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MUNI on This is a bi-monthly podcast where we reflect on the coexisting tensions, challenges and possibilities in co-creating a more mindful and livable world. We started MUNI on This to deal with our personal and collective distress about the state of our planet, but more importantly, we created this to give ourselves and you guys more reasons to hope and more motivation to act. It is created by MUNI, and hosted and written by Jen Horn and Ayen dela Torre. Find out more via muni.com.ph or find us on Instagram @muni_ph.

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MUNI on This is a bi-monthly podcast where we reflect on the coexisting tensions, challenges and possibilities in co-creating a more mindful and livable world. We started MUNI on This to deal with our personal and collective distress about the state of our planet, but more importantly, we created this to give ourselves and you guys more reasons to hope and more motivation to act. It is created by MUNI, and hosted and written by Jen Horn and Ayen dela Torre. Find out more via muni.com.ph or find us on Instagram @muni_ph.

    4: The Value of Forests with Lee Ann and Alan Silayan

    4: The Value of Forests with Lee Ann and Alan Silayan

    How effective is tree-planting as natural climate solution? What are the challenges we face in protecting and growing our forests? And how might we find love when we bring our passions forward? ;) We asked forest-loving couple: Lee Ann Canals-Silayan of UP Mountaineers and Eco Explorations, and Alan Silayan, an independent climate change professional. Learn more via muni.com.ph/post/podcast_ep4.


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    • 33 min
    3: Living in Lockdown with Reese Fernandez-Ruiz and Dave Albao

    3: Living in Lockdown with Reese Fernandez-Ruiz and Dave Albao

    COVID-19 has forced us to practice social distancing, but these are the times we need to support each other even more. We asked two leaders, Reese Fernandez-Ruiz of the social enterprise Rags2Riches, and Dave Albao of the conservation NGO managing Danjugan Island: How are you and your employees coping with COVID-19? How can we better support each other through this? Learn more about this episode and how to help via muni.com.ph/post/podcast_ep3.


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    • 33 min
    2: Arts for Activism with Gab Mejia and Mich Rama

    2: Arts for Activism with Gab Mejia and Mich Rama

    People don't respond to data, but they respond to stories. In our second episode, we ask: what role does art and creativity play in telling the story of our ecological and social crises? We talk to Gab Mejia, a conservation photographer, and Mich Rama, co-founder and executive director of Dakila, about their work in arts for activism. Learn more via muni.com.ph/post/podcast_ep2.

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    • 31 min
    1: Eco-anxiety with Anna Oposa and Rosemary Morrow

    1: Eco-anxiety with Anna Oposa and Rosemary Morrow

    Whether we respond effectively to our ecological crisis depends on how we handle our collective distress. We spoke with marine conservationist Anna Oposa, executive director of Save Philippine Seas, and also briefly with permaculture educator Rosemary Morrow, about how they deal with eco-anxiety. Learn more via muni.com.ph/post/podcast_ep1.

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    • 21 min

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