Episode #33 Feeling for the Edges of Ourselves - talking empowerment, neuroscience and societal change with Adam Hamdyapple podcastsstitcherspotifygoogle-playAdam Hamdy is a novelist, screenwriter, advisor-to-ministers (not that they necessarily listen, but that's...
How would our world feel if our local, regional and national politics really listened to all the people, really brought together diverse views, and knew how to listen deeply to whatever was said? How would we be if our politics brought out the best in all of us, and worked for the living planet?
What if we could see the nature of the stories that drive us, how would we be? Would we be able to change them? And what would we want in their place? This week, Alnoor Ladha, mystic, visionary, activist and regenerative farmer explores the four ways to change the world.
What if we had a way to draw carbon out of the air, heal our ecosystems and feed the world? We do: It’s called Regenerative Agriculture and the understanding of how we do this is key to a flourishing future. But we need to listen to the land first…
An end-of-year round up of the best fiction and non-fiction books – and podcasts – of 2020. All are my opinion and this is only a tiny selection of the really good stuff out there – But it’s good. Enjoy!
It’s our Birthday… and it’s the December Solstice, the time of transition and potential transformation . Manda shares books, podcasts and existential questions with two podcasting friends…
How can we make learning a genuinely transformational experience? One that’s fun, and inspiring and that teaches us HOW to think, not WHAT to think? Rachel Musson had given her life to asking this question and ThoughtBox is her answer.
How bad are things really? Is it too late to avert the climate and ecological catastrophe? And if not, how do we pull ourselves back from the brink? Exploring answers with Professor Paul Behrens, author of ‘The Best of Times, The Worst of Times’
How can we take the radical, renegade, rule-breaking, revolutionary ideals of the golden age of Pirates and transmute them to gold in our world? Alex Barker, author of ‘How to be More Pirate’ lays out the maps to the treasure of change.
In the midst of nonviolent direct action, is a red thread, holding the liminal space between the old and the new, between action and re-action, between hope and extinction. The Red Rebel Brigade is a distinctive feature of XR Actions and here we have a glimpse from the inside.
‘We cannot save the planet by playing by the rules, so the rules have to be changed.’ What new rules might we all sign up to? Shelley Ostroff talks of her Earth Codes as a basis for a generative future.
How do we shift the narratives of business so that it becomes part of the solution, not the core of the problem? How can businesses adapt – and become part of a genuinely regenerative future?