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This podcast covers issues of Climate Change, Building a Socially Responsible Economy, Health and Life and Death.

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Climate Restoration; How Do We Do It? a chat w Peter Fiekowsky

June 18th, 2022


Peter Fiekowsky has a new book out titled "Climate Restoration: The Only Future That Will Sustain the Human Race". Today we discuss his book and drill down into the concepts and science behind reducing CO2 and methane …

Color and Change: a chat w Sheral Sly

June 10th, 2022


Sheral Sly is an artist who is exploring creativity and purpose in the second half of life. She shares her experiences in developing her own creative process. In the past month, she changed things up injecting bright …

Labor in America: a chat w Bob Funk

June 4th, 2022


Bob Funk is the Secretary-Treasurer of LaborLab. LaborLab is a nonprofit watchdog organization that tracks, monitors, and reports on the union-busting industry. "Informed workers are empowered workers"

Bob shares his …

The Art of Living Boldly in the Second Half of Life: a chat w Nancy Candea

May 11th, 2022


Nancy Candea is a yoga therapist and teacher. She recently wrote a book titled "Present: the art of living boldly in the second half of life". Today …

Surviving Cancer... "I Surrender. I Trust. I Love.": a chat w Amanda Mikesell

April 25th, 2022


Amanda Mikesell is a spiritual soul that over the past year has had to face and fight a diagnosis of aggresive breast cancer. She has shared her …

Living Vegan: a chat w Mariquita Solis

April 23rd, 2022


Mariquita Solis is a vegan lifestyle coach. Much of her work revolves around helping people live as vegans in society that sees things differently.

An Evolving Global Order: a chat w Neil Pitts

April 20th, 2022


Neil Pitts, author of "Postmodernity and Creation of the Anthropocene"; We discuss how the Russian invasion of Ukraine will shape the evolution of …

"$70,000 in student loans were forgiven!": a chat w Dorothy Browne

March 22nd, 2022


Dorothy Browne, works for a non-profit and has struggled for years paying on student loan debt. She recently found out that her debt was forgiven! It's a life changing event... to learn more about how to apply for …

History, Post-Modern Civilization and Climate: a chat with Neil Pitts

March 7th, 2022


Neil Pitts is the author of "Postmodernity and the Creation of the Anthropocene" published in November 2021. Neil examines 3 historical periods and tries to draw insights on what the lessons learned mean for where human …

Nutrition, Health, and Buddhism: a chat w Jason Demchok

March 4th, 2022


Jason Demchok is a nutritional consultant who shares his journey through a variety of diets. He connects some of the science of nutrition with its …

Living a Sustainable Life: a chat w Dale Stubbart

March 2nd, 2022


Dale Stubbart is a sustainable lifestyle coach for individuals and businesses. He shares his experiences in the struggle we all face daily in living a lifestyle the honors the planet and fosters happiness within. This …

A New World View: a chat w Kollibri Terre Sonnenblume

February 11th, 2022


Kollibri describes himself as "an Anti-Civ Primativist". We discuss his book of essays titled 'From Outside'; he writes about a variety of issues …

How Do We Fight Rising Sea Levels?: a chat w Adrian Santiago Tate

February 8th, 2022


Adrian Santiago Tate is founder and CEO of High Tide, a firm which collects data around coastal areas in the US with the goal of managing sea level …

On Art and Creativity: A Chat w Sheral Sly

February 4th, 2022


Sheral Sly is an artist and late bloomer creative who is doing what she loves. She shares her experiences and insights on art, fostering creativity …

Spiking Energy Prices and the Sustainable Transition: a chat w Carey King

November 26th, 2021


Carey King is a researcher building out an economic model that describes the relationship of energy to the economy and society. Understanding this relationship can help smooth the transition to sustainability. Today we …

Nov 22nd... a JFK Remembrance: a chat w Kathleen Cooper-Loher

November 22nd, 2021


Kathleen Cooper-Loher was a young girl when JFK was president. She shares her recollections and we discuss the legacy of JFK. 58 years after his …

Human Trafficking and Climate Change: a chat w Andrew Wallis

November 22nd, 2021


Andrew Wallis is the founder of Unseen UK, an organization that has been fighting human trafficking on many levels. We discuss how climate change, and the economic and social disorder it brings, will drive human …

Using Doughnut Economics for Sustainable Outcomes: a chat w Erinch Sahan

November 19th, 2021


Erinch Sahan is an economist, analyst, and researcher with Doughnut Economics Action Lab the UK. Today we discuss the concept of "Doughnut Economics" and how it can help build a sustainable future. As economic systems …

A New Dimension to Crypto driving the Climate Crisis: a chat w Yvonne Taylor

November 8th, 2021


Yvonne Taylor is an activist fighting fracking in NY state and the founder of Seneca Lake Guardians. She shares her experience and the new challenge she is facing... crypto miners buying and running formally closed coal …

Innovation as a Tool for Growth and "Degrowth": a chat w Karl Burkart

November 5th, 2021


Karl Burkart is the co-founder and Deputy Director of One Earth, a non-profit focused on fostering the technologies to reshape the economy into a …

Permaculture as a Comprehensive Way of Life: a chat w Pat Simmons Jr.

November 1st, 2021


Pat Simmons Jr. is trained in permaculture and the growing of food, but as we chat we discuss larger issues that affect permaculture... ethics, …

How to Escape Abusive Relationships: a chat w Lisa Hawkins

October 30th, 2021


Lisa Hawkins is a relationship coach and today we discuss the nature of abusive relationships and how to escape a bad situation. It's a complex dynamic that keeps people in an abusive relationship. Lisa offers great …

The Environmental Impacts of Fossil Fuels: a chat w Elaine Tanner

October 28th, 2021


Elaine Tanner is a longtime activist and leader of Friends of Environmental Justice. She recently participated in a week of protests by diverse …

Dealing with Climate Grief: A Chat w Betsy Rosenberg

October 23rd, 2021


Betsy Rosenberg has spent 25 years in the media, raising awareness of environmental issues and the climate crisis. Currently she is working on a network called to promote environmental education and …

Climate Change--Reality and Politics

October 1st, 2021


Today I chat with Richard Whiteford, long time climate activist and presenter, educating groups around the world. Richard shares his insights on the current state of the climate and the challenges we face. We delve into …

