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Radio Ecoshock Show: Can You Imagine A Better Future? Can You?, Segment 1

6 days 11 hours ago
The Transition Town movement spread from Totnes England to more than 50 countries all over the world. Rob Hopkins co-founded that movement. He is its most public face. So why did Rob move on to create an imaginary life? We talk about Rob's book "What If?" Plus California scientist Patrick Brown: will climate damage slow down our greenhouse gas emissions?
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Can You Imagine A Better Future? Can You?, Segment 1

6 days 11 hours ago
The Transition Town movement spread from Totnes England to more than 50 countries all over the world. Rob Hopkins co-founded that movement. He is its most public face. So why did Rob move on to create an imaginary life? We talk about Rob's book "What If?" Plus California scientist Patrick Brown: will climate damage slow down our greenhouse gas emissions?
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Can You Imagine A Better Future? Can You?, Segment 1

6 days 11 hours ago
The Transition Town movement spread from Totnes England to more than 50 countries all over the world. Rob Hopkins co-founded that movement. He is its most public face. So why did Rob move on to create an imaginary life? We talk about Rob's book "What If?" Plus California scientist Patrick Brown: will climate damage slow down our greenhouse gas emissions?
Alex Smith

New World Notes: #606 -- Dahr Jamail 3 - Climate, Segment 1

6 days 14 hours ago
Award-winning independent journalist DAHR JAMAIL discusses aspects of the climate crisis--and how individuals can respond to it. Topics include melting glaciers, methane feedback loops, geoengineering, industrial capitalism, and indigenous vs. capitalist-consumer approaches to the world. We have much to learn from indigenous peoples, Jamail stresses--and we had better learn it fast. This is the Q&A session following Jamail's April 11 talk in Syracuse (NWN #601-602), edited by KD.
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #606 -- Dahr Jamail 3 - Climate, Segment 1

6 days 14 hours ago
Award-winning independent journalist DAHR JAMAIL discusses aspects of the climate crisis--and how individuals can respond to it. Topics include melting glaciers, methane feedback loops, geoengineering, industrial capitalism, and indigenous vs. capitalist-consumer approaches to the world. We have much to learn from indigenous peoples, Jamail stresses--and we had better learn it fast. This is the Q&A session following Jamail's April 11 talk in Syracuse (NWN #601-602), edited by KD.
Kenneth Dowst