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Zac Goldsmith offers his top-tips for survival!
He suggests we bias our shopping in favour of local food, educate our children better in ecology and pressure your local political party!

Dana Interviews Zac Goldsmith, who is hoping to become the Conservative MP from Richmond.
He has been until recently casino the Editor of The Ecologist Magazine, hear how he intends to translate his eco credentials into politics!

We love this film posted by Ecohustler about an artist called Musical Slave who came across a group of boys in a Dublin horse yard.

http://www.ecohustler.co.uk/2017/02/22/musical-slave-no-plan-song-horse-yard-dublin/

We at Positive TV love this film about Satish Kumar’s Peace Walk to celebrate 50 years of Resurgence Magazine created by

Uplift.

To find out more about Uplift visit:

http://upliftconnect.com/

 

‘Everything is connected – everyone can make a difference’ Jane Goodall

Dr. Jane Goodall, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and UN Messenger of Peace, is world-renowned for her pioneering research on wild chimpanzees and her efforts today to inspire every individual to protect the environment we share – a trait she shares with Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax.
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When the Rome Statute, one of the possibly most powerful and important documents in the world was drafted, environmental crimes where on the list of possible crimes against peace and security of mankind.

But it was removed without vote and without any reason given. This was possible because it has not been in the public domain. But these times have changed.

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Thierry Zomahoun, Chief Executive Officer of Impact First International offers us his three top tips for Life!

A song and dance man on a mission to save the world.

The true story of the daring, controversial, decades-ahead-of-his-time World Citizen #1 Garry Davis

THE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY

A comedian desperate to stop a war, pulls off an act of political theatre so gutsy

and eye-opening that it sparks a huge movement—drawing Albert Einstein,

Albert Camus and a cast of thousands into what Martin Sheen calls

“a roadmap to a better future.”

To find out more about the movie go to : https://www.theworldismycountry.com