Episode 85: Interview with Professor Maisa Rojas, COP 25 scientific coordinator

Today we talk about the expectations and outcomes of the COP 25 climate summit with Professor Maisa Rojas, COP 25 scientific coordinator. Professor Rojas hopes that this will be...

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Episode 84: Interview with pioneering linguist, social critic, and political activist on the environmental crises we are facing

Described by the New York Times as “arguably the most important intellectual alive,” Noam Chomsky is a pioneering American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, social critic, and political activist. Sometimes called “the father...

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Episode 83: Interview with Nate Hagens on energy and sustainability

In this wide-ranging interview, Nate highlights the vital, and oft-overlooked, role that a systems synthesis plays in our understanding of the human predicament. Integrating human behavior, energy, money, economy,...

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Episode 82: Interview with Unai Pascual, Ecological Economist

We are living in a very vulnerable, unprecedented situation–an ecological crisis which is as social as it is environmental. The way we look at technology and economic systems, and...

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Episode 81: Interview with Dr. Robert Romanyshyn on Frankenstein, technology and climate collapse

In this episode, we speak with Dr. Robert Romanyshyn, a retired emeritus professor of clinical psychology. Prof. Romanyshyn is an internationally recognized scholar in depth psychology, which attends to...

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Episode 80: Interview with Brian Von Herzen on Marine Permaculture

With over half of CO2 recaptured from the atmosphere going into the world’s oceans, they are by far the world’s largest carbon sink. Regenerating the oceans both for the...

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