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 Techno-Utopianism & the Fate of the Earth 
 Which Way Out? Ingredients of Change
 Jeannette Armstrong,Victoria Tauli-Corpuz,Linda Sheehan,Atossa Soltani,Patrica Gualinga,Shannon Biggs
 Dale Lehman/WZRD  
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(3rd panel) Teach-In on why Technology will not save the world. 45 Scholars, Authors & Activists over two days provide an analysis on why immediate change is required in our thinking,
behavior, values and economies.

"We start with the Primacy of Scale. Not large scale, smale scale. Not global, local. Not faster, slower. Not more, less.
Not top-down, bottom-up. Not private, shared. Not investor-owned, community-owned. Not more tech, less tech. Not meta-economics, micro-economics. Not Competitive, collaborative. Not more trade, less trade. Not more energy, less energy. Not big business, small business. Where do we go from here?" (event program)

Women on the front lines of fightback against the assault of International Capital and government officials tell their stories; they recount their strategies, local successes and detail their determination to defend Nature which is integral with all communities.
International Forum On Globalization -
The International Center For Technology Assessment -
NY Open Center -
The Schumacher Center For New Economics -

see for complete list
Sunday, Oct 26
3rd panel 2:45-4:45pm

Jeannette Armstrong (Okanagan, Canada): Indigenous Economics (0:00-24:39)
Victoria Tauli-Corpuz (Igorot, Philippines), UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (24:46-44:46)
Linda Sheehan,Earth Law Center: Codifying Nature's Rights in Human Law (46:12-1:05:21)
Atossa Soltani (Iran/U.S.), Amazon Watch: Keep the Oil in the Ground (1:05:30-1:30:34)
Patrica Gualinga (Kechwa, Ecuador): Keep the Oil in the Ground (1:30:34-1:53:43)
Shannon Biggs, Global Exchange: Campaigning for Rights of Nature (1:52:43-2:14:33)

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02:14:33 English 2014-10-26
 Cooper Union, New York, NY
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