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Green Planet Blue Planet Podcast is your point of connection to a broad variety of global change-makers. Exploring the topics of trust, soullutionism as well as humanities footprint and role in the eco-system.

Subscribe to hear insights on the multifaceted and systemic change needed for our society and culture to make the 2020s a truly regenerative decade of action - the decade of the REGENAISSANCE of human innovation.

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Green Planet Blue Planet Podcas‪t‬ Julian Guderley

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 11 Ratings

Green Planet Blue Planet Podcast is your point of connection to a broad variety of global change-makers. Exploring the topics of trust, soullutionism as well as humanities footprint and role in the eco-system.

Subscribe to hear insights on the multifaceted and systemic change needed for our society and culture to make the 2020s a truly regenerative decade of action - the decade of the REGENAISSANCE of human innovation.

Cover Art: Autumn Skye Morrison
Created by: Kaitlin Hollister with StandCreative Studio Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/julian-guderley/support

    Ep. 265 Human Rights Activist & Art Patron Amar Singh

    Ep. 265 Human Rights Activist & Art Patron Amar Singh

    Social justice is baked into Amar Singh’s DNA. As a human rights defender, the 31-year-old has helped to legalise homosexuality in India. He champions women’s rights through activism and via his art gallery. In 2019, he landed a place on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list for his contributions to art and culture.

    In this episode we talked about controversial topics of reconciliation, human rights, inclusion, freedom of all individuals. We shared a few insights into where this can be a challenging quest for ourselves and where we stand up and speak up to participate in a world that allows for more coherence and love.

    Don't miss out on Amar's promise for 2021, taking his fight to the Indian Supreme court to strike down laws from colonial past.

    Also make sure to see his recent feature in Vanity Fair: https://www.vanityfair.com/london/2021/02/the-art-of-amar-singhs-activism


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    • 38 min
    Ep. 264 Territorial Empathy with Zarith Pineda

    Ep. 264 Territorial Empathy with Zarith Pineda

    Zarith Pineda is an architectural, urban designer and the founder of the nonprofit design collective, Territorial Empathy, which was founded on the belief that empathy-based design is the key to solving the pressing urban issues of our time.

    Her multidisciplinary and intersectional team aims to support urban equity for people-in-places often overlooked, namely women, children, and the displaced. Through the understanding of systems of oppression in urban environments, diligent research, and community-based design recommendations the projects aim to create inclusive and thriving communities.

    Most recently, she has investigated the impacts of COVID-19 on communities of color throughout New York City raising public awareness around environmental, historic, and infrastructural inequities that contributed to the virus infecting and killing Black and Latino New Yorkers disproportionally.

    Other projects include free, open-source plans for affordable outdoor classrooms to facilitate the reopening of public schools during the pandemic, mapping the adverse impacts of the Family Separation Policy at the US/Mexico border, and designing sustainable infrastructure for Syrian and Venezuelan refugees.

    Zarith is also an activist for racial justice and teaches digital design techniques, urban design, and data visualization at Columbia University. Her work has been published and exhibited internationally.

    Check out Zarith's work on the following platforms:

    www.territorialempathy.com

    @territorialempathy


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    • 36 min
    Ep. 263 Ocean Talks with Jeremy McKane | Planet Positive Series

    Ep. 263 Ocean Talks with Jeremy McKane | Planet Positive Series

    Jeremy McKane is an Artist with a passion for the environment. His focus has been directed on Ocean issues for several years. He's an active Explorers Club Member and CEO of OCN.ai, an autonomous network of marine robots that automate enforcement at sea.

    In Jeremy's own words, "my passion is the oceans and I feel that we don't give them the focus that they need. I thought about this years ago when I first walked up on one of the most polluted beaches I had ever seen. The sad part about it was that there was not any people for hundreds of kilometers yet the evidence of mankind was everywhere.

    Some of my work its pretty evident that I'm focusing on marine life but you might wonder what place people or kids have to do with conservation. My hope is that we introduce kids and adults not just to the ocean but water. Teach them how to swim, how to snorkel or even dive! Once you step into blue, you are forever changed.

    Every second breath of air we take in right now comes from the ocean. Why don't we do ourselves a favor and start making efforts to protect what little we have left. Because it's definitely worth it!"

    Please join us for Planet Positive weekly wisdom and opportunities, Tuesdays at 9am Pacific, for an exclusive look at the people and technologies addressing our greatest challenges and enabling humans to thrive in harmony with Mother Earth.


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    • 48 min
    Ep. 262 Prof. Mmantsetsa Marope on the Future of Education

    Ep. 262 Prof. Mmantsetsa Marope on the Future of Education

    Prof. Mmantsetsa Marope has been a long time advocate for enhancing the global education. She stands out as a global thought leader on the Future of Education and Learning, her publications, speaking engagements, and convening power speak to her standing in the world.  A combined experience of 15years with UNESCO and the WORLD BANK show her dedication to drive change from an institutional perspective. She has been calling for the urgent transformation of education and learning systems into future-forward systems.

    Enhancing the contribution of education to accelerated and shared growth, competitiveness and inclusive development; promoting holistic, balanced and sustainable education sector development and; catalyzing progress toward Education for All (EFA) goals, particularly in those areas that lag behind most such as: early childhood care and education; literacy and adult education; education quality and
    relevance and; education equity and inclusion. Also focused on fostering private sector and emerging partnerships for the development of education throughout the world.




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    • 38 min
    Ep. 261 Planet Positive Series | 108 Forests with Ariana Ivan

    Ep. 261 Planet Positive Series | 108 Forests with Ariana Ivan

    108 forests addresses today’s outdated forestry and land ownership models.

    Under a perpetual purpose trust 108 Forests saves forests from deforestation, degradation, or damaging logging. Through the acquisition or donation of natural landscapes, it is their goal to transform the buying and selling cycle into a #conservation and #regeneration cycle where forests are not to be re-sold and used for unethical purposes.

    108 Forests long-term ambition is to show how forests are profitable without cutting or degrading them. To do so, one must separate the concept of ownership from land-use and transfer the land’s working right to people who want to become forest caretakers.

    Forest caretakers will be awarded leases for creating positive businesses on and for the protected forest areas.


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    • 46 min
    Ep. 260 Climate Designers with Marc O'Brien

    Ep. 260 Climate Designers with Marc O'Brien

    Marc O'Brien is the co-founder of The Determined, a creative studio for a climate-resilient world. He is also the co-founder of Climate Designers, a hub for designers and creative professionals from all industries, committed to using their creative skills to take climate action.

    When not running his studio, you can find him teaching at California College of the Arts in San Francisco, CA as a senior adjunct faculty.

    Marc is a Climate designer and educator taking climate action to create opportunities that positively benefit all living species.


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    • 56 min

Customer Reviews

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11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Darby7921 ,

More relevant than ever before!

I love how there is a show like this that makes it the focus to talk about the planet and planetay leadership. Julian does an incredible job of bringing on thought leaders who think differently!
Highly reccommend this show, it’s dynamic, educational and stretches you to align yourself deeper on your path.

StuStretch ,

Innovative and Transformational Discussions!

Julian exceeds in inviting some of the best dialogue I’ve heard from guests who are actively making a difference in pushing the world forward. There is enough information in his podcast to fuel and inspire a generation of new regenerative thinkers and doers. Thank you, Julian! Excited to hear more.

Pedram92d ,

Mind expanding ideas

I love the show’s focus on innovative solutions and people that are truly making the planet a better place through their unique gifts. A great source of inspiration for purpose and mission driven leaders looking to up their game to make a bigger impact!

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