What is Our Problem?

February 23, 2012 at 10:22 am 5 comments

Dr. David Suzuki explains…

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  • 1. P. K. Newby  |  March 7, 2012 at 2:54 pm

    What a great blog you have! I love it! Thanks so much for visiting Play a Good Knife and Fork (http://blog.pknewby.com) and liking today’s video on local farmers’ markets. These are tough problems and the more people talking about them and shedding light on their importance, the better! I’ll echo another comment: Keep on writing! Cheers, PK (@pknewby)

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  • […] Reposted from The Sustainability Puzzel February 23, 2012  […]

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  • 3. logeta  |  March 19, 2012 at 3:46 am

    Reblogged this on ecologicalpoe and commented:
    I believe Dr. Suzuki’s speech doesn’t need any explanation. It is clear, and it is real. Thanks to “The Sustainability Puzzle” for sharing it. I think it’s almost time to talk about Serge Latouche and the undergrowth school.

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  • 4. feastfromtheland  |  April 5, 2012 at 12:38 pm

    i am so excited to see more and more people speaking up about something that matters.

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  • 5. jgwhitener  |  May 12, 2012 at 5:51 am

    Compare what Suzuki is saying to what any politician in the industrialized world ever says. Even children know that something is obviously wrong with any model or philosophy that depends on perpetual growth. But for those we’ve allowed to be in power, growth is the only tool they have. I guess it’s up to ‘the people’ to raise a new model, i.e. sustainability. The politicians and their corporate bedmates never will. Thanks for posting this. I’ll share it with my kids.

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