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Dedicated to interviewing leading edge experts, practitioners in their field, and people who are living examples of sustainability. Covers environmental subject matter that is not readily discussed in depth in mainstream media.

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GreenplanetFM interviews Jeff Hutner on the new paradigm

Thursday, February 16th 2012 @ 6:44 PM (not yet rated)    post viewed 979 times

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Jeff Hutner is the Editor of New Paradigm Digest from the USA.

Covering the leading edge of science, consciousness, spirituality - from the Microcosm to the Macrocosm; focusing on visionary qualities, as Steve Jobs who had just died, what did he bring to our world?

And that the word 'Enough' is anathema to capitalism -  Now we need to understand voluntary simplicity and what it represents.

Having no TV can stop you with being programmed with old paradigm thought forms and Jeff says by finding your friends who are creative, are inner directed, and use their creativity to the services of humanity and life - we can  bring ourselves into alignment with a higher intent.

Who do you serve? The current continuing ecocide or ... are you serving the restoration of your own, your community and the planets health? It's a choice!!

Some of the subject matter:

Entertainment - transitioning to Innertainment  - Movies that inspire us

Play it forward - Important Movies with messages  that don't make it to the cinemas are now being organized so that we can 'Play it Forward.

Covering the www.ThriveMovie.com and what it says.

The part that arts play in change Is very important.

This interview ranges over many subjects that all interlink with our present situation on earth today, and a new paradigm that is emerging. What is it?

This interview was recorded 4 months ago when Occupation Wall Street was bursting out and I felt very excited of the possibilities of a Unified World of Occupiers could do, that I held back this interview to bring into the studio Auckland based NZ Occupiers and supporters so that listeners could hear directly what NZers were saying and doing, thus I put this interview on hold.

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GreenplanetFM interviews Sam Stier on Biomimicry, the Promise of Tomorrow?

Thursday, February 9th 2012 @ 9:52 AM (not yet rated)    post viewed 705 times

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Biomimicry (from bios, meaning life, and mimesis, meaning to imitate) is a design discipline that seeks sustainable solutions by emulating nature’s time-tested patterns and strategies, e.g., a solar cell inspired by a leaf.

The core idea is that Nature, imaginative by necessity, has already solved many of the problems we are grappling with: energy, food production, climate control, non-toxic chemistry, transportation, packaging, and a whole lot more.

Animals, plants, and microbes are the consummate engineers. They have found what works, what is appropriate, and most importantly, what lasts here on Earth. However, we humans have only really woken up to this in the last 20 years.

If we could only mobilise our consciousness (and media) at a global level, we would be both amazed and shocked to realize that the answers to our challenges are already embedded in nature, the same living super system that we too are deeply embedded in, except we have disconnected ourselves.

Time to awaken and reconnect.

Sam Stier:  http://www.asknature.org

Learn more about biomimicry in video:

http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/janine_benyus_shares_nature_s_designs.html

And print:

http://www.businessweek.com/innovate/content/feb2008/id20080211_074559.htm

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