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A Sustainability Now Interview with Nathan Lou, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Mongol Tribe. Agro-ecologist Nathan Lou is Co-founder and Executive Director of San Diego-based Mongol Tribe, a 501C3 providing hands-on education and experiences with traditional and regenerative land management practices. With local resiliency as his rally cry an…
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A Sustainability Now interview with Nina Simons, author, speaker, teacher and co-founder of Bioneers Join us for a thoughtful and visionary conversation with Nina Simons, co-founder of Bioneers and author of the top Nautilus award winning book, Nature, Culture, and the Sacred: A Woman Listens for Leadership. Nina invites us into what she calls “ful…
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We currently stand at a pivotal juncture where the loss of numerous species from our local ecosystems poses a serious threat. This jeopardizes the ecosystem services that are essential for our well-being, including oxygen production, water purification, flood control, pollination, pest regulation, and carbon storage. However, this isn't a moment of…
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Deniz Tekerek is co-founder and Chief Commercial Officer of Archireef, a Nature-tech startup that restores coral reefs with proprietary 3D-printed clay Reef Tiles. Often called the rainforests of the sea, coral reef structures help slow down and shrink waves as they hurtle towards shore, which helps protect coastlines from hurricanes, cyclones and …
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Graham Stewart, founder of Fibre52, is creating a revolution in the fabric industry. Over the past 2 years, Graham has developed and patented an environmentally kind and cost-conscious process to bleach and dye cotton that results in a stronger fiber. Without chemical degradation, it produces cooler, naturally dry, soft, wrinkle and stain-resistant…
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Meet Joe Luttwak, a man on a mission to revolutionize #sustainability. With years of experience in the #CarbonFiber sector, including renowned companies like Ferrari, he embarked on a journey to create an eco-friendly alternative. Joe’s brainchild, Lingrove, emerged as a game-changer, introducing a groundbreaking proprietary formulation. This innov…
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With a long and distinguished career in microbiology, Mike Cox is an inventor as well as the Founder and CEO of Anaerobe Systems, a microbiology manufacturing and research company. While developing a process to produce hydrogen from biomass, a happy “accident” led Mike to the invention of a miracle “plant food” and fertilizer. What’s beautiful abou…
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While researching the rapid shift in cancer incidents from northern states to the Mississippi Delta, triple board-certified physician, Dr. Zach Bush connected the widespread use of Glyphosate (trade name: Round-up) in America’s farmlands with soil and human health everywhere from the farms to the Gulf of Mexico. This chemical destroys the microbiom…
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Values-based investing, supporting local economies, supporting social change. What if you could literally invest your money where your life and your values are? Longtime activist and visionary, Michael H. Shuman, has made a career of applying his economics and law training to enable that very thing. Seeing local economies as a vehicle for global ch…
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A positive contrarian and thought provocateur in both business and the regenerative movement, Carol Sanford brings about change by disrupting certainty; and this interview is no exception. By digging deep to unearth and upend underlying assumptions, Carol has changed the essence of work in corporations such as Google, DuPont, Intel, P&G, and Sevent…
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Hal Crimmel, educator, author and filmmaker, joins us for a rich conversation about the growing momentum behind the rights of nature movement as well as the making of his film entitled, "The Rights of Nature: A Global Movement." If we can imbue corporations with the same rights as people, doesn't it make sense to empower nature, the very foundation…
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Some have said that the wheel is the most important invention of all time. For 5000 years, it has remained relatively unchanged; until now that is. The folks at Shark Wheel have literally reinvented the wheel and now this new wheel is poised to solve some of the biggest problems in commercial agriculture. The discovery that sine waves can be found …
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with Lauren Tucker of reNourish Studio, Co-Founder and former Executive Director of Kiss the Ground Lauren Tucker is on a mission to evolve our food system and is consequently challenging the very foundations of the business of food. Lauren’s latest venture, reNourish Studio, a project of Farmer’s Footprint, brings together an eclectic group of bus…
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Christa Barfield, founder of FarmerJawn, is a force of nature. Healthcare professional turned urban farmer, educator and entrepreneur, Christa had an epiphany in 2018 that led her to create LifeLeaf Organic Farms, parent company to Viva Leaf Tea Co. and FarmerJawn Agriculture, a Philly-based community greenhouse and CSA. Driven by deep passion, Chr…
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With John Fullerton, founder of Capital Institute and one of four featured experts in the "Going Circular" documentary. We may think of economics as a dry and academic pursuit, but assumptions about money and economy are both reflective of, and instrumental in, shaping our interactions with the natural world. In this provocative conversation, we ex…
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In her unique approach to global conservation, founder of Earthfire Institute, Susan B. Eirich, Ph.D. shares transformational tales of people connecting deeply with nature to bring us into a personal relationship with the living world. Understanding that so many of our human and environmental ills stem from deep dissociation, Susan developed Reconn…
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What if the water cycles of the planet hold the key to reversing climate change and eliminating the deadly drought, fire, and flood cataclysms that are becoming ever more frequent? What if our focus on carbon is missing the point? Having spent the last decade working in more than 25 countries on 6 continents, Zach Weiss has been restoring water cyc…
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After joining the Mawah Environmental Commission, Karin La Greca received a letter from Eric J. Fuchs-Stengel, a local high school student who wanted to do a litter clean-up. Wanting to encourage his motivation, she helped him organize the first of what would turn out to be over 200 clean-ups that have removed tons of trash from the community over …
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What if humanity is following a natural evolutionary cycle of maturation that moves from rampant proliferation, consumption and competition to cooperative harmony? This is the hopeful perspective offered by Dr. Elisabet Sahtouris, world-renowned evolution biologist, futurist, speaker, author, and educator. A deep "pastist" Dr. Sahtouris uses the st…
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What if we could transform the planet and our relationship to it and each other by simply focusing on transforming one place at a time? Bill Reed and Regenesis Inc. contend just that: that by understanding the unique essence of a place, its history and geology as well as its social and geographical dynamics, we can regenerate that place and its sur…
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Pilot by day and entrepreneur by night, Steve Churchill is the owner of the Urban Worm Company, a vermicomposting-related blog, online store, and manufacturer of the Urban Worm Bag. Steve is all about the worms, joyfully promoting vermicomposting as a means of turning household and commercial waste into a highly-valuable soil amendment. Who knew th…
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Did you know that cork can absorb 55 times its own weight in carbon from the atmosphere? Join us for an interview with Paul Maughan-Brown, content manager for the wine cork recycling program ReCORK and it’s parent company Canadian orthopedic footwear brand SOLE. ReCORK, North America’s largest natural wine cork recycling program was launched in 200…
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"Vegangelical" Paul Shapiro's activism led him to start The Better Meat Co. in 2018 with a mission to build a more sustainable food system by replacing meat from animals with a next-generation, plant-based mycoprotein superfood. Paul is a four-time TEDx speaker and his book Clean Meat: How Growing Meat Without Animals Will Revolutionize Dinner and …
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In an eye-opening conversation with professional archeologist and herbalist, Lauren Lembo connects us to the world of traditional plant medicine and wakes us up to the social and environmental costs of many personal care products we assume to be green and wholesome. Lauren is the owner and founder of Blue Fox Botanicals, a New Jersey-based company …
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