Slaughterhouse : a chat w Gail Eisnitz

September 17th, 2021


Gail Eisnitz has spent her life as an investigative journalist and activist on behalf of sentient animals. In 1997 she wrote a remarkable book titled "Slaughterhouse" that laid bare the cruelty and brutality of the …

Potatoes, Health, and Big Ag: a chat w Jeff Braggs

September 15th, 2021


Jeff Braggs has spent a lifetime growing potatoes and working in agriculture. His father used rotational and regenerative techniques in the early …

Divorce, COVID, and Economic Stress: a chat w Karen McMahon

September 11th, 2021


Karen McMahon is a relationship coach and founder of "Journey Beyond Divorce". We discuss the dynamics of relationships and divorce, especially with the stresses of COVID and financial troubles. She offers valuable …

EVs, Sustainability, and Economic Change: a chat w Peter Gruber

September 9th, 2021


Peter Gruber is the founder and CEO of Gruber Motors. Gruber Motors specializes in repairing and maintaining Tesla Roadsters. Peter offers a unique …

Fostering Permaculture Now: a chat w Jenny Pell

September 6th, 2021


Jenny Pell has spent a lifetime fostering permaculture in a variety of settings and locations.  She is hired by home and property owners to …

B Corps and Changing Capitalism: a chat w Nathan Stuck

August 28th, 2021


Nathan Stuck, is an entrepreneur, coach and lecturer. He has seen the negative side of corp america first hand, and chosen to pursue a different, better path. Nathan shares his unique insights into the value of …

Shifting the Emphasis to Trauma in Mental Health Treatment: a chat w Mat Costanzo

August 26th, 2021


Mat Costanzo is a trained therapist and researcher. He recently wrote a paper on shifting the focus of how we deal with issues like PTSD, depression and anxiety from a medication focused approach, to one based on …

The Emotional Journey to Degrowth: a chat w Barbara Williams

August 13th, 2021


Barbara Williams is a climate activist in the UK. We discuss her awakening to the climate crisis, her work with Extintion Rebellion, and the need to …

Building Entrepreneurship and Financial Independence: a chat w Emily Grass

August 6th, 2021


Emily Grass is a business and marketing coach, especially for wellpreneurs. Today we discuss the state of entrepreneurship and strategies to develop small business going forward, especially in the shadow of COVID. …

What is a B Corp and What Does It Mean For Sustainability: a chat w Jen Cantero

August 3rd, 2021


Jen Cantero is a sustainability consultant who helps companies become B Corps. B Corps is a third-party rating that evaluates a company's performance …

Issues Around Conscious Dating: a chat w Lisa Hawkins

June 21st, 2021


Today I chat with Lisa Hawkins, a relationship coach, about "conscious dating"... How do we connect in relationships while maintaining a spiritual journey. We discuss a myriad of issues that resonate with a lot of us …

The Health Benefits of a Plant Based Diet: a chat w Kathleen Cooper-Loher

May 29th, 2021


Today I chat with Kathleen Cooper-Loher, a retired trauma nurse, about the medical and health benefits of a plant-based diet. Specifically, we discuss the work of Dr Michael Greger who is an advocate for plant-based. …

Promoting Permaculture, Improving the Planet: a chat w Lars Schijff

May 27th, 2021


Lars Schijff is the founder of the Permenant Culture Project. He shares his journey and some of the lessons learned that reveal the importance of …

Plant-Based Coconut Shrimp... Amazing! : a chat w Monica Talbert

May 20th, 2021


After sampling their coconut shrimp, scallops, and crabcake, I was stunned and happy. Today we chat with Monica Talbert, co-founder and CEO of the Plant-Based Seafood Company. We discuss how they developed such an …

The Benefits and Challenges of Tiny Homes: a chat w Arya Mazanek

May 10th, 2021


Arya Mazanek is founder and CEO of innovative tiny home builder Wilderwise. We discuss the challenges and opportunities around tiny homes. Many …

Wisdom Messages From Beyond: a chat w Kristina Bloom

May 7th, 2021


Kristina Bloom has published a new book, Wisdom for the Age of Ascension. We discuss her channeled messages from Universal Intelligences and what they mean for the world we live in. Check out her book and connect at

The Fight Against Modern Day Slavery: a chat w Andrew Wallis

March 17th, 2021


Andrew Wallis is the founder of UK Unseen, an organization that is fighting human trafficking and providing support to its victims. We discuss the causes of modern day slavery, it's victims, and efforts to stop it. The …

Business Ethics, Tech and COVID: a chat w Scott Gingold

March 15th, 2021


Scott Gingold is a serial entreprenuer and President of Lehigh Valley Technology, an IT service for B2B firms. After connecting on LinkedIn and …

Healing Mental Health from COVID: a chat w Cindy Beers

March 12th, 2021


Cindy Beers shares holistic techniques to help us deal with the psychological and mental damage done by COVID in the past year. Many of the …

How to Live Authentically in Today's World: a chat w Tevis Rose Trower

March 10th, 2021


Tevis Rose Trower is a coach, guide and advisor to companies and leaders, to moms and dads, to the spiritual and the atheist. In her new book, Games Changers: A Guide to Radical Success, she discusses the need for …

What is Leftist Philosophy: a chat w Zack Ellsworth

March 6th, 2021


For over 100 years leftist philosophy (Socialism, Communism, Marxism) have been used as triggers by American conservatives to resist social change. But what is Leftist philosophy in reality, and why do conservatives …

Promoting Social Change Through Art: a chat w Daniel Greenway

March 3rd, 2021


Daniel Greenway is a young film maker who is making waves with his work. His new film "Deep-Fried Fingers" raises the issue of factory farming, veganism and speciesism in a way that, instead of preaching, it invites the …

Fostering Permaculture: a chat w Victoria Gunn

February 24th, 2021


Vicki Gunn is trained in permaculture and shares her journey to develop a sustainable lifestyle. We discuss how to integrate permaculture into our …

We Must Address Climate Change Immediately: a chat w Stefan Sommer

January 13th, 2021


Stefan Sommer is a climate activist with Northern Arizona Climate Change Alliance and an educater at Northern Arizona University. We discuss several important themes around the climate crisis and how they affect local …

