How did we get here? How bad are things really? Is there still hope? (Yes!) and… crucially – what can we do, individually, collectively, in our businesses, in our governments, around the world, to turn the bus from the edge of the cliff? Professor Mark Maslin is a climate scientist with a mission to explain in clear terms all we need to know. And he does it with panache, enthusiasm and optimism.
The Hijacking of our Common Law
Does the law take care of you? Does it work in your interests, for a common sense of justice – a genuine common-weal? If not, why not? And what can we do to change the way things are going? Mothiur Rahman of New Economy Law explores our current crisis of agency.
Braver Angels: healing the political chasm
How can be rebuild trust in politics, politicians and each other? How would it feel to be free of partisan divisions? Could we heal our world in time? Braver Angels is dedicated to helping people bridge divides – to find the better angels of themselves and each other.
ReWorlding: Co-Creating a Politics of Wholeness
How would the world flourish if our politics were based on trust? And how can we make that happen? This episode explores what it means to be human, to trust, to grow and to dare to be different.
Honouring the Children
How would our world be if we based every act on the impact it would have down the generations? What do our children – and their children – need us to do now, to grant them a flourishing future? A simple video asks that question and invites our children to answer.
Wild Law and Justice in action
Why does the law not protect us? Why does our government not strive every sinew to keep us safe at all levels? What would it look like if the law did protect, care for and sustain common people?
The Town that Shaped its World
We all know national politics is in a state of chaos. But local governance can be a place of enlivening, inspiring, radical change. Pam Barrett speaks of her work to change the nature of her local town council – what she achieved – and how we can do the same.
Models of Mind
How different would our world be if we understood how our minds – and feelings – worked? How would our workplaces change if everyone was doing their best to understand how everyone else experienced the world? Dr Rachel Lilley describes how shifting our perspectives changes everything – from work to home to government.
The Best of Times, The Worst of Times
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’
Feeling for the Edges of Ourselves – talking empowerment, neuroscience and societal change with Adam Hamdy
What links the neuroscience of love, the embracing of failure and the pheromones of trees? Adam Hamdy, novelist, screenwriter and sense-maker in an increasingly non-sensical world shares ways to be the best of ourselves, and help others to reach the same place.
Imagineering 2: Weaving a flourishing future with Miki Kashtan
In this second of two episodes, practical visionary, Miki Kashtan, lays out her visions of a flourishing, generative future based on providing for the needs of all – the human and More-Than-Human world. And how to get there.
Imagineering: ReWeaving the Human Fabric with Miki Kashtan
How can we reweave the fabric of humanity to create a world where everyone’s deepest needs are met? How do we even know what our deepest needs are – for security (physical and emotional), freedom, connection and meaning? Miki Kashtan gives us answers – and a vision of the future.