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Green Dreamer is a community-supported, in(ter)dependent podcast exploring our paths to collective healing, biocultural revitalization, and true abundance and wellness *for all*. Curious to unravel the dominant narratives that stunt our imaginations and called to spark radical dreaming of what could be, we share conversations with an ever-expanding range of thought leaders — each inspiring us to deepen and broaden our awareness in their own ways. Together, let's learn what it takes to thrive ...
 
Regeneration Rising is a podcast for beginning agrarians, about the trials, tribulations, and joys of a life in regenerative agriculture. Each episode will feature conversations with apprentices and other young agrarians, tidbits and tips from regenerative ag experts, job announcements, and more. Originally started by Shawna Burhans and Ariel Bobbett, two young agrarians, season two is now being led by Quivira Coalition’s New Agrarian apprenticeship program. As we face the challenge of repop ...
 
Join Gregory Landua as he explores the movement to regenerate our relationship to planet earth and each other on The Planetary Regeneration Podcast. In wide ranging conversations, Gregory and his guests explore the cutting edge technology, philosophies, practices and models disrupting climate change and inspiring hope for a better tomorrow. Gregory is the CEO of Regen Network Development, Inc., a development company that builds software tools for Regen Network, a blockchain platform for orig ...
 
Regeneration Nation Costa Rica explores who's doing what to bring CR toward carbon neutrality and social equity. Join us as we share stories, strategies, and insights from ecologically & socially beneficial projects contributing to the change we need to see more of in the world. These stories provide businesses and landowners everywhere access to unique ideas for how they, too, might design their own business models for regenerative success and impact. In the end, we hope to see more people ...
 
Inverkeithing - a fascinating and ancient Royal Burgh in the magnificent Kingdom of Fife, Scotland, has maritime heritage; witnessed a pivotal Civil War battle, was a major pilgrimage route, and critical trading centre. This podcast series parallels a heritage-led regeneration scheme, running 2019 - 2024. It includes discussions with archaeologists, historians, heritage professionals and others. The Heritage Regeneration project is delivered by Fife Historic Buildings Trust, making heritage ...
 
These podcasts are all the talks that were presented at Nation Builder's 6th annual In Good Company conference, entitled "Be the ReGeneration" and looked at "building back better" in terms of our personal wellbeing, our social wellbeing and our economic wellbeing - all for the good of South Africa.
 
Join us as we untangle our personal and cultural hang-ups in hopes of evoking positive generational change. STEPHANIE KATONA is a celebrated and sought-after fitness instructor who brings to The Regeneration Show the same imagination, energy, and commitment that's empowered her to transform bodies and minds for 10 extraordinary years (@sklptyourbody). Originally from northern Ontario, ANDREW ST. GERMAIN went onto launch his radio career in Canada’s largest media market; bringing to the show ...
 
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Candid conversations about Theology, Church, and Mission, hosted by Jay Kim and Isaac Serrano. The Regeneration Podcast is a series of conversations with a variety of people - church leaders, authors, academics, creatives, and you - exploring some of today’s most confusing and difficult questions about the theology and mission of the Christian church. Our aim is to create a thoughtful, interesting, and engaging dialogue that confronts the toughest questions, rather than shying away from them ...
 
Environmental and social issues can feel confusing and overwhelming, especially when we try to tackle solutions on our own. That’s why it’s important to collaborate with other optimistic activists on sustainable strategies. When we join the movement together and break down complex practices, we can make profound changes. By focusing on collective movements over the long-term, our social impact makes our communities better. And eventually, our work becomes a beacon of hope for the entire worl ...
 
