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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.
January 2010 Posts
GreenplanetFM Summer SeriesLynda Wharton is a registered Traditional Chinese Acupuncturist and Naturopath, with her own holistic woman's health clinic, on Auckland's Northshore.Lynda is well known as a health researcher, columnist and author. She is a regular columnist for Mindfood magazine, Fitness Life and Australian Nature and health.Lynda's most recent book, “Wellbeing”, published by Harper Collins, is an essential addition to every woman's library. It’s 400 pages cover many aspects of female health and wellbeing from a holistic perspective. 100 pages are devoted to the subject of breast cancer prevention … a subject that Lynda is passionate about.
The imperative for all of us, is to rapidly come into an understanding that there are other ways to combat the pharmaceutical barrage of drugs to medicate us when suffering from dis-ease and illness. That prevention via natural modalities is available and that when we consciously make choices as to how we treat our bodily temple, we empower ourselves to see ourselves in a renewed radiant self-reflective light.
GreenplanetFM Summer SeriesClive Monds, spokesman for eco.org.nz has been active in the environmental movement for over 30 years and represents ECO on various fisheries management issues in NZ.With NZ privileged to have the 7th largest oceanic exclusive economic zone on earth, how do we govern these marine resources?Listen to some fascinating information with regard to NZ's fisheries, around sustainability and with world fishing stocks falling what is the state of our waters and the fish in our nurseries?
Should we also lock up a good percentage of NZ fisheries for a number of years by instigating hui to replenish stocks?Clive Monds of www.eco.org.nz
Summer SeriesThe new sciences quantum physics and epigenetics are revolutionising our understanding of the link between mind and matter, challenging established scientific theories and prompting a complete re-evaluation of life as we have known it.The significance of this shift in belief is vast in that the original view led to the notion that we are victims of our biology. Whereas the ‘new’ sciences show that we are actually masters of our biology.Bruce has taken his award-winning medical school lectures to the public and is currently a sought after keynote speaker and workshop presenter.
He lectures to conventional and complementary medical professionals and lay audiences about leading-edge science and how it dovetails with mind-body medicine and spiritual principles.He has been heartened by anecdotal reports from hundreds of former audience members who have improved their spiritual, physical and mental well being by applying the principles he discusses in his lectures. He is regarded as one of the leading voices of the new biology.
Dr Bruce Lipton, author of the popular book; Biology of Belief, Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter and Miracles, was awarded 2006’s Best Science Book of the Year.
GreenplanetFM Summer SeriesLogan Muller is one of Unitec's Senior Academic researchers. His expertise is the use of IT in the development of sustainability.His PhD is in socially and environmentally sustainable business. He has implemented the model in New Zealand and in the remote areas of the Andean mountains in Peru.The model has been adopted by the Peruvian Government and endorsed by the Latin American Telecommunications Council as a successful poverty alleviation method.
However as one of NZs most active academics in IT for Sustainability, Logan is making changes at the grass roots and hands on level and policy making areas.Listen to a passionate story of insight and experience on how we can solve so many of our challenges here on Spaceship Earth, and empower people particularly those who have never had a say, through IT, especially utilising the world wide web.As an emergent species the possibility to instigate positive change starting from oneself, families, and community, to cluster of communities is now in the ascendant.
The tools are here, and are available to lift the aspirations of the many into a more heart centred and conscious relationship with society and the land both locally and globally.