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Sowing a Culture of Peace for the Earth, Our Home

The Florida Earth Charter Initiative

a blogtalkradio series with Soul Purpose Healing

 

January 12 - Beloved Community World House Climate Conversation  (90-min audio)

  • Jon Ramer, Compassion Games introduces the Martin Luther King - Muhammad Ali Coopetition January 13-17.
  • Rev. Russell Meyer, Florida Council of Churches and Florida Interfaith Climate Action Network 
  • Geoff Ainscow, Conscious Elders Network
  • Rodney Long, Martin Luther King Commission of Florida
  • Sue Blythe, MLK World House Climate Conversation

November 19, 2016 - Sowing a Culture of Peace for the Earth, Our Home  (90-min audio)

  • Jennison Kipp Searcy, Sustainable Floridians at UF
  • Alice Primack, Interfaith Climate Group
  • Sue Blythe, Florida Earth Charter Initiative
  • Mirian Vilela, Earth Charter Center for Education for Sustainable Development, University for Peace, Costa Rica

September 9, 2016 - Climate Challenges  (90-min audio)

  • Dr. Khalifani Rivers, Nutrition: Key to Power
  • Jan Booher, Florida Interfaith Climate Action Network
  • Lanny Smith, Earthman Project
  • Abhaya Thiele, Citizens Climate Lobby 

 

The Florida Earth Charter Initiative:

  • initiated by the Interfaith Climate Group in Gainesville
  • developed at the Sustainable Living Center in Hampton for the Florida Coalition for Peace and Justice, an Earth Charter Affiliate
  • inspired by a course offered at Earth Charter International in Costa Rica, New Paradigm Leadership Using Stories to Inspire 
  • supported and encouraged by the Florida Interfaith Climate Action Network
  • foundational for collaborative stories and games in the FutureFlash! Climate Challenge -- Priority One of the Sustainable World Game.

 

 

 

FutureFlash! Project ... learning to create a sustainable, just and peaceful world

FutureFlash! Project is a nonprofit organization sponsored by the Florida Coalition for Peace and Justice: Sustainable Living Center

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