A podcast that gets to the heart of climate change through personal stories. Hosted by Mary Anne Hitt & Anna Jane Joyner.
Stopping the Storm with Carlos Rodriguez
In our season finale, we take you on a journey to Puerto Rico to meet evangelical pastor turned relief worker and climate advocate, Carlos Rodriguez. He has a powerful personal story about how the climate impacts of Hurricane Maria and Irma transformed the trajectory of his life and ministry. And he shares profound wisdom on how we can all turn “charity into solidarity” to weather the storms of the climate crisis and more.
Learn more about Carlos’ groundbreaking work here: https://www.happynpo.com/
Braving the Wilderness with Rabbi Jennie Rosenn
In this profound and beautiful conversation, we talk with Rabbi Jennie Rosenn, Founder and CEO of Dayenu - a movement of American Jews confronting the climate crisis with spiritual audacity and bold political action. She shares powerful stories from the Jewish faith - which provide insight, light and courage in facing dark times. She also shares rituals from the Jewish tradition that help to navigate grief, fight for justice, and honor the historic journey of Jews from oppression and slavery, through years in the wilderness, and ultimately to freedom. Her wisdom will inspire you regardless of your religion or lack thereof.
Learn more about Dayenu here: https://dayenu.org/
Climate Anxiety as a Spiritual Quest with Sarah Wilson
In this episode, we chat with mental health guru meets climate rockstar, Sarah Wilson. She’s the author of “First We Make the Beast Beautiful: A New Journey Through Anxiety” which explores anxiety as a spiritual quest. Sarah shares how she’s found spiritual insights and courage in both her mental health journey, as well as her efforts to combat the climate crisis. And intriguely, how her anxiety, activism, and spirituality all intersect. This conversation is about finding beauty, courage, vitality, and spiritual grounding - even, and perhaps most importantly - in the hard, dark, scary places.
There is No Climate Justice without Racial Justice with Rev. Lennox Yearwood
This conversation features a renowned leader at the intersection of racial justice, climate change, and culture. It was recorded before the murder of George Floyd and the recent uprisings - but is relevant to this moment. We hope you’ll listen. We’re honored to have this friend and powerful leader on our show.
Indigenous Wisdom & the Seed of Life with Sherri Mitchell
Sherri Mitchell's name in her language is Weh'na Ha'mu Kwasset. She is an indigenous rights attorney from the Penobscot Nation and the author of a wonderful book, Sacred Instructions, that we highly recommend checking out. It brings together indigenous lessons, teachings and guidance she has been moved to share with the wider world, on behalf of the elders in her community
Sherri's book: https://sacredinstructions.life/
Chad Crouch - Pacing
Hinterheim - Finnaly Lost
Daniel Birch - Glacier Bells
Kai Engel - Global Warming
Women, Faith, & Courage for the Brokenhearted with Dr. Katharine Wilkinson
Dr. Katharine Wilkinson is a climate author, strategist, and teacher, working to heal the planet we call home. Katharine talks with us about faith, finding courage with a broken heart, the strength in vulnerability, and why we need female leadership to face climate change. Known for her work at the intersection of climate, religion, gender equality, and women’s leadership, the Boston Globe dubbed her first book, Between God & Green, “a vitally important, even subversive, story.”
Katharine’s TED Talk has more than 1.8 million views, and she is co-editor of a forthcoming anthology of women’s climate wisdom. In 2019, TIME featured Katharine as one of 15 “women who will save the world.”
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.
Chad Crouch - Pacing