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63 minutes | 9 months ago
Ep. 36 Flashback Friday with Regan Rosburg: Breaching Grief, Melancholia and Mania with Biophilia
Regan Rosburg is an artist and naturalist. Recently, her work has been an investigation into society's collective grief, melancholia and mania which manifests as consumption and distraction. She has conducted biology-based research trips to the Bahamas, Canada, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Thailand, The Pacific Northwest Coast, and the Smokey Mountains of Northeast Tennessee. Rosburg works in a variety of materials. Her resin work contains precious artifacts: plant and animal relics, bones, insects, lace and painted imagery. These objects are suspended in incredibly laborious, three dimensional resin "paintings." The use of resin poignantly addresses her growing concern over plastic pollution in the environment, while presenting the beauty of plant and animal species. Regan curated Axis Mundi - an exhibition of 21 artists from all over the USA and Canada that responded to the topics of Environmental Melancholia, Collective Social Mania and Biophilia. Links mentioned Ecopsychology The three terms expressed on Axis Mundi: Artists on Ecopsychology Freud's “Mourning, Melancholia, and Mania” PDF Renee Lurtzman on Environmental Melancholia E. O. Wilson and Biophilia / Forest Bathing in Japan The 2017 Biennial of Americas in Denver, CO Chris Jordan's film "Albatross" The 21 artists and their work can be found at AXIS MUNDI Artists on EcoPsychology: Environmental Melancholia, Collective Social Mania, and Biophilia Regan's "The Relentless Memorial" Axis Mundi Brings The Work of Twenty-one Artists from the USA and Canada Jennifer Jenal showing of Albatros Summer 2018 showings at the William Havu Gallery in Denver Guest Contact information ReganRosburg.com Regan Rosburg on InstaGram #reganrosburg Regan Rosburg on Tumblr Regan Rosburg on Vimeo Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp. XG1JhG5bhVnOqLzWJFnM
29 minutes | 2 years ago
Ep. 35 Zack Rago: Diving In with Chasing Coral Co-Star
Produced by www.EcoArtsFoundation.org visit www.LetsTalkAboutTheWeather.org to comment. ZACKERY RAGO is the Youth Outreach Manager for Exposure Labs' Chasing Coral Impact Campaign and is thrilled to engage youth around the globe through science, art, and passion. Zack’s passion for coral reefs began in the Hawaiian Islands where he spent his childhood summers under the waves of the Pacific. His infatuation with coral led to a position in the marine aquarium industry for 4 years before bringing his passion to Teens4Oceans and View Into The Blue. He received a degree in Evolutionary Biology & Ecology from the University of Colorado at Boulder. As a talented reef aquarist and long-time scuba diver, he is dedicated to communicating the story of coral through science and art. Links Mentioned https://www.chasingcoral.com/ http://www.exposurelabs.com/ https://teens4oceans.org/ https://www.viewintotheblue.com/ Contact Zack Zack Rago Zack on Twitter @coral_buff Zack on Instagram @coral_buff Zack and Resources on www.ChasingCoral.com Contact us and let’s talk (about the weather) Ashley Mazanec at EcoArtsFoundation.org Britta Nancarrow on Instagram Britta Nancarrow at the Climate Reality Project EcoArtsFoundation.org Let’s Talk About The Weather podcast page Email the show Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
37 minutes | 2 years ago
Ep. 34 Beverly Naidus: Superwoman Remediating Superfund Sites
Beverly Naidus is an interdisciplinary artist, writer, and educator. While developing an innovative studio arts curriculum, she has been creating interactive installations, digital projects, artist books and narrative and conceptual drawings for over three decades. Much of her work is audience-participatory, inviting people to tell their own stories in response to the theme being explored. Inspired by the lived experience, topics in her art focus on environmental and social issues, including how we are individually and collectively affected by racism, climate change and multiple forms of systemic oppression. Her unique courses at UWT emerge from her own projects and include Art in a Time of War, Cultural Identity and Art, Body Image and Art, Eco-art, Labor, Globalization and Art and the Artist as Visionary and Dreamer. She is the author of Arts for Change: Teaching Outside the Frame, numerous essays on socially engaged art and pedagogy and some recent pieces of speculative fiction. She has taught