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FMTV - Sustainability in Action - Where to Go from Here

Sustainability in Action - Where to Go from Here

Series: The Search for Sustainability Series | Episode: 12 | Runtime: 1h 14m | Release date: 2015

This segment features: Gabriel Cousens, Mike Adams, Sergei Boutenko.

What one, two, three or more things are you excited about implementing immediately to get going on your path to personal sustainability that ripples out to benefit the global community?

Be empowered by knowing there are things you can do now to start making a difference for the sustainability of our civilization and our planet, and be inspired by the ideas you'll learn in this episode to get started now.

Featuring:
Nathan Crane
Toby Hemenway
David Sandoval
Amanda Bramble
Blackhorse Shasta
Tommy Wells
Sam Coffman
Rehmannia Dean Thomas
Marjory Wildcraft
Mike Adams
Rob Daigle
Peia Luzzi
Kate Armstrong
Charles Chen
Johanna Sophia
Sergei Boutenko
Dave Hunter
Patrick Pynes
Steven Druker
Zach Weiss
David Braden
Aloka Nanda
Rich Ruster
Kate and Mark Sorensen
John Rouilac
David Warr
Rolf Winters
Jill Winger
Charlie Orme
Howard Story
Jacqueline Freeman and Dr. Gabriel Cousens

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Barbara Mayers | 2 years, 8 months ago
awesome. thank you
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Carol Wagner | 3 years, 2 months ago
THANK YOU! Nathan and everyone in this amazing series. I knew we here I was going,yet now I have a much wider vision.Peace. DAYO
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Wendy Kura | 3 years, 2 months ago
This was a an amazing series I spent my off time watching it. I am even more inspired to keep learning and growing for my family and friends. Again thank you Wendy
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