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Climate Action Show

Climate Action Collective

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Climate change - what's hot and what's not. Find out what is happening in community campaigns around the country, as well as the latest science and the solutions that are available now.
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How can we live sustainably in an unsustainable world? Second Nature is a podcast by Commons exploring how our sustainable choices impact our lives and the planet. Every week hear how listeners are taking public transit, composting food waste, eating more plant-based meals and practicing deconsumption to create the kind of world they want to live in. We'll calculate the carbon impact of collective action and get expert answers to your burning climate questions. Everyone’s sustainable life is ...
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The Tent

The Center for American Progress Action Fund

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Politics. Policy. Progress. All under one big tent. Produced by The Center for American Progress Action Fund, The Tent is a weekly news and politics podcast hosted by Daniella Gibbs Léger and Colin Seeberger. Listen in on each Thursday for new episodes diving into the world that progressives are focused on.
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Europe Climate Connection

Climate Action Network Europe

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A podcast dedicated to climate action across Europe. Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe hosts inspirational guests from civil society organisations working on the ground to fight the climate crisis. Each episode dives into a different climate change or energy transition topic giving you the what, who, why and how from specialists across the continent and beyond. So sit back, relax and enjoy critical conversations that hope to spark a change! More information about CAN Europe via caneurope.o ...
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Through captivating narratives and personal experiences, conservationist t. addison brown, together with youth activist Marley Alabanza, engage in enlightening conversations with an array of guests that include activists, artists, educators, scientists, conservationists, and humanitarians from around the world. Throughout their journey, tales of bravery, compassion, and dedication to our natural world unfold. Each one of us has the power to instigate change by making simple yet impactful cho ...
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Ok, Doomer!

European Leadership Network

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“Ok, Doomer!” the podcast by NEVER, is a 6-part series by the European Leadership Network and their New European Voices on Existential Risk, aka NEVER network, embarking on an exploration into the heart of the manmade existential risks threatening humanity, our planet, and life as we know it. Each episode delves into a different existential crisis, from the looming shadows of nuclear war and the escalating perils of climate change to the uncharted territories of disruptive AI technologies an ...
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To respond to the challenging times we are living through, physician, humanitarian and social justice advocate Dr. Paul Zeitz has identified “Revolutionary Optimism” as a new cure for hopelessness, despair, and cynicism. Revolutionary Optimism is itself an infectious, contagious, self-created way of living and connecting with others on the path of love. Once you commit yourself as a Revolutionary Optimist, you can bravely unleash your personal power, #unify with others, and accelerate action ...
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We know it’s alarming. Our streets and cities are flooding, our forests are burning, sea levels are on the rise. Our shared home, planet Earth, is threatened by man-made climate change. But did you also know that we already have the solutions to stop the escalating climate crisis? In this five episode podcast series we explore the solutions and dive into why the key to reaching our collective climate goals lies with the global energy sector and a systemic, swift transition from black to gree ...
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Meditations that Truly Serve are a healing balm for these times of rapid change and transformation. As global pressures like climate catastrophes increase, there is a potential for the buildup of toxic energies and emotions within individuals and groups. These meditations are designed to release, clear and soothe the effects of these toxic energies. Those who can stay clear-minded in stressful, fear-inducing situations are able to feel their connection to spirit and amplify the wisdom this o ...
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As Indigenous People, we embody remarkable resilience and unwavering determination, and we deeply understand our profound connection to the land, water, animals, and plants. Despite the disruptive forces of colonization and residential schools, we are reclaiming our identities. The desire to learn our language and songs, participate in ceremonies, and reconnect with the land is a testament to our strength. As an environmental organization, Keepers of the Water witnesses the far-reaching impa ...
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The weekly podcast tells the stories of curious-minded, purposeful people, creating positive change for social good. Our guests include creative problem-solvers, storytellers, activists and artists, social impact entrepreneurs, and philanthropists from across the arts, business, science, and technology, working to solve some of our more pressing problems. Each week, host Mark Fallows explores who his guests are as humans, who or what made them, what they are working to achieve or impact in t ...
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This podcast will explore perspectives on climate action from women in Scotland and around the world. Our aim is to outline the current struggles of local communities and build solidarity and awareness of women's rights within climate justice. We will bring together community leaders resisting environmental destruction and promoting collective change. With these discussions, we hope to inform environmental and social policy and widen engagement in the themes of gender and climate justice. Co ...
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”Blazing Fury,” a podcast delving into California’s pressing environmental crisis: wildfires. From towering infernos to smoldering blazes, these disasters wreak havoc on the landscape, communities, and ecosystems. They endanger not only wildlife, but human lives as well. Through expert interviews and firsthand accounts, this podcast uncovers the staggering scale of destruction; From loss of lives and homes to irreversible damage to biodiversity. Systemic issues exacerbating the crisis are co ...
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Can Marketing Save the Planet? It’s a big question, and one our podcast sets out to explore with marketers, senior leaders, CMOs and sustainability consultants and experts. Our purpose is to drive education, share best practice, inspire and empower listeners to ask questions and importantly… start taking action. Sitting at the heart of brand, communications, stakeholders and product development, marketers have a significant role to play when it comes to promoting and driving sustainability. ...
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The DNA Of Purpose Podcast uniquely weaves together personal growth, transformational processes, entrepreneurial thinking, and leadership strategy, empowering high-impact individuals to utilise purpose as the most powerful social innovation tool on the planet. Grounded in the belief that profound individual and collective impact originate from within, our mission calls on leaders to transcend limitations, unlock their full potential, and amplify their influence in dedicated service to a worl ...
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Nature is in crisis, and this affect all of us. The environmental challenges that we face, from deforestation to climate change, are threatening our wildlife, biodiversity and ecosystems like never before. But it’s not too late. With education, science and collective action, we can bring our world back to life. Call of the Wild is the award-winning podcast that's dedicated to raising awareness about the critical issues facing our world. Join our host, Cel Spellman, a WWF ambassador, actor an ...
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Going Green

