Walk the Talk Show: A Conversation with Lester Brown.

Via Walk The Talk Show
on Mar 27, 2008
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“If you like challenges, there’s no greater time to be alive.” ~ Lester Brown

If you want to know how people are going to save civilization from ecological disaster, listen to Lester Brown. He’s an environmental policy wonk and advisor to countless heads of state and policy makers. Here’s an excerpt from elephant journal’s extensive interview with Lester Brown regarding some positive headway in the fight against climate change.


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11 Responses to “Walk the Talk Show: A Conversation with Lester Brown.”

  1. […] challenged, respected, inspired. Today, we drove to Denver’s Oxford Hotel and interviewed Lester Brown. And booyyyyy was I inspired. Afterward, we stopped by our green marketeer friends, Mighty Karma, […]

  2. Abhishek Jain says:

    Respected sir,
    I am the student pursuing PG Diploma in Electronic Media from GGSIP University.
    I have worked on some documentaries.
    Now, I am going to make a documentary on Ganga River. I would like to shoe the problems behind melting glaciers especially gangotri glacier in the context of ganga river.
    I read your article about melting glaciers that are affecting in india and china river.
    I would like to know can you help me out in the research part for my documentary so that I’ll be able to get authentic facts n figures.do have some data or material regarding the same.
    Plz let me know as sson as possible.
    Thanking you
    Abhishek Jain
    [email protected]

  3. sumlaude says:

    On top of the very punctual comments and true worries showed in the interview, there is also the terrible fact that using so much petrol is making Muslims richer every day and they have vowed to destroy all countries with different religions and kill every infidel.
    Another worry added…….sorry about that.

  4. […] simply, this is one of the most important books anyone could ever read. Lester Brown addresses climate change as something to be taken seriously, but it is only the tip of the […]

  5. […] For an excerpt of our interview with Lester, click here. […]

  6. […] sake. Because, for all the Green this and Green that talk, things are still getting worse. And, according to experts, we have about one more year—not to slow the expansion of our impact on our ecosystem—but to […]

  7. […] need to change the world, and have a good time doing so. If Lester Brown and his peers are to be believed, we need widespread, coordinating, top-down change—within now […]

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  9. […] make eco-responsible living affordable for those without trust funds. Why? Because our earth is bearing a huge population that likes to consume—but is less happy (studies show) than we were 50 years […]

  10. […] interviewed Lester Brown a year ago. At the time he said media was key, and that we had maybe 2 years before it was too late […]

  11. […] my idol—my interview with him a year or so ago was one of three or four interviews out of hundreds for elephant journal […]