Carol Moss, a resident of Malibu California, speaks about her love of nature and the importance of the natural environment for those that live in the city.  She explains some lessons that she has learned about stewardship from the Tibetan people and how their way of living could be helpful in caring for our resources.

What is corporate responsibility? Why is it important? Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia, Inc shares his story about how a young French Canadian boy, an avid outdoorsman, became a mountain climber, a blacksmith, and the founder of Patagonia, Inc. Yvon co-created the program, 1% for the Planet as a payment for the use of resources in his clothing. Hear the story of Patagonia's success and the philosophy of the man who built the company.

David Kupfer is a man profoundly concerned about what he and the rest of us will leave to future generations. David has found his well source in writing and interviewing celebrities who truly care about the environment and he helps them to get their messages out about caring for the earth and living lightly. David lives his daily life as if our global future depended on it. Think about it.

Lloyd G. Carter, a former UPI and Fresno journalist, broke the 1982 news story about the selenium poisoning at the Kesterson National Wildlife Refuge in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley in Central California.  Lloyd divides his career as pre-Kesterson and post-Kesterson because of the impact this issue has had on his life's work. His story, told in biblical terms, enlightens all of us about the selenium soil contamination in this important agricultural area of the Central Valley. Lloyd's story is about politics, soils, drainage and what the future holds for California agriculture, water, and wildlife in the San Joaquin Valley.

An inspirational video about Andy Lipkis and how he founded TreePeople, his struggle to share the importance of trees and how his work has taught him that each of us really do make a difference in what choices we make every day. His story about the values of one oak tree and the services that it provides is not to be missed. Andy also provides insight into building healthier and more resilient cities.

Roy explains what motivates him to preserve Southern California wetlands, and why he considers himself a "political biologist."