Daily Archives: July 29, 2015

CARTA: Human-Climate Interactions and Evolution: Past and Future

E120, e130,

Canvas Campus – David Suzuki – Melina Laboucan Massimo – Corporate Agenda & Politics of Environment


TheEvidenceVault’s channel

Published on Apr 26, 2013

Dr. David Suzuki addresses youth at the inauguration of the Canvas Campus tipi, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada – April 25, 2013. First Nations activist Melina Laboucan Massimo & Kids For Climate Action activist Sam Harrison join him to answer questions from the audience. Dr. Suzuki offers pointed comments about the corporate agenda and the politics of environment. This event is part of a larger educational project. For more information, please visit CanvasCampus.com

Global Climate Change
Environment Ethics
Environment Justice

2. Canvas Campus – David Suzuki & Melina Laboucan Massimo – Canada’s Reputation


TheEvidenceVault’s channel

Published on Apr 26, 2013

At the Canvas Campus – Windsor, Ontario, Canada – April 25, 2013. Dr. David Suzuki and First Nations activist Melina Laboucan Massimo discussed Canada’s poor international reputation regarding the environment. The Canvas Campus is a non-profit educational endeavour. For more information please visit CanvasCampus.com

Global Climate Change
Environment Ethics
Environment Justice

John Perkins “Prophecy of The Eagle & The Condor”


Omega Institute for Holistic Studies

Uploaded on May 9, 2008

http://www.eomega.org/omega/faculty/v…

John Perkins is a leading authority on shamanism and is the author of several books on the subject, including Shapeshifting, The World Is As Your Dream It, and Psychonavigation. His latest books, Confessions of an Economic Hit Man and The Secret History of the American Empire have been New York Times best-sellers. dreamchange.org

Global Climate Change
Environment Ethics
Environment Justice

The Condor & The Eagle – Mini Series – Episode 4 – The magestic condors


clement guerra

Published on Apr 14, 2015

Short video filmed in Peru – Colca Canyon, featuring those incredibly magestic condors!
Learn more about our initiative in our website http://www.thetakeoff.org/. We committed to create a documentary film, “The Condor & The Eagle,” that weaves together the story of 4 individuals (2 from the U.S. & 2 from Canada – 3 women and 1 man) who in their way take a stand against corporate pollution, organizing communities where they live. Each person is involved in the fights against the tar sands (Northern Gateway pipeline, KXL pipeline, Houston refineries, oil tankers.) In 2015, they will travel to South America’s Amazon Rain Forest to meet Indigenous communities impacted by similar extractive industries.

Global Climate Change
Environment Ethics
Environment Justice

The Condor & The Eagle – Mini Series – Episode 3 – Unist’ot’en Camp – You Shall Not Pass!


clement guerra

Published on Mar 4, 2015

Come along to the Unit’ot’en Camp and meet those inspirational warriors that blockade the Northern Gateway pipeline on their homeland. They stand strong on the fence line and keep crying out loud: YOU SHALL NOT PASS!

Global Climate Change
Environment Ethics
Environment Justice

The Condor & The Eagle – Mini Series – Episode 2 – Fort Chipewyan – Part 1


clement guerra

Published on Feb 14, 2015

Here is our second video of The Condor And Eagle – Mini Series. Within the coming 2 months, we will release 6 videos. Each video will walk you through some of the many eye-opening experiences we have gone through the past year.

Come aboard and fly over the boreal forest and share the lives and voices of Fort Chipewyan inhabitants. This community is heavily impacted by tar sands developments. Their way of life has been jeopardized and their future as a community is now being threatened. We stayed 2 weeks over there and found resilient individuals and a commuity in resistance. They remind us a very important fact: WE ALL LIVE DOWNSTREAM!

Global Climate Change
Environment Ethics
Environment Justice

The Condor & The Eagle – Mini Series – Episode 1- The Bay Area VS refineries


clement guerra

Published on Feb 2, 2015

Our project started 10 months ago in the Bay Area, CA. There is currently this feeding frenzy in 5 communities of the Bay of proposed projects to retool the refineries to receive, transport and refine dirtier bottom of the barrel oil: Bakken and Tar Sands. The communities are now coming together, ready to fight back and make sure that California won’t take part of this devastating mega projects that are Alberta tar sands. People are rising, more and more people come together. Nothing is done yet, it will take a lot of work to give the movement the kind of form that will make a difference. It’s about re-creating the foundations of an inclusive dynamic, focused on how to bring onboard those who aren’t yet.

Featuring:
– Pennie Opal Plant
– Andres Soto
– Marilyn Bardet
– Kalli Graham
– Ed Ruszel
– Bill Nichols
– Greg Karras
– Nancy Rieser

Global Climate Change
Environment Ethics
Environment Justice

The Condor & The Eagle – Melina Laboucan Massimo


clement guerra

Published on Feb 1, 2015

Melina Laboucan-Massimo is one of the 4 key people featured in the documentary Film “The Condor & The Eagle”. Melina grew up in a small northern isolated Cree community in Canada’s tar sands region that got hit by an oil leak which polluted their territory. Melina travels throughout the world in order to alert the public and raise awareness to the disastrous consequences of the tar sands mega projects and the associated existing and planned pipeline routes.

Her sister got murdered only a year ago. Beside her environmental work, Melina got involved into denouncing Canadian government’s apathy towards the massive number of missing and murdered Indigenous women. “Violence against Mother Earth is violence against women, the two are inextricably linked” says Melina.

“The Condor & The Eagle” weaves together the story of 4 individuals (2 from the U.S. & 2 from Canada – 3 women and 1 man) who in their way take a stand against corporate pollution, organizing communities where they live. Each person is involved in the fights against the tar sands (Northern Gateway pipeline, KXL pipeline, Houston refineries, oil tankers.) In 2015, they will travel to South America’s Amazon Rain Forest to meet Indigenous communities impacted by similar extractive industries.

Global Climate Change
Environment Ethics
Environment Justice

Melina Laboucan-Massimo interview with Rob Stewart


Revolution Movie

Published on Mar 12, 2014

Melina Laboucan-Massimo from the Indigenous Environmental Network and Greenpeace: Interview with Revolution Filmmaker, Rob Stewart http://therevolutionmovie.com/

Melina Laboucan-Massimo is a member of the Lubicon Cree First Nation and a Climate and Energy Campaigner with Greenpeace Canada. Facing firsthand the impacts of the Alberta tar sands to her traditional territory, Laboucan-Massimo has been a vocal advocate for Indigenous rights for the past 10 years. She has written numerous articles on the tar sands and produced short documentaries on water issues and Indigenous cultural revitalization. Joining Greenpeace in 2009, she helped to raise the alarm bells on the tar sands, including a related incident with one of the largest oil spills in Alberta near her home community of Little Buffalo.

Filmmaker Rob Stewart, Producer and Director of Revolution, a full-length feature film that is inspiring humanity to change the world and save our planet. Stewart takes us from saving the world’s sharks to the most important issue today, Ocean Acidification. Along with world renowned experts, he learns that past evolutions can help solve some of our current and future environmental problems. Startling, beautiful and provocative, Revolution has won many awards at international film festivals and shows us that we can make a difference. Stewart previously directed the award-winning film, Sharkwater.

Global Climate Change
Environment Ethics
Environment Justice