In this interview series sponsored by Post Carbon Institute, Vicki Robin, activist and best-selling author on sustainable living, talks with provocative thought leaders about emerging possibilities and ways humanity might step onto a better, post-pandemic path.
#35 Trae Crowder: The Inexorable March of Progress
Hailing from Celina Tennessee, Trae Crowder is a standup comedian, writer, and self-proclaimed “Liberal Redneck.” Trae gained national attention (or notoriety, depending on your viewpoint) with his viral video rants and has been performing and touring...
#34 Ellen Bass: Nourishing and Sustaining Ourselves Through Poetry
Ellen Bass is an award-winning poet, author, and a Chancellor of the Academy of American Poets. Her poems appear frequently in The New Yorker, American Poetry Review, and many other journals. Her poetry books include Indigo, Like a Beggar, The Human...
#33 Jem Bendell: Cultivating a New Ethos
Dr. Jem Bendell is the Founder of the Deep Adaptation Forum and a Professor of Sustainability Leadership with the University of Cumbria. He works as a researcher, educator, and advisor on social and organizational change, with over 25 years of...
#32 Kim Stanley Robinson: The Paris Agreement, Neoliberal Capitalism, and Carbon Quantitative Easing
New York Times best-selling author Kim Stanley Robinson joins Vicki Robin this week. Widely recognized as one of the foremost living writers of science fiction, Robinson is the author of more than twenty books, includingThe Ministry For The Future, the...
#31 Michelle Singletary: A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats
Michelle Singletary is an author and award-winning personal finance columnist. She writes the nationally syndicated personal finance column “The Color of Money”, which appears in The Washington Post. She is a frequent contributor to various radio...
#30 Starhawk: Fostering Interconnection and Compassion
Starhawk is an author, activist, permaculture designer and teacher, founder of Earth Activist Training, and a prominent voice in modern earth-based spirituality and ecofeminism. She answers the question of “What Could Possibly Go Right?” with thoughts...
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This is the podcast I was looking for, but didn’t know it. Thanks to my friend, Deb, who has been doing this work (or is it play, too?) all her life.
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It's all too easy to be depressed and discouraged with everything going on. But deoression isn't helpful in facing any of it.
This show talks about what we can do. How we can change. What can be addressed, and while I am all about getting the says damage report there is no value in being paralyzed.
Now listen to this podcast.