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Long Live Life part 4 - United Nations Conference on the Human Environment Stockholm, Sweden 1972

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Published on Apr 23, 2012

Excerpt from '2 UN EARTH SUMMITS: 1972 & 1992' by Dean & Dudley Evenson.
In depth coverage of rare, behind the scenes footage of what really happened in Stockholm and Rio de Janeiro.
This excerpt is from the 1972 United Nations Conference on the Human Environment held in Stockholm, Sweden. Its focus is on Native American Mother Earth message.
Stewart Brand of the Whole Earth Catalog sponsored fifteen Native Americans to come to the conference and present their perspectives on Mother Earth. Featuring alternative events at Skarpnack camp, Hopi elders Grandfather David Monongye and Thomas Banyacya, Thich Nhat Hanh, Wavy Gravy & Hog Farmers, Arthur Godfrey, Indira Gandhi, Maurice Strong and more. (54:33 min)
Original footage shot on Sony Half-Inch Portapack.

(the other half of the 2 UN Earth Summits DVD is from the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

We really want this video to be seen so Soundings of the Planet is offering these two hour long programs at a highly discounted rate which includes public performance permission. http://soundings.com/products-page-4/...

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