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Biodynamic Duo

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Author: the Inkslinger

Our friends Barb and Tom Burstyn have made a new film about biodynamics, an ancient agricultural solution that's ripe for our modern times. It's called How to Save the World and it's a pretty eye-opening look at what's broken where our food supply is concerned and how we can fix it. Here's the trailer:

Take a taste and then feed you head with the whole thing. If you want a quick primer in biodynamics, the Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association is the place to go.

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Inspire Everyone On Earth To Chill Out!

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Author: the Inkslinger

Psssst. Over here…



Look at this! Check it out…


What do you see in the magic left hand column? It’s a new blinky button! For our new contest with Treehugger. Go ahead. Click it. (You know you want to.) It won’t bite.

Then grab your video camera. Harness your creative muse. Wake up your inner Spielberg. Make a short mini-movie about the practical, easy, and inspired ways you’ve found to reduce your carbon emissions and make the planet a cooler place.

Then follow the directions for submitting your film. Bingo! You’re a contestant.You could win! Except that by the mere act of entering you’ve already won the grandest prize of all: You’ve inspired everyone to follow your lead and save the world.

How cool is that?

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See Film. Get Inspired. Help Kids.

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Author: the Inkslinger

If you plan to while away any of your upcoming winter hours staring at the flickering flames of your video box, you should make sure you watch this when you do.

Nobelity is a new film from writer and actor Turk Pipkin. (You’d recognize him if you saw him–he had a featured role in the Sopranos among other things). It’s a travelogue of sorts filmed as Turk traveled the continents seeking answers to the problems the world faces from a cross section of Nobel prize winners and looking at these issues through the eyes of the people who will be most affected by the decisions we make today: the children of the world.

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