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Food & Farming in Phoenix: A Story of Three Urban Farms
 
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Three urban farmers from Phoenix, Arizona, discuss the opportunities and challenges of growing food in an urban setting. Featuring Justin Rohner, CEO and Founder of Agriscaping Technologies; Darren Chapman, CEO and Founder of TigerMountain Foundation; and Ken Singh, Owner and Operator of Singh Farms. The three farmers present a panel discussion December 3, 2015, in Tempe, Arizona. Learn more: http://bit.ly/1X3k58L Video produced by Mark Ahn Creative Services. Music used under license from Envato Market at audiojungle.net. Title: Soft Acoustic. Artist: ElixirSoundStudio.
"Biopiracy: The Patenting of Seeds" by Vandana Shiva
 
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October 30, 2014 | Dr. Vandana Shiva warns of the dangers of patenting seeds.
Module 2 | Profitable Small-Scale Farming: Essential Tools and Techniques
 
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Organic farmer, author, and educator Jean-Martin Fortier hosts a workshop at ASU on profitable small-scale farming. This event was made possible by ASU's Food Systems Transformation Initiative in collaboration with University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Steadfast Farm and National Young Farmer's Coalition. The workshop took place on October 30, 2015 and corresponds with Fortier's book, "The Market Gardener." This is Module 2 of 9.
Module 1 | Profitable Small-Scale Farming: Essential Tools and Techniques
 
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Organic farmer, author, and educator Jean-Martin Fortier hosts a workshop at ASU on profitable small-scale farming. This event was made possible by ASU's Food Systems Transformation Initiative in collaboration with University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Steadfast Farm and National Young Farmer's Coalition. The workshop took place on October 30, 2015 and corresponds with Fortier's book, "The Market Gardener." This is Module 1 of 9.
Module 7 | Profitable Small-Scale Farming: Essential Tools and Techniques
 
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Organic farmer, author, and educator Jean-Martin Fortier hosts a workshop at ASU on profitable small-scale farming. This event was made possible by ASU's Food Systems Transformation Initiative in collaboration with University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Steadfast Farm and National Young Farmer's Coalition. The workshop took place on October 30, 2015 and corresponds with Fortier's book, "The Market Gardener." This is Module 7 of 9.
Module 6 | Profitable Small-Scale Farming: Essential Tools and Techniques
 
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Organic farmer, author, and educator Jean-Martin Fortier hosts a workshop at ASU on profitable small-scale farming. This event was made possible by ASU's Food Systems Transformation Initiative in collaboration with University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Steadfast Farm and National Young Farmer's Coalition. The workshop took place on October 30, 2015 and corresponds with Fortier's book, "The Market Gardener." This is Module 6 of 9.
Module 5 | Profitable Small-Scale Farming: Essential Tools and Techniques
 
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Organic farmer, author, and educator Jean-Martin Fortier hosts a workshop at ASU on profitable small-scale farming. This event was made possible by ASU's Food Systems Transformation Initiative in collaboration with University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Steadfast Farm and National Young Farmer's Coalition. The workshop took place on October 30, 2015 and corresponds with Fortier's book, "The Market Gardener." This is Module 5 of 9.
"India’s Green Revolution: More Harm Than Good" by Vandana Shiva
 
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October 30, 2014 | Dr. Vandana Shiva explains the harms caused by India's "green revolution."
Module 4 | Profitable Small-Scale Farming: Essential Tools and Techniques
 
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Organic farmer, author, and educator Jean-Martin Fortier hosts a workshop at ASU on profitable small-scale farming. This event was made possible by ASU's Food Systems Transformation Initiative in collaboration with University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Steadfast Farm and National Young Farmer's Coalition. The workshop took place on October 30, 2015 and corresponds with Fortier's book, "The Market Gardener." This is Module 4 of 9.
"Environmentalism of the Poor vs. Environmentalism of the Rich" by Sunita Narain
 
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March 27, 2013 | Climate change is making the world populations, particularly the poor, more vulnerable. Globally, we are failing to reduce emissions at the scale and pace needed. In this video, environmentalist and writer Sunita Narain talks about the environmentalism of the poor and shares ideas on how to reinvent growth that is affordable, sustainable, and inclusive.
Module 3 | Profitable Small-Scale Farming: Essential Tools and Techniques
 
