Radio Interview November 22, 2016
Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guest Norma Burnson on air from November 22nd
In my heart and soul I am happiest in a garden. I believe that a garden is the closest we’ll get to God while here on Mother Earth.
Journaling since the age of 12, it wasn’t until I reached the age of 58 that I began writing books. Now I am working on my 3rd book, "Sustainable Food for the Globe; Future Pioneers, The Children".
Sustainable Food for the Globe stands for wholesome food production, rescuing wasted food and educating our "Future Pioneers" to become ethical stewards of all things found us – here our home, Mother Earth. As a co/founder of Energime University she believes in our ability to sustain our world through education and innovations. http://energimeuniversity.org stands for wholesome food production, rescuing wasted food and educating our "Future Pioneers" to become ethical stewards of all things found us – here our home, Mother Earth. As a co/founder of Energime University she believes in our ability to sustain our world through education and innovations. http://energimeuniversity.org
In 2013, Mrs. Burnson received the Delegate Award from The International Women’s Leadership Association in recognition of services rendered to our country as a U.S. Navy Veteran and for demonstrating leadership in both national and international business arenas; for dedication to her community as a college professor and mentor; for being a sustainable food activist and humanitarian.
On Earth Day 2015 the second book in the series Sustainable Food for the Globe, Everyday People Producing Food in Abundance became an overnight 5 star bestseller.
Earlier this year, Mrs. Burnson was invited to participate in The United Nations Environment Assembly, in short UNEA.
The UNEA is the house where representatives from all peoples and sectors of our societies such as parliamentarians, local authorities, indigenous peoples, civil society, business and the private sector, the scientific and academic community – and all peoples in general— can have a say in the design of the solutions for our planet’s health.
In 2014, she was active in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Assembly, and in 2013 participated in the United Nations the World We Want Assembly. Continue
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