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Green Dreamer: Seeding change towards collective healing, sustainability, regeneration

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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 … read more

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362) Catriona Sandilands: Botanical colonialism and biocultural histories

June 28th, 2022

43:08

"We sometimes forget that the knowledge systems we use to conceptualize the world are not necessarily exactly the same thing as the world that we're conceptualizing. We mistake the model of the model for the thing that …

361) Micha Rahder: Thinking through the ecology of knowledges

June 21st, 2022

46:47

“We are all pretty familiar with the concept of the ‘biosphere’, which is the ‘living layer’ of the earth. The ‘noosphere’ is the ‘thinking layer’ of the earth that grows in and from that biosphere. It includes human …

360) Sophie Chao: Pluralizing justice amidst the expansion of palm oil projects

June 14th, 2022

47:25

“Lies, deceit, and dupery are also very much part of the story. Often, these promises are made in the early stages of oil palm development, but they do not end up materializing in practice.”

In this episode, we welcome …

359) Gavin Van Horn: The practice of kinning as porous beings

June 7th, 2022

46:14

"Instead of being head over heels, be heels over head—privilege your sense of touch. I think that shifts the weight of an overactive mind back into …

358) Dimah Mahmoud: The power in culture and the revolution of consciousness

May 31st, 2022

51:58

"We are not a lacking people. We are more than capable to provide for ourselves. The issue is those who continue to pretend that they are here to help are here for other intentions.”

In this episode, we welcome …

357) Guillaume Pitron: The shifting conflicts and costs of ‘green’ energy

May 24th, 2022

42:12

 

“The sooner we are able to get rid of these two commodities, oil and coal, the better it will be... But 'green' technologies such as electric …

356) Rami Barhoush: Occupation, identity, and olive trees in Palestine

May 17th, 2022

56:12

“For Palestinians, agriculture seems to be the only option. This is why we see the vicious, atrocious, and systematic attacks against Palestinian …

355) A. Naomi Paik: Sanctuary for all, sanctuary everywhere

May 3rd, 2022

51:51

“If you’re actually targeting migrants as the source of the problem, if we’re thinking about climate migration as one of the amplified 'threats' from the Department of Defense’s point of view, then you’re never …

354) Johann Hari: Reclaiming our capacities for deep thinking and intimate engagement

April 26th, 2022

58:57

"“There’s a lot of evidence that the world, and our experience of life, has massively sped up... We’re all speed-reading life now, and we’re living at a pace that makes deep thought impossible.”

In this episode, we …

353) Jason Moore: The impossible endless accumulation of capital

April 19th, 2022

53:23

In this episode, we welcome Jason W. Moore, an environmental historian and historical geographer at Binghamton University, where he is professor of …

352) Jessica Hernandez: Healing with Indigenous science and holistic thinking

April 12th, 2022

43:42

In this episode, we welcome Jessica Hernandez, a transnational Indigenous scholar, scientist, and community advocate based in the Pacific Northwest. …

351) Chelsea Mikael Frazier: Learning environmentalism through the lens of Black feminism

April 5th, 2022

42:32
“One of the most powerful untapped resources is spirituality. Spirituality—particularly spirituality from Black and Indigenous communities all over …

350) Brad Evans: Reclaiming community and the power of silence

March 29th, 2022

57:39

“We’ve collapsed the idea of community with 'connectivity'. But being 'connected' doesn’t mean you have any sense of community. To have a community, …

349) Amalia Leguizamon: A mass consent for socio-ecological injustice

March 22nd, 2022

50:56
"Why is it important to focus on regular people, people in the in-between, people who bear some cost but also reap some profit? Because it gives us …

348) Kregg Hetherington: The paradox of destroying lands in the name of social welfare

March 15th, 2022

47:04
“This is what I call the agrobiopolitical paradox at the center of the modern agricultural state: Paraguay trying to push hard to get more soybeans …

347) Kai Bosworth: Mobilizing through pipeline populism

March 8th, 2022

49:41

"That neoliberal, technocratic environmentalism is also what we would call depoliticizing... it avoids the more transformative types of policies or …

346) Emma Dowling: Understanding the care crisis

March 1st, 2022

48:54

Emma Dowling IS a sociologist at the University of Vienna in Austria. She has previously held academic positions in Britain and Germany, and her most …

345) Bram Ebus: Power, poverty, and criminality in the gold industry

February 22nd, 2022

45:22

Bram Ebus has worked on resource conflicts, drug policies, and state-corporate crimes in Latin America since 2010. He holds a master's degree from …

344) Scott Timcke: Algorithmic capitalism and digital dehumanization

February 15th, 2022

54:12
Scott Timcke, Ph.D., is a comparative historical sociologist who studies race, class, and technology in modernity. He is a research associate with …

343) Dr. Beatriz Caiuby Labate: Sacred plant medicines and healing psychedelics

February 8th, 2022

47:34

Dr. Beatriz Caiuby Labate (Bia Labate) has her core interests in the study of psychoactive substances, drug policies, shamanism, ritual, and …

342) Harriet Washington: Confronting medical apartheid and the medical-industrial complex

February 1st, 2022

55:50

In this episode, we revisit our past conversation with Harriet Washington, an award-winning medical writer and editor and the author of the …

341) John Hausdoerffer: Re-embodying our roles as placelings

January 25th, 2022

52:47

What does it mean to understand our roles not as Earthlings but as “Placelings”? And as we deepen into the work of collective healing, what underlies …

340) Liam Campling + Alex Colás: A tragedy of the commodity at sea

January 18th, 2022

56:49

How might we re-envision “international collaboration” beyond the political framework of nation-state institutions? And what could it mean to work …

339) Vanessa Raditz: Queering resilience in the face of climate catastrophes

January 11th, 2022

48:13

What does it mean to queer resilience in the face of climate catastrophes? And how might the dominant modes of disaster relief reinforce the centralized systems predicated on extraction and exploitation?

In this …

338) Vanessa Andreotti: Allowing Earth to dream through us

January 4th, 2022

48:10

What might it mean for humanity to reach a level of maturation to be able to confront the multilayered crises we now face—calling upon us to “grow up …

337) Edgar Villanueva: Money as sacred medicine

December 14th, 2021

44:57

What would change if we viewed money as sacred, as a potential form of medicine? And how do the incentives embedded within the world of philanthropy …

336) Max Ajl: A deeper green new deal for the people

December 7th, 2021

53:24

If the popularized vision of the Green New Deal were to be realized, how might that play out? And how do we contextualize the historical process of …

335) Emma Bedor Hiland: The digitization of mental healthcare

November 30th, 2021

47:23

What have been the shortcomings of the various technologies promising to make mental health care more accessible? And what does it mean to maintain a …

334) Melanie Yazzie: Building Indigenous solidarity and power

November 23rd, 2021

53:10

What does it mean for those working within academia to become scholar-activists—going beyond working to rise within the ranks of educational …

333) David Boarder Giles: A mass conspiracy to feed each other

November 16th, 2021

54:53

How do we make sense of the contradiction of having both excess food and food insecurity at the same time? And how do counterculture movements like …

332) Konda Mason: Holding love capital sacred

November 9th, 2021

47:04

How has philanthropy traditionally worked to uphold the extractive economic system? And what does it mean to recognize the various forms of capital …

331) Monica Gagliano: Regenerating the human spirit

November 2nd, 2021

57:19

How does viewing the Earth as an embodiment of imagination invite us to conceptualize or feel our ecological crises in different ways? And what does …

330) Fariha Róisín: Finding healing beyond the wellness-industrial-complex

October 27th, 2021

48:57

How have the wellness and beauty industries thrived off of a dominant culture of non-acceptance? And what might be the healing potentials that lie in …

329) Kristina Lyons: Soil as cultural, relational, historical

October 19th, 2021

43:11

What does it mean to "see" soil beyond their chemistry and biology—understanding also their cultural, relational, and historical embodiment? How have …

328) Nick Estes: Decolonial histories and The Red Deal

October 12th, 2021

57:53

In this episode, we welcome Nick Estes, a member of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe and co-founder of The Red Nation. Nick is a historian, journalist, …

REFLECT | Charles Eisenstein: Expanding climate narratives

October 5th, 2021

1:11:07

In this episode, we revisit our past conversation with Charles Eisenstein, a public speaker and author of the books Climate — A New Story, The More …

327) Shilpa Jain: Cycles of hurt, cycles of healing

September 28th, 2021

49:19

How might we lean into appreciative inquiry in support of a cycle of healing? And what does it mean to view conflicts as potentials for collective …

326) Pete Davis: Committing in an age of infinite browsing

September 22nd, 2021

40:36

What signs are there that the dominant culture has trended towards one of “choice paralysis”, with many stuck in “infinite browsing mode”? And how …

325) Karen Washington: Food security, justice, sovereignty

September 14th, 2021

38:57

What are the differences between “food security”, “food justice”, and “food sovereignty”? And while food aid and soup kitchens play a critical role …

324) Alnoor Ladha: Sacred activism and contextualized spirituality

September 7th, 2021

51:31

How does viewing people as “contextual beings” help us to realize the systemic changes that need to be made? What does it mean to have spiritual and …

323) Raj Patel & Dr. Rupa Marya: Deep medicine for collective healing

August 31st, 2021

49:02

What does it mean to see the inflammation of our bodies and Earth as interconnected and as signals of what is wrong outside? How did the major philanthropies shape the field of modern medicine to privilege or devalue …

322) Dr. Alexis Shotwell: Purity politics in compromised times

August 24th, 2021

49:12

What is it that drives our individualistic pursuits for ethical purity? How do we embrace complicity as the starting point and begin to take responsibility for our messy histories?

In this episode, we're joined by Dr. …

321) Dr. Tyson Yunkaporta: A different kind of growth

August 17th, 2021

1:04:39

If material, economic growth is merely an illusion within a closed-loop system, what does it mean to re-orient towards the growth of intimacy, depth, complexity, and diversity? What does "Indigenous thinking" mean, if …

320) Dr. Leny Strobel: Finding belonging and remembering how to dwell in place

August 10th, 2021

50:22

How might we think and act differently if we recognized ourselves in our “Long Body”—seeing our continually transforming identities beyond our physical bodies into the past and the future? In the midst of an increasing …

319) Errol Schweizer: Navigating the exploitive food system towards worker justice

August 3rd, 2021

56:30

How might "eco-" or "ethical" certifications fall short of our hopes or expectations for what they mean and guarantee? What is it that leads many socially-driven food startups to become co-opted?