Philip Russell / Paul Russell

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Welcome to the Going Green Podcast! Our mission is to educate and inspire people to take action on climate change by exploring various environmental issues and discussing practical ways to live a more sustainable lifestyle.Every week, your hosts Philip and Paul will delve into different aspects of climate change and its impact on the planet, from rising temperatures and sea levels to the destruction of ecosystems and loss of biodiversity. They will also examine the role that human activities ...
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A journey through a diverse collection of remarkable communities and movements figuring out how to build power, solidarity, and connection in a world beset by disasters — both natural and human-caused. From hurricanes to wildfires to reactionary politics and more, The Response's audio documentaries and interviews highlight some of the most inspiring stories of response and pave a path towards the better world we know is possible.
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The Global Earth Repair Conference is about building a grass-roots, locally-managed restoration mass movement to regreen our planet and recarbonize our soil. On May 3-5 2019 in Port Townsend Washington,we brought together over 600 people for three days of education, networking, and collective action - including 160 presenters and panelists that ranged from ecology experts to indigenous elders, permaculture gurus to environmental grief facilitators. Our focus is earth repair, ecosystem restor ...
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Feelanthrope

Ally Celones Senturk / Alex Kaufman

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Do you yearn to make a difference? Are you feeling stuck, overwhelmed, and anxious by the state of the world? Us, too. Feelanthrope is a podcast about activism in our everyday lives. Join us, Ally and Alex, just a couple of curious nerds, as we explore different career paths, talk to people who are making a difference, ask tough questions, laugh at silly jokes, and figure out how to build a better world together. Each week a discovery about the different flavors, shapes, and sizes of activis ...
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Spring Creek Podcast