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Organic farmer, author, and educator Jean-Martin Fortier hosts a workshop at ASU on profitable small-scale farming. This event was made possible by ASU's Food Systems Transformation Initiative in collaboration with University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Steadfast Farm and National Young Farmer's Coalition. The workshop took place on October 30, 2015 and corresponds with Fortier's book, "The Market Gardener." This is Module 3 of 9.
"Fighting for Their Livelihood: The Environmentalism of the Poor" by Sunita Narain
 
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March 27, 2013 | Environmentalist and writer, Sunita Narain, discusses the high stakes communities in poverty face with regard to environmental degradation.
Module 9 | Profitable Small-Scale Farming: Essential Tools and Techniques
 
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Organic farmer, author, and educator Jean-Martin Fortier hosts a workshop at ASU on profitable small-scale farming. This event was made possible by ASU's Food Systems Transformation Initiative in collaboration with University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Steadfast Farm and National Young Farmer's Coalition. The workshop took place on October 30, 2015 and corresponds with Fortier's book, "The Market Gardener." This is Module 9 of 9.
"Future of Food: Dictatorship or Democracy?" by Vandana Shiva
 
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October 30, 2014 | Dr. Vandana Shiva discusses how the future of the planet is intimately linked to the future of food, both because everyone must eat and because industrial agriculture has the largest impact on ecosystems and our health. Trained in physics and philosophy, Dr. Vandana Shiva is renowned for her activism against GMOs, globalization, and patents on seeds and traditional foods. She co-founded Navdanya, which promotes seed saving and organic farming and has more than 70,000 farmer-members. She is the recipient of the 1993 Alternative Nobel Peace Prize (the Right Livelihood Award) and has authored several bestselling books.
"Climate Change: No Breakthroughs Needed" by Amory Lovins
 
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March 6, 2014 | Amory Lovins describes how we can remove the barriers to renewable energy—to save our climate, protect our economy, and restore our energy security. Lovins is widely considered among the world’s leading authorities on energy—especially its efficient use and sustainable supply—and a fertile innovator in integrative design and in super-efficient buildings, factories, and vehicles. He is the chief scientist for Rocky Mountain Institute, an independent, entrepreneurial, nonprofit think-and-do tank™ that “drives the efficient and restorative use of resources, creating a world thriving, verdant, and secure, for all, for ever.”
Module 8 | Profitable Small-Scale Farming: Essential Tools and Techniques
 
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Organic farmer, author, and educator Jean-Martin Fortier hosts a workshop at ASU on profitable small-scale farming. This event was made possible by ASU's Food Systems Transformation Initiative in collaboration with University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Steadfast Farm and National Young Farmer's Coalition. The workshop took place on October 30, 2015 and corresponds with Fortier's book, "The Market Gardener." This is Module 8 of 9.
Project Cities: An ASU Sustainable City Year Program
 
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The Educational Partnerships for Innovation in Communities Network (EPIC-N) creates a partnership between university resources and city needs, allowing students to research and complete real projects for the places that they live. EPIC programs enable places to tap into the talents and energy of college students and faculty in order to accomplish critical projects. This working relationship between cities and higher education institutions puts student talent to work in order to strengthen communities. This video explains more about the EPIC model and Arizona State University's involvement in the program through Project Cities, a program of the Sustainable Cities Network's Project .
Sustainability Scientists and Scholars - Transcending Academic Disciplines
 
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Arizona State University is one of the best places anywhere to conduct use-inspired, transdisciplinary research. The university's 350+ Sustainability Scientists, Scholars and Fellows represent a breadth of academic disciplines from across ASU and beyond. Together, they are accelerating the pace of discovery in the field of sustainability. This video was presented at the second annual meeting of Sustainability Scientists and Scholars, held at ASU September 17, 2015. Video produced by Mark Ahn Creative Services. Music used under license from Pond5.com. Title: Business (Commercial Background). Artist: Audiomarket.
"The Second Green Revolution: A Food Dictatorship" by Vandana Shiva
 
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October 30, 2014 | Dr. Vandana Shiva describes the perils of India's "second green revolution."
"Who is Responsible for Climate Change?" by Naomi Oreskes
 
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April 22, 2013 | Naomi Oreskes has a long-standing interest in understanding the establishment of scientific consensus and the role and character of scientific dissent. For the past decade, she has primarily been interested in the problem of human-caused climate change. She has won numerous prizes, including the 2011 Climate Change Communicator of the Year. In this lecture, Oreskes shares insights from her book, "Merchants of Doubt," which chronicles the extensive political connections and campaigns that have denied well-established scientific facts about tobacco, acid rain, DDT, and climate change.
"A Living Future: How We’ll Live and Work in the Communities of the Future" - Q&A by Jason McLennan
 
