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A podcast that gets to the heart of climate change through personal stories. Hosted by Mary Anne Hitt & Anna Jane Joyner.

No Place Like Home Critical Frequency

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A podcast that gets to the heart of climate change through personal stories. Hosted by Mary Anne Hitt & Anna Jane Joyner.

    Witchcraft, Healing, and Desire with Jamie Lee Finch

    Witchcraft, Healing, and Desire with Jamie Lee Finch

    A former evangelical turned witch, Jamie Lee Finch shares wisdom from this ancient goddess religion on navigating the climate crisis. We explore her surprising spiritual journey, the history of witches as healers, how climate justice connects with desire and sex magic, and why honoring our bodies is critical in the fight to heal our earth home. A sex witch, embodiment coach, activist, and poet, Jamie is also the author of: “You Are Your Own: A Reckoning with the Religious Trauma of Evangelical Christianity”. 
    In this new “Bring the Light” season, we’re exploring how spirituality helps us face the climate crisis. This isn’t something we can beat with technology, policy and science alone. It takes heart and strength and courage - the kinds of things many people draw from their spiritual practices and faith traditions. 

    Additional music: 
    Chad Crouch - Pacing
    Chris Zabriskie - The Sun is Scheduled to Come Out Tomorrow

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    This World as a Place of Worship with Ibrahim Abdul-Matin

    This World as a Place of Worship with Ibrahim Abdul-Matin

    What does Islam teach us about facing climate change? We ask Ibrahim Abdul-Matin: an urban strategist, author and thought leader who has advised political leaders and corporations on climate policy. He also wrote a beautiful book called: “Green Deen : What Islam Teaches about Protecting the Planet.” 
    In this new “Bring the Light” season, we’re exploring how spirituality helps us face the climate crisis. This isn’t something we can beat with technology, policy and science alone. It takes heart and strength and courage - the kinds of things many people draw from their spiritual practices and faith traditions. 
    Additional Music: 
    Alan Spiljak - Empty Days

    • 33 min
    Being Christlike in the Climate Crisis with Science Mike

    Being Christlike in the Climate Crisis with Science Mike

    In this new “Bring the Light” season, we explore how spirituality helps us face the climate crisis. This isn’t something we can beat with technology, policy and science alone. It takes heart and strength and courage - the kinds of things many people draw from their spiritual or faith traditions. This episode we speak with Mike McHargue, a Southern Baptist turned atheist turned science-loving mystic follower of Jesus. Mike tackles the big questions on his podcasts The Liturgists and Ask Science Mike, and we were thrilled to talk with him about his faith journey, learning from the Gwich’in in the Arctic Refuge, and where he draws strength in trying times.
    The Liturgists: https://theliturgists.com/podcast
    Mike’s website: https://mikemchargue.com/
    Additional music: 
    Doctor Turtle - Dead From The Beginning Alive Til The End  
    Daniel Birch - Sleep

    • 29 min
    Welcome to Season 3: Bring the Light

    Welcome to Season 3: Bring the Light

    In Season 3, Bring the Light, we'll explore how faith and spirituality, in all its forms, can help us wrap our arms around the climate crisis.

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    #34 Bonus: Telling Better Climate Stories with Amy Westervelt of DRILLED

    #34 Bonus: Telling Better Climate Stories with Amy Westervelt of DRILLED

    This bonus episode of No Place Like Home was produced in partnership with Drilled. Host Amy Westervelt speaks with Anna Jane about the importance of good storytelling around the climate crisis, and how culture and entertainment can motivate action. Also featured are Mary Annaïse Heglar, Adam McKay, and David Wallace Wells.

    This is the second of two Drilled episodes on the subject, find the first and others at https://www.criticalfrequency.org/drilled

    To support Bernadette Demientieff and her family in the wake of the murder of her son by gun violence, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/donate/522078001704649/10162526309580282/

    Join us for our new season of No Place Like Home, starting in early December, where we explore the power of faith, spirituality, and ancient wisdom traditions to inspire the climate movement.

    • 47 min
    #33 *All the Climate Feels* Season Finale - with Mary Annaïse Heglar!

    #33 *All the Climate Feels* Season Finale - with Mary Annaïse Heglar!

    This season on No Place Like Home we’ve been diving into *All The Climate Feels* - the emotional, psychological and spiritual elements of climate change. For our season finale, we chat all the climate feels - and our vision for a new world - with one of our fave pod friends and listeners, Mary Annaïse Heglar. Mary Annaïse is a treasured climate justice essayist and the Director of Publications at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), as well as a twitter extraordinaire. She has a giant heart and brilliant mind - and profound courage and insights on climate justice to share with all of us.

    Show notes:
    - Climate Action! Please protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge - and the Gwich'in people who depend on it for survival: https://p2a.co/SWk1fuB
    - "How Rachel Held Evans really should be remembered" via the Washington Post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/how-rachel-held-evans-really-should-be-remembered/2019/05/08/7fcf0f4c-71cb-11e9-8be0-ca575670e91c_story.html?utm_term=.39e376a6fa09
    - "A Wild Love for the World" On Being interview with Joanna Macy: https://onbeing.org/programs/joanna-macy-a-wild-love-for-the-world/
    - "I work in the environmental movement. I don’t care if you recycle." - Vox essay by Mary Annaïse Heglar https://www.vox.com/the-highlight/2019/5/28/18629833/climate-change-2019-green-new-deal
    - "Climate Change Ain’t the First Existential Threat" by Mary Annaïse Heglar https://medium.com/s/story/sorry-yall-but-climate-change-ain-t-the-first-existential-threat-b3c999267aa0
    - "THIS LAND IS NOT YOUR LAND. OR MINE." - Dame Magazine essay by Mary Annaïse Heglar https://www.damemagazine.com/2019/04/16/this-land-is-not-your-land-or-mine/

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