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Filmed on-location in Santa Cruz, California at the San Vicente Redwoods in a press preview of the new trail system which will be open to the public on Saturday, 12/3/2022. Listen on your favorite platform, or watch on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/x1hEeOLLGnw Notable quotes kick off the episode: "We're talking about 8,800 acres right here in the …
 
Quivira Coalition's New Agrarian Program Colorado Manager Taylor Muglia sits down with Akwese Mbendang Milene Majolie. Akwese was an intern this summer with Quivira's Carbon Ranch Initiative. Working remotely from Rwanda where she attended school at the African Leadership University Rwanda, she helped with biochar projects and educational guides, a…
 
“Where our power comes from actually is in that space between the 'I' and the 'you'—that shared space. If we could tap into that, if we can find ways of working together, to form what I called 'shared agency,' then we can actually gain a lot of power to affect change.” In this episode, we welcome Min Hyoung Song, a Professor of English and the Dire…
 
On today's Community Voices episode of the Planetary Regeneration podcast, Revathi, Executive Director of Regen Foundation, and Gregory talk about the intricacies and challenges of anchoring the governance of Regen Nework into the lived reality of land stewards and scientists around the world.Revathi is an ethical technologist with a focus on digit…
 
Oceans are getting warmer and more acidic because of all the carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. This is happening because of deforestation or coal-burning, and it's not helping the ecosystem regenerate at all. This creates a chain reaction where the ocean eliminates algae and fish. The climate problem will never be solved if people keep abusing th…
 
In a world where consumerism and capitalism reign supreme, keeping track of your carbon footprint is almost impossible, let alone reducing it. But Beth Craig proved that anything is achievable with the right mindset by adopting a carbon-negative lifestyle. Joining Corinna Bellizzi, the Founder of Integrity Hero shares how avoiding carbon resulted i…
 
“All of these imaginings visually, as if we were in a spaceship and looking down on the Earth—whoever that we is, which is super problematic with the notion of the Anthropocene—safely above, looking at the mess we’ve created... And no. With Trans-corporeality, our bodies are already the Anthropocene.” In this episode, we welcome Professor Stacy Ala…
 
The impacts of climate change on different areas of society are interrelated, which is why people think the worst about the future. But we don’t have to simply accept and surrender to the possibility of a dying planet. We can actually change the narrative so we can start working together to co-create a better world! Join Corinna Bellizzi as she tal…
 
“For every $1 of aid Africa gets, $24 is taken out. We have to address something deeper, something more systemic, but we don’t want to talk about that. We want to talk about food waste, composting. Those are treating the symptoms of the disease, not the root. ” In this episode, we revisit our past conversation with Loren Cardeli, the co-founder and…
 
Supporting free speech is easy if the speech is something you agree with. But it’s often hard to not be hypocritical about it if the speech in question is something you disagree with. Renowned free speech advocate Tony Brasunas believes that to truly advocate free speech, we need to support it in principle. And that means giving space to ideas that…
 
“When it comes to refrigeration, so many of us have just come to accept that that’s how things are done. But I think in the food sovereignty conversation, those dependencies can sometimes be overlooked when we’re talking about what it means to become sovereign.” In this episode, we welcome Hiʻilei Julia Kawehipuaakahaopulani Hobart (Kanaka Maoli), …
 
The National Young Farmers Coalition (NYFC) Land Advocacy Fellowship is a two-year advocacy and leadership fellowship for current and aspiring young farmers and ranchers. In this episode, host Taylor Muglia sits down with Benú Amun-Ra, Tanisha Diggs, and Óscar Vital, three Fellows from right here in Colorado. They talk about their land access goals…
 
In today’s episode, I meet with Jonathon Conant, a seasoned performer, and coach of the aerial arts. He teaches trapeze and aerial silk skills in one of the most enriching environments a student could hope to learn them in. We talk at length about Jonathan's practice of guiding students to explore flow state as a tool for unlocking unrealized poten…
 
On today's Community Voices episode of the Planetary Regeneration podcast, Gregory speaks to Kyle Birchard of Integrative Economics. Regen Network's Land Steward Project Manager Rebecca Harman joins the conversation. Listen as they explore the work that Kyle is doing to bring pollinator ecocredits to Regen Network.Kyle Birchard is the Principal Ana…
 
As forests all over the world are continuously drained of their precious resources, a huge amount of money is certainly required to rebuild them. But every once in a while, noble reforestation efforts arise that does not call for a huge amount of cash. This is exactly what Hank Dearden does through his organization, ForestPlanet. He joins Corinna B…
 
