Tag: stuart scott

The Legacy of Stuart Scott

The Legacy of Stuart Scott by Robert Hunziker Stuart Scott (72) founder/executive producer of Facing Future TV and the United Planet Faith & Science Initiative passed away at his home in Honolulu on July 15th.

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FacingFuture.TV Call for Editors

Stuart Scott, our representative to the annual COP, the UN-sponsored climate negotiations, is in need of some volunteer assistance.  He transitioned from ClimateMatters.TV for several COPs to ScientistsWarning.TV for a few more.  Now he has

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Letter from Outgoing President of ISEE

Letter from Outgoing President of ISEE Olinda (Brazil), December 23rd, 2019. When I accepted to be the ISEE president-elect candidate, I explained that my desire had always been to challenge the conventional economics I learned

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COP-25 Santiago Chile

Want to attend COP-25 2019 UN Climate Negotiations in Santiago, Chile? The ISEE now has Observer Status at the UNFCCC’s annual climate negotiations, known as the COP or Conference of Parties.  This year COP-25, will

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World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity

World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity Posted by Stuart Scott, ISEE Strategist, I have been collaborating with the group that issued the World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity – Second Notice in December 2017.  The result

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September 24 Deadline for COP-24

Posted by Stuart Scott, ISEE Strategist  COP-24 This year the ISEE has been granted provisional* Observer status to the UNFCCC climate negotiations.  I applied for this status, with Anne Aitken’s assistance, and I am now

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Global Warming

15 June 2018 Article by Dissident Voice An interview with Stuart Scott Stuart Scott of Climate Matters.TV recently interviewed Dr. Peter Wadhams, emeritus professor, Polar Ocean Physics, Cambridge University and author of the acclaimed highly

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Mission to the Vatican

Vatican Audience – November 23 – With our mission many months in the making, Clóvis Cavalcanti and Stuart Scott met in Rome in late November intending to bring ecological economics, and in particular, the International

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