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This page of EcoIQTV.com is an index of videos, including presentations, presentation excerpts, panel discussions, documentary and online interviews, TV appearances, and eco-performances, for speakers, performers and authors with last names starting with "G."

Michel Gelobter

The Emerging Market To Protect The Sky. Presentation excerpt by Michel Gelobter. Discusses the importance of designing products with a smaller carbon footprint instead of producing carbon intensive products that require an offset, and even then the offset doesn't really solve the problem. About 3 minutes. Play Video >> More about Michel Gelobter >>

Jeff Goodell

"" Citizen Journalists Can Save Environment. Jeff Goodell, a Rolling Stone contributor and author of Big Coal, explains how it might be citizen journalists rather than mainstream media who save the planet. About 10 minutes. Play Video >>

Eban Goodstein

National Teach-In On Global Warming Solutions. Online presentation by Eban Goodstein. A call to action for young people to get involved in global climate issues through National Teach-In. About 2 minutes. Play Video >> More about Eban Goodstein >>

Pamela Gordon

Lean & Green In Your Business. Presentation excerpt by Pamela Gordon in which she discusses the concept of zero waste and how it applies to greening businesses. About 6 minutes. Play Video >> More about Pamela Gordon >>

Lean & Green: Profit for Your Business and the Environment. Online presentation by Pamela Gordon in which she describes how her book dispels the myth that a business has to choose between making a profit and protecting the environment. It provides more than 100 examples of environmental practices from prominent companies, including Intel, Louisiana-Pacific, and Polaroid, that bring savings or new sources of revenue to an enterprise. About 3 minutes. Play Video >> More about Pamela Gordon >>

Al Gore

Al Gore Green Energy by 2018 Speech. Al Gore's speech calling for the U.S. "to commit to producing 100% of our electricity from renewable energy and truly clean carbon-free sources within 10 years." Gore said this strategic initiative is important to help solve the climate crisis, boost the economy, and end reliance on foreign oil. About 27 minutes. Play Video >>

The Climate Crisis And Poverty. Former Vice President Al Gore and musician and activist Bono discuss the interconnections between climate change and poverty during a World Economic Forum discussion in Davos, Switzerland. About 64 minutes. Play Video >>

Al Gore Gives Climate Crisis Update. In March 2008 at the annual TED Conference, Al Gore gives the premiere of a short slideshow presentation with new evidence on the rapid pace of climate change. He calls for immediate global action to "mobilize resources and political will" to combat the climate crisis. About 28 minutes. Play Video >>

David Gottfried

Going Green Makes Economic Sense. Presentation excerpt by David Gottfried. In a keynote address at Stanford University, Gottfried describes several ways in which green business decisions can be profitable. About 2 minutes. Play Video >> More about David Gottfried >>

A Positive Relationship With Business. Presentation by David Gottfried. From a keynote address at Stanford University about the importance of consensus building. He explains that the concept of green building is being embraced by big business as a roadmap for the future. About 3 minutes. Play Video >> More about David Gottfried >>

Rob Greenfield

How To End The Food Waste Fiasco. TEDx Talk by Rob Greenfield. There are millions around the world who don’t know where their next meal will come from. Rob is on a mission to solve this problem. We can all easily be a part of the solution… and it starts with a dumpster. About 18 minutes. Play Video >>

Jim Greenwood

Biotechnology And Cellulosic Ethanol. Jim Greenwood, former congressman and president and CEO of Biotechnology Industry Organization, talks about biotechnology and its role in the development of cellulosic ethanol. About 10 minutes. Play Video >>

Elizabeth Grossman

C-SPAN Washington Journal: Toxic Substances in Consumer Products. TV interview with Elizabeth Grossman. She talks about her article for In These Times, “What We Didn’t Know Is Killing Us.” Grossman describes the scientific research cited when regulating toxic substances, and details the implications for public health and private businesses. About 41 minutes. Play Video >>

High Tech Trash. Presentation by Elizabeth Grossman, who speaks about her book, High Tech Trash. It reveals the environmental and public health harms are being felt as a result of mountains of old batteries, plastic computer casings, lead-infused monitors, discarded cellphones, TV remote controls, and other "e-waste" is piling up in landfills and leaching dangerous toxins. About 57 minutes. Play Video >>

The Promise of Green Chemistry. Presentation by Elizabeth Grossman to the Commonwealth Club. Environmental pollutants have a profound effect on human health. Grossman illustrates the potential for green chemistry to revolutionize the materials we make, how they’re used, and the possible benefits to our health and environment. About 64 minutes. Play Video >>

Olivier Guyot

Towards More Sustainable Mining. Liisa Rohweder, Secretary General at WWF Finland, and Olivier Guyot, Vice President of Minerals Technology at Metso, discuss the possibilities that new, energy-efficient and water-saving technologies offer for the mining industry. About 4 minutes. Play Video >>

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