Thursday, September 17, 2009

Healthy soils, setting standards & leading a fulfilling life


-- Conscious Discussions Talk Radio --


Today's featured guest is Stan Goldberg who has a vast amount of volunteer experiences working with those who are dying and he is here today to share with us how he has learned to live more fully by working in this venue. Stan is the author of 6 published books including: Lesson for the Living - a compassionate and inspiring memoir of this journey. Professionally, he is a Professor Emeritus of Communicative Disorders at San Francisco State University with a Ph.D. in Speech Pathology, a Masters in Political Theory, and a Bachelors in Philosophy. For over 25 years he taught, provided therapy, researched, and published in the area of learning problems and change. Dr. Goldberg has written numerous articles and delivered over 100 lectures and workshops throughout the United States, Latin America and Asia. In 2009 he was named by the Hospice Volunteer Association as Volunteer of the Year.

Join us for this valuable, informative and touching discussion on how to live, how volunteering can enrich a community and more... The show airs live this morning at 10-11 AM (pacific) however, you can always access the archive simply by clicking on the links to the right on this page, or on the Conscious Discussions talk radio site.


-- Eco - Celebration --

Yesterday (the 16th) was International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer.

Each of us can play a role in creating a healthier planet for all - here at home, here in our office, there in our yard or here at work... where ever we are, what ever we do, we have an impact - it is up to us to chose what that impact will be.

Here is a good example of a company stepping up to create positive change, and in doing so they inspire their competitors to meet or beat their efforts.

Officials at the Costco Wholesale in Livermore estimate that their green business initiatives over the last 4 months alone has diverted 55 tons of “waste”.

One of the most exciting things that could come about because of the positive results of this initiative is that it may very well set a standard for Costco's 500-plus warehouses worldwide to cut their landfill contributions by 80 % as well.

According to the article I read, approximately 75% of the 65 tons of waste generated each month was organics. As most of you who read our blog, articles, books or listen to our radio show - you are already aware that keeping organics out of the landfill is the key to reducing contributions to global warming. The bonus of course is that Livermore branch of Costco creates a viable product from these organics by-way of a local vermiculture outfit and then distributed to local farmers. If history has taught us anything it would be that building healthy soils is key to a healthy society.

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