I see a world where everyone grows plants without chemicals, the way we Earthlings have done successfully for many thousands of years.

Another video video produced and funded by Jason Robinson & Sustainability Television.

Rex Weyler co-founder of Greenpeace International shares the story of how Greenpeace began as a movement in Vancouver, Canada in the 1970's.

For more info about Rex visit: http://rexweyler.com/
Rex Weyler, Greenpeace, Ecology, Environment, About Greenpeace, Dorothy and Irving Stowe, Ben Metcalfe, Marie and Jim Bohlen, Paul Cote, Bob Hunter, Patrick Moore, Rod Marining

Jan. 2012 - A Galapagos Islands tortoise species known as Chelonoidis elephantopus, thought to be hunted to extinction over 150 years ago, may still be living in the Islands according to a recent Yale University study[1].
Yale researchers from the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology discovered the genetic signature of the C. elephantopus tortoise among blood samples taken from tortoises on Isabela Island, indicating hybridization between species. 

Enjoy a Saturday afternoon with a moderately strenuous (two hours of hiking) snowshoe tour around First Lake and on to Dog Mountain. Learn about local ecology, winter adaptations of wildlife, and the connection between snow and our drinking water supply. After the hike, we'll head indoors for a cup of hot cocoa and an opportunity to discuss the importance of protected watersheds and the future of water management. 
Ages 18+ 
$18 with own snowshoes 
$25.00 includes snowshoe rental 
Registration required, call   604 432-6359 

Saturday, January 14, 2012 - 13:30 to 17:00

From TEDTalks...

"In this inspiring talk about recent developments in biomimicry, Janine Benyus provides heartening examples of ways in which nature is already influencing the products and systems we build."

Related links of interest:

Ask Nature (biomimicry design portal):

The Biomimicry Institute (biomimicry 3.8):