Creativity, Poetry, and Self-Realization: a chat w Kathleen Cooper-Loher

December 16th, 2020


Kathleen Cooper-Loher is a poet and published short story writer. As a retired nurse Kathleen shares her experiences in developing her creative side. …

American Values are Based on Two Conflicting Philosophies: a chat w Chuck Holden

December 4th, 2020


During the summer of 2020 it was clear that American society was deeply divided. Police abuse of minorities, the Black Lives Matter movement, ICE …

What is Ascension and What Does It Mean for How We Feel: a chat w Kristina Bloom

December 3rd, 2020


Kristina Bloom is a spiritual advisor and author and today we discuss what is meant by Ascension? How does it relate to spirituality and our personal …

COVID and AI are Changing the Economy and Our Future: a chat w JT Kostman

November 20th, 2020


JT Kostman is a CEO, consultant and key figure in the utilization of Artificial Intelligence (AI) across the economy.  As the CEO of ProtectedBy.AI

The Economics of Happiness and Other Radical Ideas: a chat w Danny Blancheflower

November 17th, 2020


Danny Blancheflower is an Economist from Dartmouth College. He has served as in the Bank of England, National Bureau of Economic Research, as well as …

Energy, Economics and Society: a chat w Carey King

November 12th, 2020


Carey King is a researcher from University of Texas at Austin who focuses on economic modeling of how how fossil fuel energy affects the economy and society. We discuss his recently published book, The Economic …

Finding our Spiritual Path: a chat w Kristina Bloom

November 1st, 2020


Kristina Bloom is a spiritual advisor, empath, and medium. At a early age she realized she saw spirituality manifesting but was confronted by a society hell bent on denying our spiritual existence as human being. We …

Living Abundantly in an Age of COVID : a chat w Dan Mangena

October 30th, 2020


Dan Mangena is a coach, author and podcaster with abundant life experiance and tried and true strategies. As an expert and author he has a number of books and programs that help people become their best selves. Dan …

Conservatism in America: a chat w Chuck Holden

September 20th, 2020


This is an epic podcast... Chuck Holden is a professor of American History at St Mary's College of Md. His course of studies has lead him to study …

Plant-based Diets and Fitness: a chat w Geoff Palmer

September 14th, 2020


Geoff Palmer is a vegan body builder with a passion for promoting a plant-based diet and fitness. Geoff is the founder and CEO of Clean Machine

Laudato Si and Climate Change: a chat w Steve Knight

September 4th, 2020


Laudato Si is a papal encyclical issued by Pope Francis in 2015. I discuss its message with climate activist Steve Knight. The message is rich with insights valuable for people of all faiths. You can download the letter …

Solar Energy in 2020: a chat w Bill Driscoll

August 17th, 2020


Bill Driscoll is the founder of Ocean Solar, a NJ based firm that helps homeowners and business people take advantage of renewable energy.

Consumerism and Modern Society: a chat w Julia King

August 5th, 2020


Julia King is an anthropology professor at St Marys College of MD. Today we discuss how consumerism influences society, climate change, and how its …

Growing Entreprenuership in America:a chat w Robin Wilson an

July 30th, 2020


Robin Wilson, is an entreprenuer and author. She shares her insights into the need to foster new businesses, esp around sustainability. jonathan Cloud is the co-founder of possible

Comparing the Great Depression and the Current Economic Crisis: a chat w Chuck Holden

June 25th, 2020


Chuck Holden is a professor of History at St. Mary’s College of MD. Today we review the causes, policy decisions and history of the Great Depression …

What Does It Take To Mobilize To Address Climate Change? : a chat w Margaret Klein Salamon

June 18th, 2020


Margaret Klein Salamon is the Executive Director of The Climate Mobilization. She shares her perspective on what needs to be done to avert climate catastrophe. She is the author of Facing the Climate Emergency; in it …

Fostering the Move to Organic and Regenerative Farming: a chat w David Rose and Victoria Zelin-Cloud

June 15th, 2020


David Rose is the founder and CEO of JustOne Organics, a regenerative food system. David is a leading thinker in sustainability, ecovillages and …

How do we cut CO2 concentrations to 300ppm? a chat with Peter Fiekowsky and Jonathan Cloud

June 12th, 2020


Peter Fiekowsky is the founder and chairman of the Foundation for Climate Restoration.  Peter lays out a variety of strategies to reverse the build up of CO2 in the atmosphere. 

This conversation is another in a series …

The Current State of Climate Change : a chat w Mitch Wagener

June 9th, 2020


Mitch Wagener is a professor and educator on climate change, zoology and ecology. He has done a great deal of work on climate change and today we …

Building a Movement for Climate Action: a chat w Paul Zeitz and Jonathan Cloud

June 4th, 2020


Todays conversation is with Paul Zeitz, founder of Build A Movement 2020 and activist for Climate Restoration. We discuss the current conditions for …

Ageism, Psychedelics, and the Path Forward: a chat w Art Mitchell

May 26th, 2020


Retirement and old age are changing. As 10,000 baby boomers retire each day the landscape of society is shifting to adjust. Our older years are …

A Survivor of Coronavirus Shares His Experience: a chat w Bruce Kersten

May 13th, 2020


A few months ago when I talked to Bruce, Coronavirus was so dominent in the news he didnt even want to say "coronavirus", instead saying "the C word". A week later, unknown to me, he became infected with Coronavirus. …

Ecorestoration Strategies to Rebuild Degraded Environments: a chat w John D. Liu

April 29th, 2020


John D. Liu is a film maker and environmental activist. His film 'Green Gold" looks at how arid and degraded areas have been greened and restored …

Remaining Positive in 2020:a chat w Barbara McVeigh

March 27th, 2020


We talk to Barbara McVeigh about her effort to promote positivity in an age of stress and breakdown... nCov19, income inequality, market selloff, and more... How do we keep from being overwhelmed and carry on the fight …


March 18th, 2020


Bruce Kertsten is CEO of Savant Creative, an ethical and socially responsible marketing firm. We discuss how sustainability has changed and evolved …

Reporting on nCov19 in China: a chat w Jennifer Zeng

March 14th, 2020


Jennifer Zeng is a correspondent with NTD and has been reporting on the Wuhan virus since January 2020. she shares her insights and experience which in many ways runs counter to the official version of the truth.