Spring Creek Project

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This podcast is produced by the Spring Creek Project, an organization at Oregon State University that sponsors readings, lectures, conversations, residencies, and other events and programming on issues and themes of critical importance to the health of humans and nature. Our mission is to bring together the practical wisdom of environmental science, the clarity of philosophy, and the transformational power of the written word and the arts to envision and inspire just and joyous relations wit ...
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International Horizons

Ralph Bunche Institute

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International Horizons is a podcast of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies that brings scholarly expertise to bear on our understanding of international issues. The International Horizons podcast is our latest effort to bring our research and scholarship to a broader public. John Torpey, the host of the podcast and director of the Ralph Bunche Institute, holds conversations with prominent scholars and figures in state-of-the-art international issues in our weekly episodes.
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10x Bolder: The New Leadership Playbook is a conversation-based podcast series exploring how leaders align values with influence. Whether creating opportunities for refugees, implementing "open hiring" practices or corralling heads of state toward greater climate ambition, these leaders’ stories offer honesty, inspiration and insights for current and emerging business leaders alike. 10x Bolder is hosted by Halla Tómasdóttir, CEO of The B Team. The world’s crises are interdependent. The socio ...
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The Drawdown Agenda is an exciting new podcast series exploring the ground-breaking research behind the best-selling book Drawdown, a new and inspiring vision how we can reverse global warming by achieving “drawdown” – when atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations peak and begin to decline. Every fortnight, we speak to key members of the Drawdown team, a broad coalition of researchers, scientists, policy makers, business leaders and activists who have mapped, measured, and modelled the 100 ...
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The Marketing Society podcast

The Marketing Society podcast

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The Marketing Society is a progressive global community of senior marketers. Our purpose is to empower our members to be brave leaders. Since 1959, we have grown into an influential network of more than 2650+ members across our global hubs: London, Scotland, Hong Kong, Singapore, UAE and New York. Our members are mostly senior clients (over seventy per cent) from brands such as ASOS, Barclays, IBM, Disney, HSBC, Mars, Samsung, Unilever and Vodafone. Everything we do is through a brave lens – ...
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ABC Café

Anthony Apodaca

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A Vermont-focused podcast for curious people featuring interviews with artists, comedians, activists, academics, and whomever else we find interesting. It's a long-form conversation with local people about how they influence their world and how they are influenced by it. Hosted by Anthony Apodaca.
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The Aspen UK podcast brings you insightful discussions each week on topics that matter - from climate change and leadership to diplomacy and the arts. Our conversations showcase the diverse Aspen UK community and the power of dialogue to explore effective solutions to the challenges we face today.
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The Possibility Podcast provides a new narrative about the future of the planet, as we invite diverse change-makers, storytellers and frontier disruptors; and discuss their personal journey to meaning, and exchange some of the most innovative ideas around Identity, Sustainability, and Culture. Produced and hosted by award-winning storyteller, Mukul Bhatia, The Possibility Podcast is an important document of the present moment and creates a new roadmap of change-making, envisioned by the vari ...
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Forces for Good

