|Interviewees||Hazel Henderson and Elisabet Sahtouris|
Copyright 1992 Florida Community College at Jacksonville
In the first of this three-part series, Carol Spalding Miner interviews two Futurists who agree that the world can be seen as a living system rather than a mechanical system. Although these futurists have different focuses - Elisabet Sahtourist is a biologist and Hazel Henderson is a green economist - they share similar viewpoints on the environment and how important it is for us to protect it. Sahtouris discusses her book Gaia: The Human Journey from Chaos to Cosmos and its framing of the universe as natural rather than mechanical. Henderson argues that economics should be taught with this natural framing.
Biology, economics, environmentalism, Green economics, futurism, nature, Gaia
Henderson, H and E. Sahtouris. (1992). Interviewed by C Miner [Video Recording]. Worth Quoting. YouTube, Jacksonville, Florida.
Run time: 29 minutes