To …

A World Beyond War:a chat w Greta Zarro

February 25th, 2020


Greta Zarro is organizing director of World Beyond War, an organization dedicated to grass roots opposition to the military industrial complex. War is the largest contributer to human suffering and environmental …

Managing Health Risk in 2020:a chat w Kathleen Cooper-Loher

February 11th, 2020


Kathleen Cooper-Loher is a former OR nurse and she shares her insights on the US healthcare system. We discuss the nCov in china and how individuals can manage risk and protect themselves.

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Human Trafficking on the Rise: a chat w Kelly Galindo

January 13th, 2020


Kelly Galindo is a film maker and activist looking to raise awareness of the issue of Human Trafficking. Her film "26 Seconds" looks at this crisis in the modern world, as well as the organizations that are fighting …

The Tragedy of Homelessness: a chat w Gary Susich

January 10th, 2020


Today we chat with Gary Susich... he shares his experience being homeless for 3 years and how he currently helps the homeless in his community. 

It is a touching conversation about an issue that will become increasingly …

Climate Adaptation and Systems Analysis: a chat w Ugo Bardi

January 8th, 2020


Ugo Bardi is a systems analyst focusing on the complex interrelationships of factors that are driving climate change. Mr Bardi is based in Florence …

Politics and Income Inequality: a chat w Chuck Holden

January 6th, 2020


Chuck Holden is a professor of American History at Saint Mary's College of Maryland. Holden shares his insights on the role income inequality plays …

Building a Renewable Energy Model for the Economy: a chat w Carey King

January 2nd, 2020


Carey King is a researcher at University of Texas and is developing an economic model that relates energy inputs to societal outputs. What impact has fossil fuels had on wage suppression and poverty? How can renewables …

Conversations Around Climate: a chat w Jamie Joy Throgmorton

December 26th, 2019


Jamie Joy Throgmorton is a former attorney and activist that is dedicating her life to motivating people to take action in addressing climate change. She has a facebook group called "Climate Conversations (and …

A Christmas Wish for AI: a chat with Alex Moltzau

December 24th, 2019


Alex Moltzau is a consultant with KPMG Norway on Artificial Intelligence and its impact on business and society. We discussed the challenges around …

Daily Medicine: a chat w Wayne Snellgrove

December 21st, 2019


Wayne Snellgrove is a native american teacher and lecturer on native spirituality. He recently published a book called Daily Medicine, written during a healing retreat in Canada. His perspective is healing and …

An Anthropological View of Climate Change: a chat w Julia King

December 20th, 2019


Julia King is a professor of Antropology at Saint Mary's College of Maryland. We discuss how Climate Change can be examined through a different lense …

AI and Labor: a chat w Dr. Marcell Vollmer

December 17th, 2019


Dr. Vollmer is at the forefront of AI and seeing its impact on business and labor. He shares his unique perspective and offers valuable insights. Dr. …

Living a Happier, Healthier Life Through Giving: a chat w Stephen Post

November 8th, 2019


Stephen Post has a diverse background and pooled his experience to write a book titled "Why Good Things Happen to Good People: How to Live a Longer, …

Impacting Animal Health Through the Humane League: a chat w Wendy Watts

October 25th, 2019


The Humane League works cooperatively with industry to improve the health and lives of animals. 2019 has been a year of tremendous progress with more coming on the horizon. Wendy offers great insight into an important …

Improving Soil Quality: a chat w Elizabeth Pearce

October 21st, 2019


Because of climate change and soil degradation we are in danger of falling crop yields. I talk to Elizabeth Pearce about advances that may help to address both problems in the immediate future.

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Finding a Sacred Space, Praying and Healing: a chat w Wayne William Snellgrove

August 2nd, 2019


Wayne William Snellgrove, a medicine man from Fishing Lake First Nation, who recently reconnected with his family after being seperated as a child. During the summer he went home on a spiritual pilgramige and offers …

Helping the Victims of Climate Change: a chat w Jacalyn Heinl

July 25th, 2019


Jacalyn Heinl is a scientist and humanitarian. She shares her experiences as an eyewitness to "how we got here" regarding Climate Change and the impact it is having on people who suffer destructive climate events. Great …

Healing from Families and Trauma: a chat w Jeanne McCulloch

July 22nd, 2019


Jeanne McCulloch is author of "All Happy Families" which has recently been released in paperback. We discuss issues around trauma, alcoholism, and …

As hurricane season starts... : a chat w Bruce Kersten

July 19th, 2019


Climate Change is affecting weather patterns and we have seen the wettest 12 month period in US history. Bruce Kersten is a specialist in property insurance with Bradley and Parker. He offers insights and valuable …

Healing and Addiction: a chat w Mindy Vanderford

July 1st, 2019


Mindy Vanderford is with Crestone Freedom Project in Colorado. She shares her expertise around addiction, its causes, and healing from addiction.  


Building Hugels and Permaculture: a chat w Jeff Bass

June 29th, 2019


Jeff Bass is a retired scientist and permaculture evangelist. We discussed his work in building hugels and educating people about permaculture. He …

The Disappearing Middle Class: a chat w Peter Temin

June 26th, 2019


Peter Temin is an MIT Economist and author of "The Disappearing Middle Class: Prejudice and Power in a Dual Economy". Together we examine what is driving wealth inequality and social problems, and what we need to do to …

Social Justice and Overcoming: a chat w Karen Dunscomb

June 17th, 2019


Karen Dunscomb is an educator and social justice activist. She shares her experience in helping others, especially in terms of addressing homelessness. Its a conversation rich in love and compassion.


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Integrating Eastern and Western Medicine for Real Results: a chat w Brian Dailey

June 11th, 2019


Brian Dailey is Medical Director of Urgent Care Now in Webster, NY. He has spent decades integrating the use of Reiki and sound therapy with western …

Using Yoga to Treat Arthritis: a chat w Steffany Moonaz

June 9th, 2019


Steffany Moonaz is a holistic practitioner and therapist helping people who suffer with arthritis live their best lives. A great discussion of the …

Dead Meat: a chat w Michael Martin

June 6th, 2019


Michael Martin is with Physicians for Social Responsibility and a researcher at UCSF. He has an extensive background in examining the impact red meat has on peoples health, as well as the health of the planet. …

Plant-Based Food as a Pathway to Healing: a chat w Edward Esko

June 3rd, 2019


Edward Esko is an entrepreneur and teacher of plant-based cooking. He recently set up the Kushi School in NYC that combines the teaching of …

Integrating Plant-Based Into Hospitals: a chat w Shannon Farrell

May 29th, 2019


Shannon Farrell is medical professional who is on a mission; integrate plant-based diets into medical treatments at hospitals.

