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This page of EcoIQ.com Online Videos is an index of our videos, including presentations, presentation excerpts, panel discussions, documentary and online interviews, TV appearances, and eco-performances, for authors and speakers with last names starting with “D.”

Geoffrey Dabelko

"" The Future of Science & Environmental Journalism. Discussion including journalists Seth Borenstein, Geoffrey Dabelko, Peter Dykstra, Jan Schaffer, and Elizabeth Shogren. The panel talks about cuts in science and environmental reporting by traditional news media outlets. They observe that local and niche journalists are working to fill the vacuum by building new business models online. About 117 minutes. Play Video >>

Guy Dauncey

"" Stormy Weather. Futurist and sustainable communities consultant Guy Dauncey discusses his book, Stormy Weather: 101 Solutions To Global Climate Change. He talks about the climate crisis that we face and the elements of conservation, efficiency, proven technologies, and emerging innovations that will take us through this critical planetary energy transition. About 28 minutes. Play Video >>

Adam Davis

"" Economic Incentives To Provide Environmental Services - Part 1. Online presentation by Adam Davis. Davis discusses how economic incentives can be created so that the earth can continue to provide the environmental services necessary for human life. Davis thinks that markets that trade quotas or allocations of environmental resources in conjunction with new technologies can help us achieve sustainability. About 7 minutes. Play Video - Part 1, 2. More about Adam Davis >>

"" Market-Driven Incentive Programs. Online presentation by Adam Davis. Davis explains that the natural systems supporting a growing human population are stressed and must be priced in the market. He describes how market-driven incentive programs can help protect nature’s services, the basic essentials of food, water and clean air, on which humans rely. About 5 minutes. Play Video >> More about Adam Davis >>

"" Past Remediation And Compliance. Online interview with Adam Davis. Davis addresses the ways businesses could produce products and services more responsibly. This would require corporations to look past remediation and compliance and reorient their activities to work within environmental systems. Describes the forward-looking positive movement to sustainability. About 5 minutes. Play Video >> More about Adam Davis >>

"" Utilizing Market Forces And Financial Capital. Online presentation by Adam Davis. Davis explains why utilizing market forces and financial capital is critical to developing sustainability on a large scale. Government legislation or philanthropy will not do it. About 2 minutes. Play Video >> More about Adam Davis >>

Mark DeCarlo

"" GREENHOUSE: Solar Panels. Mark DeCarlo is producing a TV and web series called GREENHOUSE. In it, he rebuilds his house from the ground up using green technology. This clip features solar panel installation and defines the term carbon footprint. About 2 minutes. Play Video >>

George Divoky

"" The Black Guillemots Of Cooper Island. TV feature story with George Divoky. Divoky is featured for his thirty plus years of bird research on the Black Guillemots of Cooper Island in northern Alaska. His research shows the significant impact that climate change is having on arctic wildlife. About 28 minutes. Play Video >> More about George Divoky >>

Frank Dixon

"" Sustainable Businesses, Stock Market Performance, and Total Corporate Responsibility. Frank Dixon discusses sustainable businesses and stock market performance. He also outlines the Total Corporate Responsibility (TCR) model and how it goes beyond Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) for evaluating businesses. About 10 minutes. Play Video >>

Patrick Dixon

"" The Future of Paper, Packaging, Logistics, & Manufacturing. Patrick Dixon, author of Futurewise, gives a keynote presentation with his predictions for the demand for paper, packaging, logistics, and manufacturing in the years to come, including how environmental considerations will impact communications decisions. About 28 minutes. Play Video >>

John Doerr

"" Hope And Profit In Greentech. John Doerr of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers discusses how he and his partners scoured the globe to assess the state of greentech in order to help combat climate change and find profit in the process. However, Doerr explains that we are facing an uphill battle and that companies and individuals need to multiply their conservation efforts. About 19 minutes. Play Video >>

Josh Dorfman

"" Eco-Friendly Products. TV interview with Josh Dorfman. Dorfman talks about eco-friendly products on the Martha Stewart Show. Play Video >> More about Josh Dorfman >>

"" Engaging Busy Consumers. TV interview with Josh Dorfman. Dorfman talks about engaging busy consumers through Vivavi, his eco-friendly furniture distribution business, and The Lazy Environmentalist, his talk show on on Sirius Satellite's Lime Radio. About 2 minutes. Play Video >> More about Josh Dorfman >>

"" The Lazy Environmentalist. Presentation by Josh Dorfman. Dorfman discusses his book, The Lazy Environmentalist, as a part of the Authors@Google series. About 49 minutes. Play Video >> More about Josh Dorfman >>

Richard Douthwaite

"" Economic Components Of Climate Change - Part 1. In part one, Richard Douthwaite discusses economic components of climate change including our dependence on continuous economic growth and the declining availability of oil. In part two, he proposes that an economic system with tighter controls of the money supply could provide more stability. About 13 minutes. Play Video - Part 1, 2.

Nicholas Dunlop

"" Political Negotiation Weaknesses During Kyoto. Nicholas Dunlop talks about how the weaknesses of our political negotiation system played out during the Kyoto Treaty process. Under current agreements, global CO2 emissions will probably increase instead of moving toward the dramatic reductions necessary to stop climate change. About 3 minutes. Play Video >>

Peter Dykstra

"" The Future of Science & Environmental Journalism. Discussion including journalists Seth Borenstein, Geoffrey Dabelko, Peter Dykstra, Jan Schaffer, and Elizabeth Shogren. The panel talks about cuts in science and environmental reporting by traditional news media outlets. They observe that local and niche journalists are working to fill the vacuum by building new business models online. About 117 minutes. Play Video >>

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