In this episode, we …

318) Dr. Riane Eisler: Shifting from societies of domination to partnerism

July 27th, 2021

53:38

Why are the major social binaries inadequate in explaining the basis of our varied injustices? What is needed to translate our relational shifts from domination to partnerism into structural shifts in our societal …

317) Dr. Bayo Akomolafe: Slowing down and surrendering human supremacy

July 20th, 2021

43:29

What does it mean that we have a crisis in form—that our problems go deeper than the visible systems we often attribute them to? What might we gain …

316) Gabriel Kram: Healing with the art and science of connection

July 13th, 2021

49:49

How does the dominant western society privilege certain ways of knowing over others—that may be critical to guiding our path to collective healing? …

315) Karen Piper: Rethinking colonial water architecture in the face of ‘scarcity’

July 6th, 2021

37:51

How has modern water architecture changed our relationship with water? What are some success stories of resilience from communities pushing back …

REFLECT | Stephen Pyne: a brief history of wildfires

June 29th, 2021

42:09

What is the Pyrocene, and why do we need to tell a new narrative around fire? How did colonial forms of conservation disrupt Indigenous cultural …

314) Dr. Mark Rifkin: Queering time and moving beyond settler time

June 22nd, 2021

40:58

What is “settler time” and what does it mean to queer temporality? How might an expansion of who we include as family and kin help us to reimagine alternative ways of governance—beyond it taking the form of something …

313) Daniel Lim: Building liberatory cultures and regenerative wealth

June 15th, 2021

44:43

What are some of the distinctive qualities of supremacist cultures—as opposed to liberatory ones? And if liberatory cultures do not have an inherent …

312) Brian Yazzie: Supporting tribal communities through Indigenous foods

June 8th, 2021

39:16

How can non-Native peoples engage with Indigenous cuisines in ways that are rooted in reciprocity and respect? How can people connect with and help to revitalize Native ingredients and foodways?

Brian Yazzie, also known …

311) Candace Fujikane: Mapping for abundance against cartographies of capital

June 1st, 2021

53:16

How is mapping for abundance an act of defiance against cartographies of capital and commodification? How might shifting away from a worldview of …

310) Jamie Lorimer: Rewilding bodies and ecologies for a probiotic planet

May 25th, 2021

42:38

What does it mean to shift our ways of addressing ecological imbalances and diseases from antibiotic to probiotic? How are large-scale rewilding …

309) Manpreet Kalra: Deconstructing saviorism from heropreneurship and voluntourism

May 18th, 2021

56:47

What harms do saviorist narratives perpetuate through voluntourism and heropreneurship—when they hold the intentions of doing good? How does the …

308) Dr. Suzanne Simard: Honoring the wisdom of mother trees and old-growth forests

May 11th, 2021

44:45

What does it mean for the world of conservation to see forest ecosystems as complex, sentient, and intelligent? How have the reductive tools of …

307) Nishanth Chopra: Reviving seed-to-sew fashion systems based in community

May 4th, 2021

31:54

What are regenerative, seed-to-sow fashion systems? And what should we know about India's ongoing, historic farmer protests—and how it …

306) Jon Jandai: Unraveling dominant ideas of success to realign with true abundance

April 27th, 2021

39:09

What can the pandemic teach us about the true meaning of ‘security’? Why must we challenge the dominant culture's ideas of wealth and success—in …

305) Max Wilbert & Lierre Keith: How the green movement lost its way and remembering our roles as caretakers of Earth

April 20th, 2021

1:02:11

What if neither the Green New Deal nor the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals will help us address ecological breakdown? Why do frontline …

304) Luea Ritter: Recreating regenerative patterns as ancestors of the future

April 13th, 2021

50:36

What does it mean to practice ‘systems sensing’ and lean into our different ways of knowing? How do we slow down in the urgency of the climate crisis to recreate new patterns of being for the future?

In this episode, we …

303) Steve DeRoy: Deepening geospatial knowledge through Indigenous mapping

April 6th, 2021

35:31

What is the relationship between cartography and power? How are high-tech map-making tools being utilized to support Indigenous sovereignty and …

302) John P. Clark: Dreaming of liberation and a world beyond domination

March 30th, 2021

49:34

How might we reimagine education and the primary purposes it serves? What is the significance of having a regenerative revolution?

In this episode, …

301) Dr. Stephanie Rutherford: Illuminating how power shapes our relationship with Earth

March 26th, 2021

37:57

What is green governmentality? How might the commodification of nature experiences limit our ways of relating to Earth?

In this episode, we're joined by Stephanie Rutherford Ph.D., an associate professor at the Trent …

300) Kailea Frederick & Kate Weiner: Inspiring cultural shifts through heart-centered storytelling

February 23rd, 2021

41:22

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299) Daisee Francour: Indigenizing philanthropy to restore reciprocity and relational gifting

February 19th, 2021

43:42

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298) Max Blumenthal: Rethinking 'credibility' and dominant environmental narratives

February 16th, 2021

52:27

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The …

297) Michael Lees: Affirming the power of community-building in times of crisis

February 12th, 2021

33:23

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296) Ann Armbrecht: Healing with herbalism and its deeper relational values

February 9th, 2021

35:11

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295) Matt Homewood: Shining light on food "waste" through dumpster diving

February 5th, 2021

41:42

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294) Brandon Running Bear Harrell: Reclaiming ancestral knowledge and decolonizing the western hunt

February 2nd, 2021

47:28

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293) Pua Case: Balancing self-care and frontline activism in defense of sacred lands

January 29th, 2021

38:45

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292) Mark David Spence: Deconstructing the colonial roots of National Parks

January 26th, 2021

37:05

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291) Brady Walkinshaw: Empowering activists with solutions-driven environmental journalism

January 22nd, 2021

37:22

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290) Thomas Frank: Revisiting the real U.S. history of populism and people's movements

January 19th, 2021

47:44

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289) Farmer Rishi [part 2]: Relearning the language of Earth embodiment

January 15th, 2021

27:37

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288) Farmer Rishi [part 1]: Relearning the language of Earth embodiment

January 12th, 2021

33:07

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287) Mark Rectanus: Examining the corporate influence on art museums and culture

January 7th, 2021

41:25

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286) Dr. Elin Kelsey: Remembering the critical role of hope in activism

December 31st, 2020

37:53

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285) Loren Cardeli: Dismantling injustices in the food system and building farmer autonomy

December 28th, 2020

54:57

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284) Sandra Goldmark: Redefining materialism and reviving the repair economy

December 24th, 2020

37:26

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283) Sanjay Rawal: Honoring the Native lands and farmworkers who feed us

December 21st, 2020

38:01

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282) Maya van Rossum: Transforming politics with environmental constitutionalism

December 17th, 2020

45:13

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281) Stephen Pyne: The Pyrocene and humanity's historic relationship with fire

December 14th, 2020

43:16

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REFLECT | Robert Frank: Reversing our inflating standards of material enoughness

December 10th, 2020

46:10

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REFLECT | Tristram Stuart: Uncovering and addressing the global food waste scandal

December 3rd, 2020

38:02

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REFLECT | Sean Sherman: Revitalizing Native American foods and re-identifying North American cuisine

November 26th, 2020

41:34

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REFLECT | Dr. Tim Kasser: The psychology of materialism and why we're wired to want more stuff

November 19th, 2020

36:28

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280) Dr. Luisa Maffi [PART 2]: Uniting in support of a global biocultural extinction rebellion

November 12th, 2020

29:55

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Dr. Luisa Maffi is a pioneer of …

279) Dr. Luisa Maffi [PART 1]: Weaving together biological diversity and cultural and language diversity

November 9th, 2020

29:29

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Dr. Luisa Maffi is a pioneer of …

278) Dr. Chelsea Mikael Frazier: Learning environmentalism through the lens of Black feminism

November 5th, 2020

46:34

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Dr. Chelsea Mikael Frazier is a …

277) Briony Penn: Inspiring deeper connections to place through community mapping

November 2nd, 2020

46:46

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Briony Penn is a naturalist, …

276) Jesse McDougall: Welcoming wildlife and biological abundance to regenerative agroecosystems

October 29th, 2020

42:37

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Jesse McDougall is a regenerative …

275) Sophie Ackoff: Decentralizing power in agriculture to support the next generation of farmers

October 26th, 2020

42:15

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Sophie Ackoff is the co-executive …

274) Acadia Tucker: Seeding resilience through growing perennial and victory gardens

October 22nd, 2020

28:27

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Acadia Tucker is a regenerative …

273) Dr. Kimberly McGlonn: Questioning the criminalization of poverty and struggle that perpetuates systemic injustice

October 19th, 2020

36:41

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Dr. Kimberly McGlonn is the …

272) Dr. Lauren Baker: Preserving seed diversity to strengthen human health and ecological resilience

October 15th, 2020

30:27

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Dr. Lauren Baker is the Director …

271) Owen Wormser: Regenerating life and landscapes by turning lawns into meadows

October 12th, 2020

41:23

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Owen Wormser, the author of Lawns …

270) Guillaume Pitron: Unmasking 'green' energy's social injustice and environmental costs

October 8th, 2020

44:02

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Guillaume Pitron is an …

269) Teresa Coady: Redesigning built environments for life rather than machines

October 5th, 2020

48:00

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268) Maurie Cohen: Looking past individualism to seeing consumerism through a systemic lens

October 1st, 2020

38:48

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Maurie Cohen is a Professor of …

267) Sasha Duerr: Natural colors and the convergence of slow food and slow fashion

September 28th, 2020

41:52

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Sasha Duerr is an artist and …

266) Jeff Tkach: Connecting functional medicine and regenerative agriculture for our collective health

September 24th, 2020

38:45

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Jeff Tkach is the Chief Impact …

265) Mikaela Loach: Distinguishing ecofascism and dismantling white supremacy in environmentalism

September 21st, 2020

38:25

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Mikaela Loach is a climate justice …

264) Charles Eisenstein [PART 2]: Reintegrating our humanity into the tribe of all life on Earth

September 17th, 2020

42:31

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Charles Eisenstein is a public …

263) Charles Eisenstein [PART 1]: Beyond the war mentality against climate change, criminal justice, coronavirus

September 14th, 2020

35:00

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Charles Eisenstein is a public …

262) Dr. Jared Ball: Critically examining impact over optics in support of Black liberation

September 10th, 2020

46:53

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Dr. Jared Ball is a Professor of …

261) Dr. Vandana Shiva: Seeding freedom in this time of Oneness vs. the 1%

September 7th, 2020

47:05

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PREVIEW | Green Dreamer's 2020 Fall Season launches 9/7!