at several NYC museums, Carleton College, Cal State Long Beach, Hampshire College, Goddard College and the Institute for Social Ecology. She has guest lectured and led workshops all over North America and in Europe. She facilitated and designed the permaculture-inspired, eco-art project, Eden Reframed, on Vashon Island, WA, funded by the Royalty Research Foundation. Her work has been exhibited internationally, in mainstream museums, university galleries, alternative spaces, and city streets. It has been reviewed and discussed by many significant writers, including Lucy R. Lippard, Suzi Gablik, Paul Von Blum and Lisa Bloom. As part of her new collective, ARTifACTs, she is collaborating on an interactive, multidisciplinary project about the future. “We Almost Didn’t Make It,” imagines the artifacts (and stories that emerge from them) found by our descendants that give them insights into the risks taken by activists (their ancestors) that allowed the descendants to exist. It’s an audience participatory and multi-media work that gives participants the opportunity to imagine the artifacts that their descendants might find. Topics & Links Covered in this Episode Joanna Macy - Despair and Personal Power in the Nuclear Age Beverly Naidus- Eden Reframed Beverly Naidus - Soil Remediation Pesticides originally developed as bio warfare during World War II Beverly Naidus on Panic and Despair about Climate Change - We Almost Didn’t Make It UW Tacoma YouTube - We Almost Didn't Make It - Beverly Naidus Pete Seeger “Lots of teaspoons can fill a pail” (The teaspoon brigade) Children & Nature Network - Nature Deficit Disorder No More "Nature-Deficit Disorder" - The "No Child Left Inside" movement Beverly Naidus Book: One Size Does Not Fit All Beverly Naidus Book: Art in a Time of War Book: Arts for Change: Teaching Outside the Frame Non violent communication Beverly Naidus - Labor Globalization and Arts class Beverly Naidus - So you want to be an eco-artist? Lessons in Grief and Gratitude Beverly Naidus - Portable Altars for Grief and Gratitude Beverly sits on the Puyallup Nation Land Contact Beverly Naidus BeverlyNaidus.net On Facebook: Arts for Change: Teaching Outside the Frame Download: Naidus-Art CV 2018 Eco-art Project’s Blog: Eden Reframed: Eco-art Meets Permaculture Design on Vashon Island Beverly Naidus: Academia, University of Washington Tacoma, Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, Faculty Member Beverly Naidus: Wikipedia Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
39 minutes | 2 years ago
Ep. 33 Photographic Story Teller Noam Bedein Advocates Dead Sea Revival
Visit www.EcoArtsFoundation.org to comment. Beginning in April 2016, environmental visual arts activist Noam Bedein began documenting the treasures of the Dead Sea, gathering evidence of new dramatic geological phenomena and measuring the constant and rapid receding water level. Scientists are warning that if something is not done immediately, all that will remain of the Dead Sea will be a small pool of salt water. His mission is to share the incredible beauty of this World Heritage Site using many forms of visual arts; such as a photo exhibition display and virtual reality demonstration, all for sounding the alarm of its imminent disappearance. Since founding Dead Sea Revival Project he has been recognized by National Geographic and CNN/VR. Links mentioned Dead Sea rapid receding water level Dead Sea Revival Project Noam Bedein on Instagram National Geographic and CNN/VR. Follow #RestoreHistoricalFlow Guest Contact Info Noam Bedein Dead Sea Revival Project Noam Bedein on Instagram firstname.lastname@example.org Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
34 minutes | 2 years ago
Ellison and Borden Amplify Ecological Culture with Design and Landscape Architecture Ep. 32
Contact the show! Aaron M. Ellison is the Senior Research Fellow in Ecology in Harvard’s Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Senior Ecologist & Deputy Director at the Harvard Forest, and a semi-professional photographer and writer. He studies the disintegration and reassembly of ecosystems following natural and anthropogenic disturbances; thinks about the relationship between the Dao and the Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis; reflects on the critical and reactionary stance of Ecology relative to Modernism, blogs as The Unbalanced Ecologist, and tweets as @AMaxEll17. He is the author of A Primer of Ecological Statistics (2004/2012), A Field Guide to the Ants of New England (2012; recipient