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Every Thursday morning 8-9am 
     - with Tim Lynch in -     'Mobilising Consciousness' 

 Assisted By: Lisa Er of The Awareness Party


Auckland's one-hour environmental / health and consciousness programme, dedicated to interviewing leading edge experts, practitioners in their field, and people who are living examples of sustainability. 

GreenPlanetFM covers global to local subject matter that is basically ignored & not readily discussed in depth in NZ mainstream media.

It also encourages you to seriously look beyond the news as well as organise at the grassroots level across the community in cells and clusters of cells. This is a way to get back onto the front foot and reclaim our localised sovereignty as well as a sustainable biosphere. 

 It is not the intended purpose of Green to be a protesting radio program, when it fact what we wish to do is be creators and evolve innovation, 'conscious' choices and new ideas at the very edge in shaping concensus reality. However if your home is burning down, do you instead - at the same time - just build another additional room on to your house, or do you immediately put out the fire? This is where we are at. To stop the ship of state from sinking, first we have to contain the leak and the ships integrity before it is too late. Then we can develop and initiate the regeneration of a new planetary consciousness and living system on board this majestic planet that we share breath with. Trust you comprehend this.

What we are, is a resolute advocate for today's & tomorrow's children. 

Here we are at the March equinox 2016 and we truly wonder at where the leadership of so many countries are taking us. Here in New Zealand the Law Society has felt impelled to report to the United Nations that in New Zealand "a number of recent legislative measures were fundamentally in conflict with the rule of law". This is a matter of such gravity that the conservative NZ Law Society felt it so necessary to list a series of recent acts that have allowed the Executive (with the full blessing of the PM) to use regulation to override Parliament, that deny citizens the right to legal representation and cancel their right to appeal to the courts to uphold their rights under the law. 

When a body as authoritative and dispassionate as the NZ Law Society feels forced to report to the United Nations that the Government in New Zealand is acting in conflict with the rule of law, all New Zealanders should be very worried. Other countries globally need to be very concerned too.

At present the TPPA, the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement that has now been signed, is being touted as the way foward for New Zealand. This could not be further from the truth. It is 'a wolf in sheeps clothing' and sets us all up for Globalised Corporate Control. This SECRET agreement is based on 29 chapters of which only 4 are to do with trade. The other 25 are to do with Law and other 'legal agreements' to be able to lock countries down and have them eventually cede their sovereignty. The biggest challenge for NZ is having an 'unconcious media' that bows to the corporate agenda, hence many NZer's a totally unaware of what is bearing down on them. If NZ goes, we lose the moral high ground as our planets barometer of goodwill, fair play and the role of nuclear free NZ being the emerging microcosm for the planetary macrocosm.

Kia Kaha and Aroha. Stand Strong and Love.                                                                                                                                          

HEADS UP for overseas readers of this web site. Mother Earth and the Sacred Feminine is under continuous assault at present and New Zealand too is on the battle lines, with coal mining, fraking, deep water oil drilling and sucking up of iron sands from the ocean floor. Note we have a 'business as usual government' that has cast a spell over the country implying that multi national corporations are going to save us - when the opposite is true. The TPPA being a very concerning component.                        

Note: That 11 humans are equal to one cow in their capacity to ingest and excrete.  A conservative estimate in the number of dairy cows in NZ at present are equal to 66 million people inhabiting NZ, the same population as the UK.

Salmon, huge problems with salmon farms, each one's 'waste' is the equivalent to a town of 40,000 people and wikipedia states there are 29 farms in NZ. Equivalent to 1,116,000 people.

Cows                           66  million

Salmon                        1.1 million 

NZ human population    4.5 million

Equivalent                   71.6 million human beings in NZ

This does not include the 3.9 million beef cattle or sheep at 31.2 million.

