Show: Maine Social Justice

Episode: 0221 MSJ 11th Annual ESTIA Conference

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Episode Description:

This is but the first part of a five part series on ESTIA, a non-governmental organization dedicated to promoting sustainability through ecopeace. ESTIA President, Emily Markides of the U of M Peace and Reconciliation Program introduced her daughter, Vasia, an artist and film maker doing a documentary on the Famagusta Ecocity Project on Cyprus. This project is aimed at making peace between Turks and Greeks who have lived at odds with each other for years on the island. You’ll also see how the Island of Samso, Denmark weaned themselves 100% off fossil fuels and did it all with local people. 4000 residents invested many millions of dollars to do this over a ten tear period. It has already paid for itself.

Future episodes of ESTIA Conference will cover Native American wisdom, socially inspired architecture and engineering and the nuts and bolts of Maine’s own offshore wind project. Keep watching this access channel for these informative presentations.

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Date SD Episode Video Uploaded: Sunday, November 9, 2014 - 08:07

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