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    Global Oneness Project 04:42

    Global Oneness Project

    by globalonenessproject (12/14/07) 486 views

    At this time in our planets history a tremendous transformation is taking place, and challenges lie ahead for us all. What is needed to collectively reorient ourselves towards a viable future? How can we help each other live our greater human potential? How can we re imagine our relationship to the world? The Global Oneness Project is exploring these questions with people from all walks of life worldwide. This short film is a retrospective of our journey so far, weaving together many of the insights shared with us. We invite you to visit www.globalonenessproject.org for more films, interviews and ways to get involved.

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    Seva Cafe: Love All, Serve All (New Score) 04:01

    Seva Cafe: Love All, Serve All (New Score)

    by globalonenessproject (12/11/07) 654 views

    Volunteer Anjali Desai explains the vision behind Seva Cafe, a pay-it-forward restaurant in Ahmedabad, India, where each patron makes a donation toward the next person's meal. Devoted to the principle of “think globally, act locally,” Anjali describes how this communal experiment in giving reminds us that every individual act of goodwill resounds in the collective human consciousness.

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    Not Just A Piece Of Cloth (New Score) 07:10

    Not Just A Piece Of Cloth (New Score)

    by globalonenessproject (12/17/07) 1,167 views

    Anshu Gupta is the founder of Goonj, a volunteer-run recycling center in New Delhi. In this short video, Anshu shows how Goonj recycles unused garments to provide clothes, schoolbags, sanitary napkins and a variety of other amenities for India’s poor. Anshu offers a heartfelt appeal to be mindful of the unused clothing taking space in your closet right now, and what a treasure it could be for someone in need.

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    Mathis Wackernagel - 25% More 01:49

    Mathis Wackernagel - 25% More

    by globalonenessproject (11/12/07) 62 views

    Mathis Wackernagel, co-creator of the Ecological Footprint, explains how our current average lifestyle requires more than nature can generate. Mathis offers two possibilities for dealing with this imbalance: live much simpler lifestyles, or radically reduce our population.

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    Mathis Wackernagel - The Ecological Footprint 04:58

    Mathis Wackernagel - The Ecological Footprint

    by globalonenessproject (11/12/07) 861 views

    Mathis Wackernagel, co-creator of the Ecological Footprint, describes how this tool lets us calculate the amount of natural resources necessary to support our collective expenditure. Pointing to our current over-expenditure, he explains how the ecological footprint can help us avoid ecological bankruptcy.

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    Mathis Wackernagel - Our Collective Survival 03:48

    Mathis Wackernagel - Our Collective Survival

    by globalonenessproject (12/3/07) 2,060 views

    Mathis Wackernagel, co-creator of the Ecological Footprint, explains how industrial society treats land as something that belongs to us, and asks, how can we shift back to “belonging to the land”? Despite the economic pressures of our current system, he says, we need to re frame the way we work with the ecological world so that we can benefit life as a whole.

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    A Threat To Living Communities 05:37

    A Threat To Living Communities

    by globalonenessproject (11/12/07) 123 views

    Indian social activist Medha Patkar explains how the economic development model being imposed on India’s farmers is neither inclusive nor sustainable. As natural resources become commodities and farming families lose the capacity to fulfill their own basic needs, Medha believes that the consumerist paradigm may end up destroying living communities.

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    Barrio De Paz (9 Minute Version) 09:17

    Barrio De Paz (9 Minute Version)

    by globalonenessproject (10/16/07) 201 views

    In the barrios of Guayaquil, Ecuador an amazing transformation is taking place. Through the efforts of one woman, rival gangs have formed truces, turned in their weapons and have started working together to rebuild the community.

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    Permaculture 101 03:16

    Permaculture 101

    by globalonenessproject (11/23/07) 2,740 views

    Permaculture expert Penny Livingston-Stark shows how natural systems can teach us better design practices. Learning to work with the earth not only creates a healthier environment, it also nourishes the people who live in it.

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    Barrio De Paz 16:58

    Barrio De Paz

    by globalonenessproject (9/28/07) 448 views

    In the barrios of Guayaquil, Ecuador an amazing transformation is taking place. Through the efforts of one woman, rival gangs have formed truces, turned in their weapons and have started working together to rebuild the community.

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