43 episodes

Some of today’s most topical issues polarise people. In Who Cares Wins with Lily Cole, Lily invites guests with different perspectives to explore critical issues - and their relationship to the environment - from technology, food, to mental health and capitalism.

Who Cares Wins with Lily Cole encourages us to listen deeply, and choose optimism.

Who Cares Wins with Lily Cole Lily Cole

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7 • 9 Ratings

Some of today’s most topical issues polarise people. In Who Cares Wins with Lily Cole, Lily invites guests with different perspectives to explore critical issues - and their relationship to the environment - from technology, food, to mental health and capitalism.

Who Cares Wins with Lily Cole encourages us to listen deeply, and choose optimism.

    Deborah Frances-White : On Feminism, Climate Change & Mother Earth

    Deborah Frances-White : On Feminism, Climate Change & Mother Earth

    Joining Lily for the start of this brand new series of Who Cares Wins is the comedian, author, icon of Feminism and host of the global hit podcast, The Guilty Feminist. It’s Deborah Frances White. They talk Feminism, Climate Change and Mother Earth herself.  
    Credits
    Producer: Kelsey Bennett 
    Audio Editor and Designer: Kit Milsom
    Music by Cosmo Sheldrake
    Artwork
    Bethan Sherwood 
    Links 
    Robin Wall Kimmerer’s article on the Gift Economy: https://humansandnature.org/returning-the-gift-2021/
    The Spontaneity Shop : https://www.the-spontaneity-shop.com/ 
    Thank you to ongoing guidance and advice from She Changes Climate in this series. https://www.shechangesclimate.org/

    • 51 min
    BONUS: Reasons to Be optimistic… with Deborah Frances White

    BONUS: Reasons to Be optimistic… with Deborah Frances White

    A quick burst of Friday joy as Lily and Deborah Frances-White hunt for Reasons to Be Optimistic in this ever changing world. 

    Credits
    Music by Cosmo Sheldrake

    • 2 min
    Dr Katharine Wilkinson: Could Gender Equality Save Our Planet?

    Dr Katharine Wilkinson: Could Gender Equality Save Our Planet?

    Joining Lily today is climate change veteran, Dr Katharine Wilkinson and we ask, why is the fight for gender equality essential if we want to mitigate climate change?
    Katharine is an author, strategist, teacher, and one of 15 “women who will save the world” according to Time magazine. She is co-founder and executive director of the All We Can Save Project, co-host of the podcast A Matter of Degrees and was the lead author on the world renowned Project Drawdown and Drawdown Review. 

    Useful Links 

    The All We Can Save Project: https://www.allwecansave.earth


    All We Can Save anthology: https://www.allwecansave.earth/anthology


    All We Can Save Circles: https://www.allwecansave.earth/circles


    Signup for our monthly newsletter: https://www.allwecansave.earth/newsletter


    We also have a new Climate Wayfinding course: https://www.terra.do/climate-wayfinding-awcs/


    Twitter & IG: @allwecansave @drkwilkinson



    Thank you to ongoing guidance and advice from She Changes Climate in this series. https://www.shechangesclimate.org/

    Credits
    Producer: Kelsey Bennett 
    Audio Editor & Designer: Kit Milsom
    Music by Cosmo Sheldrake

    Artwork
    Bethan Sherwood 

    • 41 min
    BONUS: Reasons to Be optimistic… with Dr Katharine K Wilkinson

    BONUS: Reasons to Be optimistic… with Dr Katharine K Wilkinson

    A quick burst of Friday joy as Lily and Dr Katharine Wilkinson hunt for Reasons to Be Optimistic in this ever changing world. 

    Credits
    Music by Cosmo Sheldrake

    • 3 min
    Amika George: On Period Poverty & Activism

    Amika George: On Period Poverty & Activism

    This week we look at some of the barriers to girl’s equal access to education and family planning. Joining Lily is an inspirational young activist from the UK. Outraged by the idea that one in ten girls were missing out on their education due to 'Period Poverty’, at the age of 17, Amika George started the #freePeriods Campaign. An activist, a change maker and author of 'Make it Happen', it's no surprise that she was named as one of Forbes 30 under 30 in the social impact category this year!

    We also hear from Douce Namwezi N'ibmba in Central Africa who is helping educate women on family planning and making menstrual products accessible for women in East Africa through her work with Uwezo Africa. 

    Useful Links 
    Amika George: Make it Happen - https://www.waterstones.com/book/make-it-happen/amika-george/9780008377601
    Douce Namwezi N'ibmba- Organisation Uwezo Africa - https://uwezoafrika.org
    What If We Get It Right? hosts social impact entrepreneurs from around the globe. We’re starting conversations about how people can lead our world in a new direction and looking at where we may be getting it right. https://www.whatifwegetitright.com/

    Credits
    Producer: Kelsey Bennett 
    Audio Editor & Designer: Kit Milsom
    Music by Cosmo Sheldrake

    Artwork
    Bethan Sherwood

    • 44 min
    BONUS: Reasons to Be optimistic… with Amika George

    BONUS: Reasons to Be optimistic… with Amika George

    Some Friday inspiration as Lily and Amika George hunt for Reasons to Be Optimistic in this ever changing world. 

    Credits
    Music by Cosmo Sheldrake

    • 2 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

Tansy Kaschak ,

What we need now

It’s incredible how timely Lily’s book and this podcast are. We’ve been approaching this state of crisis (paired with heightened social and technological evolution) for a while, but the current pandemic urges we as both society and individuals to carefully think about our role in this planet. Lily’s thoughtful interviews bring many aspects we can consider to come to our own conclusions - or further questions to keep the conversation going.

RLPINC ,

Ronnie Lawson

Big hugs to you, Paul and all who are working toward a world where we don’t eat animals.

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