September 3rd, 2020

2:10

Green Dreamer's upcoming season, launching 9/7, explores a wide variety of topics—such as biocultural diversity, turning lawns into meadows, colonial …

REFLECT | Leah Penniman: Empowering farmers of color and dismantling racism in the food system

August 17th, 2020

32:29

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In this replay episode during our …

260) Rutger Bregman: Transforming our future by relearning a hopeful history of humankind

August 13th, 2020

53:42

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Rutger Bregman is a historian and …

259) Shubhendu Sharma: Using cultural and historical knowledge to support regenerative reforestation

August 10th, 2020

42:50

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Shubhendu Sharma is an industrial …

258) Judith D. Schwartz: Healing the water cycle to restore climate and ecological balance

August 6th, 2020

47:57

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Judith D. Schwartz is a journalist …

257) Margaret Klein Salamon: The psychology of influencing change and facing the climate emergency

August 3rd, 2020

42:10

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Margaret Klein Salamon is a …

256) Kevin Wilhelm: Finding common ground in the age of a global pandemic and climate change

July 30th, 2020

45:23

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Kevin Wilhelm is the CEO of …

255) Natalie Bogwalker: Building resilience with permaculture and primitive skills

July 27th, 2020

41:55

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Natalie Bogwalker is the …

254) Rob Hopkins: Practicing eco-visualizations to go "from what is to what if"

July 23rd, 2020

39:24

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Rob Hopkins is a cofounder of …

253) Aditi Mayer: Decolonizing fashion and going beyond the tokenism of diversity

July 20th, 2020

44:19

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Aditi Mayer is a photographer, …

252) Harriet A. Washington [PART 2]: Understanding the 'deadly monopolies' of the medical-industrial-complex

July 16th, 2020

26:39

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Harriet A. Washington is an …

251) Harriet A. Washington [PART 1]: How environmental racism persists with de facto segretation

July 13th, 2020

34:31

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Harriet A. Washington is an …

250) Jerry Yudelson: Sustaining activism through cultivating a practice of eco-spirituality

July 9th, 2020

36:57

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Jerry Yudelson is an engineer and …

249) James McSweeney: Closing the loop of 'food waste' with community-scale composting

July 6th, 2020

43:05

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James McSweeney is an educator, …

248) Maxine Bédat: Setting new standards for 'sustainability' in the fashion industry

July 2nd, 2020

39:48

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Maxine Bédat is the founder and …

247) Tilke Elkins: Cultivating place-based relationships through wild botanical and mineral pigments

June 29th, 2020

44:09

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246) William Defebaugh: Exploring the intricate balance between the flourishing and decay of life

June 25th, 2020

39:04

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William Defebaugh is the editor …

245) Gina Rae La Cerva: How our collective shift from eating wild to domesticated foods transformed our landscapes

June 22nd, 2020

55:51

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Gina Rae La Cerva is a …

244) John Perkins: How economic hitmen perpetuate modern-day imperialism globally

June 18th, 2020

43:14

John Perkins is an activist and the author of the New York Times bestseller Confessions Of An Economic Hit Man. His new book is Touching the Jaguar (we're giving away a gift copy on Patreon!).

In this episode, John …

243) Cristina Mittermeier: Inspiring care for our oceans and shared humanity with conservation photography

June 15th, 2020

40:38

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Cristina Mittermeier is a …

242) Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin [PART 2]: Decolonizing the food system through integrative, regenerative agriculture

June 11th, 2020

24:18

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Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin is …

241) Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin [PART 1]: Reindigenizing our myopic views of poverty to achieve true wealth

June 8th, 2020

35:38

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Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin is …

REFLECT | Mark Charles: Building a nation where 'We The People' truly means All The People

June 1st, 2020

44:18

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To help us process our current …

240) Lonny Grafman: Building community resilience through decentralized resources and systems

May 28th, 2020

40:45

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Lonny Grafman is a professor of …

239) Barbara Freese: Examining corporate denial from the slave trade to climate change

May 25th, 2020

41:54

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Barbara Freese is an …

238) Brigit Strawbridge Howard: Falling in love with our diversity of native bees and pollinators

May 21st, 2020

37:38

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Brigit Strawbridge Howard is a …

237) Debbie Levin: Harnessing the power of storytelling to shift popular culture

May 18th, 2020

40:45

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Debbie Levin is the CEO of the …

236) Jeremy Courtney: Unveiling the ties between ecological degradation and global conflict

May 14th, 2020

38:00

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Jeremy Courtney the author of …

235) Dr. Jeralee Anderson: Realizing the future of green roads and transport infrastructure

May 11th, 2020

42:53

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Dr. Jeralee Anderson is the …

234) Mick Pearce: Using biomimicry for more bioregionally appropriate architectural design

May 7th, 2020

43:09

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Mick Pearce is a renowned …

233) Laura Wittig: Learning from the corporate world to elevate conscious businesses

May 4th, 2020

40:32

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Laura Wittig is the Co-Founder …

232) Farmer Rishi: How regenerative language can light the way towards planetary healing

April 30th, 2020

35:34

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Farmer Rishi, a former software …

231) Robert H. Frank: Using peer pressure to reverse our inflating norms of material adequacy

April 27th, 2020

46:59

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Robert H. Frank is a Professor of …

230) Melyssa Watson: Uniting people to protect America’s wild places

April 23rd, 2020

35:26

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Melyssa Watson is the Executive …

229) David Quammen: Zoonosis and human pandemics exacerbated by ecological disruption

April 20th, 2020

42:56

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David Quammen is a journalist and …

228) Ruskin Hartley: Addressing light pollution to protect our dark night skies

April 16th, 2020

34:43

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Ruskin Hartley has spent over 20 …

227) Rebecca Henderson: ‘Reimagining capitalism in a world on fire’

April 13th, 2020

42:14

Rebecca Henderson is an economist, researcher, Harvard professor, and author of the new book, Reimagining Capitalism in a World on Fire.

In this …

226) Dr. Zach Bush [PART 2]: Restoring our ecological and human regenerative capacities to heal

April 9th, 2020

29:35

Dr. Zach Bush is a renowned, multi-disciplinary physician of internal medicine, endocrinology, and hospice care, and an internationally recognized …

225) Dr. Zach Bush [PART 1]: How agricultural soil health has impacted our public health

April 6th, 2020

30:36

Dr. Zach Bush is a renowned, multi-disciplinary physician of internal medicine, endocrinology, and hospice care, and an internationally recognized …

224) Ryland Engelhart: Embodying gratitude and love through business and soil regeneration

March 30th, 2020

48:01

Ryland Engelhart is the co-owner of Cafe Gratitude and Gracias Madre and the co-founder of Kiss The Ground, which is a nonprofit that educates and advocates about the connection between soil, human, and planetary …

223) Galina Angarova: Why preserving cultural and language diversity is vital to protecting biodiversity

March 23rd, 2020

40:49

Galina Angarova is a longtime advocate for Indigenous people's groups and the Executive Director of Cultural Survival, which is a nonprofit …

222) Austin Whitman: Decarbonizing the economy with the Climate Neutral Certification

March 19th, 2020

39:01

Austin Whitman is the CEO of Climate Neutral, a new platform helping brands measure, reduce, and offset their entire carbon footprint in a comprehensive manner. He oversees all aspects of the organization in its mission …

221) Jason Bradford: Uncovering the unsustainable systems that underlie cities and the case for reruralization

March 16th, 2020

38:15

Jason Bradford is a biologist, farmer, and the Board President of the Post Carbon Institute, an organization that provides individuals and …

220) Ane Alencar: Battling the Amazon's ongoing deforestation and forest fires

March 12th, 2020

37:02

Ane Alencar is the Director of Science for the Amazon Environmental Research Institute, a scientific, non-governmental, nonpartisan, and nonprofit organization that has worked for the sustainable development of the …

219) Rob Greenfield: Seeing past our socially constructed normalcy to find health and happiness

March 9th, 2020

45:34

Rob Greenfield (previously featured in episode 98) is an activist and humanitarian dedicated to sustainability, equality, and justice. He just spent an entire year growing and foraging all of his own food, so we invited …

218) Ezra Silk: Moving into emergency mode to address our ecological breakdown

March 5th, 2020

39:14

Ezra Silk is the co-founder of The Climate Mobilization and the author of the organization's 108-page Victory Plan, which is an influential exploration of how the federal government can organize and implement a …

217) Ronnie Cummins: Building a grassroots movement for the regeneration revolution

March 2nd, 2020

44:15

Ronnie Cummins is the co-founder of the Organic Consumers Association and its affiliate in Mexico, Via Organica, as well as a member of the Steering Committee at Regeneration International.

His latest book is Grassroots …

216) Ashleigh Brown: Reversing desertification and regenerating life on degraded lands

February 27th, 2020

48:03

Ashleigh Brown is the co-founder of Ecosystem Restoration Camps, which is a grassroots nonprofit organization that builds research, training and …

215) Christopher D. Cook: How our subsidies and trade deals enabled the broken globalized food system

February 24th, 2020

45:37

Christopher D. Cook is an award-winning investigative journalist and author of the acclaimed book, Diet for a Dead Planet: Big Business and the Coming Food Crisis.

His writing has appeared in Harper's, The Atlantic, the …

214) Dr. Daphne Miller: Taking a more holistic view on personal and planetary health

February 20th, 2020

36:09

Dr. Daphne Miller is a family physician, science writer, research scientist, author, and Clinical Professor at the University of California San Francisco. She is also the author of Jungle Effect and the founder of the

213) Dr. Christopher Ryan: Debunking the myths of civilization and learning from prehistoric humans

February 17th, 2020

43:29

Dr. Christopher Ryan is a psychologist, the podcast host of Tangentially Speaking, and the co-author of the New York Times Bestseller Sex at Dawn: …

212) Shaun Chamberlin: How endless economic growth is incompatible with supporting life on earth

February 13th, 2020

39:02

Shaun Chamberlin is the founder of Dark Optimism, a not-for-profit, research and activist organization that is positive about the kind of world humanity can create while being realistic about how far we have to go to …

211) Pierre Paslier: Reimagining the ways we package and consume beverages

February 10th, 2020

37:59

Pierre Paslier is an innovation design engineer and the co-founder and co-CEO of NOTPLA an innovative, eco-conscious packaging startup. His company's main and most well-known invention is Ooho, an edible water packet …

210) Rebecca Burgess [Part 2]: Building relational, regenerative systems with localized Fibersheds

February 6th, 2020

28:58

Rebecca Burgess is the Executive Director of Fibershed, Chair of the Board for Carbon Cycle Institute, and the author of Harvesting Color and …

209) Rebecca Burgess [Part 1]: Revealing the false promises of synthetic biology

February 3rd, 2020

32:16

Rebecca Burgess, previously featured in episode 61, is the Executive Director of Fibershed, Chair of the Board for Carbon Cycle Institute, and the …

208) Dory Trimble: Supporting energy sovereignty by providing access to solar power

January 30th, 2020

39:26

Dory Trimble is the Executive Director of Honnold Foundation, a nonprofit organization started by Alex Honnold, the professional rock climber and …

207) Josué Rivas: Building empathy through deep and intentional photojournalism

January 27th, 2020

36:54

Josué Rivas is the founder of Natives Photograph and a visual storyteller and educator working at the intersection of art, journalism, and social …

206) Amy Lewis: Using political science to inform how we can best effectuate change

January 23rd, 2020

40:15

Amy Lewis is an award-winning non-profit leader, environmental policy scholar, and Vice President of Policy & Communications for WILD Foundation, …

205) Steven Marquardt: Turning fear into community-based activism with Sunrise Movement

January 20th, 2020

33:44

Steven Marquardt is a community organizer and Hub Coordinator Fellow with Sunrise Movement Chico, a chapter of the notable youth-led climate activist organization Sunrise Movement.

