2011 Bioneers Conference

2011 Bioneers Conference

Bioneers – Revolution From the Heart of Nature
Oct 14-16, 2011
Marin Center in San Rafael, CA

2011 Bioneers ConferenceBioneers is inspiring a shift to live on Earth in ways that honor the web of life, each other and future generations.

Each year, the Bioneers headwaters conference in California attracts about 3,000 people from diverse disciplines and walks of life including social entrepreneurs, scientists, NGO leaders, women leaders, educators, indigenous leaders, students, business leaders, public servants, artists, media-makers and engaged citizens. The keynotes are transmitted to local communities across the U.S. and sometimes abroad (20 with 9,000 people in 2010), serving as a focal point to build community to enact local solutions.

Just Say No to GMO Rap song

Just Say No to GMO music video and song by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, editor of NaturalNews.com. Written and performed by Mike Adams, this song exposes the lies of the GMO biotech industry, specifically mentioning Monsanto and genetically modified corn. It also features rap lined from Jeffrey Smith of the Institute for Responsible Technology, author of Seeds of Deception.

Green the Sporting Green

San Francisco Giants - Greening MLB

San Francisco Giants - Greening MLBThere’s a lot of energy and (typically) waste at college and professional sporting events, but a new trend in professional sports is to be more environmentally conscious. Just like other business sectors it’s becoming obvious in sports that the benefits are robust, from saving thousands of dollars on energy, waste, and water bills to creating new sponsorship opportunities and enhancing brand value with corporate social responsibility in addition to the feel good environmental benefits for fans, employees and shareholders.

According the NRDC website,

They’ve (professional sports) teamed up with NRDC to examine everything ranging from their purchasing decisions to transportation choices, energy use, and waste management policies, looking for ways to reduce their environmental impact. And they’re encouraging fans to do the same online and in their stadiums and arenas.

NCAA Sports are getting behind green events and the NRDC is also participating in the Green Sports Alliance, a forward looking alliance of Professional Sports Franchises committed to improving their environmental performance.