1. A Taste of TED (2010) highlights reel

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    TED recaps 2010 — an amazing year of talks from three conferences, a bunch of smaller TED events, and a powerful year of TEDx. Featuring (in order of appearance): The LXD, Chris Anderson, Julian Assange, Bill Gates, Chip Conley, Naomi Klein, John Underkoffler, Marcel Dicke, Van Jones, Deborah Rhodes, Rufus Griscom and Alisa Volkman, Brian Cox, Diane Laufenberg, Clay Shirky, Hillary Clinton, Craig Venter, Laurie Santos, Raghava KK, Jamie Oliver, Hans Rosling, Miwa Matreyek, Rory Sutherland, John Kasaona, Sheena Iyengar, Michael Specter, Sir Ken Robinson, Barry Schwartz, Jacqueline Novogratz, Jody Williams, Beverly and Dereck Joubert

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    • Background to Forestry Sell Off Vote Dublin 27 Feb 2013

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      Rather than write an epic I thought I'd explain on video

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      • 2011 BALLE Business Conference - Naomi Klein Mainstage Address

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        "A New Economic Agenda for the 21st Century" Naomi Klein, author of The Shock Doctrine and No Logo Introduction by David Korten, Yes! Magazine

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        • Bill Gates confronted: why do you invest in dirty energy?

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          Dutch journalist confronts Bill Gates about his personal and foundations' billion-dollar investments in fossil fuel companies, as revealed in Naomi Klein's "This Changes Everything." Featuring Naomi Klein. See full video: http://nos.nl/nieuwsuur/artikel/2005275-naomi-klein-komt-met-nieuwe-bijbel-voor-een-betere-wereld.html

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          • Changemakers (48 min, 2015)

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            The French economist Thomas Piketty and the Canadian activist Naomi Klein are intellectual stars who are conquering the world with their ideas. They’re inspiring and mobilizing millions of people, not only because they identify major problems and solutions in their books, but also because they are permanently traveling the world, lobbying politicians and giving hundreds of television interviews, which are shared countless times on social media. Politicians often seems powerless, but famous intellectuals like Piketty and Klein revive the hope that we can actually tackle big problems. Is it just hope,or can they really change things? What’s the influence of these intellectual stars? Can they get the world moving, where politics has come to a standstill? VPRO Backlight followed them book tour.

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            • Channel 4 / True Stories - The Shock Doctrine

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              Concept and Direction - Why Not Associates & Brian Harrington Animation - Why Not Associates Client - Channel 4 Agency - 4Creative

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              • Copenhagen 2009 - the extras

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                including talks from the Klimaforum, Naomi Klein in Christiania and the people's voice from different lectures and discussions

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                • COP15 - The people's movement for climate justice

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                  For most of the people, climate change is something about desperate voices from scientists, media propaganda and green opportunities for big corporations. But there is also a real dimension of the climate issue. Last December in Copenhagen there was the UN climate conference COP15 taking place. Serious personalities of global politics, like Arnold Schwarzenegger were present and made statements like "I'll be back". At the same time , there was no place for everyone in there, so the 80% from the NGO's that were approved to participate in the negotiations, was finally excluded from the process. On the other hand, COP15 was a good chance for open processes like Klimaforum, which was a meeting point for scientists, activists, artists, NGO's, journalists, and active citizens from all corners of the planet. The outcome of the whole interaction was at least a universal exchange of important information about global injustice and issues that should be solved immediately.The text that came out, the "People's Declaration" got into the room where the conference was held and had two minutes to be presented. One of the Forum's organizers said that "two minutes are better than nothing" . Is this the best we can achieve? The demonstration of the 16th was about Climate Justice and the plan was to meet the people that were excluded from the process outside Bella Center and create a "People's Assembly". The police kept the two groups away from each other and the assembly was finally made by those that were still able to breathe after being exposed to the police's teargas. In the documentary you can watch the talks and actions of scientists, researchers and simple citizens (including Naomi Klein, George Monbiot, Ricardo Navarro) about important issues such as: --How eco-friendly is the politics of the rich countries (like Canada and the US) --What is a climate refugee --The way that the banks contribute to the global climate politics --Who is the real debtor and the real creditor on planet earth --What could 100 people suggest or maybe achieve by joining together using the internet. --How many people could be detained for a broken glass of a bank and how the European "developed" system deals with the voices that react.

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                  • [DOC] Lo spirito di Porto Alegre

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                    36min, DVCAM, Italy/Brasil 2001 (language: italian, spanish, brazilian, english with italian subtitles) Un filmaker indipendente che ha attraversato con la sua camera i momenti piu' significativi del movimento anti-neoliberista, partecipando alle nuove esperienze di comunicazione indipendente. Attraverso i suoi occhi e le sue parole entriamo dentro al World Social Forum di Porto Alegre, incontrando la gente che lo anima, i relatori dei tavoli di discussione, gli attivisti che vi partecipano. Attraverso le parole di Naomi Klein, Rafael Alegria di Via Campesina, Gianni Minà, Noam Chomsky, di chi ha fatto migliaia di chilometri a piedi per arrivare fino a qui, raccontiamo lo spirito che muove questa iniziativa e i movimenti e le lotte sociali a cui il Word Social Forum fa riferimento.

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                    • Dreams of Ease by michael hermiston (original tune)

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                      vocals, guitar: michael hermiston

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