 The latest 2016 total of animals eating and excreting comes to the equivelent of around 120 million people living in this country. NOTE:There is no discussion or debate in NZ about this!  Yet, the pollution levels are continuing to increaset throughout the waterways, rivers and lakes - nationwide.

ps, Just as well cows don't drive cars, or want their own home and love electronic equipment!  Surprised

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Featured Multimedia

file link contains video content 2015 - Calling all Crew of Spaceship Earth - To Action Stations! (Ultimo)
posted Tue December 23rd @ 12:54 AM

In the opening sequence in James Cameron’s movie Avatar, the ship floats orbiting the moon Pandora, these words are uttered … Sooner or later, you have to wake up! Music: Kitaro is the music for spaceship Edited by Caroline Snook More »

contains video content 2012 - 2013 Crossover to the Inner and Beyond (Ultimo)
posted Sun November 24th @ 3:44 PM

Celebrating Tim's 10 years of GreenplantFM with his most audacious audio ever that's layered in code and compacted into a 10.5 minute sonic journey. Backing music and sound courtesy of Global Communication on AllMusic - 1994Track 2:  Ob-Selon-Mi-Nos - An Australian Ambient production More »

contains audio content Outro 2011 ~ Environment, Health and Consciousness (Ultimo)
posted Tue December 21st @ 6:12 PM

This little piece conveys what it is to include environment, health and consciousness into the collective field that we are part of. The background music is 'The Church Within' from Lex van Someren's album 'Beyond' The image is the view from my balcony... More »

file link contains audio content Greenplanet FM Intro 2010 (Ultimo)
posted Wed February 24th @ 6:19 PM

Greenplanet FM Intro 2010 More »

file link contains audio content A Metaphysical Insight (Ultimo)
posted Thu October 15th @ 1:20 AM

Listen to Tim's metaphysical insight from the show on 8/10/09 More »

file link contains audio content GreenplanetFM Intro 2009 (Ultimo)
posted Wed August 12th @ 3:52 AM

Tims overview of the importance and urgency of what's happening on our planet now and the imperative to mobilise consciousness. Background music "As the Earth Kissed the Moon" by Michael Stearns off the album Planetary Unfolding More »

Featured Podcasts & Blogs

article linkDavid Icke - British Researcher Shattering the Hypnotic Program that Psychologically Allows Apathy (Ultimo)
posted Fri June 24th 2016 @ 2:24 PM

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article linkHow Does A Human Being Live On A Planet? Personal Reflections & Life Lessons with Tim Lynch (Ultimo)
posted Thu June 16th 2016 @ 5:28 PM

Join Tim on a journey into greater understanding as he reflects on the lifetime drivers that have pulled the threads of and together.

For any budding All Black or athlete we were conditioned as children in NZ,  that we really could achieve success, especially in the realm of sport and take on the world.

This was favourably looked on throughout our schooling and this is where we could excel up to international level. It was basically how we played the game.

Born on a dairy farm in a well-off region near Matamata, yet among financially challenged Maori, I saw both sides of our so called bi-cultural society, and then in my early 20’s when traveling overseas it all hit me that there was so much inequity - and inequality - especially in Africa and at different levels throughout the Iron Curtain countries. That when hitchhiking and travelling  back to NZ from the UK - overland, through the Middle East to India down to Singapore, I witnessed so many poor and struggling - when there was only 3.5 billion in the human population in those days.

This is where I really saw that our planet was in trouble, but not being empowered or having the skills to initiate change from the core of my being, I eventually accepted that this was the way things were and I just  did what a large segment of the (younger) population do today and that is, have fun, enjoy and have a good time. Though I did make token gestures by donating to Greenpeace.

At the age of 25 I woke up from that life of self indulgence, pubs and parties to realise that we, as a human species especially in the West were  methodically pulling the collective rug out from underneath our feet. That we were destroying the biosphere and it was happening at an increasing pace. Read More »

article linkCarole Gordon, Social Gerentologist - Studying Social, Psychological, Cognitive, & Biological Aspect (Ultimo)
posted Thu June 9th 2016 @ 1:04 PM

For the first time in human history the phenomenon of the global population ageing and its impact on social cohesion and economic sustainability is increasing - and needs to be addressed.

The political word for elders is gerantocracy … When soon, older people will be in the majority and we will have to rethink, what democracy is …

This interview is about re-languaging, leadership, acknowledgement and the impacting of more people ageing and how we factor them into the full healthy happy lives.

Covering New Zealand, to China and Japan as well as Europe - now known as super-ageing countries and NZ too, is getting close to becoming a super-ageing country.

