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Hello Climate Change
45 minutes | Apr 23, 2017
Kids Speak Up
Check out Jeremy Clark and Charlie Abrams — seventh-graders in Portland, Oregon who've been speaking out for sane climate policy since they were 9 years old. See http://hellocc.info for resource links.
59 minutes | Apr 2, 2017
Hopeful Perspective from Uganda
Sam Ward makes his daily commute by kayak, crossing the river Nile. Thanks to Sam for this thoughtful conversation, and inspiration, from an international point of view. Resource links at hellocc.info
44 minutes | Mar 16, 2017
Electoral politics, activist strategy, and "Art for the Resistance" - with Randy McMahon. Resources mentioned are here: hellocc.info
42 minutes | Mar 3, 2017
Capitalism and Idealism
Renewable energy, government, immigration, capitalism, idealism, national infrastructure — a wide-ranging discussion between spouses. Here's the story in Inc magazine mentioned: inc.com/magazine/201511/paul-keegan/does-more-pay-mean-more-growth.html . More about the podcast at hellocc.info
57 minutes | Feb 20, 2017
Farmer, organizer, activist Jen Burt talks about chaining herself to a bank, growing kohlrabi, emotion, activism, and the making of a leader. Lots of links at hellocc.info/
33 minutes | Feb 12, 2017
The Human Community
Empathy, dialogue, and the task of intentionally evolving humanity—a conversation with educator and humanitarian Sarah Buie of Clark University. Links to resources mentioned at hellocc.info
53 minutes | Feb 9, 2017
Asking a Climate Scientist: How Are You?
Discussing the latest climate science, taking political action, and using social media constructively—a conversation with climate scientist Anji Seth of the University of Connecticut. See resources mentioned at http://hellocc.info
14 minutes | Feb 3, 2017
BONUS round: Tending the Emotional Landscape
Continued conversation with Cherese Matthews: community, individual relationships, and the great divide between Trump supporters and the rest of us. The article I mentioned on fundamentalists of the "deep red" states: http://www.alternet.org/election-2016/rural-america-understanding-isnt-problem
56 minutes | Feb 2, 2017
Taking action, self-care, privilege, Facebook, and the power of community with activist and friend Cherese Matthews. See the Women's March from every continent in the New York Times here: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/01/21/world/womens-march-pictures.html?_r=0 and the animated statistics on wealth disparity here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPKKQnijnsM
55 minutes | Jan 23, 2017
Sustainability from the Ground Up
Sustainable forestry, small-scale farming, and changing the world one town at a time with Director of the Institute for Sustainable Energy, Lynn Stoddard. More resources at http://hellocc.info
62 minutes | Jan 17, 2017
Becoming a Creative Communicator
Exploring the social, personal, and academics of climate change with University of Connecticut sociologist Phoebe Godfrey. See http://hellocc.info for resources mentioned in the conversation.
13 minutes | Jan 12, 2017
BONUS round: Weather Channel President David Clark
Sometimes the best part of the conversation happens when the conversation is over.
52 minutes | Jan 9, 2017
Weather Channel President David Clark
David Clark, president of the Weather Channel TV network, just happened to be one of my childhood playmates. Check out "Note to Breitbart" ( https://weather.com/news/news/breitbart-misleads-americans-climate-change ) and kids talking climate ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwRhHyYR6cs&feature=youtu.be )
14 minutes | Dec 20, 2016
What's in it for ME
Working to end climate change for selfish reasons— lessons learned from 39 conversations. (Full disclosure: I was nervous about this one.) More about me here: http://amykstudio.com
45 minutes | Dec 5, 2016
Thinking about anger, violence, threats of violence, fear, and power struggles - lessons taken from social service legislation and training programs. (Just after recording this podcast, I learned that the Army Corps of Engineers denied DAPL a permit to drill under the Missouri River. This is a major victory, but the fight is not over yet. Ways to support here: http://sacredstonecamp.org/ )
48 minutes | Nov 28, 2016
Humanity: One Big Us
Jim and I discuss reparations, racism, Thanksgiving, Bolivia, water, feminism, population growth, and the extractive economy. We recommend the documentary, FLOW: For the Love of Water. http://www.flowthefilm.com/
52 minutes | Nov 20, 2016
Comfort Food and Corporate Journalism
Discussing the place for fun and bonding while taking political action, the power of consumer vs voter, and where we get our news, with psychotherapist Beth Hankins.
40 minutes | Nov 13, 2016
President Trump. Yikes. Jim and I try to wrap our minds around it.
58 minutes | Jun 4, 2016
Living Consciously in a Changing World
From canvasing for the environment to personal accountability to how to make yogurt—— a wide-ranging conversation with Michelle Maitland, longtime activist and brand new friend. Check out Low Tech Magazine here: http://www.lowtechmagazine.com/
61 minutes | May 24, 2016
Sociology And Climate Change
School, religion, culture — the institutions that shape our minds, attitudes, and sense of agency in the world. Fascinating conversation with sociologist, professor, and climate change activist, Dr. Phoebe Godfrey. (Check out Daniel Pink's TED talk here: http://www.ted.com/talks/dan_pink_on_motivation?language=en ) More references on the way...
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