Ecoshock show 071102 (59 min)
Paul Hawken at the Long Now Foundation, June 8, 2007, on his new book "Blessed Unrest." He finds we are the world's largest undiscovered movement.
Plus Canadian author/activist Maude Barlow's vision of hope, even in the darkest hour. Recorded by Radio Ecoshock October 30th. Her speech on the world water crisis will be in next week's show.
This is a program to inspire.
Production notes: No station ID's. 30 second music bed 29:40-30:10; other insert points at 39:35, 50:45. Cut last song at 57:04 if you need more time, or have no license.
Song: Paul Simon "One Man's Ceiling Is Another Man's Floor."
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Thursday, November 1, 2007
A RAY OF HOPE
Posted by Alex Smith at 3:35 PM
Labels: ecoshock, environment, environmental, environmentalism, greens, hawken, maude barlow, paul hawken, radio ecoshock
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