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Penny Livingston is a permaculture expert and founder of the Permaculture Institute of Northern California and the Regenerative Design Institute. She lives and works at the Commonweal Garden in Bolinas, California.
Global Oneness Project
NGO & NPO
Oceans & Water
Art For Change
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2.5%: Conscious Travel In The World's Most Biologically Intense Rainforest
"2.5%" - A film promoting conscious travel in Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula, home to 2.5% of the world's biodiversity and the last standing virgin rainforest in the area, is one of the most pristine ecotourism destinations on Earth. The decision to build an international airport in the area threatens to bring the harmful effects of mass tourism to this fragile ecosystem and local community.
One Million Bones
One Million Bones is a fundraising art installation designed to recognize the millions of victims killed or displaced by ongoing genocides occurring on our watch.
The mission is to increase global awareness of these atrocities while raising the critical funds needed to protect and aid displaced and vulnerable victims.
For One Million Bones to realize its vision, we need people to create and donate bones for this event.
2012 Mountainfilm Intro: Vagabond By Wolfmother
2012 Mountainfilm at Telluride Trailer: Vagabond by Wolf Mother..
Mountainfilm is dedicated to educating and inspiring audiences about issues that matter, cultures worth exploring, environments worth preserving and conversations worth sustaining.
Mountainfilm: The Festival
Started in 1979, Mountainfilm in Telluride is one of America's longest-running film festivals. Through the years, in and out of trends and fads, the Mountainfilm in Telluride Festival has always been best described by one unchanging word: inspiring. Far more than any other adjective, that's how festival audiences describe their experience.
SEE Turtles, a project I co-founded in 2007, connects travelers with conservation projects that need support. In 2008, we took a group of travelers to Costa Rica to visit two leatherback nesting beaches along the Caribbean coast.
The Land Owns Us
Interview with Bob Randall, an Yankunytjatjara Elder and a traditional owner of Uluru
What Is Environmental Crime?
Campaign film to highlight the extent of environmental crime and how EIA tackles these issues.
Light The Streets
Since 2001, the faith based organization has served thousands of children and families through child sponsorship, education, vocational training and spiritual nurturing. In 2004, our feeding program was established for the estimated seven thousand street children who live in Kigali.
"Africa New Life already had many children that we were sponsoring to go back to school, but these kids were different. I realized that if someone didn't reach out to these kids soon, there was the potential that much of the progress we were making as a nation might be destroyed by these boys as they became men. Men who had learned, through no fault of their own, that no one loved them, no one cared for them and that the only way to survive was to become criminals.
The Bangledesh Surf Club
Surfing the Nations is a non profit humanitarian organization. Their goal is to make a positive impact on the world through surfers and the sport of surfing.
NGO, Interview With Dr. Jill Seaman
Interview: Dr. Jill Seaman, for more than 20 years has dedicated her life to helping people in Africa.
Charity Water TimeBomb
Charity: water is a non-profit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations.
It's hard not to think about water today. In the western world, we face growing concerns about our stewardship of the world's most precious resource. There's talk of shortages, evidence of reservoirs and aquifers drying up, and of course, plenty of people who simply don't care.
But forget about us.
Most of us have never really been thirsty. We've never had to leave our houses and walk 5 miles to fetch water. We simply turn on the tap, and water comes out. Clean. Yet there are a billion people on the planet who don't have clean water.
It's hard to imagine what a billion people looks like really, but one in eight might be easier. One in eight people in our world don't have access to the most basic of human needs. Something we can't imagine
Building A House In Cambodia
Gabriel, Michelle and Josh in Cambodia building a new house for Nalong and his awesome family.
Mine - Story Of A Sacred Mountain
The Dongria Kondh are one of India's most remote tribes. They live in Orissa state's Niyamgiri hills and worship a mountain as a God.
As Vedanta Resources, a London-based mining company prepares to destroy their forests and sacred mountain to build a vast open-cast mine