GMOs (or “genetically modified organisms”) are organisms whose genetic material has been artificially manipulated in a laboratory through genetic engineering, or GE. This relatively new science creates unstable combinations of plant, animal, bacteria and viral genes that do not occur in nature or through traditional crossbreeding methods.
Don't miss your chance to get the facts on GMO's Come listen or call in and ask your quetions as we interview Caroline Kinsman of the Non-GMO Project (NonGMOproject.org).
The Non GMO Project is a non-profit organization committed to preserving and building the non-GMO food supply, educating consumers, and providing verified non-GMO choices. We believe that everyone deserves an informed choice about whether or not to consume genetically modified organisms. The Non-GMO Project is governed by a Board of Directors.
We also work with a collaborative network of technical and communications advisers from all backgrounds and sectors.Message us to be part.
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Dead Doctors Don't Lie has sold more than 300 MILLION COPIES! The Author, Dr. Joel WallachThe wrote that best-selling book to declare the truths about natural, whole food nutrition and has battled the government for the right to speak about the health benefits of natural whole food nutrition products.
Since that time Dr. Joel Wallach has become the most sought-after guests and speakers on the subject. He is also the Founder of Youngevity and author of two, alternative health books.
In "Let's Play Doctor," he reviews over 400 diseases and describes his own naturopathic strategies for dealing with each and in his second book, "Rare Earths: Forbidden Cures," he sounds the alarm concerning the lack of minerals in our range and crop soils and demonstrates the relationship between impoverished soils, mineral deficiencies in our diet and degenerative disease.
Join me as we get up close with Dr. Joel Wallch. Get all show info and past shows at ChrisTinney.com
Forget what you thought you already knew about our small planet. Dave Gardner the Director of Growth Busters share how we must learn to live more sustainably or risk serious consequences. This is an interview that I went into thinking I had a grasp of the topic, but I was wrong. Gardner will challenge you with facts and ideas you won’t hear anywhere else.
Dave Gardner is the Director of GrowthBusters: Hooked on Growth, a documentary about overpopulation and growth.
The Movie shows how from Las Vegas to Atlanta, Mexico City to Mumbai, the White House to the Vatican, GrowthBusters we are all focused on growth. He describes it as Wild Kingdom with a twist: the cameras are turned on humanity as our own survival skills are examined. GrowthBusters: Hooked on Growth looks into the psychology of denial and crowd behavior. It explores our obsession with urban and economic growth, and our reluctance to address overpopulation issues head-on and holds up a mirror, encouraging us to examine the beliefs and behaviors we must leave behind – and the values we need to embrace – so our children can survive and thrive.
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The mission of The Humane League, why we exist, is to reduce animal suffering by inspiring change at all levels. This sense of purpose drives every action in our unrelenting march forward for animals.
On this episode, we speak with Jon Camp.Jon is the Vice President of Grassroots, overseeing all grassroots program work and developing The Humane League’s national activist network. He resides in the Washington, DC metro area.
Learn about the vegan victories and the boycotts happening now.
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Tags: Vegan, Vegan Community, Go Vegan, Sustainable Living, Help Animals
We first spoke with Bruce Perlowin the CEO of Hemp, Inc. (OTC symbol HEMP) back in July. Today we circle back and find out more about the first publicly traded company to focus on building and promoting the hemp industry.
In the past year, Hemp Inc. has planted hemp and opened one first seed to a finished product processing plant in the USA. This is a revolutionary time in the hemp industry and Bruce's perspective is always insightful and informative. He was dubbed the "King of Pot" by the FBI more than two decades ago. The CNBC show based on his life, Marijuana Inc, was viewed by more than 23 million people when it first aired and has been aired more than 350 times since then.
In this show, he shares what's happening on the farm in North Carolina, which is now the biggest hemp processing plant in North America, and how Hemp University is empowering everyday people to grow hemp. Bruce shared his passion to bring back the small family farm to the American lanscape.
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When I was a stockbroker specialized in socially responsible investments and investing. At the time most people didn't know what socially responsible investing (SRI) meant.
How we spend our money has a huge impact on the world. At the very least it can have a direct and powerful impact on how companies conduct business. Today's guest, Dean Tinney, has more than 30 years experience in originating, allocating, and managing capital.
Dean has over 30 years experience in originating, allocating, and managing capital. He is the founder and Managing Member of Gama Global Investment Advisors. Gama Global Investment Advisors is named after Vasco de Gama, the Portuguese explorer. Execution and custody for Gama Global Investment Advisors clients are provided by Schwab Institutional Group. Over those years he has helped clients navigate through all kinds of markets. The crash of October 19, 1987, the 1998 collapse of Long-Term Capital Management, the implosion of the dot-com bubble in 2000 & 2001, the financial crisis of 2008, and the May 6, 2010, flash crash. His institutional clients have allocated close to $2 Billion to leading sponsors of private equity, venture capital, and hedge funds.
Black Lives Matter (BLM) originally aired 11/17/2015. I am adding it to my podcast because it is more important today as it was then. It has been one of my most popular shows at ChrisTinney.com
This show is to introduce the Black Lives Matter movement to people that may (like me) not have people they can ask in their life. That alone says a lot about why this show is so needed, yes?
When you hear my guests you will forever have a better understanding of #BlackLivesMatter and the movement whether you agree or not. I hope you get inspired.