of the 2013 USA Book News International Book Award in General Science, and the 2013 award for Specialty Title in Science and Nature from The New England Society in New York City), Stepping in the Same River Twice: Replication in Biological Research (2017), Carnivorous Plants: Physiology, Ecology, and Evolution (2018), and Vanishing Point (2017), a collection of photographs and poetry from the Pacific Northwest. On Wednesdays, he works wood. David Buckley Borden is a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based interdisciplinary artist and designer. Using an accessible combination of art and design, David promotes a shared environmental awareness and heightened cultural value of ecology. David's projects highlight both pressing environmental issues and everyday phenomena. Driven by research and community outreach, his work manifests in a variety of forms, ranging from site-speciﬁc landscape installations in the woods to data-driven cartography in the gallery. David's place-based projects have recently earned him residencies at the Santa Fe Art Institute, Teton Artlab, Trifecta Hibernaculum, and Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. David was a 2016/2017 Charles Bullard Fellow in Forest Research at Harvard University and continues to work with researchers as a Harvard Forest Associate Fellow to answer the question, “How can art and design foster cultural cohesion around environmental issues and help inform ecology-minded decision making?” David studied landscape architecture at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design and worked at Sasaki Associates and Ground before focusing his independent practice at the intersection of landscape, creativity, and cultural event. Links mentioned The Suffocating Embrace of Landscape and the Picturesque Conditioning of Ecology Guest Contact Info Aaron Ellison Aaron’s Wikipedia page Aaron’s Amazon Author page Aaron at Harvard Forest (Harvard University's 4000 acre laboratory & classroom Long Term Ecological Research site since 1988) Aaron The Unbalanced Ecologist Aaron on Twitter @AMaxEll17 Email Aaron Ellison David Buckley Borden David at DavidBuckleyBorden.com Associate Fellow (Designer-In-Residence) at Harvard Forest Hemlock Hospice Art/Science Installation & Exhibition by David Buckley Borden David at the Santa Fe Art Institute Contact us and let’s talk (about the weather) Ashley Mazanec at EcoArtsFoundation.org Britta Nancarrow on Instagram Britta Nancarrow at the Climate Reality Project EcoArtsFoundation.org Let’s Talk About The Weather podcast page Email the show Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
71 minutes | 2 years ago
Ep. 31 Mario Benassi: A Walk on the Wild Side of Environmental Film
Mario Benassi is a producer, director and cinematographer dedicated to the preservation of biodiversity. National Geographic, PBS and Discovery Channel are just a few of the many organizations Benassi has worked with. Acclaimed for filming in rugged and remote jungles, Benassi has put himself in extreme situations to capture intimate moments with truly amazing wildlife. He now resides in Haines, Alaska where he continues to document the wonders of nature exposing how pollution and other environmental issues affect the ecosystems. As founder of Wildside Productions, an organization that uses media, presentations and live animal encounters to create environmental awareness, Benassi’s goal is to inspire the preservation of the Earth’s beauty. Links mentioned Marty Stouffer's Wild America. Ginger Kathrens and The Cloud Foundation protecting and preserving America's wild horses and burros. Mario Benassi film Toxic Treasure (listed down the page) at the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival. Mario’s Contact Info Mario BenassiProducer / Director / CinematographerHC 60 Box 2844Haines, AK 99827Wildside Productions LTDMario Benassi films on VimeoMario on FacebookMario Julian Benassi on Facebook Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
40 minutes | 3 years ago
Ep. 30 Jill Kubit: DearTomorrow Personalizes Climate Change
