1. Climate Change DO THE MATH!


    from Scientia Productions / Added

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    A brief preview of our education work communicating (1) recent climate change impacts on humanity, and (2) a comparison of the cost of addressing climate change as defined in the Stern report compared to the costs we currently incur every year to continue using fossil fuels.

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    • The Future of Economics - A Perspective from The Zeitgeist Movement


      from Ben McLeish / Added

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      Lecture on commodity, receipt and fractional (and by extension fiat) money by Ben McLeish of the Zeitgeist Movement. Covers automation, resource based economy, employment, technological unemployment, fractional reserve banking, and the media in the monetary system. Recorded at a meeting with the UK arm of Humanity Plus (H+) in Birkbeck College, London.

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      • Funny Violent Poitical Spoof - President of the Future


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        Cheney's dominance of the galaxy is predestined. Bear witness to his power and grace. Cheney is .......... President of the Future! President Bush. Vice President Cheney. Political satire. New funny cartoon/animation and sci fi humor. http://www.TheNursery.tv

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        • Jessica and Olivia Documentary Promo


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          We will be starting our journey on August 2nd and ask you to join us (in your cities and on the web) as we travel the country in a waste veggie grease fueled old Mercedes to film a documentary across an estimated thirty three states. Yes, our exhaust will smell like donuts and freedom fries. We will be camping in the woods, couch surfing in cities and hanging out on reservations. I expect we will be on the road two months. Maybe more. This is only our second serious road trip, and our first filming in digital HD and I am learning Final Cut as we go. We welcome feedback and any insight you have to share! Should be an adventure. www.jessicaandolivia.com

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          • Bubble story


            from Denis van Waerebeke / Added

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            To prevent an economic disaster in 2008, world states spent 2,000 billion dollars to save a number of banks from bankruptcy. How did this bankers’ problem turn into a state-level problem - that is, into OUR problem ? a short film by Denis van Waerebeke /// written with David Duhamel graphic design : Denis van Waerebeke, Elsa Pochat 3D & post-production : Purple productions, Dominique Pochat animation : Simon Moreau, Olivier Clert /// render, lighting & co : Candice Clément, Benjamin Faure sound design : Ruelgo /// voice : Claire lise /// © Quark 2011

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            • Umair Haque @ Daytona Sessions vol. 2 - Constructive Capitalism


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              February 12, 2009, Stockholm

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              • [ Charles Eisenstein // Living Without Economic Growth ]


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                For more: https://www.facebook.com/extraenvironmentalist and http://www.extraenvironmentalist.com Charles Eisenstein talks about lower rates of economic growth across the planet. As economic growth stalled in 2012, will 2013 be the year we learn to live without economic growth? In this video Charles covers his observations from travelling around austerity stricken Europe and the need to detach our notion of progress from material acquisition. We'll be releasing a second video with Charles in 2013 where he talks about the systemic change needed in the global money system and debt forgiveness. Check out our other videos to learn more about the end of economic growth.

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                • Holistic Eco-Nomics


                  from Fraser Durham / Added

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                  A short film about the interconnected issues of money, growth, poverty and climate change.

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                  • The Price of Immigration


                    from Bread for the World / Added

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                    Jose likes soccer. He likes his car. And he loves his family, which is why he left Mexico for the United States when he was 17, started working, and now sends about 20 percent of his pay to support them in Mexico. Like many of the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States, Jose came here for opportunities that don't exist at home. “We’re not criminals,” said Jose, which is not his real name. “We just come here to seek a better life.” Indeed, economic necessity is the reason people risk their lives to work in the United States. And contrary to rhetoric that immigrants steal American jobs and drive down wages, research shows that immigrant labor is a necessity to the U.S. economy: - The Arizona economy would shrink by $48.8 billion, or 20 percent, if all undocumented workers left the state (Immigration Policy Center, March 2011) - Immigration improves employment, productivity and income but needs adjustments that respond to the economic cycle (Migration Policy Institute, June 2010) - Hispanic immigrants contributed $9.2 billion to the North Carolina economy in 2006 and created 89,000 spinoff jobs (UNC-Chapel Hill's Kenan Flagler Business School, Jan. 2006) ++++++++++ Photography and Videography: Laura Elizabeth Pohl Multimedia Production and Additional Video: Brad Horn Additional Audio: Molly Marsh Interviews and Translation: Ivone Guillen Graphics: Hilary Kay Doran Music: Scabeater, Giorgio Boffa, Sambodhi Prem

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                    • Money as Debt


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                      A look at the Fractional Reserve Banking System

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