Whereas, Europe has been discussing this issue for 20 years NZ has not. The OECD has been warning us as well. Read More »

article linkIssac Oron and Charles Pierard - A Universal Basic Income (UBI) as a Catalyst for Global Change (Ultimo)
posted Thu June 2nd 2016 @ 1:04 PM

Issac Oron and Charles Pierard chat with Lisa Er about the Universal Basic Income (UBI) as a Catalyst for Global Change.

Have you bought into the Puritan work ethic? 
Do you think everyone should have a job?

What happens as more work is outsourced to underdeveloped ‘cheap’ countries, and in the West increasingly robots do the work?
Why not have a “basic income” paid to every individual to cover their basic needs. The governments would pay the same amount of money to each person, regardless of whether they work. 
A Universal (or Unconditional) Basic Income acknowledges that every individual has the same unconditional right to a basic income, sufficient for them to live in dignity.

Switzerland will vote on whether to introduce the model on June 5, 2016. This has come about by a petition which has been circulating, and enough signatures were collected to insist on a binding referendum. Supporters of the initiative have suggested that each adult would receive 2,500 francs (a whopping $3755.18 New Zealand dollars) a month, with children receiving 625 francs (NZ $938.80) a month until they reach 18. Their idea is to alleviate poverty.

Critics have stated that the model would encourage people to leave the labour market and would fuel a sense of injustice from those who continue to work to support those who choose not to. But can we really provide jobs for all, and do we need to?
 Apparently 64% of Europeans would vote in favour of a UBI, and only 4% would stop working, according to a poll conducted by German company Dalia Research, in April 2016.

Can we in NZ afford it? Perhaps not at the rate Switzerland is suggesting but do not dismiss the idea yet. We do after all, have a universal basic income operating for super-annuitants!
 At the moment most of the debate centres around its affordability, with most people thinking it’s either too good to be true, or too expensive to be good. Read More »

article linkGreenplanetFM is Relaunching and Merging into a New Media Platform (Ultimo)
posted Thu May 26th 2016 @ 4:13 PM

This week I have Stephen Grant-Jones in the studio to talk about the relaunch of the website & the merging with into a dynamic, far-reaching local to global web presence.

GreenplanetFM is upping it game, it’s jumping its codes to a whole new platform by extending its outreach to as many people as we can who we share breath with.

In doing this, it is merging with Tim’s flagship website - which first went up on the world wide web as one of the pioneers of html coding and art work - 20 years ago in 1996.

When first put up it collected a number of awards for both content and aesthetics as well as gleaning hundreds of hits a week every year, whilst sitting ‘in suspense’ waiting to be truly activated - well, this time to accelerate our expansion is now! 

Stephen started building websites many years ago after being inspired by an interview he heard by David Bowie and was the person who took the GreenplanetFM audios and turned them into podcasts in 2008 with the streaming of the show via our website and iTunes.
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article linkProfessor Paul Connett on the Dangers of Mandatory Fluoridation of our Public Water Supply (Ultimo)
posted Thu May 19th 2016 @ 1:46 PM

(Due to Public Concern, this is a Repeat)

Mandatory Fluoridation may be coming to New Zealand courtesy of the government, via District Health Board’s. 
Prof Paul Connett talks about the dangers with Lisa Er.

Are New Zealand citizens really wanting mass medication in their water supply?

For years health experts have been unable to agree on whether fluoride in the drinking water may be toxic to the developing human brain. Extremely high levels of fluoride are known to cause neurotoxicity in adults, and negative impacts on memory and learning have been reported in rodent studies, but little is known about the substance’s impact on children’s neurodevelopment.

Despite many studies, the Government now appears to be planning to implement mandatory fluoridation to the whole of New Zealand.
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article linkJeff Griggs - The Re Emergence of Transition Towns, Men’s Sheds & Localised Food (Ultimo)
posted Thu May 12th 2016 @ 2:07 PM

Whangarei in the north of NZ is stirring and it’s around ‘community participation’ as a result of a small dedicated team based on collaborative leadership.

Food resilience is one of the important focusses of Transition Towns (TT) as it affects everyone, the poor, middle income and even the rich. We all need high quality food in our body to obtain optimum results. By re­localising their food system, which even here in NZ has been taken over by large corporate players and international supply chains, we have to have plan B.

