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From No.29, this is the Enough podcast. Because we know we have more than enough resources to go around, and we've had enough of climate destruction.

Enough‪.‬ No. 29

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 37 Ratings

From No.29, this is the Enough podcast. Because we know we have more than enough resources to go around, and we've had enough of climate destruction.

    Dr. Harvey Karp

    Dr. Harvey Karp

    Co-host Erin Allweiss speaks with the indefatigable Dr. Harvey Karp. He is one of the nation’s most recognized pediatricians and sleep experts, a leading advocate in the field of children’s and environmental health, a fellow with the American Academy of Pediatrics, author of the best-selling books Happiest Baby on the Block and Happiest Toddler on the Block, and the co-founder of Happiest Baby, Inc.: a mission-driven, parent solutions company known for creating the SNOO Smart Sleeper. SNOO is the first responsive baby bed—and also the safest—and has won more awards than any other infant product in history. Dr. Karp also serves on the board of Environmental Working Group.
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    Environmental Working Group
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    Enough.
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    • 32 min
    Leah Thomas

    Leah Thomas

    Co-host Melody Serafino speaks with writer and founder of Intersectional Environmentalist Leah Thomas (also known as @greengirlleah) about environmental justice, more inclusive activism and what keeps her excited and hopeful for the future of our planet. 

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    Intersectional Environmentalist
    Leah Thomas for Vogue: "Why Every Environmentalist Should Be Anti-Racist"
    No. 29
    Enough.
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    • 35 min
    Sophia Roe

    Sophia Roe

    Co-host Erin Allweiss speaks with chef, food justice advocate, writer, and Emmy-nominated host of VICE TV's Counter Space Sophia Roe. They discuss the importance of finding joy in activism, fighting hunger, and celebrating the essential workers who—until the pandemic—often went unnoticed.

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    No. 29
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    • 32 min
    Chris Burkard

    Chris Burkard

    Co-host Melody Serafino speaks with photographer, filmmaker and adventurer Chris Burkard about getting to know a place through photography and his recent fatbike trek across Iceland. 
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    No. 29
    Enough.
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    • 36 min
    Maria Cornejo

    Maria Cornejo

    In the first episode of season two, Melody speaks with fashion designer Maria Cornejo, founder of Zero + Maria Cornejo, about creating garments that last a lifetime and creating a more inclusive fashion industry.
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    Zero + Maria Cornejo
    Busayo
    No. 29
    Enough.
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    • 35 min
    Gloria Walton

    Gloria Walton

    In this special bonus episode, Melody speaks with Gloria Walton, President and CEO of the Solutions Project, about how trust-based philanthropy can push funding into frontline communities fighting climate devastation. Gloria and Melody talk about how to get out of the way of on-the-ground organizers who are already doing the work, and describe a vision for a clean energy future founded on equity and self-determination for all.
    Season 2 of the Enough. Podcast drops April 14!
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    The Solutions Project
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    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 Ratings

Raydenesalinas ,

A brilliant, binge-able podcast

Enough is one of those podcasts you wish you found years in so that you could listen to dozens and dozens of episodes in a row. The guests and hosts Melody and Erin are brilliant and clearly passionate about the work they do. I am inspired to take action during and after each episode and the hosts make me feel like it’s possible to make a difference in my current circumstances—I don’t have to rearrange my entire life to make an impact on our world. Listen now and feel lucky you have all the episodes ahead of you!

*LT21 ,

A new must listen

An easy listen about important things, that leaves me feeling like I’ve learned something, optimistic, and inspired. Thank you thank you for this lovely work.

Barbara A.A. ,

Episodes

I have listened to all of the episodes thus far. They are so informative, and the perfect length. The hosts and guests strike every right note.

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