Sent on April 25, 2018 by Anonymous. “to the future generation, Hello to whoever reads this letter in the future. Today is a beautiful sunny day without a single cloud in sight. The sun is warm with a slight breeze tingling down my face as I walk on the sidewalks. Over the next ten, twenty or even thirty years, these clear, sunny skies may not even exist. At the current rate of pollution and climate change that we are currently experiencing, cities may begin to fill up with smog and pollution. I fear the day that we may not ever see a sunny day in the future…” Read the complete letter and Send Your Own Message Here. Jill Kubit is the director and co-founder of DearTomorrow - a digital and archive project for people to personally connect with the issue of climate change, to commit to taking stronger action and to share these stories with friends, family and their social networks. After spending a decade working with the U.S. labor movement on climate change, she has become fascinated with how to best engage the general public on this complex issue. Jill is deeply committed to building new ideas, projects and organizations to explore this question and brings many organizational development skills to her work, including: fundraising, building partnerships, developing strategy, teaching, writing, organizing events, and managing projects. She has a Masters in Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School and a B.A. from Northwestern. Her TED Talk discusses the founding of DearTomorrow - a project she started with Trisha Shrum when her son Gabriel was 18 months old - which she has been working to build ever since. Guest Contact Info Jill Kubit Website: www.deartomorrow.org Send Your Own Message Here Also LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jill-kubit-65a10396/ #DearTomorrow Facebook: DearTomorrow https://www.facebook.com/DearTomorrow/ Instagram: DearTomorrow https://www.instagram.com/deartomorrow/ Twitter: @deartmrw https://twitter.com/DearTmrw TED talk: Climate change is personal | Jill Kubit Let's Talk About The Weather podcast is a project of EcoArts Foundation. Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
40 minutes | 3 years ago
Ep. 29 Daniel Hudon: Eco Fiction and Poetry for Species Lost
Daniel Hudon, originally from Canada, is an adjunct lecturer in math, astronomy and physics. He is the author of two books of nonfiction: a humorous intro to the universe, called The Bluffer’s Guide to the Cosmos and a lyrical prose compendium designed to raise awareness about the biodiversity crisis, called Brief Eulogies for Lost Animals: An Extinction Reader. He likes to go hiking and kayaking and to dance Argentine tango. He can be found online at DanielHudon.com, @daniel_hudon, and in Boston, MA. A quote read by Ashley from Tagore blazed onto a sign in a hillside stand of deodars in Simla, India: Be still, my heart, these great trees are prayers, and as I watch them swell above me I see the symmetry of hands pressed together tapering skyward and try to remember when I last loved a tree so much I wanted to get lost in its forest, or even its shadow. Once in a Toronto park I saw a maple sing out as if it was the last tree on Earth; never had I seen such red for in Alberta, where I grew up, fall was brief and yellow, without maples. I remember telling my parents about it on the phone. On my block in Boston, every autumn a maple turns red in a slow burn from the top down over several weeks, as if refusing to let its fire out too quickly. But last fall it turned early, dropped its leaves before the end of August and now bark is peeling away from the trunk. All winter I wondered if it would bud in the spring and now I know. I fear it will be removed and don’t know what I will do then. Last year scientists said our planet had three trillion trees, enough to give each person four hundred and twenty two, a small forest and really, I’d like to know where mine are because I want to climb one of them, or perhaps build a treehouse, string a hammock between a pair, or walk among them as if they are elders of the Earth, praying for all of us. Guest Contact Info Daniel Hudon, Ph.D. Twitter: @daniel_hudonWeb: DanielHudon.com See my new book: Brief Eulogies for Lost Animals: An Extinction Reader, available at http://penandanvil.com/brief-eulogies/ Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
36 minutes | 3 years ago
Ep. 28 Doron Gazit: Olympics Fly Guy inventor takes Inflatable Art to Devastated Environments