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September 20, 2016 | In this engaging presentation, Jason McLennan discussed cutting-edge trends in the building industry with examples from some of the world’s greenest buildings. Filled with case studies, stories, and examples, McLennan talked about emerging trends in energy, transportation, water, waste, and more. Instead of a dystopian vision of the future, McLennan sees the possibility of a future filled with abundance and a road map through the current ecological bottleneck. Here is the Q&A that followed Jason McLennan's lecture.
Creating a More Resilient and Sustainable Tempe
 
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November 10, 2016 | In 2016, the City of Tempe was selected as one of ten pilot cities for the National League of Cities (NLC) Leadership in Community Resilience Program. The program empowers cities to discuss the concept of resilience as well as engage with NLC and other pilot cities about long-term thinking, policy and practice. In November 2016, the City of Tempe hosted a half-day resilience event for city executives. The workshop included an interactive resilience game for city leaders, designed by researchers from Arizona State University.
"Sustainable Values vs. Situational Values" by Thomas Friedman
 
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February 26, 2015 | Children born of the Great Depression lived by sustainable values, living within their means, says New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman. Their children, however, formed values that say "do whatever the situation allows." In this clip of his February 2015 Wrigley Lecture at Arizona State University, Friedman points to negative consequences of the latter.
School of Sustainability by the Numbers
 
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September 2018 | Dean Boone welcomes 505 undergraduate students and 200 graduate students -- both in person and online -- representing 23 countries and 42 U.S. states plus the District of Columbia. This video includes announcements of study away and study abroad opportunities, news of Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems, plus some great forthcoming degree opportunities in collaboration with Thunderbird School of Global Management and the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at ASU.
"Effectively Communicating Science in a Policy Era of Alternative Facts" by Krauss and  Weinstein
 
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February 14, 2017 | Lawrence Krauss, internationally renowned theoretical physicist and Director of the Origins Project at Arizona State University, and James Weinstein, the Dan Cracchiolo Chair in Constitutional Law at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law College of Law at ASU, present a keynote at Second Nature's 2017 Presidential Climate Leadership Summit.
"Complex Systems Theory, Sustainability, and Innovation" by  Sander van der Leeuw
 
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November 15, 2012 | Humans have so deeply impacted our world that the study of the evolution of societies cannot be separated from the study of environmental change. In this talk, 2012 United Nations Champion of the Earth and School of Sustainability Dean Sander van der Leeuw outlines the three phases of human innovation in the processing of matter, energy, and information and the ever-greater environmental actions which led to this point. Van der Leeuw argues for the need of a societal shift to a focus on sustainability and innovation that includes awareness of consequences.
"Inequality and Environmental Degradation: An Undeniable Link" by Julian Agyeman
 
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April 15, 2014 | Julian Agyeman explores the relationship between inequality and a degrading environment.
"The Noosphere: The Planet of the Mind" by Andy Revkin
 
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February 2, 2011 | Dot Earth Blog author Andy Revkin and ASU Sustainability Scientist Brad Allenby discuss the noosphere and the idea that information is becoming an important global resource.
Sustainability in Science Museums Fellowship
 
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The Sustainability in Science Museums initiative is launching two programs in 2015 - sustainABLE demonstration kits for science museums and a fellowship for science museum professionals.
Course Tour: Custom Sustainability Training Program for the EPA
 
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April 18, 2017 | This online sustainability training course is designed specifically for EPA employees. The training provides valuable tools to effectively integrate sustainable practices and principles throughout the agency.
Transformative Education for Sustainability
 
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Arizona State University's School of Sustainability is changing the way its students learn. Professor David Manuel-Navarette and Sustainability Master's graduate Neda Movahed discuss the School's International Development and Sustainability Class (SOS 322) and its unorthodox methods to help students realize their role in the future of sustainability.
"Assessing the Options: Choosing a Climate Change Strategy" by Andy Revkin
 
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February 2, 2011 | Dot Earth Blog author Andy Revkin and ASU Sustainability Scientist Brad Allenby discuss the pros and cons of different methods to combat climate change.
"The Way We Eat: Why Our Food Choices Matter" by Peter Singer
 
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April 28, 2008 | Peter Singer has been called “the world’s most influential living philosopher,” by The New Yorker and Time Magazine listed him in “The Time 100,” their annual listing of the world’s 100 most influential people. Singer specializes in practical ethics, approaching ethical issues mostly from a preference utilitarian perspective. Dr. Singer supports and is actively involved in several humanitarian organizations worldwide, including Oxfam, an organization that works directly with local grass roots organizations in developing countries, and supervises the way its money is used to prevent corruption and waste. He is also the President of Animals Rights International and Chair in the Board of Directors of The Great Ape Project, and has published over twenty books.
"Protectors, not Protesters: Combating Alternative Facts" by Winona LaDuke
 
