Archive for May, 2010
James Boyce discusses the strange world we live in, where famous people defend Roman Polanski’s actions. Everyone should be held accountable for their actions. Read more here.
James Boyce reviews the recent environmental tragedies and what can be done to face these issues. Read the Huffington Post entry here.
James Boyce shares some information he gained yesterday while at the “Sustainability and Social Media” conference, sponsored by The Rainforest Alliance. Read more here.
James Boyce has a new blog at the Huffington Post. It covers the dangers of abuse and a pledge for respect. Read it here.
In his latest blog on the Huffington Post, Common Sense NMS founder James Boyce shares his thoughts on the Marion Institute’s Mother’s Day project to raise money for a Community Learning and Sharing Center in Mastatal, Costa Rica. But don’t just take his word for it, hear it from the people that live there:
Since 2006, we’ve been proud to work on (RED) and tonight we are very pleased to be working with (RED) on the launch of “The Lazarus Campaign” – a multi-media effort to highlight the power, and the very low cost, of antiretroviral drugs now used to help save lives in Africa. As we first did with Stonyfield Farm from Copenhagen in December, we will be using one of Facebook’s newest and most powerful platforms this evening, the live stream and chat via (RED)’s Facebook page. The live stream starts at 6:30 pm Eastern. So check out the power of this new tool. And learn more about The Lazarus Campaign. (If you miss tonight’s live stream, mark May 24 on your calendar for when the documentary premieres on HBO.