David Korten, author of Agenda for a New Economy, explains in understandable terms, how our money system truly operates in today’s global society.
In Agenda For a New Economy, Korten explains the major issues confronting our nation and the challenges to creating a new economic system.
This is a story about a 4th generation sausage making family that makes fresh sausages without the cheap fillers and food additives.
This post is under construction. A new video player will be added shortly. David Korten, co-founder of Yes! Magazine, former Visiting Associate Professor of the Harvard University Graduate School of Business, and author of When Corporations Rule The World, and his most recent book Agenda For a New Economy, will be appearing next week on […]
Farmer Don Wachlin draws scores of kids who delight in firing their grapefruit size pumpkins at an old bus that rests dormant in his field.
Bill Cepurna demonstrates how to press fresh, and tasty apple cider at a special event at Abernathy Elementary School in Portland, Oregon.
Jonathan Bloom, journalist, and author of Wasted Food Blog, lists out the practical steps for reducing individual food waste in the home.
Ann Vileisis, author of Kitchen Literacy, explores the fundamental question, what do we know about our food, and how did we come to acquiring this knowledge. Vilesis sheds light on the profound role mass advertising has played in shaping public opinion in developing our modern food culture.
Elizabeth Beekley, of Two Tarts Bakery demonstrates how to bake one of her favorite holiday recipes, Hazelnut Tassies. I can personally vouch, the taste is unbelievable!
In this final segment, Larry Kleinman eloquently speaks to the fundamental goal necessary to create a truly sustainable society.