B Lab and Hueman Group Media

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Forces for Good, a new podcast that tells the story of economic systems change through the lens of the B Corp movement. Building on the foundation of our pilot season (a special series created in partnership with Finding Humanity, Webby People’s Voice Award Winner for Best Series in Public Service and Activism), Forces for Good takes a hard look at how businesses are solving the biggest societal and environmental problems of our time. Host Irving Chan-Gomez (Growth & Partnerships at B Lab Gl ...
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Where is the space for hope in a world where it is almost impossible not to feel hopeless and broken? In that "almost," argues journalist Diego Arguedas Ortiz. In this episode, Diego argues that climate hope is linked with action: both ours and that of others alongside us. He follows the case of climate journalism, which was traditionally a domain …
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The need to reconnect to water and rebrand the ‘Big Blue’… World Ocean Day falls on June 8th and for those who haven’t heard of this event, it’s about “catalyzing collective action for a healthy ocean and a stable climate”. The ocean’s role is one of the most important there is, and, water security is a real concern. But, to make such events succes…
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The need to reconnect to water and rebrand the ‘Big Blue’… World Ocean Day falls on June 8th and for those who haven’t heard of this event, it’s about “catalyzing collective action for a healthy ocean and a stable climate”. The ocean’s role is one of the most important there is, and, water security is a real concern. But, to make such events succes…
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Today, I am thrilled to welcome back the remarkable Paul Zak. Paul is a Professor at Claremont Graduate University and is ranked among the top 0.3% of most cited scientists, with over 200 published papers and more than 20,000 citations to his research. Paul was one of the pioneering scientists to integrate neuroscience and economics into the ground…
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Raquel Willis joins the show to discuss intersectional activism, MAGA attacks on diversity, equity, and inclusion, and her journey as a Black trans activist and journalist. Daniella and Colin also talk about how extreme heat is impacting workers, and new Biden administration rules that will help fix our broken immigration system.…
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Degrowth equals greater profits – and big disruptions are coming… In this episode we got to talk to the brilliant Paul Folkes Arellano about circularity, and not just circularity, but toxic free circularity. Paul shares his knowledge, insights and experience in a space which plays a significant role in sustainability, business and societal behaviou…
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Degrowth equals greater profits – and big disruptions are coming… In this episode we got to talk to the brilliant Paul Folkes Arellano about circularity, and not just circularity, but toxic free circularity. Paul shares his knowledge, insights and experience in a space which plays a significant role in sustainability, business and societal behaviou…
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Composting is one of the easiest climate actions and there are so many ways to do it! On this episode, you'll get a straightforward explanation of how composting works and all the inspiration and guidance you need to start composting — no matter where you live. Listen in to hear: Listeners' firsthand advice for composting in any living situation Yo…
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In this week's episode, I sit down with Amanda Hamilton, a renowned nutrition expert, ex-broadcaster, and founder of retreats focused on holistic well-being and women’s health. We cover how Amanda's innate curiosity drove her to independently travel the globe, open a fasting retreat, aged 27, create a groundbreaking TV show, and ultimately redefine…
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We have the privilege of speaking with Dominique Goncalves, a true trailblazer in the world of elephant research and human-wildlife conflict resolution. Dominique has dedicated her career to understanding the intricate behavior and ecology of these magnificent creatures, with a particular focus on how elephants and humans can coexist harmoniously. …
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Episode #128. The Burnout Miniseries ep5 – The last episode in our mini-series on burnout shares the story of an agency marketer who, following her experience of extreme burnout, uses the power of breathwork, meditation and wellbeing to help and prevent burnout in others. Abby’s guest is Briony Gunson, mindset coach, wellbeing trainer, meditation t…
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In this episode of the Passive House Podcast Matthew Cutler Welsh chats with Sue Connor of Gaea Architects based in Sydney, Australia. Sue chatted about her lifelong passion for architecture and sustainability. Sue delves into her work with Passive House standards, emphasizing the importance of non-toxic, ethical, and energy-efficient building mate…
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Welcome to “Going Viral”, the fourth episode of “Ok Doomer!” the podcast series by The European Leadership Network’s (ELN) New European Voices on Existential Risk (NEVER) network. Hosted by the ELN’s Policy and Impact Director, Jane Kinninmont, and the ELN’s Project and Communications Coordinator, Edan Simpson, this episode will examine the existen…
