Recorded in Boulder, CO on February 05, 1993. The myriad of environmental crises is well known. Unless a comprehensive healing process is undertaken immediately to restore much of the damage done to the earth, future generations may not have much of a liveable planet left. There is still time to arrest the dangerous trends, but it will require new thinking, innovative approaches and a concerted global effort. David Brower, the legendary environmentalist, died on November 5, 2000. His numerous achievements, over many decades, in defense of the environment are virtually unmatched. He was founder and chair of Earth Island Institute. He served as the Sierra Club’s first executive director and later went on to establish Friends of the Earth and the League for Conservation Voters. He received the UN’s Lifetime Achievement Award and was twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.

ON Alternative Radio | August 8, 2012 | 9:00 am

Visions of the Environmental Movement

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Recorded in Boulder, CO on February 05, 1993. The myriad of environmental crises is well known. Unless a comprehensive healing process is undertaken immediately to restore much of the damage done to the earth, future generations may not have much of a liveable planet left. There is still time to arrest the dangerous trends, but it will require new thinking, innovative approaches and a concerted global effort. David Brower, the legendary environmentalist, died on November 5, 2000. His numerous achievements, over many decades, in defense of the environment are virtually unmatched. He was founder and chair of Earth Island Institute. He served as the Sierra Club’s first executive director and later went on to establish Friends of the Earth and the League for Conservation Voters. He received the UN’s Lifetime Achievement Award and was twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.

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