The environment: What the scientists may be
overlooking, by Monte Leach
interview with Benjamin Creme on the relationship between people's attitudes (inner environment) and earth's
the environment will become the number one issue
the impact of Maitreya's work on the planet.
The challenge of the 21st century: the
ecological balance of the world, interview with the Master ñ, by Patricia
Discussion of the factors involved in environmental
degradation, and the steps needed to save the planet.
Closing nuclear reactors and
discovering new energies, by Patricia Pitchon
An interview with a member of earth's Spiritual Hierarchy, about earth's pollution, the role of the
space brothers in salvaging the environment, and a new technology which will provide energy for all human needs.
Fusion, nature's way
A discussion of the import of the "cold
fusion" process discovered by Fleischmann and Pons, if it can be made available to all peoples as an unlimited
source of fuel.
Unveiling the mystery of cold nuclear
fusion, by Connie Hargrave
interview with scientist Russ George, about his view that cold fusion is a nuclear reaction and a legitimate, safe
and low-cost source of energy for the future.
Making the world safe from nuclear
weapons, by Monte Leach
Ambassador to the UN, Richard Butler, tells how the Canberra Commission's work is establishing a practical program
for eliminating world-wide nuclear weapons development and testing.
Environmental crusaders honored
A summary of the work of six activists who have won the Goldman Environmental Prize for
Four shades of green, by Diana Holland
A discussion of the dominant factions in
the environmental movement, plus elucidation of the underlying causes of environmental imbalance which have yet to
A fair share in environmental space, by Adele Meijer
Discussion of a concept by which
assessing earth's natural resources can be used to recommend consumption patterns which ensure sustainable
development as well just distribution of resources world wide.
Religion and science join forces on
the environmental crisis, by Cielito
A report on the World Religions and Ecology Series, sponsored by Harvard University, emphasizing the
urgent need for fundamental change in the way people consume the earth's resources.
A revolution of ideas and action, by Monte Leach
A profile of Goldman Environmental Prize
winner, Andrew Simmons, who mobilizes young people in his native Granada and elsewhere, to become engaged in
shaping the future of their countries.
Nature is our greatest teacher, by Monte Leach
An interview with Goldman Environmental Prize
winner, Tuenjai Deetes, who co-founded the Hill Area Development Foundation to help the hill tribe communities of
northern Thailand. They are now national models of sustainable agriculture and resource conservation.
Saving the Himalayan oaks, by Shirley Nairn
An interview with David Cranwell, a New
Zealander who has undertaken the saving of the Himalayan evergreen oaks of Northern India, which are dying as the
result of soil erosion and deforestation.