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People often think that social movements emerge when people get so frustrated with the state of things that they cannot not act. They think that only people who really believe in the cause join social movements. And they think that social movements only have an impact when they change the hearts and minds of the public. In this episode, Francesca P…
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Uranium Mining in Northern Saskatchewan―What You Need To Know; Part 2, Small Nuclear Modular Reactors (SMRs) and Consent in Saskatchewan: What You Haven’t Been Told Originally broadcast as a live-to-air online webinar, this four-part series was shortened to audio for your listening pleasure. We want to help you learn more about uranium mining in No…
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Becoming more conscious consumers is a pivotal step in building a more sustainable economy, but how do we deconsume in a consumerist world? When we buy less, we save money, cut down on clutter, and lower our emissions. This collective shift has another big impact — helping us to steer the economy away from disposable products, unsustainable resourc…
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In this episode of International Horizons, RBI Director John Torpey spoke with Francesco Ronchi and Udo Zolleis, two European Parliament officials and analysts. With the European Parliament elections taking place shortly after we spoke, they share their insights on the direction that politics in Europe may take in the coming months and years, espec…
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I recently interviewed Suba Vasudevan, a tech optimist and eternal learner who has made a lasting impact in the realm of trust, safety, and responsible innovation. Growing up in Mumbai, Suba was shaped by her parents' unwavering support. Her innate curiosity led her to pursue computer engineering while also working as a journalist, exposing her to …
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This episode is the third in our series on entrepreneurial thinking, that can benefit any brand, whatever the size. In our first episode we looked at the benefits of entrepreneurial thinking and identified 6 principles that can benefit any brand. In this episode The Marketing Society member Ruth Fittock speaks to Head of Clubhouses at Virgin Atlant…
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In this episode, Matthew Cutler Welsh dives into the highlights of the 2024 Thrive Passivhaus Conference, in Melbourne Australia. Matthew chats with: Joe Karten of Built Emilia Lacovino of Detailed Green Kristie Wulf of the Australian Hemp Building Directory Talina Edwards of Envirotecture Hamish White of Sanctum Homes Andy Marlow of the Australian…
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Episode #127. The Burnout Miniseries ep4 – We’re continuing our focus on burnout and how together, we can raise awareness to prevent it and support each other in our challenging yet rewarding marketing profession. Abby’s guest is Senior Reporter for Marketing Week, Molly Innes. Molly has been researching burnout for the past two years having writte…
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In this episode, Aisha Shillingford invites us into a practice of imaginative world-building that involves thinking far into the future, deep intuition, and bold dreaming. She says we have the right and the responsibility to imagine another future, and what comes next depends on our ability to imagine. Aisha asks us to imagine not just changing our…
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DC/DOX Film Festival Director and Co-Founder Sky Sitney discusses why documentaries are such an important form of storytelling, the origins and purpose of DC/DOX, and what to expect from this year's festival. Daniella and Colin also talk about upcoming U.S. Supreme Court decisions and right-wing plans to dismantle protections against foreign interf…
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Stoops, balconies, and windowsills are ripe for growing food. Today, we're riding out the ripple effect that urban gardening can have on our lives and the planet. Second Nature is your community for practical, sustainable living. On this episode, we're getting inspiration and practical tips to start small, fruitful home gardens in urban spaces. We'…
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In times where conflicts around the globe are an everyday topic, the place of the United Nations in resolving these conflicts is constantly being questioned. In this episode of International Horizons, RBI Director John Torpey discusses this issue with Professor Abiodun Williams, Professor of the Practice of International Politics at Tufts Universit…
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Episode #126. The Burnout Miniseries ep3 – The third episode in our burnout series, raising awareness to the physical, mental and emotional exhaustion that prolonged stress in our profession that cause – and what we can do about it. This episode highlights burnout from a leadership perspective and the pressure to become other people’s version of a …
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In this episode, co-host Mary James speaks with Angie Horner, co-founder of Quantum Passivhaus, based in Minden, Ontario. Angie shares the inspiring journey of how Quantum started as a husband-and-wife team in 2013, driven by a passion for sustainable building practices and the desire to address common construction issues. We dive into the developm…
