The Earth Alive Film Series launched in Vancouver on 24 February as part of the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF). The talks and movies that week intended to initiate a better understanding of what can be done to halt the destruction of ecosystems and biodiversity, and stimulate the desire for all to be part of an ever growing social movement promoting justice, peace and sustainability. Earth Alive is a partnership of VIMFF, One Earth, the H.R.MacMillan Space Centre and the David Suzuki Foundation. Watch an English or French preview of Sustainability Productions / One Earth’s own video series online.
In May, Professor Bill Rees was awarded one of five $225,000 Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Fellows Prizes, given for outstanding contributions to the social sciences and humanities in Canada and around the world. “The 2007 Fellows reflect the Trudeau Foundation’s commitment to making Canada a leader in fostering bold new research and ideas in the social sciences and humanities,” said P.-G. Forest, President of the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation. “Trudeau Foundation Fellows are advancing knowledge of crucial societal issues across borders and disciplines.”
Emmanuel gave a Guest Expert seminar about cities working towards sustainability in Europe at the Sustainable Building Centre in Vancouver, February 2007. He showed the videos of best practices in Sweden, Germany and the UK that he produced as part of the Sustainability Productions video series, partnered with One Earth. This event was sponsored by Light House Sustainable Building Centre and Cascadia Green Building Council.
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