In The News

January 15th 2016

Randy Hayes wrote up Foundation Earth’s response to the Paris Climate Change Convention and conceptualized our next steps to protect the planet. Read it here.

October 16th 2015

Megan Perry at the The Sustainable Food Trust profiled our recent Biosphere Smart Agriculture report in their newsletter.

September 2nd 2015

Our G20 letter to raise awareness of the environmental issues in mega-infrastructure investments was profiled by Reynard Loki at Alternet.

Read the article here

July 14th 2015

Randy Hayes, co-founder of Rainforest Action Network and the new Foundation Earth, dropped into The Peter Collins Show to talk about a range of issues he’s working on, from climate change to global infrastructure planning to reforestation.

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July 6th 2015

Terrence McNally interviewed Randy Hayes on Free Forum about the need to help under-consumers (the malnourished and wanting) move up to a sustainable level of consumption while we assist over-consumers (the wasteful and indifferent) down.

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April 22nd

In The Daly News, Brent Blackwelder supports our call to double the rainforest canopy. Read his article here.

April 8th 2015

The Progressive Radio Network interviewed Randy Hayes on their Green Power and Wellness Hour. Click to listen to the podcast.

March 31st 2015

Dan Imhoff’s article in the Bretton Woods Observer discussed the role of agro-ecology vs. industrial agriculture in “Will The World Bank Get Truly Climate Smart?”

March 25th 2015

 Read Suzanne York’s blog-post Can The World Move Beyond Infinite Planet Thinking? on the need to challenge the global infrastructure investment model.

 March 16th 2015

Jeremy Hance wrote up a great piece in on our letter to the G20 leaders on the need to rethink global infrastructure investment and to adopt a more sustainable approach. Read it here

 October 10th 2014

Read Dan Imhoff’s article in the Huffington Post arguing for the World Bank to Commit To Food Security. Read it here

 January 25th 2014

Regarding our World Bank Fight, we had an interim victory for rainforests & rivers. The Washington Post reported on January 25th: “In a blow to plans set by World Bank President Jim Yong Kim, the United States recently approved an appropriations bill that orders the bank’s U.S. board member to vote against any major hydroelectric project…The measure also demands that the organization undertake “independent outside evaluations” of all of its lending”. The amendments apply to all international financial institutions, including regional ones such as the Inter-American Development Bank and the African Development Bank. See Foundation Earth thank you letter to Senator Leahy, list of our friends signing March 24th WB letter, and actual bill language.

 An Interview with Randy Hayes: The Vision Behind a True Cost Economy

Watch the unabridged, full-length interview with Foundation Earth founder Randy Hayes at The vision behind a true cost economy with Randy Hayes. Later in the month, it’ll be featured on Huffington Post and Elephant Journal, so keep your eyes peeled!

Don’t have time to watch the whole interview? Click here for an excerpt (“Not all technologies are neutral”).

Thanks for tuning in!