Designer and environmental artist Doron Gazit‘s use of the natural elements - in particular wind - has provoked and fascinated onlookers from the Fly Guy of the Olympics to visual feasts across castles and deserts. Since 2014, he has sounded a creative alarm of sorts through his Red Line Project, a series of red balloon tunnels highlighting humans’ misuse of the environment. Gazit’s temporary installations can be found documented across the globe from the Dead Sea sinkholes to Alaskan glaciers. Topics and Links mentioned VIDEO: Keeping the Dead Sea alive: Artist Doron Gazit creates eye-popping installations in Israel, i24news 1984 Olympic games and the “Fly Guy” Doron’s development of “vertical winds” Doron’s Burning Man installations The Redline Metaphor and the Projects Valerie Kosheleff MSc, and the Save a Horney Friend Foundation VIDEO: The Red Line Project at the Dead Sea Sinkholes - Doron Gazit Glacier Melts Doron’s Mission Doron Gazit’s Art Materials National Geographic - We Made Plastic. We depend on it. Now we're Drowning in it National Geographic - Planet or Plastic? Pesticides and Algae Blooms VIDEO: Sculpting the Winds of Change | Doron Gazit | TEDxVail BOOK: Doron Gazit: Art * Design * Spirit Inspirational: Christo and Jeanne-Claude Inspirational: Andy Goldsworthy Inspirational: John Quigley The Instructables Wind Tube Doron’s closing words: “Don’t be passive.” Think how to change, improve. Be active. Break the frame!” Guest Contact Info Doron GazitDoronGazit.comDoron on Instagram Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
59 minutes | 3 years ago
Ep. 27 Miss Violette: Making an Impact through Melody and Rhyme
Miss Violette is a budding duo that marries the unique style of singer/songwriter and activist Violette Larsen with the musical direction and insight of acclaimed producer and writer Angus Wilson. On and off stage they commit their lives to the musical embodiment of love and truth through lyrics and melody, on a mission together to bring heart centered, impact driven music back to the mainstream. Their first EP Black Snake, inspired by the Dakota Access oil pipeline, will be released July 16, 2018, alongside a music video to accompany its namesake single. Guest Contact Info Miss Violette@GrooveOnViolette on InstaGramMiss Violette on FacebookMissViolette.com Angus WilsonmuSIChouse.earthmuSIC house on Facebook Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
37 minutes | 3 years ago
Ep. 26 Lara Segura: Bee Conscious and National Water Dance Choreography
Lara Segura has extensive experience as a professional dancer, teacher, producer and choreographer. In 2005 Lara graduated with a BFA Degree from San Diego State University and was later named the 2012 Dance Alumni of the Year for SDSU. She has had the pleasure of performing with Malashock Dance, Mojalet Dance Collective, Jacksonville Dance Theater, Sound Dance Company, Wallpaper Performance Company and San Diego Dance Theater’s Trolley Dances. She has served as a faculty member at Douglas Anderson School for the Performing Arts and Jacksonville University. In 2014 Lara received her MFA in Choreography from Jacksonville University with an emphasis in engaging audiences via site-specific dance. She is a founding steering committee member for San Diego Dance Connect and serves on the advisory board for National Water Dance. Her Bee Conscious Summer Series is a lighthearted look at the buzzing world of pollinators. Show Note Links Dale Aundra Founder National Water Dance National Water Dance Liquid Flux Rebecca Brown H2O Dance Company San Diego’s Museum of Man LIVE Stream @ National Water Dance via YouTube or on Lara’s FB page Xeriscaping Ep. 4 Rob Greenfield: Food Waste Fiasco, Trash Me, and Creative Eco Adventures Bees and the “waggle” dance Ep. 7 Alicia Previn: Earthworms, Tortoises, and Bees in Song and Story James McDonald Beekeeper Guest Contact Info Lara Segura on FacebookLara Segura on Instagram Support our podcast by purchasing the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
56 minutes | 3 years ago
Ep. 25 Ruth Wallen: Confronting Development and Climate Change
Ruth Wallen is a multimedia artist and writer whose work is dedicated to encouraging dialogue about ecology and social justice. She creates web sites and outdoor installations and has participated in innumerable exhibitions. Solo exhibitions range from Franklin Furnace, CEPA, New Langton Arts, to many San Diego venues. Web site hosts include the California Museum of Photography and the Exploratorium, where her work is currently on view. She was part of Weather Report: Art and Climate Change at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, curated by Lucy Lippard, and recently has been addressing climate change in collaboration with scientists at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Ruth writes critically about ecological art and race, gender and visual culture. She is on the faculty of the MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts Program at Goddard College, a lecturer