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Best Civil Gore podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Civil Gore podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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This gore drenched story finds Eric Stark, the barely civilized warrior raised on Mercury struggling to bring a dying Martian friend back to his home city in the North of Mars before he passes away. Unfortunately his friend does die on the way and lays a most unwanted last request on Stark before the end; to bring a precious stolen talisman back to the city. The journey there introduces the intimidating Black Amazon of Mars. "Grimly Eric John Stark slogged toward that ancient Martian city—wi ...
 
Dedicated to working through the challenges of the climate change crisis, from the uncharted to the unthinkable. Hosted by Tim DeChristopher and Peter Bowden.
 
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We launched the Climate Workshop Podcast a year ago to experiment with bringing our climate conversations online. It has been a great experience, but we have decided to focus our time and energy on other climate efforts. We are officially putting this project on hold, though you never know what will happen in the future! Thank you for being par ...…
 
When the chaos of the news cycle “drowns out life“ what should we do? Pretend we’re isolated individuals, that nobody else matters, and double down on our sense of helplessness? We think not! Tim and Peter discuss a recent article in the Providence Journal suggesting disengagement as a viable coping strategy. FROM THIS EPISODE "When the chaos o ...…
 
This episode is a conversation between Tim and his co-defendant Karenna Gore, immediately after the surprising verdict in the West Roxbury, Boston, MA pipeline resistance trial. They discuss their experience of civil disobedience that led to the trial and the ground-breaking result of an acquittal by reason of the necessity defense. Karenna Gor ...…
 
BREAKING 3/27/18: Defendants found NOT RESPONSIBLE by necessity!http://www.climatedisobedience.org/media BREAKING 3/22/18: The prosecution has dropped the criminal charges to a civil infraction, so there will be no jury trial! We’ve added an update on what this means at the start of this episode. We then proceed to the previously recorded episo ...…
 
In our first outdoor episode, Tim talks with Jonathan McRay about the intersection of land restoration and restorative justice, questioning our society’s notions about waste and articulating a vision of healing. In addition to wind, we got some beautiful bird songs in this episode!The Climate Workshop Podcast is hosted by Tim DeChristopher and ...…
 
In this episode, we explore dealing with the climate crisis on an individual level. How do we look at what's happening with open eyes while remaining grounded? How do we stay engaged without letting it consume us? Our conversation ranges from mindfulness practice and holding concern for our children and future generations to the need for a cult ...…
 
Tim and Peter talk small groups with Marla Marcum of the Climate Disobedience Center. The Climate Disobedience Center exists to support a growing community of climate dissidents who take the risk of action, grounded in love, commensurate with the scale and urgency of the crisis. Part of their original mission was to build a culture of dissent a ...…
 
In this episode, Tim DeChristopher and Peter Bowden discuss some of the trends of civil disobedience in the climate movement, as well as the fundamental roles of civil disobedience as a tool for social change.Co-host Tim DeChristopher disrupted an illegitimate Bureau of Land Management oil and gas auction in December of 2008, by posing as "Bidd ...…
 
Tim DeChristopher talks with Rev. Mariama White-Hammond, the Minister for Ecological Justice at Bethel AME Church in Boston, MA. Rev. Mariama shares her deep ecological view of climate and social justice. She talks about her role as a black minister challenging the predominantly white climate movement to recognize that the problem is much bigge ...…
 
An introduction to the Climate Workshop Podcast. Tim DeChristopher and Peter Bowden discuss why they are doing a podcast, some of Tim’s activism background, and what kind of conversations they hope to share with listeners.Become a PatronAppreciate these conversations? Become a patron of the Climate Workshop Podcast. Patrons make this podcast po ...…
 
Tim DeChristopher and Peter Bowden discuss Peter’s entry into climate activism and what kind of conversations they feel have been missing from the climate movement. They challenge some of the conventional wisdom about communicating climate change and call for a more authentic, diverse, and humble conversation. Also, don’t miss Peter’s great Bil ...…
 
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