Jul 31, 2020
Thought leader, speaker and innovator, Carol Sanford, joins the show this week. We discuss indigenous thinking, metaphor, and her latest book, The Regenerative Life: Transform Any Organization, Our Society, and Your Destiny.
A fascinating and eye-opening discussion.
Jul 11, 2020
Time Magazine's Hero of the Environment and Green Book Award winner, Michael Shellenberger, joins the show this week.
Michael has been an environmental activist since his teens. He founded an Amnesty International chapter at his high school, he travelled to Nicaragua to support the Sandinistas in the 80s, he ran for...
Feb 19, 2020
This week, we welcome to the show philosopher and public intellectual, Charles Eisenstein.
Charles is the author of a number of important books including Sacred Economics and The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible. He joins us today to talk about his most recent book, Climate: A New Story.
Along the way we...
Jan 23, 2019
This week, we welcome to the show the legendary Robyn Francis. Robyn is one of permaculture’s leading teachers and proponents.
We talk about the movement's early days, some reasons for optimism today, interconnectivity and building stone circles in the subtropics.
Note: This episode was recorded on location. You can
Aug 15, 2018
This week we welcome to the show permaculture designer and theorist, Dan Palmer. Dan is the host of the podcast, Making Permaculture Stronger, where he facilitates fascinating discussions on what’s right and what’s wrong with permaculture and where it might be headed next. And the tl;dr is that what’s wrong with...