“Our economies globally have forced the Global South to be commodity-driven, export countries, with powerful multinationals. [The] profits that come from the exploitation of countries in the Global South flow to the Global North. As I say, imperialism is as alive today as it was then.” In this episode, we welcome Asad Rehman, the Executive Director…
 
We are making long strides with sustainability, all thanks to the collective efforts, both big and small, of individuals, organizations, and companies. In this episode, we have someone responsible for saving 65 million acres of trees! The Executive Director of Stand.earth Todd Paglia joins Corinna Bellizzi to share with us the amazing things they h…
 
“What [the plastiglomerate] really highlights is the fact that plastic is now so incredibly ubiquitous that it can’t be taken out or removed. It is, in fact, a part of geology at this point in time.” In this episode, we welcome Heather Davis, an assistant professor of Culture and Media at The New School in New York whose work draws on feminist and …
 
Most businesses pledge to do their part in offsetting carbon emissions to save the world from the already worsening climate change. While this is an admirable effort, the merchandising items they produce are often left out of this discussion. Each product is also composed of tons of carbon molecules that are not accounted for. Seth Cysewski, Co-Fou…
 
"Poetry has always been a powerful space for healing, dealing with trauma, cultivating resilience in times of crisis or even depression..." In this episode, we welcome Dr. Craig Santos Perez, an indigenous CHamoru from the Pacific Island of Guam. He is the co-editor of six anthologies and the author of five books of poetry and the monograph Navigat…
 
The internet of things (IoT) is the growing network of connected objects or devices around you. They can collect and exchange data in real time! If you're a little wary about that, don't worry because technology isn't going to conquer humanity anytime soon. But technology is stronger and faster than it has ever been. What does the internet of thing…
 
“Mythology is a language that places knowledge of relation into relation with people—[in a] way that appeals to our emotions and imaginations. It is a language that reaches deep into our instinctual system and our whole human constitution in order to make relational knowledge workable for us.” In this episode, we welcome Rune Hjarnø Rasmussen, a Ph…
 
Global warming is a problem that needs to be addressed both from the systemic change and the individual lifestyle transformation perspectives. The climate crisis cannot be expected to solve itself, and politicians can never be trusted to make the first step. This is why climate activists need to push stakeholders, including themselves, into action.…
 
Caroline Caldwell is a rancher, academic, traveller, Corgi-owner, and Quivira's very own Northern Plains Manager here at the New Agrarian Program. In this episode, we pick Caroline's brain about land transition and her work with American Farmland Trust, her perspective on how new agrarians can find success without inheriting land, and what qualitie…
 
“Story helps us weave ourselves into the land and feel a sense of wonder and awe when we step outside. This re-mythologizing, restorying to me is a really important way that we can find belonging to places from which we would otherwise perhaps feel quite alienated.” In this episode, we welcome Dr. Sharon Blackie, an award-winning writer, psychologi…
 
Fossil fuels like oil, gas, and coal are the reason for floods, fires, storms, and heat waves. The government knows that this needs to be dealt with, and yet oil and gas companies are making record profits right now. People need to stand together and make their message heard. They need to start taking action by joining climate change groups. You do…
 
"In many cases, corporations are using [the museum's cultural capital] to reaffirm their status in a local community... Artists are increasingly concerned about the context in which their work is displayed and also the values of the museum and the sponsor." In this episode, we revisit our past conversation with Mark Rectanus, a University Professor…
 
The episode you’re about to hear is with Norman Brooks, Norman Brooks is a veteran pioneer in community development here in Costa Rica. Norman found his way to the jungle in a different manner than most of our guests. He followed and supported his children's passions. He’s commonly known by many around these parts as the father of Stephen Brooks, a…
 
Green consumerism is no longer enough to save the planet. What we really need to be is green citizens. Justin Gillis is here to share what it takes to become a green citizen. Justin is an award-winning journalist with four decades of experience explaining complex issues and making that digestible in simple language for major daily newspapers such a…
 
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