at UCSD, and was a Fulbright Lecturer at the Autonomous University of Baja California, Tijuana. Links to the Artwork of Ruth Wallen Listen to the Trees Las Comadres Light Up the Border Again View Points: Estuary Intimate Details Remember The Trees Articles Preserving Paradise A Day Without Mexicans Barrier or Bridge: Photojournalism of the San Diego/Tijuana Border Region LEONaRDo vol 45 calls for “Visionary intervention in a time of crisis” Other mentions Naomi Klein: This Changes Everything Ep. 24 Regan Rosburg: Breaching Grief, Melancholia and Mania with Biophilia Helen Newton . . . @ about 46:30 Public Address (public artists) Guest Contact information RuthWallen.netRuth Wallen on Facebook Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
62 minutes | 3 years ago
Ep. 24 Regan Rosburg: Breaching Grief, Melancholia and Mania with Biophilia
Regan Rosburg is an artist and naturalist. Recently, her work has been an investigation into society's collective grief, melancholia and mania which manifests as consumption and distraction. She has conducted biology-based research trips to the Bahamas, Canada, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Thailand, The Pacific Northwest Coast, and the Smokey Mountains of Northeast Tennessee. Rosburg works in a variety of materials. Her resin work contains precious artifacts: plant and animal relics, bones, insects, lace and painted imagery. These objects are suspended in incredibly laborious, three dimensional resin "paintings." The use of resin poignantly addresses her growing concern over plastic pollution in the environment, while presenting the beauty of plant and animal species. Regan curated Axis Mundi - an exhibition of 21 artists from all over the USA and Canada that responded to the topics of Environmental Melancholia, Collective Social Mania and Biophilia. Links mentioned Ecopsychology The three terms expressed on Axis Mundi: Artists on Ecopsychology Freud's “Mourning, Melancholia, and Mania” PDF Renee Lurtzman on Environmental Melancholia E. O. Wilson and Biophilia / Forest Bathing in Japan The 2017 Biennial of Americas in Denver, CO Chris Jordan's film "Albatross" The 21 artists and their work can be found at AXIS MUNDI Artists on EcoPsychology: Environmental Melancholia, Collective Social Mania, and Biophilia Regan's "The Relentless Memorial" Axis Mundi Brings The Work of Twenty-one Artists from the USA and Canada Jennifer Jeannelle showing of Albatros Summer 2018 showings at the William Havu Gallery in Denver Guest Contact information ReganRosburg.com Regan Rosburg on InstaGram #reganrosburg Regan Rosburg on Tumblr Regan Rosburg on Vimeo Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
46 minutes | 3 years ago
Ep. 23 Katharine Wilkinson: Drawdown and the Middle Ground on Climate
Dr. Katharine Wilkinson is Senior Writer at Project Drawdown, where she collaborated with Paul Hawken on the New York Times best-seller Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming. Katharine’s interdisciplinary background cuts across research, strategy, and thought leadership, with a focus on exploring, amplifying, and invigorating action to address climate change. She is a Guest Lecturer in environmental leadership at Agnes Scott College. Previously, she was Director of Strategy at the purpose consultancy BrightHouse and worked for the Boston Consulting Group and the Natural Resources Defense Council. Based on her doctoral research at the University of Oxford, Katharine published Between God & Green: How Evangelicals Are Cultivating a Middle Ground on Climate Change, called “a vitally important, even subversive, story” by The Boston Globe. Her recent fellowships include Aspen Ideas and Summit LA, and her voice has been featured by The Weather Channel, Talks @ Google, and on campuses including Columbia, Princeton, and Yale. Katharine holds a doctorate in Geography & Environment from Oxford, where she was a Rhodes Scholar, and a B.A. in Religion from Sewanee - The University of the South. She is happiest on a mountain or a horse. Links mentioned Project: Drawdown - 100 Solutions to Reverse Global Warming Book: Drawdown - The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming Katharine: Speaking Drawdown: Solutions Katharine's book: Between God & Green: How Evangelicals Are Cultivating a Middle Ground on Climate Change Let's create a climate fit for life: Interface carpet manufacture Paul Hawken’s Book: The Ecology of Commerce Kick-off of the Eco Challenge Contact Katharine Wilkinson A Path Forward on Climate Change. Writing. Speaking. Strategy. Facilitation. KKWilkinson.comEmail KatharineOn Facebook Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
