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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 “P.”

Fernando Paiz

"" Opportunities in Building More Sustainable Supply Chains. Presentations by Richard M. Locke, Fernando Paiz, and Bonnie Nixon-Gardiner. Locke explains how collaborative approaches have worked to improve foreign factory labor standards. Paiz shares Wal-Mart's work on environmental and labor standards in Central America. Nixon-Gardiner discusses Hewlett-Packard's communication of standards of ethics, environmental sustainability, human rights, and labor to its managers and partners worldwide. About 76 minutes. Play Video >>

Wayne Pickering

"" Healthy Lifestyle. Introduction to Dr. Wayne Pickering, known the world over as the Mango Man. He shares his path to a healthy lifestyle -- eating right, with easy and inexpensive ways to get your health back on track. About 8 minutes. Play Video >>

Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk

"" A New Urbanism Conversation. Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk talks with Ray Suarez of The NewsHour about designing neighborhoods that are more socially and environmentally friendly. Plater-Zyberk wrote Suburban Nation: The Rise of Sprawl and the Decline of the American Dream. This conversation is one part of longer NewsHour video. Play Video >>

Michael Pollan

"" Berkeley Writers at Work: Michael Pollan. Award winning author Michael Pollan reads from his work, is interviewed about his writing process, and answers questions from the audience. He is a contributing writer at New York Times Magazine and the author of five books. His most recent are In Defense of Food and The Omnivore's Dilemma. About 117 minutes. Play Video >>

Dr. C. Arden Pope III

"" Air Pollution & Public Health. Dr. C. Arden Pope III, professor of economics at Brigham Young University and an expert on fine particulate air pollution, discusses the history of air quality and air pollution's significant effects on public health. About 63 minutes. Play Video >>

Dr. Richard B. Primack

"" Global Warming, Up Close and Local. Dr. Richard B. Primack, a professor of conservation biology at Boston University, talks about his global warming research involving observations of local ecosystems by volunteers in the northeastern United States. About 69 minute. Play Video >>

Tom Prugh

"" Global Economy Driven By Green Issues. Tom Prugh, co-director of Worldwatch Institute's State of the World 2008, discusses the report's findings based on studying last year's environmental trends. The global economy is outpacing the earth's sustainable capacity and creating myriad environmental concerns such as climate change. Without significant changes, this could lead to a global market failure. On the positive side, there are advances in many sectors of the economy that are rising to the challenge. About 10 minutes. Play Video >>

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