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“LESSONS FROM THE JUNGLE...”
SPRINGBOARD STORIES ON MANAGEMENT
The following videos illustrate some of my lessons from the jungle:
#1 : This is our BIOSPHERE ...seen from SPACE.
#2 shows that Earth is alive... and very fragile!
#3 tells why we need a healthy Earth to enjoy Life as we know it.
#4 looks at the ENERGY that is animating Life.
#5 shows some of the incredible biodiversity in tiny Costa Rica.
#6 is a variety of critters you are likely to meet on tour in Costa Rica.
#7 sit in the jungle for a few minutes, and enjoy a Symphony Of Sounds.
#8 relates why Nature's management rule is « Altruistic SELF-interest.»
#9 shows how Nature favours teamwork.
#10 highlights some of the jungle’s most wondrous plants.
#11 is a look at some of the stranger fish you’ll ever meet.
#12 introduces a great variety of intra-terrestrial species.
#13 exposes a variety of mushrooms and fungi, telling how they work for us.
#14 is the award winning film « Microcosmos » on the world of insects»
#15 is « Botany Of Desire » which explains the relationship plants and people.
#16 is a beautiful slow motion video on the work of “the pollinators”
#17 explains how and why evolution is creative.
#18 is a fascinating look at the king of the American jungle: The noble jaguar!
#19 shows a symbiotic relationship between humans and dolphins.
#20 is the movie "Thrive" which examines sustainability as a universal code.
#21 is our jungle theme song... Music and lyrics by Randy Newman.
Every storyteller has a point of view... Be sure to claim yours.
My “Lessons from the jungle...” conference series.
The value of the services provided by Earth’s ecosystems and the natural resources needed to produce them are estimated, by conservative measure, to be worth US$33 trillion per year. The GNP (gross national product) of the world is currently about US$18 trillion per year…
So to allow purely economic considerations to weigh-in on other issues makes no sense.
What is most needed - to right the wrongs of the Earth - is empowered leaders who can safeguard the environment as a major consideration.
Let me know what YOU think.