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A Life Well Lived | Jim Whittaker & 50 Years of Everest from eric becker on Vimeo.

Fifty years ago, Jim Whittaker became the first American to summit Mt. Everest.

Directed by Eric Becker.

This film was made possible by support from Seattle University.

Archival footage courtesy Eddie Bauer and The Whittaker Family.

Still Life from ZANDRAK on Vimeo.

"Still Life" is a short film that seeks to find connection between creativity and everyday moments, set against the backdrop of New York City. It was shot guerrilla style with the Phantom Miro and Red Epic.

Interested in Behind the Scenes? Check out our blog for pictures, info, and stories about the adventure which lead to this film!

"Still Life" will be premiering on April 27th at the NFFTY festival in Seattle.

Directed and Shot by Charles Frank and Jake Oleson (
Starring Chris Trindade
Written by Kyle Harper
Voiceover by Beau Stephenson
Produced and Colored by Andrew Hutcheson
Music by Philip Glass & Tony Anderson
Sound Design by Stranded On a Planet Studios (

Special Thanks:
Kelsey Lynn Stokes
Colin Levy

For inquiries, questions, and just to chat:

How to teach … climate change (“kids will suffer the wrath of CC so they have to learn it properly”)

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Climate change is a rich topic to explore in the classroom. From science and geography to politics, it’s an area with roots in a range of subjects and can be a great source for debate

Climate change takes on added significance this week as thousands of people across the UK take part in Climate Week, a national campaign to raise awareness of the issue and steps that can be taken to address it.

This week we have a collection of resources to help your students explore the wider issue of climate change and its potential impact.

For secondary pupils, start with the Met Office’s Guide to Climate Science. It answers a range of questions including: what is weather; what is climate; has our climate changed before; and what could be the impact of future climate change around the world? The guide is accompanied by a Weather and Climate presentation and teacher’s notes. There is also aClimate Zones Poster that helps explain how human activity is leading to changes in weather and climate.

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Awareness-based collective action leadership!Collective Mindfulness: The Leader’s New Work! 
- by Otto Scharmer
Collective sleepwalking results…View Post

Awareness-based collective action leadership!

Collective Mindfulness: The Leader’s New Work! 
- by Otto Scharmer

Collective sleepwalking results…

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Rights of Nature and an Earth Community Economy!Around the world, we are seeing the emergence of creative alternatives to destructive economic…View Post

Rights of Nature and an Earth Community Economy!

Around the world, we are seeing the emergence of creative alternatives to destructive economic…

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TYPHOON HAIYAN (Yolanda) Tacloban Appeal from Marco D. Biemann on Vimeo.

More than a month after the typhoon HAIYAN (Yolanda) hit the Philippines.

Music by: MOBY

Future of Collaborative Enterprise Teaser from Future of Collaboration on Vimeo.

This is the teaser from the “Future of Collborative Enterprise” project. Find out more at

Nostalgic: Paul Genovese from Mind Spark Cinema on Vimeo.

I was born and raised in the small valley town of Fernie, British Columbia. I started riding bikes at an early age and became addicted almost instantly. Even though I’ve spent the majority of my last few seasons traveling and riding unreal spots, I still find myself becoming homesick if I am away from my home turf for too long.

My idea for this video was to re-visit some classic Fernie zones and create some new features to get down on. When Mind Spark and Harookz said they were keen to come shoot, I knew it had to be the perfect Fernie experience. We couldn’t have asked for better weather and I got lucky on a couple bad crashes. Overall, it was one of the best weeks of my life.

The features shown took weeks of hard work from myself and my close friends Dylan Siggers and Matt Dennis - huge thanks to those two homies. Also I can’t thank Mind Spark and Harookz enough for their time!

Song: “Another Galaxy” - Natti

Learn to be Nelson Mandela!Find Your Inner Mandela: A Tribute and Call to Action!
HBR – Find Your Inner Mandela: A Tribute and…View Post

Learn to be Nelson Mandela!

Find Your Inner Mandela: A Tribute and Call to Action!

HBR – Find Your Inner Mandela: A Tribute and…

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Typhoon Haiyan from Janssen Powers on Vimeo.

Natural disasters are grizzly things. There’s no two ways about it. With little warning they appear, and when they leave they almost always take lives with them. There’s no one to blame, and often times there’s little that can be done in terms of preparation. After typhoon Haiyan destroyed the Philippines I was asked to document the aftermath. Naturally, I intended to capture a story of destruction. What I found however, was a story of resilience.

I hope this story encourages you to be thankful for what you have. Not just that you have a good job or a nice car, but simply thankful that you’re alive and have people around you to share your life with.

Directed & Edited by Janssen Powers |
Filmed on: Red Scarlet-x
Music: Tony Anderson- Diana & Rise (feat. Salomon Ligthelm)

A New U.S. Grand Strategy - Innovation’s Next Frontier

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knowledgEnabler's insight:

An important strategic imperative for the U.S. via David Cooperider (founder of Appreciative Inquiry and consultant to many institutions): 

finding a new vision to lead a shared meaning and narrative for the world. Long read, I cannot do justice to his words.

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If a picture paints a thousand words, then why can’t I paint you!Once Upon a Tragedy: A PhotoStory of When Haiyan Struck the Philippines- by Carla Marez Peruelo (Wa…View Post

If a picture paints a thousand words, then why can’t I paint you!

Once Upon a Tragedy: A PhotoStory of When Haiyan Struck the Philippines
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Weatherwatch: Carbon released in the Phil might never be recovered - The Guardian (“more coming”)

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The Guardian
Weatherwatch: Carbon released in the Philippines might never be recovered
The Guardian
Millions of uprooted trees will bump up global warming, by adding carbon to the atmosphere.

Meanwhile, Haiyan has brought environmental disaster too. Millions of uprooted trees will bump up global warming, by adding carbon to the atmosphere. It is too early to say how much carbon, but calculations for previous tropical cyclones show the figures can be huge. In 2005Hurricane Katrina released an estimated 105 teragrams of carbon (well over half the amount absorbed annually by forests in the US), by tearing up around 320m trees. Haiyan’s tally may be even higher, as the Philippines has greater average tree cover than the eastern US.

But longer term forest regrowth may recapture the lost carbon. A recent study published in Environmental Research Letters shows that hurricane activity caused a net release of carbon in the eastern United Statesduring the latter half of the 19th century (due to a string of large storms and the existence of larger forests), but became a carbon sink by the 20th century (as regrowth outweighed hurricane damage).

Climate projections suggest tropical cyclones may become stronger and more frequent over coming decades. If that is the case then the carbon released by Haiyan and subsequent cyclones may never be recovered.

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