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Recorded live at 42 Acres, London on 25 April 2018. Dr Rupert Sheldrake: a biologist and author of more than 85 scientific papers and 12 books, shares his wisdom and knowledge on science and spirituality. Focusing on meditation as a treatment for depression and anxiety, he explores the science behind it.
Join #FREEDOMFORGIRLS on International Day of the Girl Child, and commit to helping end human trafficking and modern slavery.
71% of modern slavery victims are women and girls. With an estimated 40.3 million people victims of modern slavery and human trafficking, that’s a lot of girls around the world who are being exploited for someone else’s benefit, or treated like a commodity, unable to leave because of threats, violence, coercion, and abuse of power.
British Barrister calls for new Criminal Law
to protect People and Planet
“COP negotiations cannot address climate breakdown until
Ecocide is recognized as an international crime.”
On the 70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, British Barrister, Polly Higgins says it’s now time for a new Criminal Law of Ecocide to protect the rights of the Earth. As COP24 negotiators squabble and fail to accept the recent IPCC report that they themselves commissioned, Ms Higgins proposes a more muscular approach to the global environmental crisis.
Battling cancer is a monumental struggle that takes shape in the smallest actions. Everyday activities take on new meaning in the face of cancer’s debilitating symptoms. Even making it to a cancer treatment center can be a challenge. That’s where the non-profit group Your Ride Is Here comes in.
The group provides transportation to and from treatment – often in some of the most exotic, expensive cars on the planet.
Ken Adams knows firsthand the difficulties of living with cancer. The Austin, Texas resident was lucky enough to have a ride to and from treatment, but he saw many other patients who were not as fortunate.
Vitality is a movie that takes the audience on a journey into the world of health-care in our modern world. The current medical system is failing due to an emphasis on the treatment of disease instead of prevention. Dr. Pedram Shojai interviews some of the top names in the health and wellness arena discussing how people can learn to heal themselves and exploring the basic lifestyle practices that enhance health and increase Vitality. Vitality is something that emerges from within and once we learn how to tap into it, we step out of the trap of the broken medical system.
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The call for a Tree Charter was initiated in 2015 by the Woodland Trust in response to the crisis facing trees and woods in the UK. There was no clear, unifying statement about the rights of people in the UK to the benefits of trees, woods and forests. The UK’s trees and woods face:
- low planting rates;
- lack of legal protection;
- inconsistent management;
- declining interest in forestry and arboriculture careers;
- threats from housing and infrastructure development, pests, diseases and climate change.
Positive TV visits the IUCN’s World Conservation Congress, Barcelona in 2008.
This short film illustrates the power of words to radically effect change. Discover the power of transforming your own words in Andrea Gardner”s book “Change Your Words, Change Your World” at ” rel=”nofollow” href=”http://www.youtube.com/redirect?q=http://www.andreagardner.co.uk/&session_token=Y6lqAq_l3PS1PzEBoBeTNpM-0Vx8MTM1NDQ0MjMyM0AxMzU0MzU1OTIz” target=”_blank”>http://www.andreagardner.co.uk.
Homage to Historia de un letrero, The Story of a Sign by Alonso Alvarez Barreda
Positive TV visits 999 It’s time.
We are sharing a film from a remarkable young man called Felix Finkbeiner.
When Felix was 9 years old he stood in front of the United Nations General Assembly and asked the grownups a simple question:
“We children know adults know the challenges and they know the solutions,” he said. “We don’t know why there is so little action.”
Taking responsibility in his own hands, Felix created a remarkable environmental cause that has expanded into a global network of children activists working to slow the Earth’s warming by reforesting the planet.
On 19 November 2011 over 100 dancers converged at Occupy SF & Oakland to dance the world awake.
Flashmob Produced & Directed by Magalie Bonneau-Marcil of DancingwithoutBorders.org, Video Directed & Edited by Ben Flanigan (BenFlanigan.com), Thanks to our team of choreographers: Giuliana Blasi, Samantha Sweetwater and Mika Lemoine. Co-sponsors: CODEPINK.org & SFNOW.org
Want to bring the flash mob to your community? Go to http://tiny.cc/h3t3w for choreography video tutorial.
Music: Thanks to the Black Eyed Peas.
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