Walter Rhett

The Daily Dialogue: Economists on Occupy; Live Tweeting WWII, Planting Trees/Wangari Maathaii

In Business, Education, National Affairs, War on December 1, 2011 at 4:06 pm

Check out the Occupy movements views of economics by watching this short video.

Occupy Economics from Softbox on Vimeo.

Follow Daily Live Tweets of World War 2

Follow the web’s hottest trend: live tweeting World War II day by day, covering all the battles of World War II with links to primary sources. This important, massive project of war will continue for the next 6 years.

Plant a tree in memory of Wangari Maathai

Click here to see the story, “The Hummingbird,” told by Nobel Winner, Wangari Maathai

When Nobel Peace Laureate Wangari Maathai founded the Green Belt Movement, her goal was to plant 1 billion trees. October 28th, 2011 marks the Green Belt Movement’s launch of theI am the Hummingbird Campaign – a tree planting campaign seeking to honour the memory of Wangari Maathai by realizing her goal of seeing 1 billion trees planted around the world.

Take action to remember Wangari and her extraordinary work for the environment and women’s rights by planting a tree in her memory.  Visit the Green Belt Movement website to share your tree planting on their interactive map. You can also watch her ‘Be a Hummingbird’ video, which inspired the campaign.

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