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The Bioneers: Revolution from the Heart of Nature is an award-winning series featuring breakthrough solutions for people and planet. The greatest social and scientific innovators of our time celebrate the genius of nature and human ingenuity. The kaleidoscopic scope covers biomimicry, ecological design, social and racial justice, women’s leadership, ecological medicine, indigenous knowledge, spirituality and psychology. It’s leading-edge, hopeful, charismatic, provocative, timely and timeles ...
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Get bigger, stronger and smarter with FitnessFAQs. Your host Daniel Vadnal is a Physiotherapist from Australia with more than 15 years of calisthenics experience. Guests include experts Dr Mike Israetel, Ben Patrick, Jeremy Ethier, Kinobody, The Bioneer, Alpha Destiny, Strength Side, Bill Maeda, Marcus Filly, Calisthenic Movement and more. Exercise can be complicated. This podcast will help.
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These deeply moving videos give a kaleidoscopic view from our greatest visionaries reconciling nature, culture and spirit in a revolution from the heart of nature. Restoring the Earth, our communities and our human wholeness requires a rediscovery of Earth-honoring reverence in our ethical and religious worldviews: our interdependence with the web of life, each other and the cosmos. It’s a change of heart inspired by wonder, reverence and gratitude. Since 1990, Bioneers has acted as a fertil ...
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These inspiring videos feature diverse, dynamic models of women leaders and show how women are reinventing leadership worldwide. Working across all fields, these women leaders are advancing gender equity, racial justice and cultural diversity. They elevate human qualities associated with the feminine to a place of balance with the masculine in our leadership, institutions and culture. They inspire and ignite greater leadership among all people. Since 1990, Bioneers has acted as a fertile hub ...
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As these videos bring to life, ecological design systems are far more efficient, economical, and humane than current design norms. In place of today’s failed brute-force approaches that attempt to dominate the natural world, these innovators are demonstrating sophisticated ways of designing buildings, vehicles, technologies, cities and social systems to interact harmoniously with living systems - enlivening you with just how advanced the Ecological Design revolution is. Since 1990, Bioneers ...
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These exhilarating videos portray courageous, inventive activists on the frontlines of environmental justice addressing the fair distribution of environmental benefits and burdens. They’re engaging all people in the development, implementation and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations and policies. They’re embedding principles of equity, access and precaution in governance, development, and environmental policy and planning. Since 1990, Bioneers has acted as a fertile hub of social ...
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These authentically unique videos feature Indigenous voices from the Bioneers conference main stage and the Bioneers Indigenous Forum, a sovereign, Native-led space at our annual conference. These visionary leaders share ancient wisdom and contemporary adaptive strategies for a sustainable, just and wise world. They carry out their work on the land, in neighborhoods, schools, businesses, and in local and international courts of justice – to give nature and humanity a fighting chance to choos ...
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These inspiring videos feature visionary leaders working for an environmentally healthy and equitable society. They’re radically re-thinking our guiding economic ideas and practices. Just as economic motives and systems are driving the destruction of nature and human communities, a Green Economy can act as a restorative force. Since 1990, Bioneers has acted as a fertile hub of social and scientific innovators with practical and visionary solutions for the world’s most pressing environmental ...
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A series of interviews from the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology, focusing on people and organizations working at the confluence of religious and ecological perspectives. Interviews cover four main areas: 1) new and forthcoming publications, 2) engagement in practice, activism, and advocacy, 3) teaching and curriculum, and 4) perspectives from environmental humanities. Our Vision is a flourishing Earth community where religious and spiritual traditions join together for the shared wellbein ...
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PSYCHED!

Mohammad Abdullah Sarkar

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Welcome to Psyched, where you get to listen to my eccentric ideas about pretty much everything under the sky. If you think I'm amazing, be sure to check out my YouTube channel and if some of my ideas make you think I am delusional, well can we all just agree to not call the institutional services?
