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Sustainable Living Program, Environment 185, ESLP, Lecture 1, UCLA

Scott Sherman on “Introductions, Footprints, and Empowerment,” as part of theEducation for Sustainable Living Program (ESLP). ESLP is a student designed, student developed, and student facilitated program offered through UCLA’s Institute of the Environment. ESLP runs a Lecture Series which brings guest speakers from UCLA and across the country to speak on specialized subjects including food systems, green business, organic gardens, sustainable living, the green economy, environmental justice, transportation, as well as sustainability projects across Los Angeles. More information can be found at www.eslp-la.com. Scott Sherman is a founder of the Transformative Action Institute (TIA), devoted to training a new generation of social entrepreneurs, innovators, visionaries and problem-solvers for the 21st century. www.transformativeaction.org Some clips and images may have been blurred or removed to avoid copyright infringement. * See all the UCLA Education for Sustainable Living classes in this series: www.youtube.com * See more courses from UCLA: www.youtube.com * See more from UCLA’s main channel on YouTube: www.youtube.com
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Power corrupts, oil corrupts absolutely: “[company name] operations still impossible unless ruthless military operations are undertaken for smooth economic activities to commence” www.remembersarowiwa.com Another reason to avoid this company, if the economics of green weren’t enough: www.guardian.co.uk ** From the docu: crudeimpact.com
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20 comments on “Sustainable Living Program, Environment 185, ESLP, Lecture 1, UCLA

  • she’s beautiful? indeed.. nice discussion…

  • I am running out of? words to say. Hehe.. this is entertaining..

  • lets revolutionize the whole world? – watch zeitgeist addendum and zeitgeist moving forward we can eliminate poverty – debt -polution and war -bring abundant wealth to everyone and keep the earth clean

  • sripathyakasrip

    May 14, 2012 at 3:01 am

    Why is the female lecturer showing cleavage? I don’t respect her as a highly educated, inquisite-minded woman when she had come to a lecture dressed like she was! Sorry, I just don’t! She’s quite pretty on the face & her hair is soft & nicely toned, but there’s? no need to wear a low top! Cover your breasts woman! Have some dignity!

  • Michael? is hot!

  • hard to concentrate in lecture is the? lecturer is so beautiful…!

  • Just a little bit curious if you’d also say that if she wasn’t wearing a very low cut top? (I’m curious, that’s all…not saying you are a bad person because you find someone attractive for whatever reasons you have).

  • themachinegunn

    May 14, 2012 at 4:32 am

    why does? it make a difference if you own ten cars? you can only drive one at a time

  • isis is? beautiful

  • boredwithcoldfeet

    May 14, 2012 at 5:34 am

    They measure for “societal” impacts it says at the quiz website. Having citizenship automatically assigns you your share of? the cost for public services. I see.

  • boredwithcoldfeet

    May 14, 2012 at 6:24 am

    If you take the quiz picking all the sustainable options you still get the rating of 3 earths. There’s no option for “I don’t buy any appliances or even use? appliances” or “I don’t eat any processed foods.”

  • Inspiring!? Scott Sherman rocks!

  • Nigerians are full of slogans and cheering crowds. None of them demonstrate a capacity to do anything for themselves. Oil can be taken off the capped well heads and sold for their own benefit. But they won’t. They prefer to act as agents for rich middle class white kids from the environmental groups who don’t? give a dammn about them in truth. If you want to change things, do it yourself or be a slave all your lives.

  • thirdexodus2008

    May 14, 2012 at 9:09 am

    Its a pity Saro Wiwa woke up too late.If he had known he could have supported Biafra struggle which was meant exactly to fulfil? his dream many years ago.he erroneously supported the enemy side and the same latter killed him.Anyway his support could not assured victory in the face of overwhelming world power arsenals, but he could have stood out as freedom fighter b4 now.

  • these countries rely too much on? oil revenue, build some factories to produce utensils, tupperware, coffee, sugar, fruits, rice, clothes etc

  • thank you! concur.?

  • Fuck the? west…which pretty much means screw myself as well. I hate this continent. I wish i wasn’t trapped here through debt.

  • The poorest part of Nigeria is the Northern Region where majority of the youths? are Almagiris.

  • poverty has increased because they refuse to go to? school…

  • nice? western propaganda….

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