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Green Dreamer: Sustainability and Regeneration From Ideas to Life

Apr 20, 2021

What if neither the Green New Deal nor the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals will help us address ecological breakdown? Why do frontline Earth activists say that the green movement has lost its way?

In this episode, we're joined by Max Wilbert and Lierre Keith, co-authors of Bright Green Lies: How the...


Apr 13, 2021

What does it mean to practice ‘systems sensing’ and lean into our different ways of knowing? How do we slow down in the urgency of the climate crisis to recreate new patterns of being for the future?

In this episode, we welcome Luea Ritter, a process steward, action researcher, and co-founder of...


Apr 6, 2021

What is the relationship between cartography and power? How are high-tech map-making tools being utilized to support Indigenous sovereignty and community rights?

In this episode, we welcome Steve, an award-winning cartographer from the buffalo clan, who is Anishinaabe/Saulteaux and a member of the Ebb and Flow First...


Mar 30, 2021

How might we reimagine education and the primary purposes it serves? What is the significance of having a regenerative revolution?

In this episode, we welcome John Clark, an eco-communitarian anarchist writer, activist, and educator who lives and works in New Orleans—where his family has been for twelve generations....


Mar 26, 2021

What is green governmentality? How might the commodification of nature experiences limit our ways of relating to Earth?

In this episode, we're joined by Stephanie Rutherford Ph.D., an associate professor at the Trent University School of the Environment. Stephanie's work is interdisciplinary, focusing on the...