Voices of Sustainability
EarthSayers.tv is the largest, curated collection of sustainability voices on the Web featuring citizens from all walks of life and from around the world. Content grows daily with over 900 leaders addressing the four sustainability elements of systemic change, planet, people, and prosperity. They are architects, professors, teachers, experts, consultants, artists, students, business and non-profit professionals, decision-makers, advocates, pioneers, early adopters, and advocates.
EarthSayers, LLC provides clients with the ability to launch a branded sustainability video channel on their site featuring EarthSayers.tv content in whole or part. Accessing our content management system, clients can integrate and manage their own content within the larger collection and do so economically and on a subscription basis.
Meanwhile we will continue to grow EarthSayers.tv to achieve top page rankings becoming, like Wikipedia, ubiquitous and without advertising across hundreds of keywords and phrases associated with sustainability ranging from "transforming our economy" to "triple bottom line" to organic farming and food production.
We are an affiliate of 3BL Media and a partner of Sustainability Action Media, a coalition aimed at reducing the carbon footprint of events through video streaming.Headquarters
1720 SW 4th Avenue, Suite 411, Portland, Oregon 97201
SustainabilitySustainability Website(s) or Pageshttp://www.earthsayers.tvSustainability Mission Statement
Our objective is to increase sustainability awareness and adoption, as measured by search traffic on the term, sustainability,* through a network of branded sites featuring the voices of sustainability, enabling like-minded organizations to bring the unfiltered voices of sustainability directly to their Web audiences, while building a complete and curated digital library of sustainability voices on the Web and available, free, to all.
*the United States does not even rank in the top ten for generating traffic on Google for the search term, sustainability, over the last three years worldwide, suggesting very low awareness.Key Issues
Fragmentation of sustainability efforts by discipline and profession coupled with lack of confidence in scientific evidence concerning global warming makes achieving a sustainable future increasingly less likely.