Shared June 16, 2015
www.greence.com The world is in grave danger. Climate destabilization, rampant industrialization, environmental destruction, pollution, and species extinction are problems significantly impacting our natural world. The environmental movement was launched to protect our natural world, reduce pollution, and to protect animal and plant diversity. This
documentary will focus on neglected pioneers in the environmental movement as well as a few well known figures. Through video interviews and historical vignettes we will explore the work of educators, practitioners, philosophers, and influential harbingers of
change. We will examine how anarchistic ideas, decentralization, and other belief systems have played a role in architecture, urban planning, and in overcoming environmental challenges.
Earth First! The Politics of Radical Environmentalism by Chris Manes (pre-release ver)
Rethinking Civilization - Crash Course World History 201
Understanding Derrida, Deconstruction & Of Grammatology
ONE HIT WONDERLAND: "How Bizarre" by OMC
A Conversation With Anarchist David Graeber
The Dawkins Delusion?
Introduction to Kierkegaard: The Existential Problem
Brandon Sanderson - 318R - #8 (Magic Systems)
Beyond Freakonomics: New Musings on the Economics of Everyday Life
Anarchist Response to PragerU's "Why You Love Capitalism"
Performing Therapy On Yourself: Self-Knowledge and Self-Realization
The Accidental Anarchist | Carne Ross | TEDxSkoll
Testing God - Episode 3 - Credo Ergo Sum
Capitalism and Socialism: Crash Course World History #33
What Is Anarchism? Noam Chomsky on Capitalism, Socialism, Free Markets (2013)
The Well-Read Anarchist - An Introduction to Pierre-Joseph Proudhon
How sanctuary cities actually work
The Anarchist Haven - This Is Christiania
Nietzsche and Thus Spoke Zarathustra: Becoming Gods