the realiteis around him. Daily on http://Facebook.com/SustainableMan

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  3. “We Societies” compares two different kinds of cultures – one based on competition and greed and another based on cooperation and mutual interest.”

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    CREDITS:
    MUSIC: "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" by Tears for Fears

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  4. “Take Back The Land” features environmental activist Vandana Shiva as she discusses the crises of our time and the two most important actions we can take to solve them.

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    CREDITS:
    CLIPS:
    “Home” documentary
    “131 Years of Global Warming in 26 seconds”

    MUSIC:
    Terminator 2 Soundtrack

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  5. “What Is Wrong With Money?” uses humor to expose the inherent ways that the money system privileges the wealthy by design and offers a more equitable alternative.

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