In this podcast episode, Steven sheds …

204) Kristie Reddick & Jessica Honaker: What bugs can teach us about Social-Emotional Learning

January 16th, 2020

46:05

Entomologists Kristie Reddick and Jessica Honaker are the co-founders of The Bug Chicks. They teach about arthropods (and Social-Emotional Learning) …

203) Pete Gombert: How affordable housing impacts public health and environmental justice

January 13th, 2020

41:00

Pete Gombert is the founder of the GoodWell Certified label and a co-founder of indieDwell, a Public Benefit Corporation focused on building durable, healthy, affordable, and energy-efficient homes to help address our …

202) Mark Vossler: Acknowledging climate change as a public health threat that will affect everyone

January 9th, 2020

41:31

Dr. Mark Vossler is a full-time cardiologist in Seattle, Washington and serves as the President of the Washington Chapter of Physicians for Social …

201) Elizabeth Whitlow: How the Regenerative Organic Certification is raising the bar for agricultural practices

January 6th, 2020

48:10

Elizabeth Whitlow is the Executive Director of the Regenerative Organic Alliance, which is a nonprofit that is leading the Regenerative Organic …

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December 26th, 2019

1:52

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200) Dr. Mustafa Santiago Ali: Realizing the power we each have to enact positive change

December 19th, 2019

44:07

Dr. Mustafa Santiago Ali is an internationally renowned thought-leader, strategist, policymaker, and activist committed to the fight for …

199) Michael Brune: Enjoying and exploring wild spaces to sustain environmental activism

December 16th, 2019

38:12

Michael Brune is the Executive Director of Sierra Club, one of the most enduring and influential grassroots environmental organizations in the United States. He is also the author of 'Coming Clean: Breaking America's …

198) Angelou Ezeilo: Connecting underrepresented youth to the outdoors and careers in conservation

December 12th, 2019

37:25

Angelou Ezeilo is the Founder and CEO of Greening Youth Foundation, an organization that connects underrepresented youth and young adults to the …

197) Kathleen Draper: Using biochar to restore our biological and manmade carbon cycle

December 9th, 2019

32:18

Kathleen Draper is the author of the blog 'Finger Lakes Biochar' and the book 'BURN: Using Fire to Cool the Earth.' She's also a researcher and …

196) Stephen Tan: Remaining critical of the health and safety guidelines provided by governmental agencies

December 5th, 2019

45:26

Stephen Tan is a partner at the environmental law firm, Cascadia Law Group, where their practice centers around environmental litigation

In this …

195) Rob Horton: Creating community gardens in food deserts to improve access to good health

December 2nd, 2019

39:27

Rob Horton is the founder and Executive Director of Trap Garden, a nonprofit and social enterprise that provides healthy, high-quality foods for food-insecure communities through community gardens.

In this podcast …

194) Naziha Mestaoui: Co-creating ecological art with the Amazon's Huni Kuin Tribe

November 28th, 2019

39:14

Naziha Mestaoui is an ecological artist and architect whose unique approach merges space, imagery, and technological innovations to create …

193) Peter Bosshard: Stopping our insurance companies from investing in and insuring coal

November 25th, 2019

39:55

Peter Bosshard is the campaign coordinator of the Unfriend Coal campaign and the Finance Program Director of Sunrise Project, an organization with a mission to scale social movements that will drive the transition from …

192) Fred Provenza [PART 2]: Balancing the acceptance of Earth's ongoing transformations with our power to enact change

November 21st, 2019

30:01

Fred Provenza is the author of over 250 publications and several books, his latest one being 'Nourishment: What Animals Can Teach Us About Rediscovering Our Nutritional Wisdom.'

He's also a professor emeritus of …

191) Fred Provenza [PART 1]: What behavioral ecology teaches us about the wisdom of the palate

November 18th, 2019

29:06

Fred Provenza is the author of over 250 publications and several books, his latest one being 'Nourishment: What Animals Can Teach Us About Rediscovering Our Nutritional Wisdom.' He's also a professor emeritus of …

190) Dr. Chris Newman: The role of doctors in leading action on climate change

November 14th, 2019

36:17

Dr. Chris Newman is a family physician from London, UK and the founder of the Doctors for Extinction Rebellion Movement. He founded Doctors for XR in April 2019 in frustration at the media coverage of the Extinction …

189) Dr. M. Jackson: The multifaceted stories of our glaciers and the people who live alongside of them

November 11th, 2019

35:19

Dr. M. Jackson is a geographer, glaciologist, and National Geographic Society Explorer. She was also a 2018 TED Fellow and is the author of the …

188) Murray Fisher: Restoring the New York Harbor to the thriving marine ecosystem it once was

November 7th, 2019

49:46

Murray Fisher is the founder of the New York Harbor School and the co-founder of the Billion Oyster Project, a nonprofit working to restore oyster …

187) Mark Hoddle: Navigating the complex fight against anthropogenic invasive species

November 4th, 2019

46:19

Mark Hoddle is an entomologist at the University of California Riverside, where he researches biological control and management of invasive species, …

186) Stuart Landesberg: Opening up environmental consciousness to new audiences

October 31st, 2019

37:57

Stuart Landesberg is the co-founder and CEO of Grove Collaborative, a certified B-Corp and the leading e-commerce platform for natural home and …

185) Miki Agrawal: Disrupting our wasteful culture around menstrual products and toilet paper

October 28th, 2019

42:17

Miki Agrawal is an award-winning, serial social entrepreneur who founded three notable and disruptive brands that you may have already heard of: …

184) Rob Avis: Building community-based self-sufficiency and resilience through permaculture design

October 24th, 2019

50:08

Rob Avis, along with his wife Michelle, are the owners and lead instructors at Verge Permaculture, an internationally recognized and award-winning …

183) Emily Penn: The root causes and effects of ocean plastic pollution

October 21st, 2019

36:55

Emily Penn is an ocean advocate and skipper who's spent the last decade exploring plastic pollution from the tropics to the Arctic. She's on a …

182) Winston Chiu: Redirecting otherwise wasted meals towards those struggling with food security

October 17th, 2019

35:26

Winston Chiu is the Culinary Director of Rethink Food NYC, a nonprofit organization working to recover nutritious excess food to provide low or …

181) Leah Garcés: Turning adversaries into allies to change animal agriculture

October 14th, 2019

44:05

Leah Garcés is the President of Mercy For Animals and a leader in the animal protection movement. She is also the author of Grilled: Turning Adversaries into Allies to Change the Chicken Industry. In her book, Leah …

180) Mark Charles [PART 2]: Emboldening Native Peoples to step into their role as hosts of the land

October 10th, 2019

22:05

An Independent Candidate for President of the United States in 2020, Mark Charles is a dual citizen of the U.S. and the Navajo Nation. His 2020 …

179) Mark Charles [PART 1]: Unveiling the deeper roots of our systemic ecological and social injustice

October 7th, 2019

32:39

An Independent Candidate for President of the United States in 2020, Mark Charles is a dual citizen of the U.S. and the Navajo Nation. His 2020 …

178) Matthew Goldberg: The psychology of what shapes public opinion on climate science

October 3rd, 2019

36:47

Matthew Goldberg is a Postdoctoral Associate in the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication. His research focuses on the role of values, …

177) Laurie Davies Adams: How pollinator conservation can unite all for a greener, healthier earth

September 30th, 2019

40:43

Laurie Davies Adams is the President and CEO of Pollinator Partnership, where she leads the world’s largest nonprofit devoted solely to the health of …

176) Nick Buxton [PART 2]: Militarism and its impact on societal and ecological welfare

September 26th, 2019

24:21

Nick Buxton is the co-editor of The Secure and the Dispossessed: How the Military and Corporations are Seeking to Shape a Climate-Changed World and a …

175) Nick Buxton [PART 1]: Why framing climate change as security issues works against climate justice

September 23rd, 2019

29:28

Nick Buxton is the co-editor of 'The Secure and the Dispossessed: How the Military and Corporations are Seeking to Shape a Climate-Changed World' and …

174) Danielle Doggett: Revolutionizing the shipping industry with zero-emission sail cargo ships

September 19th, 2019

38:46

Danielle Doggett is the Managing Director of Sailcargo, Inc., an emerging company that’s making freight transportation more sustainable with a carbon-neutral system.

Right now, the company is in the process of building …

173) Sean Sherman: Revitalizing Native American foods and re-identifying North American cuisine

September 16th, 2019

39:01

Sean Sherman is a member of the Oglala Lakota tribe, the award-winning author of The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen, and the founder and CEO Chef of The Sioux Chef, a team of chefs, ethnobotanists, food …

172) Whitney Bauck: Breaking free from the consumerist culture to truly fill our inner voids

September 12th, 2019

26:39

Sharing her wisdom for the second time on Green Dreamer (listen to her first interview on EP129), Whitney Bauck is the Associate Editor at Fashionista with bylines in New York Times, Washington Post, and other notable …

171) Ben Goldfarb: The vital role of beavers in enriching and strengthening our ecosystems

September 9th, 2019

40:57

Ben Goldfarb is an independent environmental journalist and the author of Eager: The Surprising, Secret Life of Beavers and Why They Matter, a winner …

170) Natalie Kofler: The ethics and application of gene-editing for ecological conservation

September 5th, 2019

39:29

Natalie Kofler is a trained molecular biologist and the founding director of Editing Nature at Yale University, a global initiative to steer …

169) Kenton Whitman: Rewilding to gain fresh perspectives on modern civilization

September 2nd, 2019

41:50

Kenton Whitman is the founder of ReWild University, a nature-immersion school and online presence devoted to helping people reconnect with nature, …

168) Keith Bowers [PART 2]: The connectivity and complexity in urban ecology beyond simply 'greening' our landscapes

August 29th, 2019

22:20

This is PART 2 of our conversation with Keith Bowers, the Founder and President of Biohabitats who has been at the forefront of applied ecology, land …

167) Keith Bowers [PART 1]: Being proactive in restoration and planning for a more biodiverse planet today

August 26th, 2019

32:19

Keith Bowers has been at the forefront of applied ecology, land conservation and sustainable design for over three decades. He is the Founder and …

166) Mark Shepard: Restoration agriculture and letting go of micromanagement to allow nature to thrive

August 22nd, 2019

47:42

Mark Shepard is the CEO of Forest Agriculture Enterprises, founder of Restoration Agriculture Development, and award-winning author of the book, …

165) Helena Norberg-Hodge: How localizing our economies can support better public and ecological health

August 20th, 2019

42:51

Helena Norberg-Hodge is a pioneer of the new economy movement and a leading proponent of “localization”, or decentralization. She is the author of the book, Ancient Futures, as well as her latest book, Local is Our …

164) John Farrell: Why we need to decentralize our power grids for energy democracy

August 15th, 2019

37:20

Known as the guru of distributed energy, John Farrell is the co-director of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance and directs its work on energy democracy. John is best known for his vivid illustrations of the economic …

163) Matt Daigle: Getting started with affordable and sustainable home improvement projects

August 13th, 2019

34:29

Matt Daigle is the CEO and Founder of Rise, the leading online authority in sustainable home improvement. He started Rise as a way to solve his own …