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Women of Ambition

Alyssa Calder Hulme

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The Women of Ambition Podcast is a place where we explore ambition - first, the radical act of acknowledging it within ourselves, second allowing space to explore what ambition means for each of us, and third moving forward with intention. Host Alyssa Calder Hulme navigates stories of women accepting and thriving in their ambition through guest interviews and reflections.
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As a backlash against LGBTQ rights escalates into an authoritarian crusade, acclaimed author and queer activist Taylor Brorby asks how we can still be fighting this battle? As a writer addressing the fossil fuel industry’s acceleration in the midst of climate chaos, Taylor is forced to choose between the existential crises of the assaults on nature…
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In a world that’s unraveling from climate disruption and gaping inequality, another climate crisis confronts us: the climate of hate and othering. Award-winning scholar and educator Valarie Kaur says to overcome racism and nationalism, we must not succumb to rage and grief. As someone who has spent much of her life challenging horrific injustices a…
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Have you heard of hybrid training? Combining running and weights is becoming a popular way to workout. This podcast explains the basics so you can get good results with a hybrid approach. - (00:21) - Learn The Basics (02:32) - Following a Hybrid Program (10:01) - How To Start Running (12:55) - Mixing Cardio and Weights (16:23) - Maintain Your Gains…
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This episode features our host, Sam Mickey, discussing the new posthumous publication from the French philosopher Bruno Latour, If We Lose The Earth, We Lose Our Souls, in which Latour calls upon Christians to join the struggle to avert a climate catastrophe. It's a short text that examines connections between cosmology, ecology, and Catholicism, i…
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At the core of our civilizational breakdown is an extractive economy that wastes both nature and people, at the same time it is Hoovering extreme wealth up to the billionaire class. But with breakdown comes breakthrough. Professor Manuel Pastor believes we’re living through a moment of profound transformation. It will come down to what we do – or d…
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This episode features Timothy Morton, PhD, Rita Shea Guffey Chair in English at Rice University and author of several books on ecological thought. We discuss their new book, Hell: In Search of a Christian Ecology (Columbia University Press, 2024). Escaping global warming hell, this revelatory book shows, requires a radical, mystical marriage of Chr…
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There is a growing movement to redefine manhood, and to address ways that violence is baked into our cultural expectations of masculinity. Courageous, visionary men are rising to the challenge. One of those men is activist, writer and public speaker Kevin Powell. In this half-hour, Powell boldly and bravely discusses his experiences with toxic masc…
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As we hurtle into the Sixth Age of Extinctions, we face the cataclysmic loss of half the world’s biological diversity. 80% of the remaining biodiversity is on Indigenous lands. Ethnobotanist and Indigenous rights advocate Mark Plotkin of the Amazon Conservation Team tells us how scientists are helping protect the people who will protect the land, a…
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This episode features Missy Lahren, PhD, Chair of Board of Directors at Earth Law Center. Along with her work as a public interest lawyer, she is also a producer and writer. We discuss the many facets of her work, focusing in particular on her recent film, Last Stand: Saving the Elwha River's Legacy Forests. It premiered publicly at EarthX in Dalla…
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Writer, naturalist and activist Terry Tempest Williams asks “Can we love ourselves, each other and the Earth enough to change?” She invokes our deepest humanity to honor and protect the wilderness that’s the cauldron of evolution – and of our own imagination. “Our power lies in the love of our homelands,” she tells us in this eloquent, heartfelt to…
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This episode features Sara Jolena Wolcott, an ecotheologian, minister, healer, ceremonialist, consultant, singer, and founder of Sequoia Samanvaya—an organization dedicated to harmonizing with ancient wisdom. She is also the host of The ReMembering And ReEnchanting Podcast. We discuss some of the many facets of her interdisciplinary but also cross-…
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What’s it like to be in someone else’s skin? What if the color of the skin is different – say, black and white? What might happen when the descendants of a white slave trader and of black people who were enslaved meet? That is the brave and wrenching journey embraced by Thomas DeWolf, whose white ancestors were once the nation’s biggest slave trade…
