10 episodes

Welcome to The Human Hive Podcast, a show about people actively making a difference, WITH rather than FOR each other. The Human Hive is an ever-growing network of individuals and organisations who want to do things differently, who want to change the world collaboratively, make a sustainable impact and leave a lasting legacy.
In every episode we’ll focus on one of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals, humanity’s collective call to action to solve the most pressing problems facing people and planet today. We’ll share how people in our community are addressing those needs right now. And we’ll also give you easy, practical and inexpensive ways to start making a difference yourself, and share our toolkit for getting you from wishing the world was different to making it different.

Enjoy guest interviews with people running their own projects, snippets from our Human Hive school in the Dominican Republic, and listener questions, all focused around a different UN Sustainable Development Goal each time (with a sparkling new episode out every 6-7 weeks).

The Human Hive is a community interest organisation, and we’re all about linking up with others, so we’d love you to get involved! Follow us on socials under @humanhiveglobal, and join our Might Network - a private, online community where you can access our courses, trainings and programmes, get involved in projects around the world and meet like-minded people, all involved in Being the Difference wherever they are. If you want to get your hands dirty taking direct action to solve global problems, join us to get started: https://the-human-hive.mn.co

Thanks for listening! Get out there, Be the Difference and Join the Evolution!

Website: https://thehumanhive.org/
Human Hive Mighty Network (online community): https://the-human-hive.mn.co
All other social media platforms: @humanhiveglobal
Podcast Editor: Megan Bay Dorman
Podcast Music by Jim Pinchen

The Human Hive https://thehumanhive.org/

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Welcome to The Human Hive Podcast, a show about people actively making a difference, WITH rather than FOR each other. The Human Hive is an ever-growing network of individuals and organisations who want to do things differently, who want to change the world collaboratively, make a sustainable impact and leave a lasting legacy.
In every episode we’ll focus on one of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals, humanity’s collective call to action to solve the most pressing problems facing people and planet today. We’ll share how people in our community are addressing those needs right now. And we’ll also give you easy, practical and inexpensive ways to start making a difference yourself, and share our toolkit for getting you from wishing the world was different to making it different.

Enjoy guest interviews with people running their own projects, snippets from our Human Hive school in the Dominican Republic, and listener questions, all focused around a different UN Sustainable Development Goal each time (with a sparkling new episode out every 6-7 weeks).

The Human Hive is a community interest organisation, and we’re all about linking up with others, so we’d love you to get involved! Follow us on socials under @humanhiveglobal, and join our Might Network - a private, online community where you can access our courses, trainings and programmes, get involved in projects around the world and meet like-minded people, all involved in Being the Difference wherever they are. If you want to get your hands dirty taking direct action to solve global problems, join us to get started: https://the-human-hive.mn.co

Thanks for listening! Get out there, Be the Difference and Join the Evolution!

Website: https://thehumanhive.org/
Human Hive Mighty Network (online community): https://the-human-hive.mn.co
All other social media platforms: @humanhiveglobal
Podcast Editor: Megan Bay Dorman
Podcast Music by Jim Pinchen

    Composting For A Better Future

    Composting For A Better Future

    “We talk about ‘throwing something away’, but there is no ‘away’. There is only here.”
    - Michael Kennard. 

    In this episode we speak with inspiring grassroots ChangeMaker Michael Kennard, founder of community composting business Compost Club, based in the Brighton and Lewes area of East Sussex, UK.
    Compost Club is a social enterprise with a focus on soil regeneration, food waste emissions reduction and education. Their mission is to introduce as many people as possible to the world of composting and the many benefits it brings to our soil, air quality and water systems.
    Michael comes from humble beginnings and has always been interested in the environment - his mum called him her “little eco-warrior”. Michael has been very open about his struggles with anxiety, and after years of feeling like he was sleepwalking through life, he went through what he describes as a “spiritual awakening” that revealed to him how everything is interconnected. This helped him reconnect to the natural world, rediscovering his passion for soil health and stewarding natural processes to bring about change.
    As well as talking about Compost Club, we discuss themes of microbiology, spirituality, and education, weaving the connective tissue of life below, upon, and above our earth through the essentialness of good, healthy soil. 
    ABOUT THE PODCAST:
    The Human Hive Podcast is a podcast for ChangeMakers. We define a ChangeMaker as a person or organisation actively striving to be the difference WITH, not FOR others - which means they work inclusively and collaboratively to solve collective problems, to regenerate People, Place, and Planet.

    MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
    The Compost Club: https://www.compostclub.online/
    Kiss The Ground: https://youtu.be/64R2MYUt394
    A Life On Our Planet: https://youtu.be/64R2MYUt394


    Get involved with the Human Hive and start making a difference today!:
    Join our Mighty Network - a beautiful community full of resources, training and inspiration
    Take our How To Make A Difference Course - just follow this link for a $10 discount, as a thank you for being a podcast listener!

