Ocean Robbins is co-founder and CEO of the 250,000+ member Food Revolution Network, adjunct professor in Chapman University’s Peace Studies Department, and co-author with his dad, bestselling author John Robbins, of Voices of the Food Revolution. He has spoken in person to more than 200,000 people and facilitated hundreds of gatherings for leaders from 65+ nations. He is a recipient of many awards, including the Freedom's Flame Award and the national Jefferson Award for Outstanding Public Service. FoodRevolution.org
Paul Wheaton is the creator and tyrannical ruler of the largest permaculture forum on the internet, permies.com. He has been crowned the "Duke of Permaculture" and also referred to as the "Bad Boy of Permaculture" many times. He has released over 300 podcasts on many permaculture topics ranging from eco-building to frugality to cast iron cookware and has written gobs of articles on these topics at richsoil.com. Paul is an Advanced Certified Master Gardener, permaculture design guru, farmer, community leader, and repository of well researched opinions. Permies.com
Stephen Dinan is the CEO of The Shift Network, which has served over 650,000 people globally, and a member of the prestigious Transformational Leadership Council and Evolutionary Leaders group. As the former Director of Membership and Marketing at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, he was the driving force behind the Shift in Action program. He is also the author of Radical Spirit (New World Library), and a forthcoming book Sacred America, Sacred World. Stephen directed and helped to create the Esalen Institute’s Center for Theory & Research, a think tank for leading scholars, researchers, and teachers to explore human potential frontiers. TheShiftNetwork.com
I'm not completely done watching yet, but the peace question has been responded to. I can't help but notice that the four men talking never said a word about TESTOSTERONE when talking about peace. How could anyone talk about international peace and not mention WOMEN?
Now I am super curious what sports would be like if we allowed drugs and tiny ads.