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March 23, 2017 | Winona LaDuke, internationally renowned activist, explains how to promote your cause and fight false reporting.
"When Reducing is Not Enough:The Problem with Efficiency" by William McDonough
 
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February 21, 2012 | Architect and author William McDonough indicates innovative design should be the focus of environmental conservation instead of merely reducing poorly-made products.
Lesson 02 - Defining Sustainability
 
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National Sustainability Teachers' Academy, Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives Find our more about the Teachers' Academy at sustainabilitysolutions.asu.edu/teachersacademy
"Science is Not Enough: How to Make Climate and Sustainability Cool Again" by Frank Sesno
 
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September 22, 2011 | Professor and former White House correspondent Frank Sesno explores the deepening skepticism around climate science and the new roles that universities, media, and the concerned public must play if we are to move from stalemate to solutions. A former anchor, White House correspondent, and interview host with CNN, Sesno is also a nationally renowned moderator, engaging some of the world’s leading personalities, from five American presidents, to Yasser Arafat, Margret Thatcher, and Walter Cronkite. He is also the host and creator of Planet Forward, an innovative web-television initiative as seen on PBS.
The Development of Sustainability Education at ASU - A Case Study
 
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Arizona State University created the nation's first School of Sustainability, fully devoted to educating students of the methods used to solve real-world environmental, economic, and social problems. A decade later (2015), researchers try to understand how the School of Sustainability has developed to graduate hundreds of change agents.
Leah Gerber at forefront of global biodiversity policy
 
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August 15, 2016 | Arizona State University sustainability scientist Leah Gerber has been named coordinating lead author for the IPBES -- Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services -- a panel of scientists who will review the massive body of scientific literature around biodiversity and ecosystem services and organize the combined knowledge into a report that is relevant and accessible to decision makers.
"America’s Oil: A History of Foreign Dependence" by Jay Hakes
 
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September 11, 2008 | Author and speaker Jay Hakes recounts the nation's history with foreign oil.
"The Science of Plastic: A Persistent Problem" by Dianna Cohen
 
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October 5, 2015 | Dianna Cohen, CEO and Co-Founder of the Plastic Pollution Coalition, details why plastic pollution is such an insidious problem.
"A Better Way: The Humane Market Shift" by Wayne Pacelle
 
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March 24, 2016 | Wayne Pacelle, President and CEO of the Humane Society of the US, demonstrates how we can shift our market to demand more humane solutions.
"How Students Can Revitalize the Rural Economy" by Tom Vilsack
 
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U.S.D.A. Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack, explains the role of today's students in revitalizing the rural economy by using their compassion and dedication to feed the world.
Arianne Cease - Finding Sustainable Solutions to Locusts
 
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Arianne Cease is a biologist and sustainability scientist at Arizona State University. She leads a global team of researchers and on-the-ground stakeholders who are trying to find a way to manage devastating locust outbreaks in order to improve food security and maintain farmer livelihoods.
"The Merchants of Doubt: The Denial of Tobacco and the Denial of Climate Change" by Naomi Oreskes
 
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April 22, 2013 | Naomi Oreskes, the 2011 Climate Change Communicator of the Year. and author of "Merchants of Doubt," recounts the roots of climate change "doubt-mongering" and how it can we can overcome it.
"Circular Economy: A Model for the Future" by Kate Brandt
 
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November 7, 2017 | In this Wrigley Lecture excerpt, Google's Kate Brandt discusses the importance and future implications of a circular economy.
"How to Win the War on Global Warming: Sustainability in San Francisco" by Jared Blumenfeld
 
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April 28, 2009 | Jared Blumenfeld, former director of San Francisco’s Department of the Environment, explains how to cut down on the confusion surrounding global warming and apply effective solutions.
"Google: Searching for a Circular Transition" by Kate Brandt
 
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November 7, 2017 | Kate Brandt is the lead for sustainability at Google. In this talk, Brandt discusses Google's role in advancing the principles of a circular economy and the innovative opportunities it brings.
"The Impact of What We Eat: Food as an Ethical Choice" by Peter Singer
 
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April 28, 2008 | Philosopher Peter Singer explains how our food choices impact the world we live in, and how we can make better choices for animals and for the planet as a whole.