Social Activism and iTunes U

Normally I complain about Apple and iTunes, but today I have a positive story. I was checking out iTunes U and found some great free content on sustainability, environmentalism and global warming. This series is free to download and features luminaries such as Al Gore (The Earth in the Balance) and William McDonough (Cradle to Cradle Design).

And, of course, following the hypertext love, there are links through to Stanford’s Social Innovation Review site. There is plenty of great insight (some subscription only) here around non-profits, foundations and socially responsible businesses. They even have a blog.

Update: There are also some great seminars, chats, poetry etc also available on iTunes U. Check out "Consciousness, Creativity and the Brain", UC Berkeley campus event featuring David Lynch.

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