Maurice Strong sat down with The Globe and Mail to discuss Canada's role in slowing climate change. Go to: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/video-canada-cant-be-proud-of-its-climate-efforts-maurice-strong-says/article4106128/

Trailer of Duto Sperry's Mind the Limits, which says that our natural resources are dwindling at an alarming rate. The film calls for radical changes in humankind's attitudes towards the environment.

Maurice Strong sends a message to Rio+20: "Time is not on our side.,,Now we are at a point when we simply have to start doing those things that are going to ensure the survival and sustainability of life on earth as we know it."

A video on the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, also know as the Earth Summit.

Right from the beginning, it was recognized that the United Nations Environment Programme could not be sectorialized. The worst thing would be to sectoralize the environment.

Environmental decisions have to transcend environmental decisions. We have to re-shape our economies.

What we tried to do at Stockholm was to being the economy and the environment together. They are two sides of the same coin.

The Global Environmental Governance Project (GEG)  presents, ‘Quest for Leadership’, its newest documentary. ‘Quest for Leadership’ recounts the story of environmental governance through the eyes of the individuals who created and led national and international institutions for environment and development.

At the second World Conservation Congress, held in Amman, Jordan from 4 to 10 October 2000, Maurice Strong, Chairman of the Earth Council, overviewed progress since UNCED.

In this video clip, Yvo de Boer, Maurice Strong answers questions from Fox News on climate change, ballot-box democracy, and cap trade, among other issues.