1. DeLu Jackson, Nissan's Global Head of Digital Marketing Discusses the LEAF

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    Watch DeLu Jackson, Nissan's Global Head of Digital Marketing and Social Media on the LEAF and Nissan's commitment to environmental and eco-friendly solutions. http://www.interbrandiq.com

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    • Excerpt: The Environmental Compliance Program

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      An Environmental Compliance Program is a written system designed to ensure that your business will remain in compliance with applicable laws and regulations and will adhere to your established Green Standard Operating Procedures. This presentation will provide an outline and suggested verbiage for creating your Environmental Compliance Program. www.greenhotelresources.com

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      • The Big SHFT: Van Jones, Green Jobs Pioneer

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        Van Jones is a lawyer and activist who is America's leading advocate for green jobs. After a publishing a bestselling book advocating clean energy solutions to pollution and poverty, and working in the White House as Obama's green economy advisor, Van is back with a new cause: restoring the American middle class. Rebuild the Dream is a grassroots action center and the name of a new book by Van delivering a powerful game plan to restore hope, fix U.S. democracy and renew the American Dream.

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        • Going to the Heart of Sustainability: An Indigenous Wisdomkeeper's Perspective with Ilarion Merculieff

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          Indigenous peoples who have intimate and sustained contact with their lands and waters and who have maintained the spiritual basis for relating to everything in their environment have a profound understanding of what "sustainability" really means even though that is not the word that they would use. Western concepts of sustainability generally are used out of meaningful context, limiting the depth to which we can go collectively and as a society in restoring harmony in our relationship with Mother Earth. Indigenous elders world-wide say that one day the world will look to indigenous peoples for the wisdom in caring for our Earth Mother, and many feel the time is NOW as her life supporting systems are being pushed to the edge of viability. Ilarion Merculieff is a traditional Aleut messenger dedicated to sharing Indigenous elder wisdom and the messages of Indigenous spiritual leaders with the world. He has nearly four decades of experience serving his people, the Aleuts of the Pribilof Islands and other Indigenous Peoples, in a number of capacities, locally to internationally. Larry is a passionate advocate for Indigenous rights/wisdom, and harmonious relationship with the Earth. Close to Merculieff's heart are issues related to cultural and community wellness, traditional ways of living, Elder wisdom, and the environment. Having had a traditional upbringing, Merculieff has been, and continues to be, a strong voice advocating the meaningful application of traditional knowledge and wisdom obtained from Elders in Alaska and throughout the world when dealing with modern day challenges. As the Coordinator for the Bering Sea Council of Elders, Merculieff works with some of the most revered Elders from seven regions throughout Alaska focusing on the health of the Bering Sea ecosystem and the viability and health of the coastal and river cultures dependent on it. Merculieff has shared Elder wisdom locally, nationally, and internationally, and his writings and interviews have appeared in such publications as the Winds of Change, YES, Red Ink, Alaska Geographic, Smithsonian, National Geographic, and Kindred Spirits. Larry Merculieff was featured in National Wildlife magazine as an "American Hero", having called national and international attention to industrialized overfishing and major adverse changes in the Bering Sea ecosystem.

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          • Voices from Rio: Colin Hughes on Sustainable Transport

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            Colin Hughes of the Institute for Transportation & Development Policy tells the story of how he and his colleagues prepared in the lead up to the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (also known as Rio+20) and were able to secure a number of voluntary commitments towards sustainable transport, some of them quite substantial.

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            • Farm to Work, a project of Sustainable Food Center

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              Farm To Work is a partnership between organizations and their local farmers aided by the Sustainable Food Center of Austin, the Texas Department of State Health Services, and WebChronic Consulting. How It Works: - Participating organizations have access to the custom made Farm To Work (FTW) online shopping cart - Interested staff members order a basket of locally grown produce using a credit card via the a secure web site - It gets delivered to your place of work according to a schedule where you pick it up in a bag/box you supply - The basket of sustainably grown fruits and vegetables is determined by what's in season and ripe on the family farm for that week - Baskets average 15 - 20 pounds of food per week - There is no subscription fee or requirement to order each week. Participate only when you want to - Currently participating organizations include state and city agencies, local non-profits, and private companies. Through the Farm-to-Work project, SFC and our partners: - Provide citizens access to fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables. - Facilitate direct sales for family farmers. - Promote awareness of our food system and educate consumers about sustainable food and farms. - Offer educational opportunities for individuals and families about the importance of fresh food and nutrition.

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              • Sealand Multiversity Workshop #1 D.I.Y. + cc

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                During the 48 Stunden Neukölln festival in Berlin Germany, we attended a workshop on how to build a floating garden from recycled materials. The workshop was guided be Joy Lohmann from Sea Land Multiversity of the Seven Seas which serves as a platform for sea-related inventions and innovations, ideas and projects. We got step by step guidance which we are sharing with you here and now! To find out more information on floating islands, visit asapisland.wordpress.com. To learn more about the Let Us Be Human Project, visit letusbehuman.wordpress.com.

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                • Green Policies & Procedures

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                  Green practices become sustainable when they are formally institutionalized as standard operating procedures. Written programs provide the framework to ensure green practices are executed consistently, with measurable results and an expectation of accountability for all staffing levels.

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                  • Canadian Environmentalist David Suzuki on Democracy Now! From Rio+20 U.N Summit (Part 2 of 2)

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                    DemocracyNow.org – TAs the Rio+20 Earth Summit -- the largest U.N. conference ever -- ends in disappointment, we're joined by the leading Canadian scientist, environmentalist and broadcaster David Suzuki. As host of the long-running CBC program, "The Nature of Things," seen in more than 40 countries, Suzuki has helped educate millions about the rich biodiversity of the planet and the threats it faces from human-driven global warming. In 1990 he co-founded the David Suzuki Foundation which focuses on sustainable ecology and in 2009, he was awarded the Right Livelihood Award. Suzuki joins from the summit in Rio de Janeiro to talk about the climate crisis, the student protests in Quebec, his childhood growing up in an internment camp, and his daughter Severn's historic speech at the Rio Earth Summit in 1992 when she was 12 years-old. "If we don't see that we are utterly embedded in the natural world and dependent on Mother Nature for our very well-being and survival ... then our priorities will continue to be driven by man-made constructs like national borders, economies, corporations, markets. Those are all human created things. They shouldn't dominate the way we live -- it should be the biosphere. And the leaders in that should be indigenous people who still have that sense that the earth is truly our mother, that it gives birth to us. You don't treat your mother the way we treat the planet or the biosphere today." Watch part 1 of our interview with David Suzuki: https://vimeo.com/44662116 To watch the complete weekday independent news hour, read the transcript, download the podcast, search our vast archive, or to find more information about Democracy Now! and Amy Goodman, visit http://www.democracynow.org/ FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: @democracynow Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/democracynow Listen on SoundCloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/democracy-now Daily Email News Digest: http://www.democracynow.org/subscribe Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today, visit http://www.democracynow.org/donate/VM

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                    • "Yardwork" - Coalatree Organics

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                      Living a more sustainable life starts at the local level. Coalatree Organics is a company that is changing the face of corporate responsibility. In a time where we need to start becoming the bigger citizens individually, setting examples, and leading the way to help protect this amazing world. This video was shot by Adam Harris with Coalatree Organics featuring pro skier Parker Cook helping build a brand new green house for the Coalatree Farm. Edited by Vital Films. Music By: The Grouch "Yardwork" - [Show You The World] "Rep what you sow, so plant lots of love"

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