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Welcome back to the DNA of Purpose podcast! After a brief hiatus, we are thrilled to return for Season 6, bringing you the stories and insights of the world's most purpose-driven leaders. I'm especially excited about today's episode because we have the incredible Jessica Hickman with us. As the founder and director of Bullyology and an advocate of …
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While we need urgent responses to climate breakdown, we will only make meaningful progress once we recognize that it is a symptom of a deeper underlying malaise affecting our society. Climate must be understood as one aspect of a multifaceted process of global ecological degradation caused by problematic characteristics of our socioeconomic system.…
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In this bonus episode of the Passive House Podcast, co-host Ilka Cassidy is at the Sustainability Symposium hosted by Green Building United. In the first interview Ilka talks with Robert Fleming, Brian Fullen, Carolina Downey and Sarah Harvey of FCA along with Kayla Reddington and Sarah Murphy of Turner Construction about their sustainability framw…
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Today’s “Luminaries” guest is Fred Swanson, a former research geologist with the USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, and a Senior Fellow of the Spring Creek Project. He is co-editor of the books “Forest Under Story: Creative Inquiry in an Old-Growth Forest” and “In the Blast Zone: Catastrophe and Renewal on Mount St. Helens.” F…
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In this bonus episode of the Passive House Podcast, co-host Ilka Cassidy is at the Sustainability Symposium hosted by Green Building United. Ilka talks with Paul Thompson of BluPath, Lauren Thomsen & Matt Gindlesparger of Lauren Thomsen Design, Justin Iovenitti & Norm Horn of New Ecology and David Gavin of Quinn Evans. Ilka talked to the presenters…
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ProPublica reporter Andy Kroll joins the show to talk about MAGA extremism in Michigan, Project 2025, and the impact the far-right’s agenda could have on U.S. democracy. Colin and Erin also discuss Donald Trump’s hush-money trial in Manhattan and talk about abortion rights with Sabrina Talukder, director of the Women’s Initiative at the Center for …
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Uranium Mining in Northern Saskatchewan―What You Need To Know: Part 1, Indigenous Resistance to Uranium Mining Originally broadcast as a live-to-air online webinar, this four-part series was shortened to audio for your listening pleasure. We want to help you learn more about uranium mining in Northern Saskatchewan, why it is happening, and what the…
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Fast fashion is cheap, but the low cost to customers comes at a high cost to garment workers, communities, and the environment. So, how do we break free from the fast fashion cycle? Second Nature is your community for practical, sustainable living. On this episode, we're commiserating with listeners over the allure of fast fashion and getting real …
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In this special bonus episode of the Passive House Podcast, co-host Ilka Cassidy is at the Sustainability Symposium hosted by Green Building United. Ilka talks with Rich Freeh the Executive Director of GBU and Sangeetha Sambandam of WRT. They give insight into Green Building United and the Symposium, its history, goals, and strategic planning. And …
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Football shirts are front page news in England and Germany in the last week, so this is a timely conversation about our relationship with sports jerseys, and the nature of their commercial value. Guests are Mike Fordham and Kylie Bishop. Mike has worked for IMG and the ECB and played pivotal roles in the set up of both the IPL and The Hundred, and …
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Passive House Podcast Co-Host Mary James and Ilka Cassidy had the pleasure of speaking with Cindy Wilson, co-founder of Intelligent City, a company based in British Columbia, Canada. Cindy shares the innovative journey of Intelligent City, which began with a vision to improve urban living through sustainable, efficient construction. She delves into…
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On this episode of International Horizons, Francesco Duina, Charles A. Dana Professor of Sociology at Bates College and Luca Storti, Associate Professor of Economic Sociology at the University of Turin in Italy and a Research Fellow of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies, discuss the rise of inequalities around the globe and the di…
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Episode #125. The Burnout Miniseries ep2 – Continuing our focus on burnout, this episode discusses the experience of a high-achieving marketer who went through burnout and their reflections on preventing it again - for themselves and others in the future. Abby’s guest is Alan Trice, an experienced and passionate senior marketer, having held Head of…
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Natalia Talkowska shares her journey from Poland to London's startup ecosystem and how her insatiable curiosity led her to transform lives through visual storytelling. Interviewed at the Austin Public Library, Natalia delves into her mission of connecting people and making them feel seen and understood. She recounts the pivotal encounter with Darre…
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