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Daily Archives: 2015/03/14

Performance Moroccan evening

Moussine talks about the moroccan evening and about his work and behaviour.


Comments: 1 Date: 14 Mar 2015

Conference de Gilles Boeuf

Biologiste, professeur à l’Université Pierre-et-Marie-Curie et professeur au  Collège de France, Gilles Boeuf préside, depuis 2009, le Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle. Expert français en biodiversité auprès de la ministre de l’écologie.

 Gilles Boeuf raconte l’histoire de la vie, ce qu’est la biodiversité et combien nous en avons besoin, puisque nous sommes, nous-mêmes, issus du vivant. Il conte des histoires de Nature, source de beauté et d’harmonie. La Vie est une entreprise, hautement durable depuis 3,8 milliards d’années, et dont nous aurions bien besoin de nous inspirer pour que notre humanité survive. Pour cela, elle devra nécessairement se transformer, individuellement et collectivement. L’évolution de la conscience serait-elle la clé du changement pour arriver à « L’Homme après l’homme » ?


Comments: 0 Date: 14 Mar 2015

Interview Gilles Boeuf en Inde

Biologiste, professeur à l’Université Pierre-et-Marie-Curie et professeur au  Collège de France, Gilles Boeuf préside, depuis 2009, le Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle. Expert français en biodiversité auprès de la ministre de l’écologie.

 Il nous livre ici le temoignage de son experience en Inde et de sa visite a Auroville.


Comments: 0 Date: 14 Mar 2015

Plenary of AV Retreat

For the conclusion of Auroville Retreat in which 150 members of the community actively dedicated past two days with brainstorming on possible solutions to move forward in all the major aspect of our lives, we heard some interesting suggestions and words of thanks. But most inspiring were the words of chairman of Governing Board, which members along with International Advisory Council were also present at the occasion, Dr. Karan Singh who amongst others expressed that he can feel a change, shift in the community, and for the first time sees smiles on our faces.

PTDC – Collective Experiment

Pour Tous Distribution Center celebrates today 9th birthday; place is decorated by many flowers, cakes are on any corner and open doors to new storage space at the back in shape of two containers generously donated by member of the community inviting us in …. Anandi shares with us grateful thoughts on that collective experiment which was established nine years back with aim to provide for basic needs to members of the community. From 156 members in the start, now the family of PTDC counts almost 1500 members who obtain their daily  food and some household items there. Team of almost 20 service us with joy and love.


Comments: 2 Date: 14 Mar 2015

IZ Pavilion Groups Meeting

The International Zone Coordination Team has members of many nations in Auroville. They plan for the physical development of the IZ but also for the development of advanced research e.g. “Research of the Soul/Genius of the Nation”, events and activities.
With the coming 50th Anniversary of Auroville in 2018, the IZ Coordination Team would like to start a 3 year development plan for the IZ which has been presented and discussed at 
The Pavilion Groups meeting / IZ Team general meeting of Wednesday, March 11th  chaired by Linda-Grace.
The topics of the meeting were: Securing part of the IZ with a fence; Habitat development, temporary housing / -pavilions / -cluster of pavilions / -continental centers and Activities along the Crown road e.g. the Russian Cafe project, Internet cafe, International Guest House, etc.and development of the infrastructure. (Loop road and Integral Water management)
Additionally, a proposal to start a study group to determine the definition of nations and geo-cultural groupings was introduced.
Active new members are welcome.
 


Comments: 0 Date: 14 Mar 2015

Alternatives to coal fired plants

Making more money? More pollution? Who will pay ounce more?
Jana from l’avenir d’Auroville & Nityanand Jayaraman writer and social activist from Chennai for coal fired projects showed us live from Unity Pavillion a side of thinking through a film projection about the terrible consequences a new power plant construction near Chennai would make to the soils, water, animals, birds and therefore human beings. Nity explained us with slides the possible alternatives to avoid such a disaster.
Auroville’s great consultants is one of them. 
Awareness is the 1st step so watch the Film on youtube “Kayal Kadhaigal”


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