162) Mitch Anderson [PART 2]: Recent wins in safeguarding ancestral lands in the Amazon Rainforest

August 8th, 2019

20:52

This is PART 2 of our conversation with Mitch Anderson, the Founder and Executive Director of Amazon Frontlines, which is an international group of human rights lawyers, environmental activists, forestry specialists, …

161) Mitch Anderson [PART 1]: Dismantling privileged views to support the struggles of the Amazon's indigenous peoples

August 6th, 2019

30:30

Mitch Anderson is the Founder and Executive Director of Amazon Frontlines, an international group of human rights lawyers, environmental activists, forestry specialists, environmental health scientists, filmmakers, …

160) Intentional Communities and their ability to root our society in things that matter most with Sky Blue

August 1st, 2019

39:59

Sky Blue has spent the last 20 years living in, working for, and networking intentional communities, cooperatives, and community organizations. He currently serves as Executive Director for the Foundation for …

159) How urban farming may be key to reclaiming our food sovereignty with Greg Peterson

July 30th, 2019

35:22

Greg Peterson is a green living and sustainability innovator and the Creator of the Urban Farm, a real-world environmental showcase home in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona. Open periodically throughout the year to offer …

158) Reclaiming our humanity by addressing overcivilization and artificial intelligence with Jennifer Grayson

July 25th, 2019

39:14

Jennifer Grayson is a Los Angeles-based environmental journalist and the award-winning author of Unlatched: The Evolution of Breastfeeding and the …

157) The vital role of our wetlands in balancing our planetary health and climate with Max Finlayson

July 23rd, 2019

34:47

As the President of the Society of Wetland Scientists and an advisor to the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, wetland ecologist Max Finlayson has …

156) Examining population growth as an upstream cause of ecological degradation with Terry Spahr

July 18th, 2019

32:31

Terry Spahr is a documentary filmmaker (8 Billion Angels), environmental activist, and the Executive Director of Earth Overshoot, a nonprofit working …

155) How probiotics can build resilience against disease and ecological challenges with Raja Dhir

July 16th, 2019

40:01

Raja Dhir is a life sciences entrepreneur and Co-Founder of Seed, a venture-backed microbiome company pioneering the application of bacteria for both human and planetary health.

After our groundbreaking interview with …

154) Using ecological art to spark environmental conservation with Aviva Rahmani

July 11th, 2019

33:58

Aviva Rahmani is an ecological artist who exhibits and publishes internationally. She's known, in particular, for her Trigger Point Theory—the idea …

153) Democratizing ‘organic’ in the fashion industry with Pact’s Brendan Synnott

July 9th, 2019

35:47

Brendan Synnott is the CEO of PACT, where he's leading his team to disrupt the apparel industry for the better by using organic and fair-trade cotton as the foundation for addressing the labor and environmental issues …

152) Questioning modern views of advancement using permacultural wisdom with Janice Setser and Sasha Rabin

July 4th, 2019

32:02

We're joined by two guests today from Quail Springs Permaculture, an organization that empowers people with the knowledge, skills, and inspiration …

151) Breaking down how sustainability applies to everything with Jay Siegel

July 2nd, 2019

37:31

Jay Siegel is the founder of Ground Up Impact and the creator of Sustainability Defined, the award-winning podcast that defines sustainability "one topic (and one bad joke) at a time."

On this episode, Jay sheds light …

150) Slow flowers that truly commemorate our love for one another and the earth with Debra Prinzing

June 27th, 2019

37:46

Debra Prinzing (@dkprinzing) is a Seattle-based writer, speaker and leading advocate for American Grown Flowers. Through her many Slow Flowers-branded projects, including SlowFlowers.com (@myslowflowers), Slow Flowers …

149) Addressing our unsustainable palm oil demand with Maria Abadilla

June 25th, 2019

27:00

Maria Abadilla is the Founder and Chairperson of Orangutan Alliance (@orangutanalliance), an independent, industry-based nonprofit organization promoting the reduction of unsustainable palm oil in consumer products …

148) Envisioning that future when disposable packaging will become obsolete with Tamara Lim

June 20th, 2019

36:55

Tamara Lim is the founder and CEO of The Wally Shop, America's first zero-waste grocery delivery service that sources from local farmers, markets, …

147) Ending settler colonialism to reclaim food justice and sovereignty with Rosalinda Guillen

June 18th, 2019

40:16

Rosalinda Guillen is a recognized farm worker and rural justice leader. She's also the Executive Director of Community to Community (C2C), a …

146) Unveiling human trafficking and overfishing in the opaque global seafood supply chain with Shannon Service

June 13th, 2019

26:45

Shannon Service is an award-winning, independent reporter and filmmaker who broke the story of slavery at sea for NPR’s Morning Edition in 2012. Her …

145) Enriching agrobiodiversity and soil health for more nutritious foods with Gabe Brown

June 11th, 2019

37:28

Gabe Brown is the author of Dirt to Soil and the owner and operator of Brown’s Ranch in Bismarck, North Dakota, where he and his family have been farming profitably without the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, …

144) Safeguarding our irreplaceable ancient and endangered forests with Canopy's Nicole Rycroft

June 6th, 2019

38:05

Nicole Rycroft is the Founder and Executive Director of Canopy, an international nonprofit organization that works collaboratively with over 750 …

143) Using litigation and the courts to protect human health and our planet with Earthjustice's Abbie Dillen

June 4th, 2019

34:31

Abigail Dillen is the President of Earthjustice, an organization that uses the courts to protect our environment and people’s health.

 

Throughout her career, she's litigated many precedent-setting cases that have held …

142) The fraud in 'certified organic' and reclaiming its true meaning with Dave Chapman

May 30th, 2019

41:39

Dave Chapman runs Long Wind Farm in Vermont and is the co-founder and Executive Director of the Real Organic Project.

After unveiling how our current organic standards may be misleading consumers and falling short of …

141) Mycorrhizal fungi and why soil health is vital to all life on earth with Dr. Kris Nichols

May 28th, 2019

41:29

Dr. Kris Nichols is the Chief Scientist at Pachaterrae and a world-renowned leader in the movement to regenerate soils for healthy food, healthy …

140) Transcending national interests to collaborate as one world on climate action with Shyla Raghav

May 23rd, 2019

40:16

Shyla Raghav is the global climate change strategy lead for Conservation International, who's attended almost a decade of United Nations climate change negotiations and international conferences.

On this episode, Shyla …

139) Using plastic as a currency to close the loop and tackle global poverty with David Katz

May 21st, 2019

36:55

David Katz is the founder of Plastic Bank, which is helping to make plastic waste a currency that transcends poverty while stopping the flow of plastic into our oceans.

On this podcast episode, David sheds light on what …

138) Shedding light on the "Shoespiracy" we've been told to believe with Galahad Clark

May 16th, 2019

38:35

Galahad Clark, a seventh-generation Clark of the Clarks shoe dynasty, is the co-creator of Shoespiracy and the founder of VIVOBAREFOOT, a global footwear brand that’s set out to be the most sustainable in the world.

137) Going outside of the sustainability bubble to impact more people with Manuela Baron

May 14th, 2019

40:59

Manuela Baron is a Colombian-American content creator and artist behind The Girl Gone Green, focused on advocating for environmentally conscious …

136) Why enriching and protecting biodiversity are key to addressing climate change with Adam Sacks

May 9th, 2019

42:42

Adam Sacks is a climate activist, writer, and the Executive Director of Biodiversity for a Livable Climate.

On this podcast episode, Adam sheds light on how biodiversity loss may be a greater threat to our planet than …

135) The U.N. named "worldwide crisis" from gold mining we need to know about with Bob Donofrio

May 7th, 2019

37:42

Bob Donofrio is the creator of Futura Jewelry, a brand that creates a global curation of iconic jewelry designs using only certified Fairmined …

134) Empowering farmers of color and dismantling racism in the food system with Leah Penniman

May 2nd, 2019

30:51

Leah Penniman is an educator, farmer, the author of Farming While Black, and food justice activist who currently serves as founding co-executive …

133) Dreaming up radical ways to address our global food waste scandal

April 30th, 2019

39:27

Tristram Stuart is a speaker, an international award-winning author (The Bloodless Revolution and Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal), the …

132) Greening transportation with vehicles powered by hydrogen fuel cells with Brian Goldstein

April 25th, 2019

41:19

With a background in alternative fuels, renewable energy, energy efficiency, transportation technologies, and financial services, Brian Goldstein is …

131) How decentralized energy grids support resilience against natural disasters with J.I. Cruz

April 23rd, 2019

33:41

J.I. Cruz is the co-founder of ACEPR, a nonprofit social enterprise and accelerator program that aims to provide Puerto Rican community leaders with the resources, financing, and know-how needed to establish renewable …

EARTH DAY BONUS: A sincere thank you for all you do and stand for

April 22nd, 2019

4:18

My special message to you. Happy Earth Day and Month, Green Dreamer!

 

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130) Why we need to rethink how we address climate change with Judith D. Schwartz

April 18th, 2019

49:09

Judith D. Schwartz is a journalist who focuses on nature-based solutions to global challenges and the author of Cows Save the Planet and Water in …

129) Collaboration over competition to more quickly achieve our shared goals with Fashionista's Whitney Bauck

April 16th, 2019

34:14

Whitney Bauck is an Associate Editor at Fashionista. She got her start writing about the intersection of fashion, faith, and ethics, and now frequently explores the topics of sustainability, worker rights, and diverse …

128) Questioning overconsumption and our wasteful fashion system with Sarah-Jayne Smith

April 11th, 2019

31:37

How might exposures to cultures different from our own allow us to see our own blind spots when it comes to our common lifestyle habits (and those of …

127) Supporting environmental protection through policy beyond voting with Will Hackman

April 9th, 2019

35:00

At a time when we need to galvanize collective power to drive systemic change, why is it important for us to go beyond conscious consumerism to also …

126) 101 Ways to Go Zero Waste and introducing this idea to friends and family with Kathryn Kellogg

April 4th, 2019

36:50

What does it mean for us that plastic is actually in part a byproduct of the oil industry? How do we deal with the frustration of being around …

125) Individual actions adding up to transform the world for the better with Aaron Perry

April 2nd, 2019

37:58

What is biodynamic farming, and what can we learn from this to support the regeneration of a healthier planet? How have our individual actions already shifted societal trends, and how are they continuing to …

124) Everything we need to know about microplastic pollution right now with Rachael Miller

March 28th, 2019

42:10

What do we need to know about how microplastic pollution impacts our health and the health of our natural ecosystems? Why can natural microfibers …

123) Dismantling dominant perceptions of what an environmentalist looks like with Michael A. Estrada

March 26th, 2019

30:44

What's at stake when the coverage of environmental issues leave out their impacts on the people they affect? What is the role of an artist in …

122) How mindfulness can lead to a healthier and more sustainable world with Dr. Parneet Pal

March 21st, 2019

39:42

How does our mental and emotional wellbeing impact our ability to serve those we love, our communities, and our planet? What is it that actually motivates behavioral change, and what does this mean for us as people …

