Dick Lamm began in politics in the 1970s as a civil rights lawyer, champion of a local campaign in Colorado to reject Denver's bid to host the Olympics and advocate with his wife, Dottie of a woman's right to choose. He went on to be elected governor of Colorado three times. That was almost 25 years ago. Today he is concerned about the future of democracy, the questions of American consumption and the sustainability of our life style. He discusses here sustainability, health care, immigration and other of the hottest topics of our times.