https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bg975X5xzUk ‘The best news pieces are the ones where you can just feel the joy of the journalists. Even if it’s a terrible subject, something like maximum security prisons. You can feel that they learned it so hard and want so badly for you to understand these specific facts, and you respond with ‘Alright, I… Continue reading Madeleine Thompson
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LnhiwcwAWZk "For me traveling is, in an almost literal way, expanding the map of the world I have in my head. Both seeing what different places are like but also getting a better perspective of where I am and what I can do from where I am and how that relates to the rest of… Continue reading Jesse Rieb
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wR-i3T52YBg "I really feel like 'children are the future': changing lifestyle patterns of adults is a little unrealistic and impossible these days, but giving kids experiences in nature, building and doing things themselves allows them to value more nature-based lifestyles and have the confidence and creativity to break from the status quo more and that's… Continue reading Krystyna Oszkinis
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14zSX5cdwog "Sustainable communities are both socially and environmentally sustainable, but they're also resilient. It's a place where people can grow and be appreciated for who they are, but also share that with other people, and support other people at the human level. And there's also an inherent appreciation for how natural resources can enhance communities… Continue reading Katie Williamson
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enjenmLQvVE "It boils down to a concern for others, as opposed to a total focus on one's own welfare. The building of a safety net, taxes, redistribution of wealth. My view is, the only way that 100 percent of people are going to contribute to the safety net is through government action, and therefore government… Continue reading Britt Pendergrast Part 2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ER_9QkeLTpE Andrew Pendergrast "With classical music, they were dependent on leaders and patrons to be able to support their work, but I don't really think that's necessary. All you really need is people who want to play. and if you can bring enough of them together, the rest will work itself out. That's what I… Continue reading Andrew Pendergrast
"I think a good first step, and we're making good progress, is for more people to have an increased appreciation for how humans and their natural environment: forests and agricultural systems and marine systems, and the atmosphere of planet earth, all interact with each other. We've always known that the climate influences us. It's a new realization that we influence the climate"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxNcfa83mhw "I simply wrote a letter to Jimmy Carter saying 'I have left my career as a manufacturer, where I was a small-time despoiler of the environment. I've read about your great work in the environment, in blocking the Army Corps of Engineers' channelization program of our streams in Georgia, and I would like to… Continue reading Britt Pendergrast (Part 1)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVejB5uPYrk "You know, I so much live in the day. My thoughts aren't very oceanic, they're pretty much confined to small spaces, and that feels ok to me. Time is fleeting, and it feels more and more that way. I just live in the moment"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcKq4bCjnNk "I think that the purpose of art is to bring everyone together and remind everyone that, at our core, we all have the same desires and the same needs. Art breaks down all the things that everyone thinks are so different and gives people reason to hate one another. I think it's a really… Continue reading Peyton Bristol