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Kieran Kelly is the CEO of Ocean Integrity. He shares his story as a fisherman who choose to make a difference for the planet. The pollution of the ocean has many dimensions... Plastics affects many levels of life. The larger pieces of plastic breakdown into microplastics, fish are crowded out of their native environs; it affects everyone... Kieran…
 
Ed Carlevale has been reporting on the influence fossil fuel companies are having on Universities such as MIT. He connects the dots of influence and money, and shares with us the impact that is having on the institution, professors and researchers. If the climate crisis is to be solved, universities need to play a major role in driving change. Unfo…
 
Peter Fiekowsky has a new book out titled "Climate Restoration: The Only Future That Will Sustain the Human Race". Today we discuss his book and drill down into the concepts and science behind reducing CO2 and methane in the atmosphere in order to address the climate crisis and avert extinction. Peter shares insights that turn the tables on the cli…
 
Sheral Sly is an artist who is exploring creativity and purpose in the second half of life. She shares her experiences in developing her own creative process. In the past month, she changed things up injecting bright color into her creations. A brilliant story of evolution, creativity and life. https://artbysheral.com/…
 
Bob Funk is the Secretary-Treasurer of LaborLab. LaborLab is a nonprofit watchdog organization that tracks, monitors, and reports on the union-busting industry. "Informed workers are empowered workers" Bob shares his experience and insights as a union organizer on the struggle of workers to organize today, and the obsticles they face from corporati…
 
Nancy Candea is a yoga therapist and teacher. She recently wrote a book titled "Present: the art of living boldly in the second half of life". Today we discuss her advice on how we can live our best quality life in our later years. While she writes directly to women, this is a lesson we all must embrace. Great conversation... learn more about her a…
 
Amanda Mikesell is a spiritual soul that over the past year has had to face and fight a diagnosis of aggresive breast cancer. She has shared her journey on FB over the past year; every struggle, every joy. Today we discuss her journey and the path forward. It is a rivoting, loving discussion that can't be missed.…
 
Neil Pitts, author of "Postmodernity and Creation of the Anthropocene"; We discuss how the Russian invasion of Ukraine will shape the evolution of global politics in the years to come. What is the role of the UN? How does climate change affect this evolution? After the discussion he explains, "what it was that I was really trying to say - and it's …
 
Dorothy Browne, works for a non-profit and has struggled for years paying on student loan debt. She recently found out that her debt was forgiven! It's a life changing event... to learn more about how to apply for student loan forgiveness check out https://myfedloan.org/borrowers/pslfwaiver.shtml Dorothy shares her experience in the hope that other…
 
Neil Pitts is the author of "Postmodernity and the Creation of the Anthropocene" published in November 2021. Neil examines 3 historical periods and tries to draw insights on what the lessons learned mean for where human civilization is headed, esp given climate change. Our discussion is an exciting and abstract one, but also very meaningful in term…
 
Jason Demchok is a nutritional consultant who shares his journey through a variety of diets. He connects some of the science of nutrition with its impact on human health. We also draw in the role of Buddhism and spirituality. It's a valuable discussion to help us all kick start and embrace healthy living. Check out his website at http://theoptimize…
 
Dale Stubbart is a sustainable lifestyle coach for individuals and businesses. He shares his experiences in the struggle we all face daily in living a lifestyle the honors the planet and fosters happiness within. This is no small challenge within a capitalist system based on dollars and limitations. Give a listen and explore what a sustainable life…
 
Kollibri describes himself as "an Anti-Civ Primativist". We discuss his book of essays titled 'From Outside'; he writes about a variety of issues from the environment, to society, to media, to agriculture, to history, to consciousness... added together these essays create a new holistic view of the world. Check out Kollibri's work at https://macska…
 
Adrian Santiago Tate is founder and CEO of High Tide, a firm which collects data around coastal areas in the US with the goal of managing sea level rise. Adrian shares his background and experience on a subject of increasing importance. Recent scientific reports have indicated an acceleration in the collapse of the Thwaites glacier in Antarctica.…
 
Carey King is a researcher building out an economic model that describes the relationship of energy to the economy and society. Understanding this relationship can help smooth the transition to sustainability. Today we discuss the recent spike in energy prices in Europe, China and the US and how it fits into a larger narrative around a sustainable …
 
Andrew Wallis is the founder of Unseen UK, an organization that has been fighting human trafficking on many levels. We discuss how climate change, and the economic and social disorder it brings, will drive human trafficking to even higher levels. It is an eye opening and sobering conversation. HT is not just a global issue, but it is also very loca…
 
Erinch Sahan is an economist, analyst, and researcher with Doughnut Economics Action Lab the UK. Today we discuss the concept of "Doughnut Economics" and how it can help build a sustainable future. As economic systems experience trauma, space is created for new ideas to reshape the economic future... Doughnut Economics focuses on reshaping the pers…
 
Yvonne Taylor is an activist fighting fracking in NY state and the founder of Seneca Lake Guardians. She shares her experience and the new challenge she is facing... crypto miners buying and running formally closed coal power plants. China recently banned crypto mining due to its drain on the power grid. Those miners are now setting up shop in the …
 
Karl Burkart is the co-founder and Deputy Director of One Earth, a non-profit focused on fostering the technologies to reshape the economy into a more sustainable and resilient one. He shares decades of experience in the messaging around the climate crisis and the need to embrace a more positive view to counter "doomism". With world leaders meeting…
 
Pat Simmons Jr. is trained in permaculture and the growing of food, but as we chat we discuss larger issues that affect permaculture... ethics, organization, relationships... without a holistic approach to permaculture success is limited. It's a great conversation that really digs into some deep issues that go largely unaddressed...…
 
