Posts Tagged ‘ media ’

Getting to the Heart – Inspiring a Planetary Narrative Worthy of Our Species

Aug 1st, 2019 | By
[photo: Wikimedia Commons, Sam Oth]

By Geoffrey Holland, guest writer for Transition Earth. James Cameron’s epic 2009 movie Avatar is set in the 22nd century on the distant moon Pandora. At its core, Avataris a good vs. evil conflict between the indigenous Na’vi, who live in harmony with their living world, and an intrusive, technically superior force of human profiteers, who have
[continue reading…]



Humanity’s Dysfunctional Nervous System

Jul 18th, 2019 | By
media

By Geoffrey Holland, guest writer for Transition Earth. [Editor’s Note: This article was originally published with The Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere] In the modern world we know, the mass media – television, radio, and the internet – function as humanity’s  collective nervous system linking billions of people worldwide.  The problem is these
[continue reading…]



The Fork in the Road: Which Way this World Population Day?

Jul 10th, 2014 | By
[image credit: www.earthtimes.org]

By Suzanne York, www.howmany.org As the world, or at least some of it, recognizes World Population Day on July 11th, it might be a good time to look around at some encouraging projects and initiatives empowering people and protecting the environment in communities across the globe. But first, some fast facts for a brief overview:
[continue reading…]