121) Bringing back localized, regenerative, transparent food systems with Wen-Jay Ying

March 19th, 2019

32:29

To address the unsustainability of our current food production, how can we work towards having localized and regenerative food systems? What do we need to know about the mislabeling, or greenwashing, of our food …

120) Accepting there is no orthodoxy in environmentalism to activate everyone with Dr. John Fraser and Dr. Rupu Gupta

March 14th, 2019

40:16

How does the dominant narrative that we are destructive as humans actually do our work in sustainability a disservice? What is the importance of accepting that not everyone will approach or see environmental activism in …

119) Why we need to center green living around accessibility and entertainment with Shelbi of Shelbizleee

March 12th, 2019

35:28

How do we reach people who aren't already mindful of their environmental impact, while not pushing them away by being 'too hardcore' in our approach? …

118) Balancing frustration with knowing that patience and positivity can better spark change with Candice Batista

March 7th, 2019

37:26

How has the media coverage of sustainability evolved over the last decade, and how can we support its presence in mainstream narratives? What was it …

117) How lab-grown diamonds are disrupting the diamond mining industry for the better with Alex Weindling

March 5th, 2019

38:13

How do lab-grown diamonds compare in their environmental impact with conventionally mined ones? Given that some people rely on mining diamonds for their livelihoods, why do we still need to transition away from …

116) Stepping beyond in-fighting within activism to galvanize our collective strength with Immy Lucas

February 28th, 2019

36:54

How can we help sustainability as a topic get more attention in spaces where people already consume a lot of content online, such as on YouTube? How can we lessen the amount of in-fighting going on within environmental …

115) Relearning marginalized ideas of food storage in tackling plastic pollution with Sarah Kaeck

February 26th, 2019

28:21

Why have we parted ways with some traditional but perfectly functional and natural ways of storing food in favor of plastic packaging? Given that companies aren't necessarily held liable for their negative externalities …

114) Reaching that tipping point when sustainability will break into the mainstream with documentary filmmaker Jordan Osmond

February 21st, 2019

38:05

How can awareness of sustainability—even if just among a minority group of people—eventually reach a tipping point when it can then create a ripple effect and break into the mainstream? What does it take to create …

113) Why single-use bottles won't go away and how bottled water can go circular with Nicole Doucet

February 19th, 2019

32:32

In the middle of this global awareness to use less single-use plastic bottled water, why is the bottled water market still on the rise? Why is aluminum superior to plastic as a material used for single-use packaging?

 

112) How young people can be empowered to help engineer positive change with Brittany Bennett

February 14th, 2019

30:31

Given that many young people today are already so passionate about helping to solve our global issues, how can we better engage them and empower them …

111) An eco-skincare brand born out of a journey of natural healing after major injuries with Andy Hnilo

February 12th, 2019

43:34

What are some environmental impacts from the beauty and skincare industry that we should be mindful of? In the midst of our fast-paced, often …

110) Breaking down climate change science into three simple steps with Dr. Jeffrey Bennett

February 7th, 2019

32:28

Why can we feel confident and hopeful about our ability to address climate change in this time of need? Even though this topic can often feel …

109) How microbiome science will transform our approaches to self-care and sustainability with Seed's Ara Katz

February 5th, 2019

42:40

How will a deeper understanding of our microbiome health encourage us to take better care of ourselves and our planet? How has human activity been impacting our earth's world of microbes, and what's at stake if our …

108) Inspiring a more mindful, positive, and health-promoting narrative in the media with model activist Renee Elizabeth Peters

January 31st, 2019

37:05

What can we learn from the modeling and fashion industries to help us accelerate our progress towards a healthier future? How does the role of …

107) Shifting our mindset on money to embrace the social good it can be used to support with Devin Thorpe

January 29th, 2019

36:34

When money is often associated with corruption and greed, how can we shift our money mindset to be more confident and unafraid to work with it (given that this is how our world operates), so that we can better use it as …

106) Deepening our connections with other people and nature through food with Max La Manna

January 24th, 2019

32:12

What do we need to know about food waste, and what can we do as individuals to help our communities waste less food? Even though sometimes we may feel, as individuals, like just one person in this massive world, why is …

105) Why supporting community-based organizations may be key to environmental justice with Peggy Shepard

January 22nd, 2019

35:51

In addition to supporting the most established national or international environmental nonprofits, why do we also need to simultaneously support …

104) Using aquaponics to scale sustainable production of medical cannabis with Green Relief's Warren Bravo

January 17th, 2019

33:26

How do aquaponics work and how can this be used to support a more sustainable future in agriculture? What are some environmental issues from the …

103) Why we need a prevention-based solution to plastic and microplastic pollution with 5 Gyres Institute's Dr. Marcus Eriksen

January 15th, 2019

36:48

Why are plastic pieces so problematic when they end up in our oceans? How can focusing on preventative solutions to tackling plastic and …

102) Bridging science and entertainment and the role of insects in sustainability with Phil Torres

January 10th, 2019

49:49

How can we better convey the science behind sustainability to the general public so that people will be more interested and motivated to take action? How do insects tie into this picture of sustainability, and why is …

101) Making sustainability accessible to accelerate our progress towards a healthier future with 1% For the Planet's Kate Williams

January 8th, 2019

39:22

What are some ways in which non-profits can really shine and accomplish things that even purpose-driven businesses may not be able to? Why is it so important for sustainability to be inclusive of everybody, no matter …

BONUS: 5 things to acknowledge yourself for from 2018 and what's next on Green Dreamer

December 26th, 2018

9:10

We're currently taking a 2-week holidays break in celebration of reaching our 100th episode, and will resume with 2 episodes per week on Tuesdays and …

100) Humbling modernity while dreaming up a truly sustainable future with For The Wild's Ayana Young

December 20th, 2018

49:59

What does it mean that a lot of our current efforts to 'go green' could just be facades or short term solutions that might create another set of …

99) Major takeaways and a recap of our first 100 episodes ft. Abigail Davidson (LAST BLOOM TUESDAY)

December 18th, 2018

18:10

As we're wrapping up 2018, I wanted to take this opportunity to have Abigail Davidson, Green Dreamer's Creative Partnerships Manager and the one who's been creating all of our show notes, lead us in reflecting upon our …

98) Accepting grim realities while maintaining a zest for improving life on earth now with Rob Greenfield

December 15th, 2018

39:55

Even when we may not feel so hopeful about our ability to turn things around for a sustainable future, what can we hold onto to inspire us to keep …

97) How plastic is made and realizing a future without plastic packaging with Snapshots of Simplicity's Christine Liu

December 13th, 2018

33:54

We've been talking so much about plastic pollution, but how exactly is plastic even made to begin with, and what can we learn from that process to …

96) How responsible storytelling can better inspire world peace and sustainability ft. Janice Cantieri (BLOOM TUESDAY)

December 11th, 2018

20:28

How can the ways that we go about storytelling either cause division, fear, and hatred, or inspire harmony, empathy, and connection? And in turn, how does this impact our abilities to realize a more sustainable future …

95) Reconnecting with ancient wisdom and using eco-tourism to support conservation with Marco Bollinger

December 8th, 2018

39:01

How may looking at advancement in a linear way (underdeveloped, developing, and developed) limit our ability to learn with an open mind and …

94) Supporting better nutrition while tackling food waste using spent barley with Canvas' Sarah Pool

December 6th, 2018

30:41

What are some key public health and environmental issues stemming from the food and beverage industries that we should know about? How do health …

93) How to urbanize mindfully for more resilience in the face of natural disasters ft. Phoebe Loyd (BLOOM TUESDAY)

December 4th, 2018

19:46

How do natural disasters relate to sustainability and vice versa? And how can we urbanize in ways that take into better account the ecosystem's characteristics so our cities can be more resilient against natural events?

92) Looking past ads telling us we need things we don't need with BuyMeOnce's Tara Button

December 1st, 2018

37:18

Why should durability be a key factor to take into account when we try to shop more sustainably? How are advertisements set up to potentially …

91) How living walls and biophilic design improve productivity and wellbeing with Sagegreenlife's Richard Kincaid

November 29th, 2018

37:54

What is biophilic design, and what are the scientifically proven benefits of being close to nature? Given that we're increasingly urbanizing, what can we do to ensure that future plans for urbanization prioritize green …

90) How to be mindful of the role privilege and accessibility play in sustainability to build a better future for everybody ft. Francesca Willow

November 27th, 2018

21:18

How are systemic racism and inequality intricately tied to environmental issues? How can we be more mindful of the language we use when we talk about …

89) Why sustainability doesn't make headlines in mainstream media and how we can reframe this topic with Georgina Wilson-Powell

November 24th, 2018

33:43

Why is it that environmental issues rarely make headlines in mainstream media? What's the importance in providing objective information about sustainability, as opposed to subjective ones?

 

Georgina Wilson-Powell, the …

88) Why we're wired to want more stuff and the psychology of materialism with Tim Kasser PhD

November 22nd, 2018

39:39

Why are we wired to be drawn to new things constantly and feel a sense of security (at least in the short term) from the accumulation of more stuff? …

87) How to shop for safe and eco-friendly skincare and cosmetic products ft. Marie Arlet (BLOOM TUESDAY)

November 20th, 2018

18:07

Why do we even need to be informed shoppers of skincare and cosmetic products? Shouldn't their safety be regulated by the government or industry …

86) How championing artisan craft enables us to become better environmental stewards and impactful shoppers with Liza Moiseeva

November 17th, 2018

32:14

How does supporting artisans around the world simultaneously help support sustainability? As the holiday season and Black Friday are coming up, what …

85) Why body shaming drives mindless consumption and the importance of self-affirmation in eco-living with Marieke Eyskoot

November 15th, 2018

40:43

How do modern day pressures around body image relate to sustainability? With eco living often focused on the negatives—on what we're not doing enough of and how we're falling short of being perfect—why is it so …

84) How to thrift like a pro and support the second-hand economy to grow ft Leah Wise (BLOOM TUESDAY)

November 13th, 2018

19:37

What happens to our clothes after we toss them out, and what can we do to support the secondhand economy to grow to help fashion (and related …

83) Connecting people through cross-cultural, shared desires and insecurities with 'Female Indiana Jones' Alison Teal

November 10th, 2018

45:09

In this often divided world, what do we need in order to come together so that we can collectively work towards a more sustainable future? Across …

82) The story of shark attack survivor turned shark conservationist and photographer Mike Coots

November 8th, 2018

33:58

How did our guest today go from being a shark attack survivor to becoming a powerful voice for ocean and shark conservation? What are some things to …

81) Is shopping online more or less sustainable than doing so in person? Ft. Polly Barks (BLOOM TUESDAY)

November 6th, 2018

17:21

E-commerce is only increasing. Ever wonder about the environmental impact of buying things from online vs. in person?

