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24 minutes | 3 days ago
Episode 151. Best in Climate : Jens Peterson: If We Do Nothing
The closing chapter from Jens Peterson's What We Leave: A Caretaker's Guide to an Ill Planet envisions the catastrophe to our world If We Do Nothing.
36 minutes | 6 days ago
Episode 150. Turner Wyatt and Leah Graham: How will buying Upcycled Foods help counteract Climate Change?
What if your every trip to the grocery store helped counteract climate change? Hear how Turner Wyatt and Leah Graham of Upcycled Food Association are working to make that vision a reality.
8 minutes | 10 days ago
Episode 149 BEST IN CLIMATE For a win on climate, let's put our best player in the game, by Mark Reynolds
Mark Reynolds, Executive Director of Citizen's Climate Lobby, makes the case that now is the time to enact a carbon tax. *read with author's permission*
48 minutes | 14 days ago
Episode 148: How to we begin to work WITH Mother Nature instead of against Her? An interview with Kristen Krash
Journey with ex pat Kristen Krash to the cloud forest of Ecuador where she is regenerating the land with organic cacao at Sueno de Vida.
12 minutes | 17 days ago
Episode 147. BEST IN CLIMATE: Out of the Pandemic, Chances for Another Future, by Eilene Zimmerman
When our lives are disrupted by crisis, can we look beyond the distress to view the moment as an opportunity for introspection, action and change? In this compelling essay, Eilene Zimmerman details the personal growth trajectories of three individuals who have thrived in new directions because of the pandemic. Will we apply this lesson of resiliency to the impending climate crisis? * read with author's permission *
36 minutes | 21 days ago
Episode 146. What Everyday Changes Can We Make to our Food System to Counteract Climate Change?
In this extended Earth Day episode, 14 food systems professionals share their expertise on ways individuals can counteract climate change at home.
10 minutes | 24 days ago
Episode 145. BEST IN CLIMATE: How the First Earth Day Was Borne From 1960s Counterculture, by Sarah Pruitt
What do you know about the origins of Earth Day? Sarah Pruitt provides the background of this yearly celebration on April 22.
36 minutes | a month ago
Episode 144. How Do We Stop the War on Life?
At this time of ecological devastation and climate emergency, when things seem hopeless, what difference can one person or group of people make? Rose and Christine discuss how the findings of Quantum Physics can inform our experience of these difficult times, including the importance of staying connected to life's mystery and loving the world despite the crises we are facing.
10 minutes | a month ago
Episode 143. BEST IN CLIMATE by Rebecca Solnit: There's another pandemic under our noses, and it kills 8.7m people a year
Can we replicate the same sense of urgency for climate change that we showed for Covid-19? Rebecca Solnit shows us why we must. **This story was originally published by The Guardian, and is republished here as part of the Covering Climate Now www.theguardian.com/enviroment/series/covering-climate-now partnership to strengthen the media's focus on the climate crisis.**
46 minutes | a month ago
Episode 142. How Can We Reconnect with Mother Earth? An Interview with Mare Cromwell
Gaia Mystic Mare Cromwell shares her visions of a New Earth being birthed.
12 minutes | a month ago
Episode 141. BEST IN CLIMATE: The link between Soil, Soul and Society, by Satish Kumar
Satish Kamir, Editor Emeritus of Resurgence & Ecologist magazine, insists that reverence for nature should be at the heart of every political and social debate as he reminds us of the interconnection of all living things. *Read with the author's permission* This story was originally published by The Guardian, and is republished here as part of the Covering Climate Now www.theguardian.com/enviroment/series/covering-climate-now partnership to strengthen the media's focus on the climate crisis.
26 minutes | a month ago
Episode 140. How Can We Live More Sustainably? An Interview with Dr. Erlijn van Genuchten
In 2019 Dr. Erlijn van Genutchen took an employee assignment, to help make the company she worked for more sustainable, to heart. The result from her desire to leave a huge positive footprint on the world? A 365 sustainable decision challenge documented daily on social media, garnering a 55k+ twitter following, now become book and social movement.
23 minutes | a month ago
Episode 139. BEST IN CLIMATE: Rewild, Regenerate, or Reforest? A Call to Action, by Kristen Krash
In this Call to Action, Kristen Krash shares her five plus years of learning as she and her partner continue regenerating degraded land in Ecuador into a lush food jungle. "Conserving forests and regenerating stripped land are our best chances for mitigating climate change, period. " **Read with author's permission**
14 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 138. How is Climate Change Affecting Our Oceans?
Two scientific journal studies published in recent weeks detail the environmental destruction of our oceans in ways not previously contemplated. How much longer can humanity ignore the damage we are causing?
14 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 137. BEST IN CLIMATE: How Can the Education of Girls Help Solve the Climate Crisis? An Excerpt from DRAWDOWN
DRAWDOWN lists the education of girls as the #6 solution to counteract Global Warming. What would the world look like if we opened classrooms to the 62 million girls worldwide who currently are currently denied education? The possibilities are life changing for all of us!
33 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 136: What is the Role of the Collective Feminine in Planetary Healing?
Fifteen women, representing hundreds of years of women's empowerment work, discuss the need for humanity to embrace collaborative, compassionate feminine energy at this time in order to heal Mother Earth.
9 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 135. BEST IN CLIMATE. A Moment For Grief by Amber Samaya
"Here is the challenge of our time, dear beings: To truly open our hearts to the wonders of Interbeing, to live a connected, open-eyed, open-hearted, wide-awake life of awareness and responsiveness to what is happening on our beloved planet, this comes with a cost. And that cost is an intensity of grief." Modern mystic Amber Samaya is an artist, a visionary, and an oracle. In this reflection shared on her website, ambersamaya.com, she shares her experience of deep grief of "being born into an earth family that is poisoning each other and our one and only home." Samaya also calls to each to experience our grief, for in experiencing it lies to key to our personal and collective healing.
11 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 134. Can Remembering our Interconnectedness with Mother Nature help us to Heal the Planet?
As children communicating with the natural world was a part of our everyday life. Travel back to a time when you KNEW you were a part of something larger. Can remembering our truth help us avert the climate crisis?
11 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 133. BEST IN CLIMATE: UN Report Lays out Blueprint to End Suicidal War on Nature, by John C. Cannon
Can humanity view nature as “an ally,” not a foe, in the quest for sustainable human development? U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres makes this plea as we confront three simultaneous environmental emergencies: climate change, biodiversity loss, and air and water pollution. ***Read with author's permission***
34 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 132. How Can We Use Climate Crisis to Unite Us? An Interview with Dana Simson
Our differences can be divisive OR if we can remain curious, they can offer us an opportunity to look for solutions with new eyes. Author Dana Simson, author of Come Together, suggests ways we can dispel the drama and collaborate toward a livable future .
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