Stories, Lesson Plans & More
Vandana Shiva feels that it is our responsibility as "earth citizens" to keep water systems alive by avoiding three main problems: pollution, diversion of water, and privatization.
Fritjof Capra, physicist and author, describes Leonardo da Vinci's fascination with water.
Rabbi Menachem Froman explains that the Israeli/Palestinian conflict is really an issue of East and West and therefore a reflection of one larger conflict of global concern.
Author Woody Tasch speaks about creating capital flow that supports environmentally sustainable food movements and environmentally sustainable financial markets in general.
Zen teacher and social activist angel Kyodo williams reminds us that societies can change on a massive scale.
Youth worker Orland Bishop explains how young people learn about power from adults.
Palestinian peaceworker Ibtisam Mahameed explains why women need to be at the heart of peace negotiations. Ultimately men and women must work together if peace is to be fully realized.
Author and scholar Mary Evelyn Tucker explains that when we link progress to industrialization without any sense of limits or nature as a guide, the result is the current global crisis.
Tibetan Buddhist nun Ven. Tenzin Palmo describes how the infinite, primordial awareness that lies behind the mind and its sense of duality is the key to experiencing oneness.
Peaceworker Sami Awad explains how he chooses to use his anger to fuel a commitment to peace rather than violence.