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June 23, 2011

Happening Now: Deepak Chopra Discusses Conservation

The planet’s savannahs and grasslands are home to many rare and endangered animals. And though they may seem common, the expansive, arresting habitats are in danger of being destroyed by climate change and human impact. The threats to grasslands and savannahs have been largely glossed over by the media and even environmentalists, since the "common" landscape is often taken for granted.

But today, June 23, at 7 p.m. ET and 4 p.m. PT (in just a few minutes!), renowned spiritual author Deepak Chopra is hosting a round-table discussion for solutions to these threats. He'll speak with Allan Savory of the Savory Institute, Elizabeth Thompson of the Buckminster Fuller Institute, and Daniel Pinchbeck of the Reality Sandwich blog. Tune into the program on Livestream, or just watch it below. 

--Mimi Dwyer

 

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