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Dr. Thomas Lovejoy, is the father of "biodiversity". He advises Presidents and the World Bank. Thomas Lovejoy visits Radio Ecoshock. Next science vs. spirituality with Dr. Carolyn Baker She says: go positive in a negative world. Alex investigates why millions of people in America, Europe & Australia can't come up with $500.
Interviews by Alex Smith for Radio Ecoshock
Song "Mother Nature" by Kukulcan with permission of the artists.
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Back in 1980, Dr. Thomas E. Lovejoy introduced the term "biological diversity" to the world. He's currently a professor at George Mason University, and the Biodiversity Chair at the Heinz Center. Dr. Lovejoy has advised the United Nations, the World Bank, and 3 past Presidents. Beyond that, he's a tireless advocate for endangered ecosystems that have no voice of their own.
Next we talk about "The Really Big Transition: Saying Goodbye To The Enlightenment, Saying Hello To Consciousness". The author is a friend of this program, Carolyn Baker. Actually, that is Dr. Carolyn Baker. She has been a psychotherapist in private practice, and former adjunct professor of history and psychology. Carolyn now lives in Colorado, and is active with the Transition movement there.
Plus, Alex rants about the big balloon of debt poised against the knife edge of millions in poverty. In America, Canada, the UK, and Australia, millions of people can't even come up with $500. Maybe that's you or someone you know.
The stats are shocking, and it can't end well. What happened to the Middle Class dream?