    Human Hive on social media:
    Instagram
    Facebook
    LinkedIn
    The Hive Adventure 


    Podcast produced and edited by Megan Bay Dorman
    Introduced by Darren Abrahams
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    • 54 min
    This Good Earth

    This Good Earth

    “THIS GOOD EARTH is a film that offers answers to how change can happen, and points the finger at those standing in the way.  It is vital for young people in particular to look into their future.”
    -Robert Golden
    The Human Hive Podcast is a podcast for Changemakers. We define a Changemaker as a person or organisation actively striving to be the difference WITH, not FOR others - which means they work inclusively and collaboratively to solve collective problems that regenerate People, Place, and Planet.
    In this episode we interview changemaker Robert Golden, director and producer of brilliant farming and climate change documentary THIS GOOD EARTH. 
    THIS GOOD EARTH is a beautiful, emotional film providing a view of the destruction wrought by the globalised farming system of landscapes, animal and plant species. It talks of the trap farmers are caught in and the life threatening use of man-made fertilizers, toxins and huge soil crushing machinery. It explains the relationship between the long food chain of corporate power, political failures with the resulting rise of obesity, non-communicative diseases, poverty, early deaths, and the denial of basic human rights. And ultimately resulting in the global climate crisis. It’s a hard-hitting film, but also offers hope and possible solutions from a wide range of minds, including bakers, farmers, doctors, scientists, health officials and leading experts on food security, human rights and justice.
    About Robert Golden
    Robert Golden is an internationally known photographer and documentary film-maker.
    In the 80’s and 90’s he was one of the most recognised and successful food and still-life photographers in the world and worked as director and director of photography on 900 television food commercials and two award winning feature films.
    From 1999 to 2005, he created two successful television series: Savouring the World and Savouring Europe. These films are good-time stories looking at the food and culture of 26 different regions around the world.
    He has since made 50 documentaries. His research into food production, his personal love of food and his care for those who work so hard to produce it, led him to make a second film focused on his home region of West Dorset - THIS GOOD EARTH.

    Mentioned in the episode:
    Robert Golden: https://robertgoldenpictures.com/
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/robertgoldenpictures/
    THIS GOOD EARTH: https://this-good-earth.com/
    Join the Human Hive and start making a difference today!:
    Join our Mighty Network - a beautiful community full of resources, training and inspiration.
    Take our How To Make A Difference Course - just follow this link for a $10 discount, as a thank you for being a podcast listener!

    Human Hive on social media:
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    • 1 hr 3 min
    The Human Hive Podcast Trailer

    The Human Hive Podcast Trailer

    Welcome to The Human Hive Podcast, a show about people actively making a difference, WITH rather than FOR each other. The Human Hive is an ever-growing network of individuals and organisations who want to do things differently, who want to change the world collaboratively, make a sustainable impact and leave a lasting legacy.
    In every episode we’ll focus on one of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals, humanity’s collective call to action to solve the most pressing problems facing people and planet today. We’ll share how people in our community are addressing those needs right now. And we’ll also give you easy, practical and inexpensive ways to start making a difference yourself, and share our toolkit for getting you from wishing the world was different to making it different.
    Enjoy guest interviews with people running their own projects, snippets from our Human Hive school in the Dominican Republic, and listener questions, all focused around a different UN Sustainable Development Goal each time (with a sparkling new episode out every 6-7 weeks).
    The Human Hive is a community interest organisation, and we’re all about linking up with others, so we’d love you to get involved! Follow us on socials under @humanhiveglobal, and join our Mighty Network - a private, online community where you can access our courses, trainings and programmes, get involved in projects around the world and meet like-minded people, all involved in Being the Difference wherever they are.
    If you want to get your hands dirty taking direct action to solve global problems, join us to get started: https://the-human-hive.mn.co
    Thanks for listening! Get out there, Be the Difference and Join the Evolution!

    Website: https://thehumanhive.org/
    Human Hive Mighty Network (online community): https://the-human-hive.mn.co
    All other social media platforms: @humanhiveglobal
    Podcast Editor: Megan Bay Dorman
    Podcast Music by Jim Pinchen

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    Takeover Special! ReSounding with art27

