How is it possible to maintain perspective on the polycrisis? Dr. Lyla June Johnston, who is of Navajo, Cheyenne, and European lineages, has brilliantly woven her knowledge into her public speaking and multigenre art, inspiring international audiences towards personal, collective, and ecological healing.
How do we find true belonging, and true community in the most literal sense of that word? To answer this question, Dr. Yuria Celidwen, from Chiapas, Mexico, combines Indigenous studies, cultural psychology, and contemplative science in her research.
More than ever before, it is grossly obvious that the western industrialized extractivist mindset is the root cause of the multiple crises besieging the planet today. I couldn’t think of a better person to speak with about this than Dr. Anne Poelina in Australia.
This podcast is about bringing forward the perspectives of Indigenous communities from around the world, as all of us, humans and more than humans alike, reckon with the consequences of a global, industrial society built on growth, extraction, and colonialism.
As Post Carbon Institute and Resilience.org celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day, we’re excited to launch a new podcast series – Holding the Fire: Indigenous Voices on the Great Unraveling.
Laura Oldanie is a green living and money coach who blogs at Rich & Resilient Living, where she explores money and lifestyle choices for a regenerative future. She answers the question of “What Could Possibly Go Right?”
A new report seeks to build a coherent narrative about the roots of the ‘polycrisis,’ the signs of its arrival and evolution, and why we should be thinking differently about the future.
Meet Elon Musk, the Muskian mogul who Elon Musks his way to the pinnacle of Muskitude.
Meet Jack Welch, celebrated wrecker of real jobs and leading light of Wall Street wankers. Please share this episode with your friends and start a conversation.
Meet Ray Kurzweil, who combines Moore’s Law with nanobots in a faux recipe to cheat death.
Meet Steven Pinker, whose denial of limits increases the likelihood of his worst fear: the end of the Enlightenment.
Season 5 of the Crazy Town podcast launches today, with a new theme to help maintain its laugh-so-you-don’t-cry sensibility: Phalse Prophets(TM).