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This page of EcoIQTV.com is an index of videos, including presentations, presentation excerpts, panel discussions, documentary and online interviews, TV appearances, and eco-performances, for speakers, performers and authors with last names starting with "E."

The Eco-Tones

"" Sustainable Living: Concerts With A Conscience. Performance sampler by The Eco-Tones. Multi-media performances that weave together practical ideas for satisfying and sustainable living with music that is both entertaining and thought provoking. About 4 minutes. Play Video >> More about The Eco-Tones >>

Paul Ehrlich

Politics, Consumption & The Human Future. Presentation by Paul Ehrlich. Summarizes the arguments made in his book, coauthored with Anne Ehrlich, One With Nineveh: Politics, Consumption, and the Human Future. He argues that overpopulation, over-consumption, and political and economic inequities are causing severe environmental and societal degradation. He recommends urgent and achievable political reforms in the United States and worldwide. About 1 hour. Play Video >> More about Paul Ehrlich >>

Population, Environment, and the Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere. Presentation by Paul Ehrlich. As our population passes 7 billion, Ehrlich warns against the "myths" of limitless population and economic growth. He makes four points. First, we are a small group animal, genetically and culturally attuned to existing with 50-150 other people, now trying to live in a group of seven billion. Second, that the planet is vastly overpopulated, possibly by as much as four times the long-term carrying capacity. Third, the myth that population and economic growth have no limits is dangerous. And fourth, the idea that incremental change will save us is comforting but also dangerous. About 77 minutes. Play Video >> More about Paul Ehrlich >>

Can a Collapse of Global Civilization Be Avoided? Presentation by Paul Ehrlich. An array of interconnected problems is moving a global civilization toward collapse. Driven by increasing overpopulation and over consumption by the rich, these problems include climate disruption, loss of ecosystem services, global poisoning, depletion of resources (especially soils and groundwater), and the threat of vast famines, epidemics and resource wars. Only a concerted effort to reduce the scale of society and focus much more attention on agriculture and equity seems likely to much improve the human prospect. About 52 minutes. Play Video >> More about Paul Ehrlich >>

Duane Elgin

What Is The Life Stage Of The Human Family? Presentation excerpt by Duane Elgin. How grown up do you think humanity is? When you look at human behavior around the world and then imagine our species as one individual, how old would that person be? A toddler? A teenager? A young adult? An elder? About 3 minutes. Play Video >>  | Play QuickTime >> More about Duane Elgin >>

Living In A Living Universe. Presentation excerpts by Duane Elgin. Explores our existence and the idea of living in a living universe. He discusses both scientific and spiritual perspectives, from cosmological dark energy to Native American beliefs. About 3 minutes. Play Video >> More about Duane Elgin >>

Christine Ervin

The Exuberant World of Green Building. Presentation excerpt by Christine Ervin. Explains how green buildings can be part of the solution for global warming, and describes green building, LEED certification, and how green buildings are becoming the norm. About 7 minutes. Play Video >> | Play QuickTime >> More about Christine Ervin >>

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