    Takeover Special! ReSounding with art27

    For this special takeover, Human Hive co-founder Darren Abrahams takes the reins and hosts an episode of the art27 ReSounding Podcast! Featuring Jennie Spears & Bemeriki Bisimwa Dusabe.
    Art27 is a brilliant platform for artists, arts educators and arts organizations working with refugees and asylum seekers in Europe and beyond. 
    Darren has a fascinating conversation with two organizations that use gardening, plants, food, and permaculture to create sustainability and resilience for refugees living in camps in East Africa and Northern Iraq/Kurdistan.
    Bemeriki Bisimwa Dusabe is the founder of the Rwamwanja Rural Foundation, working in Uganda to create farming and sustainable food solutions within refugee camps. He is an educator in the field, leading training for young refugees to develop permaculture gardens.
    Jennie Spears represents The Lemon Tree Trust, an organization transforming refugee camps in Iraqi Kurdistan by focussing on garden making, cooking, and working with the lands as a practice of security, culture, and community.  
    Mentioned in the episode:
    Art27
    Listen to the ReSounding podcast on your favourite platform, or click here to subscribe on Spotify
    Lemon Tree Trust
    Rwamwanja Rural Foundation
    This episode features an excerpt of ‘Permaculture Song’ by the Rwamwanja Rural Foundation   
    Get involved with the Human Hive and start making a difference today!: 
    Join our Mighty Network - a beautiful community full of resources, training and inspiration
    Take our How To Make A Difference Course - just follow this link for a $10 discount, as a thank you for being a podcast listener!

    Human Hive on social media: 
    Instagram
    Facebook
    LinkedIn
    Hive School Instagram



    Podcast produced and edited by Megan Bay Dorman
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    • 44 min
    How to be useful

    How to be useful

    “There’s a real element of humility in creating partnerships. There has to be a willingness to hand over control” -Tina Ellen Lee
    The Human Hive podcast focuses on change making. And one great way we believe we can make lasting change for people and the planet is through the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
    However, achieving these vital goals by 2030 will be very difficult alone. That's why partnerships, no matter how big or small, are so important for making lasting positive change for People, Places, and Planet. 
    This episode focuses on the theme of SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals; the aim of which is to strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development. 
    During this episode we will hear from special guest Tina Ellen Lee FRSA, Artistic Director of UK based Opera Circus and producer of performing arts projects, youth and community programmes and documentary films.
    We also find out how Matilda, a student at The Hive in the Dominican Republic, used partnerships to upcycle second-hand clothing and keep clothes out of landfill. 
    Mentioned in the episode: 
    Tina Ellen Lee: https://changingthestory.leeds.ac.uk/profiles/tina-ellen-lee-opera-circus/
    Opera Circus: https://operacircusuk.com/who-we-are/
    Lissa’s upcycled swimwear: https://www.instagram.com/swellkini/?hl=en
    Get involved with the Human Hive and start making a difference today!: 
    Join our Mighty Network - a beautiful community full of resources, training and inspiration
    Take our How To Make A Difference Course - just follow this link for a $10 discount, as a thank you for being a podcast listener!

    Human Hive on social media: 
    Instagram
    Facebook
    LinkedIn
    Hive School Instagram



    Podcast produced and edited by Megan Bay Dorman
    Introduced by Darren Abrahams
    Theme music by Jim Pinchen

    • 45 min
    Arts and Culture: The Missing Sustainable Development Goal

    Arts and Culture: The Missing Sustainable Development Goal

    “Arts & Culture should never be diminished because of the way it can bring people together, the way it can empower other people, and the way it can spark that dialogue.” Shaniqua Benjamin

    The Human Hive podcast focuses on change making. And one great way we believe we can make lasting change for people and planet is through the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
    However, we believe there is one SDG missing… Arts and Culture.
    Arts and Culture is an incredibly important way for us to facilitate change, both in our own lives and the world around us.
    Art brings different people together, enriches our lives, allows means of personal expression, and gives people purpose. And culture weaves itself through every aspect of our lives, helping us to appreciate each other and our diversity.
    Join us for our very first takeover episode, hosted by Shaniqua Benjamin, poet, writer, creative workshop facilitator, and Croydon’s first Poet Laureate. She will talk about how Arts & Culture impact society and how they can enhance and complement the SDGs. 
     

    Mentioned in the episode: 
    Shaniqua Benjamin
    Instagram: @shaniquabenjamin_
    Twitter: @ShanqMarie
    You can read Shaniqua's poem 'The Village' on Ink, Sweat & Tears

    The Complete Freedom of Truth (TCFT): http://thecompletefreedomoftruth.com/
    Young People Insight: https://youngpeopleinsight.wordpress.com/
    Poetic Insight: Celebration & Moving Forward - watch here
    Poetic Insight: Mental Health - watch here
    YP Insight Talks Violent Crime - watch here

    With thanks to: 
    Tina Ellen Lee, Artistic Director of Opera Circus. Tina will be our guest in Episode 6 on SDG 17, Partnerships for the Goals, so stay tuned! 
    Our interviewees: Obaida Sharkia, Elena Morina, Daniel Habte, Maria (Mia) Luiza, and Eduardo Zamorano. 
    Rosie Russell for the beautiful episode artwork. 
    Georgina Rose Swanson, Chetna Kapacee and Robert Golden for our promotional photos used on social media. 
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    • 46 min

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