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Let’s Create A Better World – 11.15.17

Our guests today… Dave Rubin of Vegan Events  Vegan Events Southern California Vegan Events Calendars Christine of www.CrystallineConnection.com is a medium, channeler, and spiritual seeker.  She studied with a spiritual teacher in New Mexico and “remembered” her connection.  Her travels around the sacred sites in New Mexico and then journeys to India, Bangladesh, Japan, Nepal and Tibet opened up her heart and her …

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Economic Update – Economic failures and the blame game – 06.04.17

Updates on big banks fix rates, IRS checks on churches, CEOs’ pay rises fastest to worsen US inequality. Major discussions: blaming the poor for poverty and over-crediting the super rich; how superrich oil countries and companies control modern economies; and how Trump’s attacks on Germany are more “fake news”.” Download this episode (right click and save)

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Energy Stew – Lisa Smartt – 04.21.17

Words at the Threshold –  Energy Stew interview with Lisa Smartt Listening to the dying is very important as they often can tell us much more than we expect. It’s also a way that we can help them move on. Often, they are straddling 2 worlds at the same time and are starting to have experiences from the other side. …

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Connect The Dots – J.P. Harpignies – 04.19.17

Listen to J.P. Harpignies, the Associate Producer of the Bioneers Conference, and the author of four books: Political Ecosystems, Double Helix Hubris, Delusions of Normality, and Animal Encounters, as well as of recent articles on Medium— in conversation about the ecology of our political system and the Four Deep Drivers of Destabilization— with Alison Rose Levy.

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Tom Randall – World Energy Hits a Turning Point: Solar That’s Cheaper Than Wind

A transformation is happening in global energy markets that’s worth noting as 2016 comes to an end: Solar power, for the first time, is becoming the cheapest form of new electricity. This has happened in isolated projects in the past: an especially competitive auction in the Middle East, for example, resulting in record-cheap solar costs. But now unsubsidized solar is beginning to outcompete …

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Thomas C Mountain – Winning The Malaria War Without Vaccines

For over 10 years now Eritrea, a small country in East Africa, has been winning the Malaria War without vaccines, though much work remains to be done. Since 2005 I have been monitoring the reduction in Malaria mortality here in Eritrea and have seen a consistant reduction of between 70-80%, something almost unknown in Africa and the rest of the …

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Colin Todhunter – What Has Neoliberal Capitalism Ever Done For India?

When India ushered in neoliberal economic reforms during the early 1990s, the promise was job creation, inclusive growth and prosperity for all. But, some 25 years later, what we have seen is almost 400,000 farmers committing suicide, one of the greatest levels of inequality out of all ‘emerging’ economies, a trend towards jobless ‘growth’, an accelerating and massive illegal outflow …

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Denmark Intends To Be The World’s FIRST 100% Organic Nation

Bhutan announced its plan to become the world’s first 100% organic nation in 2013, but it now has some competition. That’s right, Denmark’s government announced its plan to become Earth’s first 100% organic nation – and it has a solid plan of accomplishing that feat. According to OrganicVeganEarth, the Scandinavian country is already the most developed country in the world concerning the amount …

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Alex Gray – There is a third pole on earth, and it’s melting quickly

When we think of the world’s polar regions, only two usually spring to mind – the North and South. However, there is a region to the south of China and the north of India that is known as the “Third Pole”. That’s because it is the third largest area of frozen water on the planet. Although much smaller than its …

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World’s Low-Cost Economy Built on the Backs of 46 Million Modern Day Slaves

Close to 46 million men, women, and children are enslaved across the world, according to a harrowing new report from the Australia-based Walk Free Foundation.Many of them, the analysis notes, are in fact ensnared providing “the low-cost labor that produces consumer goods for markets in Western Europe, Japan, North America, and Australia.” The organization’s 2016 Global Slavery Index—based on 42,000 interviews conducted …