She shares her insights and experience... lots of value here for us to reclaim our best …

Climate Change driving Extreme Weather: a chat w Jeff Berardelli

May 25th, 2019


Jeff Berbardelli is an extreme weather expert and meteorologist. He shares his perspective of the changes taking place in weather and factors related …

Improving Medical Training for a Changing World: a chat w Robert Gould

May 23rd, 2019


Robert Gould is a longtime member of Physicians for Social Responsibility and professor at UCSF focused on improving and updating the medical …

Climate Change... a Farmers' Perspective: a chat w Kevin Fulton

May 17th, 2019


Kevin Fulton is a multi-generational Nebraska farmer. We discuss the impact of climate change and the recent rain bomb cyclone has had on the …

Economic Models for the Anthropocene Era: a chat w Carey King

May 15th, 2019


Carey King is a researcher and professor at University of Texas Energy Institute. He has been working at developing economic models that account for …

Raising Environmental Awareness In Schools: A chat w Dave Finnigan

May 13th, 2019


Dave Finnigan is the founder of Green Actioneers, a school based program to foster environmentalism and leadership building in schools and families. …

The Plant-Based Food Industry Comes of Age: a chat w Anthony Tabanji

May 10th, 2019


Anthony Tabanji is with Sprouted Ventures, a firm that helps develop companies in the Plant-Based food space. The recent IPO of Beyond Meat is just the latest indicator of success in this growing market. We discuss …

How to Manage the Aging Process: a chat w Hans Parge

May 8th, 2019


Hans Parge is a lifestyle and health coach dedicated to helping people live high quality lives, regardless of age. Hans outlines a variety of strategies that people need to commit to in order to avoid negative outcomes …

The Current State of Environmental Law in Pennsylvania: a chat w Joe Minott and Robert Routh

May 6th, 2019


Joe Minott and Robert Routh are with the Clean Air Council. The Clean Air Council has been active in protecting the environment in PA, NJ, and DE for over 50 years. It is a legacy to be proud of, but they are not done …

Dealing with the Psychological Impact of Climate Change: a chat w Lise Van Susteren

May 2nd, 2019


Lise Van Susteren is a practicing psychiatrist and a member of Physicians for Social Responsibility. Since 2008 she has worked on issues involving …

Residential Solar on the Rise: a chat w Dave Brown

April 30th, 2019


Dave Brown is a solar energy consultant who helps home owners install solar. 

The economy is changing... solar has been become increasingly …

What a Difference a Year Makes in Animal Activism: a chat w Chase Avior

April 24th, 2019


Chase Avior is a leader and activist in the fight against speciesism. In the past year there have been substantial changes in the field of animal …

Helping Non-Profits Magnify Their Impact: a chat w Matt Hugg

April 23rd, 2019


Matt Hugg is the founder of, an organization designed to help educate, train and inform nonprofit leaders and organizations. Matt shares his breadth of experience to a field where many people have to …

Growing Gardens and a Warming Climate: a chat w Saskia Esslinger

April 19th, 2019


Saskia Esslinger is an entrepreneur and coach helping people grow their own food. She shares her experience and insight to inspire us to get outside and start digging. We also discuss the warming climate of Alaska and …

How is Climate Change Affecting India: a chat w Gopal Patel

April 17th, 2019


Gopal Patel is a climate activist working with organizations world wide to address climate change and the social issues it magnifies. India is …

Cleaning Up Environmental Messes Related to Abandoned Coal Mines: a chat w Bobby Hughes

April 15th, 2019


Bobby Hughes is a lifelong environmentalist and President of EPCAMR, a non-profit that coordinates clean up efforts for Pennsylvania's abandoned coal …

Crafting a Message To Address Sustainability: A chat w Marissa Rosen

April 13th, 2019


Marissa Rosen is the founder of marketing and branding firm Climate Social. Today we discuss the messaging around climate change and sustainability, and what companies can do to improve their future prospects in a …

Fighting Human Trafficking in LA: a chat w Michelle Gomez

April 11th, 2019


Michelle Gomez is a social activist in southern California and she was kind enough to share some insights into a new program designed to fight Human Trafficking in Los Angeles. The program not only works to prevent …

The Health Impact of Fossil Fuels: a chat w Barbara Donachy

April 8th, 2019


Fossil fuels have a negative impact on health on many levels. Today we chat with Barbara Donachy, a health professional with Physicians for Social …

Teens, PTSD, Depression and Healing: a chat w Cindy Beers

April 6th, 2019


In the past few weeks two teens who survived the Parkland shooting took their own life. It seems as if the modern age is taking a huge toll on the …

How is AI Changing Education and Why It Can't Happen Fast Enough: a chat w JT Kostman

April 4th, 2019


Today we discuss the changes taking place within Education and the role AI is playing to make improvements with JT Kostman. JT Kostman is a data …

Corporate Change and the Need to Evolve: a chat w David Belden

April 2nd, 2019


David Belden is the CEO of ExecuVision International, a firm dedicated to improving the quality of Leadership within companies around the world. David shares his experience and insights as we examine some of the issues …

Creating a Food Revolution: a chat w Ocean Robbins

March 30th, 2019


Ocean Robbins has an amazing story and for decades has been leading people to change their diet and their quality of life. Great insights on the need for people to effect change in their lives. His new book 31 Day Food …

The Doctrine of Discovery and the Basis of Racism: a chat w Mark Charles

March 27th, 2019


Mark Charles is a social activist, writer and teacher; We met each other at the Indigenous Peoples March in January 2019. Mr. Charles discusses the Doctrine of Discovery and why it is crucial to understand for anyone …

Yoga is Vegan: a chat w Holly Skodis

March 22nd, 2019


Holly Skodis is a yoga teacher, vegan life coach and educator who has a new project called "Yoga is Vegan". The goal is to build awareness within the …

Ageism, Purpose and the Process to Becoming Elders: a chat w Art Mitchell

March 19th, 2019


Art Mitchell is the author of "Grateful, Not Dead", a book he recently published about the retirement, the process of growing older and how we can …

Poetry Therapy and Healing Trauma: a chat w Nancy Scherlong

March 16th, 2019


Our chat today is with Nancy Scherlong, a councilor and therapist who specializes in using poetry therapy to help people heal from trauma and abuse. She offers valuable insights into the ability of creative arts to help …

Greenland and Sea Level Rise: a chat w John Englander

March 8th, 2019


John Englander, author and sea level rise expert, shares his insights and observations of the current state of Greenland's ice sheet and its continuing effect on global sea level rise.  