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In this second of a two-part program, we plunge into the mind-bending proposition that we get a second chance to remake our broken food economy. Bren Smith, co-founder and co-Executive Director of GreenWave, has created a revolutionary polycultural farming model that has low upfront costs, is easily scalable, and can help mitigate climate change. I…
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In this episode, Kimberly Carfore returns to the podcast to talk about this year's Bioneers conference, which was held in Berkeley, California on March 28-30. Bioneers is a nonprofit environmental advocacy organization based in New Mexico and California. Founded in 1990 by Kenny Ausubel and Nina Simons, Bioneers (a neologism for "biological pioneer…
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Calling someone an “animal” means they’re less than human – not worthy of respect, rights, or even of life itself. But in truth -- and in biological fact -- human beings ARE animals. Scientists continue to find that intelligence and what we call “consciousness” appear to saturate all of nature. Clearly it’s high time to think differently about just…
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Here are some ways to improve life that AREN'T related to your physical appearance.Appearance does matter in some contexts, but they're not the only thing. Sometimes we may lose perspective on this in our pursuit of self-improvement. There may be other, more impactful ways you can strive to improve yourself!In this video, I talk about some ways to …
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Simon Ata has 20 years of calisthenics experience. You'll learn the most important principles to increase bodyweight strength for life. - (00:22) - Good Vs Bad Technique? (10:16) - Calisthenics for Strength (13:16) - Why Train Legs? (16:27) - Measuring Calisthenics Progress (21:28) - Frequency in Strength Skills (38:25) - Intensity For Bodyweight E…
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In this moment of radical transformation, shifting the societal pronoun from “me, me, me” to “we” may be the single most transformational pivot we can make in order for anything else to work. Our destiny is ultimately collective. How can we overcome corrosive divisions and separations that are tearing us apart and create a world where everyone belo…
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This episode features Clayton Crockett, PhD, Professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion and the Director of the interdisciplinary Religious Studies program at the University of Central Arkansas. He has authored or edited a number of books at the intersection of theology, philosophy, science, and politics, including Religion, Politics an…
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The Rights of Nature movement launched internationally in 2006 and is growing fast. Driven primarily by tribes and citizen-led communities, more than three dozen cities, townships and counties across the U.S. have adopted such laws to create legally enforceable rights for ecosystems to exist, flourish, regenerate and evolve. In this program, Native…
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This episode features Rabbi Ora Nitkin-Kaner, Reconstructionist rabbi and interdenominational climate change chaplain based in New Haven, Connecticut. As a rabbi, meditation teacher, climate change chaplain, and educator, she founded Exploring Apocalypse to extend her pastoral care work to help individuals and groups navigate the complexities of li…
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As a backlash against LGBTQ rights escalates into an authoritarian crusade, acclaimed author and queer activist Taylor Brorby asks how we can still be fighting this battle? As a writer addressing the fossil fuel industry’s acceleration in the midst of climate chaos, Taylor is forced to choose between the existential crises of the assaults on nature…
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Forests have long occupied a fertile landscape in the human imagination. Places of mystery and magic – of wildness and wisdom – of vision and dreaming. Yet beyond mythic realms of imagination, we’ve largely treated forests as inert physical resources to satisfy human needs and desires. The main operative science behind this commodification has been…
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This episodes features Craig Patterson, a long-time activist and advocate weaving together multiple perspectives to address contemporary environmental issues. We talk about his commitment to integration and synthesis, seeking alliances and unity amidst difference. Some points of integration we discuss include science and spirituality, East and West…
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Welcome to the women of ambition podcast. I'm your host, Alyssa Calder Hume. And today we are going to look specifically at ambition for women as per normal, but we're going to be looking at it through the lens of culture and how religion and socialization and so many other factors come into play for women and how we are socialized to be able to ex…
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