Interview with Maurice Strong on Public Institutions and the Environment. Go to: http://www.chicagopublicradio.org/audio_library/wv_raapr01.asp

Transcript of  Maurice Strong's interview with CNN Sunday Morning show on Earth Day 2003.  Go to: http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0104/22/sm.08.html


The first time world leaders gather to discuss growing concerns of evironmental damage is at the UN's summit on the human environment in Stockholm. Pollution and overpopulation top the list of concerns. Speaking ahead of the summit, in an interview with the BBC, Maurice Strong focuses on the issues facing the plant.

Go to: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/2164240.stm

Maurice Strong, speaks about his book "Where on Earth Are We Going?" at the World Bank. Strong calls humans the "agents of our own future" and that the negative effects on our life support systems are accelerating. He believes there is still time to save the world, but time is growing short as costs and risks rise.
Go to: http://info.worldbank.org/etools/bsPAN/PresentationView.asp?PID=181&EID=93

Maurice Strong comments on the future of China: "There is no question that what happens in China is going to have a major, if not decisive effect on the whole future of life on Earth."

 Video on the 1972 United Nations Conference of the Human Environment, which was held in Stockholm, Sweden in June 1972. The historic conference globalized the environmental movement.

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's programme Life and Times features Maurice Strong.