52 minutes | 3 years ago
Ep. 22 Marina Zurkow & Una Chaudhuri: The Nature - Culture Intersection
www.LetsTalkAboutTheWeather.org Marina Zurkow is a media artist focused on near-impossible nature and culture intersections, researching “wicked problems” like invasive species, superfund sites, and petroleum interdependence. She has used life science, bio materials, animation, dinners and software technologies to foster intimate connections between people and non-human agents. Her work spans gallery installations and unconventional public participatory projects. Currently, she is working on connecting toxic urban waterways to oceans, and researching the tensions between maritime ecology and the ocean’s primary human use as a capitalist Pangea. Una Chaudhuri teaches English, Drama, and Environmental Studies at New York University. Her recent books include Animal Acts: Performing Species Today, co-edited with Holly Hughes, and Ecocide: Research Theatre and Climate Change, co-authored with Shonni Enelow. She collaborates with Fritz Ertl in a long-term project called Research Theatre. Her current projects include a book tentatively entitled The Stage Lives of Animals, another on oceans and performance, and a Research Theater exploration of Alexander Von Humboldt. Links and Resources Mentioned Website: Dear Climate At NYU Campus Abu Dhabi Book: Naomi Oreskes and Erik M. Conway's The Collapse of Western Civilization Book: Amitav Ghosh, The Great Derangement Ecological artist, educator, activist, and writer Oliver Kellhammer Meet climate, befriend climate, be climate: The Climoji Project Team The Climoji App Una’s interest in Pedagogy Dear Climate Posters available for download Dear Climate Podcast Guest Contact information Una Chaudhuri & Marina ZurkowDear Climate Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
51 minutes | 3 years ago
Ep. 21 Andy Myers: Picturing a Just Transition
CALL TO ACTION by March 9th, 2018 Text OCEAN to 52886 to leave a comment with the Federal Government regarding offshore drilling and/or visit Regulations.gov. Andy Myers is the Senior Campaign Coordinator for Working Films, he holds a B.A in film studies and a B.A in environmental studies from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. A longtime proponent of connecting film with activism, he has coordinated various national campaigns which leverage the narrative in social issue documentaries to advance the efforts of organizations with shared goals. Topics and Links Mentioned Asheville, NC Film: Shore Stories Seismic testing Seismic testing effects on marine life Film: Sonic Sea Want to host a short story screening? Contact Andy via email Oceania.org Protecting the World’s Oceans Surfrider Foundation.org Book: This Changes Everything ~ Naomi Klein Tips for the Eco Artist? Think about the art, not the impact. “Just Transition” ~ Andy Myers, climate change to renewable energy . . . CALL TO ACTION by March 9th, 2018 - Post-screening update & action: text OCEAN to 52886 to leave a comment with the Federal Government regarding offshore drilling and/or visit Regulations.gov. Guest Contact information Andy MyersWorking Films 624 1/2 South 7th Street Wilmington NC 28401www.WorkingFilms.org@email@example.comWant to host a short story screening? Contact Andy via emailWorking Films on FacebookWorking Films on Instagram Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
40 minutes | 3 years ago
Ep. 20 Mario Escobar: The Story of Stuff
www.LetsTalkAboutTheWeather.org Mario Escobar is the Digital Media Producer for the Story of Stuff Project, a non-profit which utilizes the power of animated video and picture to raise awareness of the impact our take-make-waste economy has on the environment. As he manages the creation of short, educational videos - his position entails him to identify, create and share impactful stories that highlight problems and solutions relating to various environmental issues. Mario has spent more than 15 years producing, editing and directing projects in the field of social justice. Links and Mentions The Story of Stuff The Free Range Studio Privatized Water Awareness We Tap The Story of Stuff: Tell Nestle to Unbottle California! Episode 16: Kirsi Jansa: Pioneering Sustainability with Documentary Film The Story of Stuff Microban Monica Rosquillas on Instagram: Girl For A Clean World SumOfUs palm oil commercial SanDiego350 The Story of Stuff: The Growing Solutions Campaign Eco Artists Tips Guest Contact information Mario EscobarThe Story of StuffMario on FacebookThe Story of Stuff on TwitterThe Story of Stuff on FacebookThe Story of Stuff on InstagramThe Story of Stuff on YouTube Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