Fortunately over the last 8 years, Jeff has been in Whangarei holding the space whilst many if not most TT’s have dissipated and/or fallen away. But, in Whangarei people come in and out depending on the issues and they are continually finding situations that galvanise people and engage community and get them involved. Which he warmly finds is contagious. Once you gain the awareness of people who want to find out what they can do, it then becomes all what they can do at a community level.

Especially film evenings when you have 'conscious get togethers'. One of them very recently being 'This Changes Everything' a Naomi Kline movie, assisting in pulling the threads of community together can build up a synergistic momentum.
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article linkBrendan Hoare on the Resurgence of Organic Food Production in New Zealand (Ultimo)
posted Fri May 6th 2016 @ 12:22 AM

The 2016 New Zealand Organic Market Report.

Organic produce sales have increased 11% per annum across the country, as New Zealanders are becoming more mindful as to what they are putting in their mouths and swallowing.

This interview covers the era (and error) of the 1st World War where newly concocted chemicals were introduced in armaments etc, that were seen to also have an effect in seemingly speeding up growth in plants.

This onslaught continued into synthetic chemicals and the challenges we have today with industrialised factory farming becoming intoxicated from pesticides and herbicides.

That then turned into industrial agriculture - a particular ‘culture’ (not really farming) and now we are coming to the end of this industrial age plus its ‘so-called’ mythology.

Pesticide and (herbicide) use is everywhere in our civil society, our road and parks management, in conservation and agriculture, and it begs the question:– Are we going to continue to poison our environment, our soil, our food, (that means spray poisons directly onto food), then eat it?

Is this going to be our normal practice, now and into the future? Any sane person has to say, NO I do not think so! This does not make sense!

Thus NZ society is waking up to the realisation we have to clean up our act and quickly. Read More »

article linkKlaus Bosselmann - Revisiting the Earth Charter (Ultimo)
posted Thu April 28th 2016 @ 7:20 PM


The Earth Charter is an ethical framework for building a just, sustainable, and peaceful global society during this 21st century.

It seeks to inspire in all people a new sense of global interdependence and shared responsibility for the well-being of the whole human family, the greater community of life, and future generations. It is a vision of hope and a call to action.

The Earth Charter is an international declaration of fundamental values and principles considered useful by its supporters for building a just, sustainable, and peaceful global society in the 21st century.

Yet, how do we truly integrate world citizens into a grassroots movement to bring this into being? 

Can the people of the Earth promote this idea so as to not lose

power to the overriding corporate global resource grab that is 
ubiquitous and increasing? 

Does the Earth Charter need revising?  Read More »

article linkPhil Stevens - Alternative Currencies, Money Systems, IT, Consultant, Disaster Recovery, Polymath (Ultimo)
posted Fri April 22nd 2016 @ 12:23 AM

Time Banks, Green Dollars, Savings Pools  

The interview initially starts with latest topics of Universal basic income, Bitcoin and crypto currencies and that people are awakening to the fact that central bankers don’t have a clue as to solve this ongoing and deteriorating crisis.

In NZ the situation today looks pretty good to the casual observer - listen to MSM and government sources and we are in a stable and robust moderately growing economy - everything is quite good, some of our major trading partners are experiencing some head winds but … ‘she’ll be right.’   If you rule out the dairy shock of the last 14 months and take out the Auckland property bubble but don’t worry about those little wobbles, we as a country are doing just fine!

What this means that we in NZ are going to be following most of the rest of the world into 'debt deflation' which over the coming years is going to take hold with a greater severity.

We have been a lucky country and managed to come through the recent (GFC) Global Financial Crash of 2008 along with Australia and NZ being almost alone in the world because we had many trade ties to China and we did not get hammered like other countries  - Australian minerals and NZ dairy were doing very well. China being the last big bubble to implode and it looks like it is going to do so now as well - this is big news, for if China starts to deflate, the rest of the world has nowhere to go … who is going to prop up all the bubbles and asset prices?  It appears that there is soon going to be a rush to get out of all the equities markets. As this has all been built on debt finance and short sighted policies.
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