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The story of stuff - short movie about 'the circle of life'  RSS feed

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Hey all,

i don't know if its allready mentioned elsewhere on the forum, but i couldn't find it so i tought I'd share it for those who don't know it allready.

the story of stuff is sort of a short lecture about our production - waste cycle, it not super but its very clear, and puts some stuff into perspective.

I find it a very good one to have friends and family understand me better. usually after watching they can sort of relate to what I'm doing (I'm what Paul would call a typical holmgrenesque permaculturist, acting in  motivation to tackle problems caused by modern society)

watch it at:
and click on the story of stuff, with Annie Leonard

Hoping to hear what you think of it

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I saw this vid a while back, it was posted on our homeschool blog.
It is very well done and thought provoking, I had forgotten about it.

Thanks for posting here.
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