JOSHUA EATON -(https://www.joshuaeaton.net/) Joshua is an independent journalist who covers national security, cybersecurity, human rights, and religion. He holds a Master of Divinity from Harvard University and his writings have appeared in the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, the Christian Science Monitor, Al Jazeera America, Salon, GlobalPost and Religion Dispatches. Previously, he has served as the digital producer at the New England Center for Investigative Reporting and editor-in-chief and web editor at Spare Change News. His article below will show you what happens when people stand up for BLM.
KENNY WILEY - (uua.org/directory/people/Kenny-Wiley) Kenny is a UU World senior editor and director of faith formation at Prairie Unitarian Universalist Church in Parker, Colorado. His writings have appeared in the Boston Globe, the Houston Chronicle, and Skyd Magazine. I hope you take the time to read his article.
ARTICLE: March in Ferguson - uuworld.org/articles/home-me
Tags: social justice, build community, lightworkers, Volunteer, protest, be the change
Monsanto doesn't want you to listen to this show! GMOs (or “genetically modified organisms”) are organisms whose genetic material has been artificially manipulated in a laboratory through genetic engineering, or GE. This relatively new science creates unstable combinations of plant, animal, bacteria and viral genes that do not occur in nature or through traditional crossbreeding methods. Don't miss this interview Caroline Kinsman of the Non-GMO Project (NonGMOproject.org).
The Non-GMO Project is a non-profit organization committed to preserving and building the non-GMO food supply, educating consumers, and providing verified non-GMO choices. We believe that everyone deserves an informed choice about whether or not to consume genetically modified organisms. The Non-GMO Project is governed by a Board of Directors. We also work with a collaborative network of technical and communications advisers from all backgrounds and sectors.
Guest Information: Caroline Kinsman
Growing up and working on a family-owned dairy farm in the foothills of Mount Rainier, Caroline Kinsman has strong roots in honest food production. Caroline traded in her childhood milking shifts for a career in marketing and public relations. Caroline is Outreach Manager at NonGMOproject.org. She graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in Journalism / Public Relations and an emphasis in economics. She has kept one foot in farming through the family-owned farm while garnering experience in a wide range of media outlets. In previous roles, Caroline was driven to create award-winning campaigns and repeated placement in notorious publications—such as Sunset Magazine, Aka Skidor, Better Homes & Garden, Powder Magazine, various AAA publications and The Vancouver Sun.
TAGS: organic, sustainable living, grow your own, urban farming and gardening, talk
This week we get Up Close with Dannion Brinkley. Dannion has died three times giving him one of the most unique perspectives on life and life after death and is one of the most sought-after speakers and an International best selling Author. He'll be sharing about his near-death experiences and his work with dying veterans through his nonprofit, "The Twilight Brigade". We'll also get an advance look at his upcoming book, "10 Things You Need to Know Before You Go" Listen in - or call in - to be part of the show.
Dannion Brinkley is the author of The Secrets of the Light, Saved by the Light, and At Peace in the Light. He is loved and respected worldwide for his inspirational lectures on the Near-Death Experience, Palliative and Hospice Care, Complementary and Alternative Healing Practices, and Self-Awareness. Since 1977, Dannion has worked diligently, looking for the best way to integrate conventional and complementary medicine. Having survived numerous brushes with death, Dannion is an expert in the dying process. He was struck twice by lightning and has since survived heart failure, open-heart surgery, ruptured subdural hematomas, brain surgery, and a massive grand mal seizure. That first lightning strike radically changed his life. Dannion became a hospice and nursing home volunteer. In the past 25 years of volunteer service, he has been at the bedside of over 340 people at the point of death, and more than 1200 during their final days, accruing more than 16,000 hours of service. Dannion Brinkley
Food Not Bombs has proven to be an effective project for social change. For the past 35 years, volunteers have served the homeless vegan and vegetarian meals around the world. Often described as a movement it all began when the first volunteers were arrested for feeding the homeless. In this episode we get Up Cose with Keith McHenry, Co-Founder of Food Not Bombs and Author of "Hungry for Peace". Keith will share how it all started and the challenges volunteers face in many states where it's now illegal to feed the homeless. Keith passionately makes the case that we should take action to end hunger, poverty, and war providing shocking evidence that our future is in peril if we sit by and do nothing.
GUEST BIO - Keith McHenry
Artist, activist, and author Keith McHenry co-founded Food Not Bombs in Boston with seven friends in 1980. He enjoyed his childhood living at the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Shenandoah and several other National Parks. Keith studied painting at Boston University and started a graphic design company called Brushfire Graphics. He has recovered, cooked and shared food with the hungry with Food Not Bombs for over 30 years. Keith was arrested "for making a political statement" by sharing vegan meals in San Francisco, spent a total two years in jail and faced 25 years to life in prison. He has written two books including "Hungry for Peace - How you can help end poverty and war with Food Not Bombs." Keith lives with his partner and fellow Food Not Bombs activist, Abbi Samuels, in Santa Cruz, California and at their farm in Taos, New Mexico and tending to their gardens, sharing meals with the hungry, maintaining the movement's websites and helping coordinate logistics for Food Not Bombs.
TAGS: #IncomeInequality #SocialJustice #FoodNotBombs #VeganFoodShare #SharingFood