Jennifer Hynes in Wellington, Main Event, Select Videos

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My trip to New Zealand and visit with Kevin Hester has been a great success, of which I will be sharing more latter.  A lifetime treasure.  For now, most briefly among much to share, tell, and retell, here is my recent interview with Robin Westenra of the famed SeeMoreRocks blog.  This is followed by a reminder of tomorrows main, live talk, and a few hopefully comforting videos sharing the great beauty of Rakino Island and some of the grace and overall flavor.

I have been made to feel very welcome in many, many place, by a great many persons, and needless to say Kevin is the very best of hosts and guides, doing all to make this a deeply meaningful trip with great efficacy.  As many of you know, he is friends with all good activists and I thank him deeply for his generosity, vision, and endlessly resourceful and fertile imagination.

Our meeting:  ‘Jennifer Hynes in Wellington’ // Published on Feb 11, 2016

‘Seemorerocks joins Jennifer Hynes in conversation with Dido Dunlop, Wellington-based Tibetan Buddhist meditation teacher and writer; and Pam Crisp, conservationist, environmental educationist, teacher of yoga and meditation practitioner’.
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For those of you in Auckland, I speak Sunday the 14th, and this is at 1 pm local time, at the Ika Restaurant.  Details here.  Link to the LiveStream event is here.  For those of you in the states, this is four pm PST and 7 pm EST tomorrow Saturday.
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Rakino Island, New Zealand – Sunset Walk // Published on Feb 6, 2016

Rakino Island, New Zealand. Taking time out for a lovely sunset walk on February 6, 2016, whilst prepping for the presentation for the Arctic Methane Emergency Public Meeting with Kevin Hester.
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Rakino Island – Flowers // Published on Feb 4, 2016

My visit to Rakino Island , New Zealand, February 3-6, 2016. Kevin Hester and I prep for upcoming Arctic Methane Emergency public meeting in Auckland, NZ. This is my walk about the island, and the local flora. A very healthy ecosystem!
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About jenniferhynes99

As a highly trained engineer in technology with an emphasis on large data migration and a deep and abiding interested in spirituality [Buddhism], and having traveled the world, Jennifer brings her broad understanding to rapid climate change and sustainability and spirit. She is deeply concerned and cares deeply for our planet. While not a formally trained climatologist, her Arctic Methane Monster video went gone viral in the last year. As a senior person with plenty of responsibility at a Fortune 100 Corporation, she vowed not to seek to promote her video and yet surely it happened.
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4 Responses to Jennifer Hynes in Wellington, Main Event, Select Videos

  1. robindatta says:

    Thanks for the YouTubes. In a sense, they are my umpteenth cousins, but then so is everyone…

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  2. Greg Robie says:

    Good Morning Jennifer,

    I’m expecting to catch the streamed conversation this evening (for me, here in NY). Have you found that your voice, as a female, is treated differently than the majority of male voices broadcasting this information…or at least ignored differently? 😉

    From my experience, I’ve concluded that CapitalismFail, thanks to motivated reasoning, is a functional religion within this economic meme. As such it is being preserved at all costs. The psychological and sociological required experience of homeostasis, which it is trusted to provide, will not be allowed to be changed by its practitioners. Death/extinction is preferable to dumping the religious-like — i.e. non-rational — trust afforded CapitalismFail. Behaving (feeling/thinking/experiencing health) differently is too much like a near-term death for it to be possible to rationally engage with a threat like abrupt climate change that arrives two generations before it can be felt, and about which we have no story.

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  3. robindatta says:

    LiveStream link offline, so had early dinnerr – not quita a fair trade. Hope they can put some of the talks online.

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  4. Greg Robie says:

    FYI, & perhaps relates to methane forcing re ending of last ice age http://www.reportingclimatescience.com/news-stories/article/clams-date-ancient-methane-seeps-in-the-arctic.html. Function as a forcing is an educated guessing on my part, but since you’ve a working knowledge of the area and its methane, I thought this would intrigue…if you were not already aware of it.

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