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A Start Towards Restructuring Our Society: third reading from Points of Rebellion by William O. Douglas

February 24th, 2019


 William O. Douglas was an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court from 1939- 1980. In 1970 he published "Points Of Rebellion", a description of the challenges facing American society and the first amendment of the …

The Green New Deal and the Politics of Climate Change: a chat w Karl Aldinger

February 23rd, 2019


Karl Aldinger is a climate activist and organizer with the Sunrise Movement. We discuss the Green New Deal, grass roots organizing, and the path forward to address climate change.


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Marx, Eco-socialism and the Green New Deal: a chat w Steve Knight

February 22nd, 2019


Steve Knight has a background in finance and is a group discussion leader at the Marxist Education Project. We discuss what philosophical connections exist between Marx and environmentalism, esp in the context of …

Healing and Hope from the Indigenous Peoples March: a chat w Wayne Snellgrove

February 15th, 2019


Wayne Snellgrove is a teacher and Native American Elder. We met at the Indigenous Peoples March in January. There Wayne offered a really incredible opening prayer that initiated a day of healing and connection. As we …

The Legions of Dissent: second reading from Points of Rebellion by William O. Douglas

February 14th, 2019


 William O. Douglas was an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court from 1939- 1980. In 1970 he published "Points Of Rebellion", a description of the challenges facing American society and the first amendment of the …

Animal Rescue and Social Impact: a chat w Priya Sawhney

February 10th, 2019


Priya Sawhney is an organizer and activist with Direct Action Everywhere, an organization working for revolutionary social and political change on …

Coal, Climate and Health: a chat w Alan Lockwood

February 8th, 2019


Alan Lockwood is senior scientist and past president of Physicians for Social Responsibility. He has spent his life campaigning against the health impacts of coal. In this chat we discuss not only coal, but the impact …

Regenerative Medicine and Extending High Quality Life: a chat w Kelly Martin

February 6th, 2019


Kelly Martin is CEO of Inovium Labs LLC and is bringing together theory and practices to lengthen and improve the quality of the lives that we lead. As we age and live longer, as we see our loved ones live their final …

Art, Veganism, and "the Ugly Truth": a chat w Mary J. Kirsch

February 4th, 2019


Mary J. Kirsch is a professional artist who specializes in watercolors. Her newest series of paintings is titled "the Ugly Truth" and it exposes the …

The Polar Vortex and Arctic Warming: a chat w Judah Cohen

February 2nd, 2019


Judah Cohen is a climatologist and shares his expertise to help us better understand the current cold snap that is affecting the country. We discuss …

How America Views Dissent: first reading from Points of Rebellion by William O. Douglas

January 31st, 2019


William O. Douglas was an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court from 1939- 1980. In 1970 he published "Points Of Rebellion", a description of the challenges facing American society and the first amendment of the …

Nuclear Energy and Climate Change: a chat w Swedina Hurt

January 27th, 2019


Swedina Hurt is a nuclear activist and shares some personal stories related to her struggle against the nuclear power industry, issues of corruption and safety, and how all this relates to the climate change crisis. We …

The Government Shutdown, Labor, and Connectedness: a chat w Barbara McVeigh

January 25th, 2019


Barbara McVeigh is an author, social activist, and filmmaker. Her father was one of the striking Air Traffic Controllers during the early eighties. …

Interconnectedness and Living our Highest Quality Lives: a chat w Glenna Crooks

January 23rd, 2019


Glenna Crooks is co-founder of CogentSage and author. She has a unique perspective on the lives we lead. She has been examining the relationships and …

Building Climate Resilient Communities: a chat w Barbara Warren

January 20th, 2019


Barbara Warren is a retired physician and member of Physicians for Social Responsibility. We discuss the impact of Climate Change on peoples health and the need to build Climate Resilient Communities. The need to take …

Healing in the Age of #MeToo: a chat w Veronica Monet

January 11th, 2019


Veronica Monet is an intuitive relationship coach, anger management specialist and certified sexologist. As a survivor of a lifetime of sexual abuse, …

Businesses Are Employing AI: a chat w JT Kostman

December 21st, 2018


This is my second interview with JT Kostman, consultant and expert in data science and Artificial Intelligence. We discuss how businesses have begun …

Connecting Good Health to Good Diet: a chat w Sahra Pak

December 18th, 2018


Sahra Pak is a public health specialist and registered dietitian and recently presented at the GFI Conference in San Francisco. We discuss the connections between the quality of our health and the quality of the food we …

AI and American Labor Productivity: a chat w Rob Atkinson

December 14th, 2018


Rob Atkinson is the President of Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, a non-partisan think tank located in Washington, DC working to …

Veganism and Climate Change: a chat w Sailesh Rao

December 7th, 2018


Sailesh Rao in the director of Climate Healers and we discuss how Veganism can help address the climate crisis.