 

Special guest of our Bloom …

80) How to tap into your creative genius zone to help our planet thrive with Katie Patrick

November 3rd, 2018

38:22

What if we can just tweak a few words in our messaging to be able to immediately double, and even triple, the amount of action and change that we …

79) Tackling our global waste crisis while accepting that people are selfish with TerraCycle's Tom Szaky

November 1st, 2018

33:42

Instead of getting people to go against their will and desires to sacrifice things for sustainability, what if we just acknowledge that most of us are selfish, and learn to play into that? How did we even get to our …

78) Why environmental policy can be so hard to change or pass and 3 things we can do to help (BLOOM TUESDAY)

October 30th, 2018

14:06

Why is it so damn difficult to change or solidify environmental policy at a national level? Here, I share what the "Iron Triangle" is in U.S. …

77) How minimalism can enrich our lives with YouTuber and blogger Signe Hansen

October 27th, 2018

31:32

How can we get people who are very much still seduced by fast fashion into the idea of buying less and buying better? How can we deal with perfectionism in terms of sustainable living, and be able to just enjoy this …

76) Getting models, talent, and celebrities who spark trends and influence popular culture to stand for sustainability with Anne Therese

October 25th, 2018

32:52

What if more people with great influence on popular culture were to more boldly speak up for sustainability? What would it mean for our world if we …

75) Did you know these 7 things about electronic waste? (BLOOM TUESDAY)

October 23rd, 2018

12:09

You're reading this on an electronic device. Do you know what happens to electronics after they're disposed of? Here are 7 shocking things I learned when I dug deeper into this topic, as well as simple things we can do …

74) Inspiring greater respect for our oceans and marine life with underwater photographer Alicia Ward

October 20th, 2018

37:34

What do we need to know about how our skin and hair products may be impacting our ocean's health? Given that our underwater world feels so distant, how can we inspire people to feel more connected to our oceans to want …

73) Why we need to redefine what it means to travel for leisure with Evelina Utterdahl of Earth Wanderess

October 18th, 2018

32:11

What are the social and environmental impacts of travel that we should be aware of? Why do we need to redefine what it means to be a tourist so that …

72) Beginner tips to composting for healthier soils and a more circular food systems ft. Celia Ristow (BLOOM TUESDAY)

October 16th, 2018

17:01

Given that with soil degradation, we only have 60 years of top soil left... but also that only a tiny percentage of food waste is currently being composted to help regenerate healthy soils, how can we get started in …

71) The environmental impact of modern day burials we should know with eco mortician Elizabeth Fournier

October 13th, 2018

31:29

What do we need to know about the environmental impact of modern-day burials, and what are "green burials" all about? Given that our burial methods used to be eco-friendly, how did we come to accept an environmentally …

70) How impact investing can help us accelerate towards a thriving future with Ibrahim AlHusseini

October 11th, 2018

33:36

What do we need to know about impact investing and how can that help us accelerate towards a healthier, thriving planet? Why does the traditional idea of first making as much money as possible (at the cost of social and …

69) How to lower our exposure to VOCs and toxins in bed and at home ft. Nimi Kelloway (BLOOM TUESDAY)

October 9th, 2018

18:07

With indoor air pollution often being worse than outdoor air pollution even in urban spaces, how can we reduce our exposure to toxic chemicals in our …

68) What we need to know about renewables and electric cars with Green Living Guy Seth Leitman

October 6th, 2018

33:05

What are some things we need to know about electric cars and the future of renewable energy? What does it take to scale our audience size into the millions, so that we can inspire and engage with more people with our …

67) Shifting away from apparel made using plastic microfibers with Sustainable Fashion Alliance's Andrea Plell

October 4th, 2018

38:51

Why is it important for us to minimize our purchasing of clothes with microplastic fibers, like virgin polyester and nylon? How can we support …

66) 3 Great leaps around the world we're taking towards a greener planet (BLOOM TUESDAY)

October 2nd, 2018

9:11

We're on track to losing our vital forests around the world, but we also are making huge progress towards reforestation and conserving our existing …

65) Carbon-offsetting as our only current way to have a zero emission lifestyle with Cool Effect's Marisa de Belloy

September 29th, 2018

37:09

Why does carbon offsetting sometimes have a negative reputation for just being a bandaid solution to our emissions, and how does the word itself …

64) Turning a disruptive innovation for circular fashion to life with OSOMTEX's Patricia Ermecheo

September 27th, 2018

34:52

How was our guest today able to create a technology to be able to close the loop in our production and disposal of clothing? What does it take to …

63) How to talk about climate change without scaring people away ft. Meghann Percy (BLOOM TUESDAY)

September 25th, 2018

15:44

With climate change being a topic that often repels and divides people, how can we talk about it in a way to engage more people and inspire more action?

 

Special guest of our Bloom Tuesday episode, Meghann Percy of …

62) How lab grown materials like spider silk can eliminate the need for toxic dyes and chemicals in fashion with Bolt Threads' Jamie Bainbridge

September 22nd, 2018

28:10

What do we know about how the chemicals and dyes used to treat our clothing impact our health? How can we pick apart brands that may be greenwashing from the brands that are actually trying to do what they can to …

61) Looking past standardized impact assessments to understanding a bioregion with Fibershed's Rebecca Burgess

September 20th, 2018

34:10

What is the soil-to-soil concept of circularity, and how can this sequester our carbon, enrich our soil, and promote healthier ecosystems? Why is …

60) How to tackle environmental and social anxiety to stay positive and activated (BLOOM TUESDAY)

September 18th, 2018

16:04

With so many global issues looming over our heads, and with social media platforms like Instagram found to be detrimental to our mental wellbeing, how can we tackle chronic anxiety to stay motivated and activated?

 

59) How chemicals leach out of plastics to impact our health with Life Without Plastic's Chantal Plamondon

September 15th, 2018

35:51

How can we use the analogy of pasta and pasta sauce to better understand plastics and their health impacts? Why is it that we urgently need more research and development to find alternatives to plastic, especially for …

58) A stronger mind and body to support a healthier planet with top wellness podcast Learn True Health's Ashley James

September 13th, 2018

36:26

How can we take ownership and responsibility of our own lives so that we can be empowered to take action and make a difference? What do we need to …

57) A groundbreaking textile made from mycelium, the root structure of mushrooms (BLOOM TUESDAY)

September 11th, 2018

8:41

It's often doom and gloom in this field, but here are 2 positive things happening right now we can get excited about in the sustainability space.

 

For a chance to win a gift card to an eco brand every month, subscribe …

56) A moral obligation to not drive species extinction with award winning author Carl Safina

September 8th, 2018

36:03

Why is it that we need to instill a sense of moral obligation to not be the reason a living species goes extinct? How can we tell more powerful …

55) 'Biomindfulness' and how meditation can help us work towards a more sustainable planet with Andrea Sanders

September 6th, 2018

32:16

What is 'biomindfulness' and how can meditation help us to collectively work towards a healthier planet to call home? Why is it important to give …

54) How to inspire positive change and the science of getting people to care (BLOOM TUESDAY)

September 4th, 2018

14:33

Most people don't like to be told what to do or that they need to change their habits, decisions, and lifestyle. So how can we inspire positive …

53) How traveling can inspire connection, harmony, social and eco awareness with modern-day Tarzan @CaptainPotter

September 1st, 2018

33:37

How can traveling inspire a deeper appreciation for humankind and its diversity, more harmony and connection in our world, and awareness of our world's social and environmental issues? What does it take to move people …

52) Why it's time to go beyond 'organic' to regenerative agriculture with ecological designer Mari Stuart

August 30th, 2018

37:05

Once we've gone down the rabbit hole, digging up all the social, public health, and environmental issues we face today, how do we get ourselves out …

51) Why starting with tiny changes is how we'll win big (BLOOM TUESDAY)

August 28th, 2018

10:03

Plastic straws may make up just 0.03% of ocean plastic waste, but why is this particular focus so important for us to move the needle forward in …

50) 'Can Business Save the Earth' and why everyone has a key role to play with Michael Lenox

August 25th, 2018

29:04

Considering that a lot of our environmental, social, and public health issues today are driven by irresponsible business practices, how can we turn …

49) Inspiring eco awareness through fun festivals and events with Green Is The New Black's Stephanie Dickson

August 23rd, 2018

32:11

How can we bring more fun into sustainability so we can draw more people into the space? To inspire greater awareness and action, what can in-person events do for sustainability that the digital world can't replicate?

 

48) Beginner's tips to sustainable fashion with investigative writer and stylist Kasi Martin (BLOOM TUESDAY)

August 21st, 2018

15:52

With the fashion industry being one of the biggest polluters in the world, how can we start shopping more sustainably for our clothes without getting …

47) From eco surfboard startup into global industry authority with Firewire’s CEO Mark Price

August 18th, 2018

35:01

What did it take for our guest today to help an eco surfboard startup become an industry authority and leader? What do we need to inspire a …

46) Making sustainability sexy and desirable with serial ecopreneur and ‘ECOrenaissance’ author Marci Zaroff

August 16th, 2018

36:46

What does it mean that we're now beginning an “Eco-Renaissance”? Rather than guilting or shaming people into being more eco-friendly, which might really just push people away, how can we attract people into …

45) 3 Disruptive, innovative projects in sustainable fashion to get excited about (BLOOM TUESDAY)

August 14th, 2018

7:47

When these projects scale, they may have immense positive impact in helping our fashion industry become healthier and more sustainable.

 

Find the …

44) A $2.2 Million "Tiny Business" that led the reusable bag movement with ECOBAGS Founder Sharon Rowe

August 11th, 2018

35:23

How was Sharon Rowe able to grow her company into a $2.2 million tiny business while being a pioneer, leading the reusable bag movement? How can we thrive personally, professionally and financially, all while not …

43) Bringing sustainability to the mass market by making it accessible to all with LunchSkin's Founder Kirsten Quigley

August 9th, 2018

35:08

How was our guest today able to get her eco-friendly lunch bags available not just in eco-focused stores, but also in the mass market through big box retailers like Target and T.J. Maxx? Even though issues with plastic …

42) 5 Fascinating tree intelligence findings and why ancient forests are our key allies (BLOOM TUESDAY)

August 7th, 2018

10:20

Have you read The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben? Here, I share 5 fascinating things I learned about trees from this NYTimes Bestseller, including why ancient forests are our key allies in helping us work …

41) Xiuhtezcatl of Earth Guardians on tapping into love, art, and music to build a healthy, just world

August 4th, 2018

32:55

Recipient of President Obama's United States Community Service Award, the 2015 Peace First Prize, and more, Xiuhtezcatl Martinez has been at the forefront leading youth environmental activists and giving speeches since …

40) thredUP's Brand Director on revolutionizing secondhand shopping and helping fashion go circular

August 2nd, 2018

27:58

With the fashion industry today being extremely wasteful, what are some positive trends we can feel hopeful about? What can we learn from how thredUP

39) Reverse vending machines and thinking outside the box (BLOOM TUESDAY)

July 31st, 2018

9:34

2 things to get excited about? Hear about reverse vending machines and pioneering brands challenging the ways we have been doing things according to …

38) A strong belief in what you do to realize your dreams with bean-to-bar chocolate brand Madécasse's Tim McCollum

July 28th, 2018

28:21

What are some key issues in the chocolate industry that we need to know about? When things get tough, how can we stay motivated and just keep pulling …

37) Reluctant entrepreneur turned industry pioneer and leader with Safe Sunscreen Council and All Good's Founder Caroline Duell

July 26th, 2018

32:16

What’s the latest research on the health and environmental impacts of sunscreen? How was our guest today able to go from being a hesitant business owner (who didn’t even want to do business in the first place) to a …

36) Are you recycling properly? Expert tips from Jonathan Levy of Zero Waste Guy (BLOOM TUESDAY)

July 24th, 2018

14:55

How do we recycle properly to ensure that what we toss down the recycling chute actually gets recycled, and not just be 'aspirational recyclers'?