Elaine Tanner is a longtime activist and leader of Friends of Environmental Justice. She recently participated in a week of protests by diverse groups at the White House to urge the current administration to follow through on climate promises made during the campaign. The protests resulted in over 600 arrests but was largely ignored by the media. E…
 
Betsy Rosenberg has spent 25 years in the media, raising awareness of environmental issues and the climate crisis. Currently she is working on a network called GreenTV.com to promote environmental education and empowerment. We discuss the role media plays in the fight to address climate change and the struggle to deal with "climate despair". This i…
 
Today I chat with Richard Whiteford, long time climate activist and presenter, educating groups around the world. Richard shares his insights on the current state of the climate and the challenges we face. We delve into the reality and political obstacles to progress. This is the first of many conversations. You can learn more about Richard's work …
 
Gail Eisnitz has spent her life as an investigative journalist and activist on behalf of sentient animals. In 1997 she wrote a remarkable book titled "Slaughterhouse" that laid bare the cruelty and brutality of the animal agriculture industry. The stories she shares are troubling and haunting... From Amazon, "Slaughterhouse is the first book of its…
 
Jeff Braggs has spent a lifetime growing potatoes and working in agriculture. His father used rotational and regenerative techniques in the early 20th century, and Jeff watched as family farms disappeared and Big Ag took over and began heavy use of chemicals, fertilizers, and poisons. He shares his life experience to help use better understand how …
 
Karen McMahon is a relationship coach and founder of "Journey Beyond Divorce". We discuss the dynamics of relationships and divorce, especially with the stresses of COVID and financial troubles. She offers valuable insights and strategies for people at every stage of life... young couples, newlyweds, married couples, those who are seperating or get…
 
Jenny Pell has spent a lifetime fostering permaculture in a variety of settings and locations. She is hired by home and property owners to incorporate permaculture into their landscape design. Recently, she has assisted in the creation of "food islands" on Maui, incorporating permaculture with healthy living and alleviation of hunger during the pan…
 
Nathan Stuck, is an entrepreneur, coach and lecturer. He has seen the negative side of corp america first hand, and chosen to pursue a different, better path. Nathan shares his unique insights into the value of oganizing businesses as B Corps, and the effect that can have on the economy and society. This is the first of many conversations with Nath…
 
Mat Costanzo is a trained therapist and researcher. He recently wrote a paper on shifting the focus of how we deal with issues like PTSD, depression and anxiety from a medication focused approach, to one based on identifying the original trauma in order to create real healing. He writes, "clinics continue to view mental illnesses as biomedical cond…
 
Barbara Williams is a climate activist in the UK. We discuss her awakening to the climate crisis, her work with Extintion Rebellion, and the need to address not just the rise in CO2, but the ecological collapse that is currently taking place. The solution lies in a completely new approach to organizing the economy based on Degrowth. Great conversat…
 
Emily Grass is a business and marketing coach, especially for wellpreneurs. Today we discuss the state of entrepreneurship and strategies to develop small business going forward, especially in the shadow of COVID. Entrepreneurs need to carry a different mindset than 9-5 employees. Its crucial to understand the risks and challenges, in order to obta…
 
Jen Cantero is a sustainability consultant who helps companies become B Corps. B Corps is a third-party rating that evaluates a company's performance on how it affects people, planet, and profits. This is a great conversation that brings together the importance of sustainability and efficiency in companies and expands the conversation in measurable…
 
Today I chat with Lisa Hawkins, a relationship coach, about "conscious dating"... How do we connect in relationships while maintaining a spiritual journey. We discuss a myriad of issues that resonate with a lot of us "older people" who are working on our relationships. To learn more about Lisa go to consciouslyawakecounseling.com…
 
Today I chat with Kathleen Cooper-Loher, a retired trauma nurse, about the medical and health benefits of a plant-based diet. Specifically, we discuss the work of Dr Michael Greger who is an advocate for plant-based. Greger brings together the scientific studies from over 50 years of intitutional research. Cooper and I discuss the lack of education…
 
After sampling their coconut shrimp, scallops, and crabcake, I was stunned and happy. Today we chat with Monica Talbert, co-founder and CEO of the Plant-Based Seafood Company. We discuss how they developed such an amazing taste that is so sustainable. We also examine the food revolution we are currently experiencing and what it means for society. g…
 
Andrew Wallis is the founder of UK Unseen, an organization that is fighting human trafficking and providing support to its victims. We discuss the causes of modern day slavery, it's victims, and efforts to stop it. The UK government recently passed legislation to address Human Trafficking. Business plays a major role as well, but it also requires e…
 
Scott Gingold is a serial entreprenuer and President of Lehigh Valley Technology, an IT service for B2B firms. After connecting on LinkedIn and chatting for several hours, it is clear Scott has a uniquely human view of business that has served him well. He shares some of his approaches and insights that have make his employees happier, his company …
 
Cindy Beers shares holistic techniques to help us deal with the psychological and mental damage done by COVID in the past year. Many of the strategies are effective in dealing with real life drama as well... work stress, PTSD, family dramas... Quality of life is dependent upon good mental health; don't shortchange yourself... Check out Cindy's prog…
 
Tevis Rose Trower is a coach, guide and advisor to companies and leaders, to moms and dads, to the spiritual and the atheist. In her new book, Games Changers: A Guide to Radical Success, she discusses the need for individuals to reconnect with their authentic selves. The modern world changes who we are, weighs on us... grinds us down. When we ask o…
 
For over 100 years leftist philosophy (Socialism, Communism, Marxism) have been used as triggers by American conservatives to resist social change. But what is Leftist philosophy in reality, and why do conservatives continue to be so frightened? Zack Ellsworth shares his experience and insights to foster greater understanding. You can follow Zack h…
 
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