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Medicine and Gun Violence: a chat w Stephanie Bonne, MD

December 3rd, 2018


Dr. Stephanie Bonne is a trauma and emergency room physician at Rutgers School of Medicine. We recently discussed the reaction of doctors to the …

Promoting Diversity in the Workplace: a chat w Rhodes Perry

December 1st, 2018


Rhodes Perry is the author of "Belonging At Work", as well as an advocate and consultant promoting diversity in the workplace. Many recent studies …

A Prayer For Compassion: a chat w Thomas Wade Jackson

November 22nd, 2018


"A Prayer For Compassion" is a new movie exploration about the spiritual roots we all share and the urgent need for Veganism on the planet. Thomas …

Solving Homelessness: a chat w Michael Rowe

November 20th, 2018


Homelessness is a growing issue that is reinforced by multiple issues; financial insecurity, psychological issues, alcoholism, crime. How do we …

Experiencing Hurricane Maria First Hand: a chat w Stephanie Morales

November 15th, 2018


Stephanie Morales was born in Puerto Rico and lived through the tragedy of Hurricane Maria. She shares her story and insights... its one of the most moving conversations I have ever had.


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The Role of Young People in Fighting Climate Change: a chat w Michael Allen

November 8th, 2018


Michael Allen is a film-maker who is tackling the issue of climate change with his latest film, "How Hot Is It Going To Get?" He discusses in detail …

Signs of Abrupt Climate Change: a chat w Kevin Hester

November 5th, 2018


Kevin Hester is a climate researcher studying "abrupt climate change". He shares his insights as to current feedback loops feeding climate change and weather disruptions.


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PTSD, Trauma and Healing: a chat w Deborah Roberts

November 3rd, 2018


Deb Roberts is a counselor and trauma therapist. She shares insights on the impact of trauma on our overall health and how we can better heal ourselves.


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Building Empowerment, Community, and Hurricane Resistant Housing in Fiji:a chat w Philip Mirkin

October 31st, 2018


Philip Mirkin is an educator and social activist who is currently working in Fiji to build Hurricane resistant housing for residents. The mission has since expanded to incorporate community building, training and woman …

The Environmental and Economic Impact of RedTide in Florida: a chat w Ken Hinkle

October 29th, 2018


We discuss the causes and impacts of RedTide in Florida with Ken Hinkle, the president of Indian Riverkeepers, part of the Riverkeeper Alliance. Corporate and government decisions are having a negative impact on peoples …

Social Justice and the Migrant Caravan: a chat w Barbara McVeigh

October 27th, 2018


Barbara McVeigh is a social justice advocate, writer and film maker from Marin, California. She has worked for a number of years with Guatemalan migrants and she shares her insights about the conditions and causes that …

On the Front Lines of Climate Change: a chat w Alekz Londos

October 24th, 2018


Alekz Londos has spent the last 10 years as a photojournalist and first responder dealing with climate change. His experience has brought empathy and understanding that we all can benefit from. Alekz most recently was …

Conscious Aging and Creative Retirement: a chat w Art Mitchell

October 8th, 2018


Art Mitchell is a consultant and author who is focused on conscious living and conscious aging. His current book is titled "Creative …

Mobilizing for Climate Disruption:a chat w Janice Kirsch

September 21st, 2018


Janet Kirsch is a physician and speaker with 350 Bay Area. We had Initially talked days before hurricane Florence made landfall. We chat today about the need to approach climate disruption with increased vigor and …

The Science of cellular aquaculture:a chat w Michael Selden

September 14th, 2018


Michael Selden is co-founder and CEO of Finless Foods. His goal is to "become the world leader of seafood produced for mass consumption using …

How Do You Create Plant Based Meats:a chat w Sadrah Schadel

September 12th, 2018


Sadrah Schadel is co-founder of No Evil Foods, a company that provides plant based meat alternatives. She writes, "In 2014 I co-founded No Evil Foods out of a desire to offer the best & most sustainable proteins on …

Breadfruit has Global Potential: a chat w Todd Manley

September 6th, 2018


Todd Manley is a chef and CEO of Mutiny Island Vodka, a tropical spirit made from breadfruit. He is in the vanguard of developing the use of …

Rethinking Seafood: a chat w Lou Cooperhouse

September 4th, 2018


Lou Cooperhouse is CEO of BlueNalu, a company dedicated to being a global leader in "cellular aquaculture", providing consumers with great tasting, …

Organic Farms Go High Tech: a chat w Steve Smith

August 28th, 2018


Steve Smith is a co-founder of OrganicShopping.Com, an UBER-like app that connects consumers directly to organic farms to provide high quality food at lower costs and higher social impact. Small farms now have a chance …

Clean Meat vs Factory Farms: a chat w Paul Shapiro

August 23rd, 2018


Paul Shapiro is the author of "Clean Meat: How growing meat without animals will revolutionize dinner and the world". He is also CEO of The Better …

Transforming Food for the Future: a chat w Bruce Friedrich

August 21st, 2018


Bruce Friedrich is CEO of Good Food Institute, a non profit focused of developing and promoting healthier and more sustainable food alternatives.


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Helping Survivors of Abuse and HT: a chat w Kelly Dore

August 19th, 2018


Human Trafficking is a huge issue, even in the United States. This is a follow up conversation with Kelly Dore, executive director of the National …

"GMOs and Nuclear Power is Safe": a chat w Gab Ignetti

August 17th, 2018


This episode is extremely controversial. Gab Ignetti has a podcast called EcoModernist. He contends that science is being undercut by "back to …

Growing Food Efficiently Anywhere: a chat w Mike Straight

August 15th, 2018


This was an exciting episode!! Mike Straight is the CEO of Farmpod, a company that has developed a way to cost efficiently grow high quality food in any climate and any location. With temperatures rising and weather …

New Tech for Regenerative Ag: a chat w Elizabeth Pearce

August 9th, 2018


Elizabeth Pearce of SymSoil discusses new technology that can benefit regenerative agriculture, while addressing climate change. Interesting stuff!!


Business Risks Around Climate Change: a chat w Scott Nadler

August 1st, 2018


Scott Nadler is a longtime consultant for businesses, especially when it comes to integrating climate risks into their calculations. This is a great …

Art, Empathy, and Climate Change: a chat w Amy Brady

July 29th, 2018


Amy Brady is a poet and editor and is responsible for leading several artistic projects to help artists express what is happening with climate change and sea level rise. Her key piece of advice on how we effect real …

Addressing Sea Level Rise Through the Arts: a chat w E. Rush

July 27th, 2018


Elizabeth Rush is the author of "Rising", a contemporary novel on the impact of climate change. Her work provides insights and understanding that can help more people understand and address the risks we are facing due …

Managing Risk from Climate Change: a chat w Jeff Colgan

July 23rd, 2018


Jeff Colgan is the Richard Holbrooke Associate Professor of Political Science and International and Public Affairs at Brown University. His recent …

Lessons from my father...: a chat w Barbara McVeigh

July 13th, 2018


Barbara McVeigh is the author of "Redemption: How Ronald Reagan nearly ruined my life". In this podcast she shares her experiences growing up in …

AI and Jobs: a chat w Erman Akdogan

July 11th, 2018


Erman Akdogan is a leader in AI and cloud technology, having worked on Watson at IBM. He shares his view on how AI is affecting jobs and the economy.