 

Special guest for this Bloom Tuesday, Jonathan Levy of ZeroWasteGuy.com …

35) Persisting in spite of rejections with NatGeo Planet or Plastic Spokesperson and Going Zero Waste's Kathryn Kellogg

July 21st, 2018

32:09

How can we be better communicators so that our important messages actually move people and resonate with our audiences to inspire action? How can we go beyond reducing single-use plastics in our own lives to affecting …

34) United By Blue's Brian Linton on cleaning 1 million pounds of trash from first getting business right

July 19th, 2018

28:50

What does it take to scale our positive impacts through business? What are millennials craving today, and how can this actually drive conversations and choices related to sustainability? Founder and CEO of United by …

33) Keeping sustainability conversations mindful and 2 things to celebrate this week (BLOOM TUESDAY)

July 17th, 2018

9:35

We're continuing to move the needle forward towards a healthier planet to call home! Here are 2 things to celebrate this week, as well as something …

32) Dealing with the doom and gloom of environmentalism and how species extinction impacts us with The Revelator's John Platt

July 14th, 2018

31:00

What do we need to know about species extinction around the world today and how that impacts us? How can we stay positive and inspired even as we learn about more problems we need to address? Environmental journalist …

31) How putting yourself out there can strengthen your brand and message with Spirit of 608's Lorraine Sanders

July 12th, 2018

36:10

What’s a common struggle specifically for us eco and socially-driven entrepreneurs and creatives that might prevent our passion projects from thriving? Why is it important for us to support large corporations that may …

30) 3 Green Dreamers share easy tips to getting politically active in the U.S. for sustainability (BLOOM TUESDAY)

July 10th, 2018

13:41

Our voices and political actions matter! Here, the following 3 Green Dreamers share one policy they're currently supporting and why, and easy actions …

29) Saving the face of sustainability and getting publicity for your conscious brand with Orchard and Broome’s Stephanie Sica

July 7th, 2018

35:27

If you're interested in learning how working with a publicist can elevate your work, or what doing PR for yourself might look like, this is an episode for you.

 

What do we need to have in place before we pitch our work …

28) Girlfriend Collective's Co-Founder on its powerful launch strategy and cultivating a loyal customer base

July 5th, 2018

33:55

How was Girlfriend Collective able to launch so powerfully to establish itself in the athletic wear space as a conscious fashion startup? What does …

27) Did you know these 5 things about plastic? (BLOOM TUESDAY)

July 3rd, 2018

9:22

It's Plastic Free July! Share this episode with a friend, and let's continue raising awareness together about the simple steps we can take to make a …

26) Creating engaging and highly shareable content with mindbodygreen's Sustainability Editor Emma Loewe

June 30th, 2018

25:18

What does it take to create engaging and highly shareable content for wellness and the environment? How has mindbodygreen been able to establish itself as an authority in the sustainability space? Here, Emma Loewe, …

25) What to know About soil health today and how self-development can support sustainability with Nikki Silvestri

June 28th, 2018

36:23

What do we need to know about our soil health across the globe? And how can we inspire meaningful systemic change through self-development? Today, …

24) One easy thing you can do today to indirectly support sustainability (BLOOM TUESDAY)

June 26th, 2018

6:03

Pass it on and let's create a ripple effect of good.

 

Find the full show notes with references and links to our Green Dreamers' projects at

23) Normalizing sustainable living and building an engaged community via video with Erin of My Green Closet

June 23rd, 2018

32:15

How can we leverage the power of video to share our ideas on sustainability, deepen our relationships with our audience, and grow our reach? How can we help to normalize eco-conscious living so we don't feel like the …

22) Orsola de Castro on growing Fashion Revolution into a global movement by inviting everybody to participate

June 21st, 2018

31:52

How did Fashion Revolution, which has become a global movement, get started and grow to have the impact and reach it has today? What does it mean for …

21) 2 Recent Events to Celebrate in Turning the Tide Against Plastic Pollution (BLOOM TUESDAY)

June 19th, 2018

8:43

With all the awareness of plastic pollution, we've been making great, meaningful strides! Here are 2 recent events showcasing us turning the tide …

20) Fostering Intimacy, Inclusivity, and Open Curiosity with Multi Media with Conscious Chatter's Kestrel Jenkins

June 16th, 2018

33:51

How can we get over perfectionism to just take action in what we want to do? How can we effectively tell the story around sustainability to keep it inclusive and engaging, so that we can grow the movement more quickly?

19) Pela Case From Being “Laughed at” to Leading the Industry by Example with its Co-Founder Jeremy Lang

June 14th, 2018

28:42

Now that we know about plastic pollution, what's next? What do we need to start from scratch to building a physical eco product and bringing that to …

18) What to Know about Microplastic Pollution and its Impacts Right Now (BLOOM TUESDAY)

June 12th, 2018

9:11

18 of 18 beaches around the world have been found to have microplastics. And 1/4 of fish tested in markets in California were found to have microplastics in them.

 

We've yet to understand the impacts of microplastic …

17) Progress Over Perfection in Fighting Plastic Pollution with Plaine Products' Lindsey McCoy

June 9th, 2018

31:19
 

How can we go from having an ecopreneurial idea, especially something that's not yet been done before, to bringing it to life? What do we need to …

16) "Conscious Consumerism is a Lie" and Getting the Courage to Be Controversial with Alden Wicker

June 7th, 2018

30:41

As part of 'speaking up for what we believe in,' how can we muster up the courage to say things that are different or that might go against the current? And, what needs to happen alongside conscious consumerism in order …

15) 5 Green Dreamers Share Shocking Statistics and Simple Tips to "Beat Plastic Pollution" in Honor of World Environment Day (BLOOM TUESDAY)

June 5th, 2018

13:26

In honor of World Environment Day themed "Beat Plastic Pollution," I share some words of wisdom from the following 5 Green Dreamers:

 

Amber Boyers - …

14) Scaling Your Positive Impact via Collaborating and Building Trust with Ecosia's Head of PR

June 2nd, 2018

26:08

Why has the palm oil industry become so destructive in Southeast Asia? When we're up against such colossal environmental issues, how can we scale up …

13) @FoundInTranslations on Celebrating the Beauty of Humankind and Seeing Good in Ourselves as Keys to Sustainability

May 31st, 2018

26:33

What happens when we consciously look beyond mainstream portrayal of reality? And how can we create and innovate in ways that push the needle forward and doesn't just add to info-overload? Here, award-winning, globally …

12) Q&A: "What got you into sustainability?" (BLOOM TUESDAY)

May 29th, 2018

11:15

Here, I answer a Question from April @thehonestroot: "What got you into sustainability and green living?"

 

If you'd like to share your journey into sustainability with me, tag me @KameaChayne #GreenDreamer in your post …

11) @SustainablyChic's Natalie on Finding Balance and Staying Resilient in the Face of Negativity as a Content Creator

May 26th, 2018

29:38

If you're an eco content creator, this is an episode for you! How can we maintain the courage to continually put ourselves out there, knowing that we'll get judged and even hate, at an extreme? How do we balance saying …

10) How to Reach and Inspire Your Target Conscious Audience with The Good Trade's AmyAnn Cadwell

May 24th, 2018

29:28

How do we balance dropping truth-bombs about the problems in this world, with inspiring hope? And how can we even reach the conscious audience we want to reach to begin with? Today, AmyAnn Cadwell, the Co-Founder of the …

09) 2 Things We Can Feel Hopeful About This Week (BLOOM TUESDAY)

May 22nd, 2018

6:50

There is hope, positivity, and beauty in the world. And I know you'll only add to it! Hit SUBSCRIBE, and thanks for bringing your light.

 

Find the …

08) Growing Your Social Influence With Purpose and Bringing 'Eco' Mainstream with @ArtsyAgnes

May 19th, 2018

30:23

What does it take to grow our social platforms with intention from 0 to 500k+ so that we're able to share sustainability ideas with more people? How …

07) How Conscious Companies Can Compete with Conventional Big Corporations with Meghan French Dunbar

May 17th, 2018

36:23

What do small, voluntarily responsible businesses need in order to compete with huge conventional companies that capitalize on being able to legally …

06) Mama Earth Wants You to Take a Deep Breath and Treat Yourself for Sustainability! (BLOOM TUESDAY)

May 15th, 2018

8:23

Positive change for sustainability in the world begins with YOU feeling at your best from the inside-out. Only when you're in your optimal health can you bring about your best work. So yes, that's right - Mama Earth …

05) Habits that transform your life and help you thrive with bestselling author Tara Mackey

May 13th, 2018

34:35

Time to TAKE ownership and realize the life you want for yourself, the passion project you want to create, and the change you want to see in the world! Bestselling author of Cured by Nature and WILD Habits, Tara Mackey, …

04) Communicating Powerfully Cross-Culture without Sounding Tone-Deaf with Tayo Rockson

May 12th, 2018

36:51

Anything you put out onto the internet can be accessed by people all over the world. So it's VITAL that we understand how to communicate respectfully …

03) Social Media Democratizing Power and How to Get Your Message Heard Today with ShiftCon's Leah Segedie

May 11th, 2018

37:42

How do you get people to listen to you, and what does it take to get your passion project seen and heard in this info-overloaded digital world? Leah Segedie, author of Green Enough, Founder of Mamavation, and Founder of …

02) Bea Johnson on Launching the Global Zero Waste Movement and How We've Been Duped

May 10th, 2018

27:53

The woman who originally coined the term "Zero Waste Lifestyle," Bea Johnson, joins me to talk about starting this now-global movement.

Thanks for bringing your light. Hit SUBSCRIBE, and together let's explore what it …

01) Adrian Grenier on Rethinking Everything to Rebuilding a Sustainable World

May 9th, 2018

30:38

Actor-entrepreneur, UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador, and Co-Founder of Lonely Whale Foundation, Adrian Grenier, is our honored first guest of Green Dreamer Podcast.

Thanks for bringing your light. Hit SUBSCRIBE, and …

00) START HERE: A WARM WELCOME

May 8th, 2018

5:35

Now more than ever, our planet needs YOUR light to thrive. This podcast is here to support your optimal wellbeing and happiness, because only when you're in your best health can you bring about your best work.

The …

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