44 minutes | 3 years ago
Ep. 19 Kyle Calian: Regenerating the Planet through Print
www.LetsTalkAboutTheWeather.org Kyle Calian is the founder the Regeneration Magazine, a biannual print and digital publication, that seeks to address the lack of informative and inspiring content on the environment by highlighting the people who have chosen to make addressing these problems their life’s work. By showcasing the personal stories of these creatives, artists, writers, and entrepreneurs, the hope is that by changing the conversation on climate change, their social enterprises will not only give the movement a voice, but also inspire its readers to join as well. Kyle is also a graphic designer, photographer, and social innovator focused finding solutions using human-centered design, cradle to cradle, regenerative design and zero waste principles. From permaculture to graphic design, Kyle is passionate about all things environment and social innovation, hunting down solutions that make better communities and regenerate our soil. He also has two earth tattoos and a recycling tattoo and hopes to one day go skiing with Leonardo DiCaprio. Links or mentions Paul Hawken’s Drawdown Daniel Pinchback’s How Soon Is Now? The Film RiverBlue Zero Waste Lifestyle Kyle’s #1 Eco Hot Button: Food Solare Creative Ecological Design Guest Contact information Kyle Caliankyle@theregenerationmag.comwww.TheRegenerationMag.comInstagram: @theregenerationmagTwitter: @theregenmag Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
42 minutes | 3 years ago
Ep. 18 Justin Hofman: Polar Bears, Q-Tips, and Expeditions
www.LetsTalkAboutTheWeather.org You probably know Justin Hofman as the mastermind behind the viral photo of an innocent seahorse carrying a Q-tip through the ocean. This captivating photo alerted millions of viewers to the toxic impact we have on other creatures and environments. As a distinguished photographer, videographer and scientific illustrator, Justin is a member of the SeaLegacy Collective, a group of prominent photographers and videographers who use the power of media and art to inspire people to take action to save our oceans. Additionally, Justin is an expedition leader with EYOS Expeditions, a certified UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) pilot and a rebreather diver. Mentions UC Santa Cruz Diane Burko: Polar Expeditions in Photo and Paint The Centre for Bhutan Studies & GNH (Gross National Happiness) A Short Guide to Gross National Happiness Index Wildlife Conservation Society (Chile) The garbage patches of the Atlantic Starving Polar Bear VIDEO @NatGeo SeaLegacy David Doubilet @NatGeo Photographer and speaker Cynthia Matzke: Filming a way to Ocean Health SpiralPacific.org The Great White Shark @NatGeo SeafoodWatch.org The Seafood Watch APP Contact Justin Hofman Justin on Instagram Justin’s website SeaLegacy Collective EYOS Expeditions Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
47 minutes | 3 years ago
Ep. 17 Marina Qutab: Living the Eco Goddess Lifestyle through film, photo, recipes, and music
www.LetsTalkAboutTheWeather.org Marina Qutab, better known as the Eco Goddess, is a zero waste vegan influencer. As an activist since the age of 10, she latched on to art and music in particular to spread her message. Apart from being an eco-musician herself, she founded Ecostrings, an organization which uses music to educate people worldwide about pressing social issues and encourages them to take action. Among her many talents, Marina is about to release her first ever E-book called "Zero Waste Vegan Travel." Marina uses the power of film, photo, recipes, music, and compassion to enrich the environmental movement. Links mentioned ProjectGreenChallenge.com CoralTreeFarm.com How I traveled across the country . . . Zero Waste Vegan Travel eBook Prince Ea’s YouTube Dear Future Generations: Sorry Recycling: What Goes Where Guest Contact information Marina Qutab EcoGoddess.com EcoStringsMusic.org Marina Qutab on Instagram Marina on Facebook EcoGoddess on Facebook Ecostrings on Facebook EcoGoddess on YouTube Mona Thomas SunHorseEnergy.com firstname.lastname@example.org Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.
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