How AI and Robots Can Help Mankind :a chat w Harry Novic

July 9th, 2018


Harry Novic is an engineer with Samsung, a global leader in robotics and AI. Harry shares his view of a brighter future, as well as the challenges to come.


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Coops, Clean Power and the Future: a chat w Dan Orzech

July 6th, 2018


Dan Orzech is the GM of the Oregon Clean Power Cooperative; we discuss the opportunity to grow renewable energy using a different economic model. There are important insights he shares that have application nationwide.


Regenerative Design and Climate: a chat with Oliver Goshey

July 2nd, 2018


Oliver Goshey is an innovator in the field of Regenerative Design and Agriculture. He took his diverse life experience and founded Abundant Edge, a …

Childhood Trauma and Our Health: a chat w Jeffrey Friedman

June 22nd, 2018


I talked to Jeffrey Friedman about his PhD thesis on the impact of childhood trauma on peoples health throughout their lives. The findings are eye opening and something we all need to be aware of.


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Ocean Health and Climate Change:a chat w Tapani Vuori

June 20th, 2018


Tapani Vuori is the director of the Maui Ocean Center and Marine Institute. He shares insights into the links between climate, environment, and ocean health.


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Creating Sustainable Real Estate:a chat w Marla Thalheimer

June 15th, 2018


Marla Thalheimer is a consultant with RE Tech Advisors. She helps property owners improve their bottom line while addressing sustainability issues …

"Building a human economy":a chat with Andrew Yang

June 7th, 2018


Andrew Yang is an author and entrepreneur. Mr Yang is a proponent of Universal Basic Income as a way to address some of the disruption being caused by the growth of AI. AI is changing the economy and Mr Yang discusses …

Climate and Biology: a chat with Erik Van Lennap

June 5th, 2018


I connected to Erik Van Lennap on LinkedIn and discussed the role of ecology and sustainable design in Climate Change. Great conversation!

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Climate Changing: a chat with Paul Beckwith

May 30th, 2018


I first talked to Paul Beckwith 2 years ago. We recently chatted to discuss what changes he is seeing develop in the climate system. He also shares …

Earthships and Sustainable Building: an interview with...

May 24th, 2018


Michael Reynolds is the founder of Earthships, a sustainable building project located in Taos NM. I asked him to describe what goes into creating a …

A Buddhist View of Climate Change:a Chat with Robert Thurman

May 19th, 2018


Robert Thurman, is the founder of Tibet House and close personal friend of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. While attending the Spring 2018 Ram Dass …

Advice for Young People: a chat with Duncan Trussell

May 15th, 2018


I connected with Duncan Trussell, famed pod-caster and comedian, at the 2018 Spring Ram Dass retreat in Maui, HI. As a spiritual entrepreneur, I asked him what advice he had for young people getting started in the …

Entrepreneurship and the Law: a chat with Melissa Jaffe

May 13th, 2018


Melissa Jaffe is an attorney who works with entrepreneurs. We chatted while attending the Ram Dass retreat in Maui in Spring 2018. She offers advice that can help people starting their own business.


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“It is an age of choice...”: chat with Emmanuel/Jo Clarkson

April 3rd, 2018


What is the relationship between spirituality and climate change. This interview looks at climate from a unique vantage point. Amazing message that is much needed today. 🙏❤️🙏


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Climate Change and Society: an interview with Peter Buckland

March 27th, 2018


Peter Buckland is with Penn States Sustainability Institute and a township official. I wanted to learn more of the connections between climate change …

Glyphosate and Autism: an interview with Stephanie Seneff

March 21st, 2018


Stephanie Seneff is an MIT researcher who has done extensive work showing the connection between Glyphosate and Autism and other health issues.


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US Intelligence Agencies Cite Climate Change Risks

March 14th, 2018


Government agencies are citing the risk that climate change will create social and economic disruption.


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Ethical issues around AI: a chat w Chris Butler

March 9th, 2018


A discussion with Chris Butler on the impact of AI on business


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The Current State of Renewables: a chat with Jigar Shah

March 2nd, 2018


Jigar Shah is a leader in the renewable energy and solar industry. I was able to chat with him for a few moments to get his opinion of the clean tech …

Climate Risk: an interview with Ian Dunlop

February 28th, 2018


This recording is one of my first interviews on the subject of climate change in 2017. There is a transcribed version in my blog. Ian Dunlop is a climate activist with a background in the oil and coal industry.


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Climate Impact on Bangladesh: a chat w/ M Zakir Hossain Khan

February 26th, 2018


Mr. Khan recently attended COP23 and is helping Bangladesh address issues around climate change. He brings a unique perspective to a global issue.


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Creating a Coalition to Fight HT: a chat with Kelly Dore

February 23rd, 2018


Kelly Dore is bringing together diverse organizations to combat human trafficking and help victims.


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James Cox

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How will AI affect labor? : a chat w JT Kostman

February 21st, 2018


AI and the Evolution of Labor: an interview with JT Kostman. How will the job market be changed in the coming years and what can we do to prepare?


Cash Flow is Key for Start-ups:a chat w John Currie

February 19th, 2018


Growing your business and focusing on getting to positive cash flow is key. An interview with John Currie.


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Fighting Human Trafficking : a chat w Killian Moote

February 16th, 2018


An interview with Kilian Moote.


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Veganism: a chat with Chase Avior

February 14th, 2018


Veganism and Animal Rights. A chat with chase Avior...


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The science behind climate a chat w Ethan Seigel

February 12th, 2018


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The future of AI : a chat w Nikki Hallgrimsdottir

February 3rd, 2018


An interview with Nikki Hallgrimsdottir to discuss the development of AI and the effect on the economy.


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