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Green Dreamer is a community-supported, in(ter)dependent podcast exploring our paths to collective healing, biocultural revitalization, and true abundance and wellness *for all*. Curious to unravel the dominant narratives that stunt our imaginations and called to spark radical dreaming of what could be, we share conversations with an ever-expanding range of thought leaders — each inspiring us to deepen and broaden our awareness in their own ways. Together, let's learn what it takes to thrive ...
 
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Regeneration Rising

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Regeneration Rising is a podcast for beginning agrarians, about the trials, tribulations, and joys of a life in regenerative agriculture. Each episode will feature conversations with apprentices and other young agrarians, tidbits and tips from regenerative ag experts, job announcements, and more. Originally started by Shawna Burhans and Ariel Bobbett, two young agrarians, season two is now being led by Quivira Coalition’s New Agrarian apprenticeship program. As we face the challenge of repop ...
 
Join Gregory Landua as he explores the movement to regenerate our relationship to planet earth and each other on The Planetary Regeneration Podcast. In wide ranging conversations, Gregory and his guests explore the cutting edge technology, philosophies, practices and models disrupting climate change and inspiring hope for a better tomorrow. Gregory is the CEO of Regen Network Development, Inc., a development company that builds software tools for Regen Network, a blockchain platform for orig ...
 
Inverkeithing - a fascinating and ancient Royal Burgh in the magnificent Kingdom of Fife, Scotland, has maritime heritage; witnessed a pivotal Civil War battle, was a major pilgrimage route, and critical trading centre. This podcast series parallels a heritage-led regeneration scheme, running 2019 - 2024. It includes discussions with archaeologists, historians, heritage professionals and others. The Heritage Regeneration project is delivered by Fife Historic Buildings Trust, making heritage ...
 
These podcasts are all the talks that were presented at Nation Builder's 6th annual In Good Company conference, entitled "Be the ReGeneration" and looked at "building back better" in terms of our personal wellbeing, our social wellbeing and our economic wellbeing - all for the good of South Africa.
 
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Candid conversations about Theology, Church, and Mission, hosted by Jay Kim and Isaac Serrano. The Regeneration Podcast is a series of conversations with a variety of people - church leaders, authors, academics, creatives, and you - exploring some of today’s most confusing and difficult questions about the theology and mission of the Christian church. Our aim is to create a thoughtful, interesting, and engaging dialogue that confronts the toughest questions, rather than shying away from them ...
 
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The Regeneration Show

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Join us as we untangle our personal and cultural hang-ups in hopes of evoking positive generational change. STEPHANIE KATONA is a celebrated and sought-after fitness instructor who brings to The Regeneration Show the same imagination, energy, and commitment that's empowered her to transform bodies and minds for 10 extraordinary years (@sklptyourbody). Originally from northern Ontario, ANDREW ST. GERMAIN went onto launch his radio career in Canada’s largest media market; bringing to the show ...
 
Environmental and social issues can feel confusing and overwhelming, especially when we try to tackle solutions on our own. That’s why it’s important to collaborate with other optimistic activists on sustainable strategies. When we join the movement together and break down complex practices, we can make profound changes. By focusing on collective movements over the long-term, our social impact makes our communities better. And eventually, our work becomes a beacon of hope for the entire worl ...
 
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How can innovation create opportunities for positive social impact and environmental footprint? Joining us for our 100th episode is Daniel Tonkopi, CEO of Delfast, who aims to transform the future of transportation and combat climate change with Delfast’s innovative e-bikes. They are recognized as a disruptive global e-bike leader in the space. Wit…
 
"The idea of the catastrophic convergence essentially looks at how climate change interacts with the pre-existing crises of the legacy of US imperialism and Cold War militarism and neoliberal economic restructuring." In this episode, we welcome Christian Parenti, a Professor of Economics at John Jay College, City University of New York. His undergr…
 
On this episode of Built on Regen, a community voices series of the Planetary Regeneration podcast, host Gregory Landua speaks to Hannah Simmons and Joao Daniel of ERA Brazil. Listen to their conversation about developing eco credits for jaguar conservation in Brazil.Learn more about ERA Brazil on their website at erabrazil.com, and follow them on …
 
Formally, you might know Donne Gonzales as the Los Sembradores Farm Trainer & Youth Education Coordinator at the New Mexico Acequia Association, but it's impossible to parse out where her personal passions end and her professional work begins. In this episode, Donne teaches about the magic of acequias, her work teaching farming skills (however big …
 
Learn what the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) can mean for our future, and learn about the upcoming guests we will be featuring on the show to deepen our understanding of where we are heading including: Justin Gillis, co-author of The Big Fix, 7 ways to solve our climate problems Maya K. Van Rossum, lawyer and author of The Green Amendment. Dr. Will…
 
Today’s episode is being turned around lightning fast because we are covering a topic of-the-moment, and that is the Inflation Reduction Act presently being considered by the United States Senate. This Act, should it pass, includes $369 billion with a B in funding for climate and clean energy provisions. To discuss this bill, its implications, and …
 
As human beings, we're built for relationships. We strive for connection with other people as well. We’re adaptable species that could survive an environment we're forced to deal with. Join your host Corinna Bellizzi as she talks about relational leadership and philosophies with Nina Simons. Nina talks about collaborative approaches and principles …
 
“Freedom and friendship have the same etymological root, which means beloved... [Historically, freedom] was about your people and that collectively, you were able to get the things that you needed for everyone to survive — food, shelter, water — and that children, disabled people, babies, and elders were cared for. This was how you were free — in t…
 
David Richman is an endurance athlete, author, philanthropist, and so much more. His second book, Cycle of Lives, talks about the interconnected stories of people overcoming the most difficult obstacles we deal with, specifically diseases known under the umbrella term of cancer. In his book, he tackles how people deal with and talk about grief, tra…
 
“English embeds certain things just by virtue of its structure. It’s a very thing-ifying language; it’s very noun-heavy. Most of the Indigenous languages that I know of are very relational and verb-heavy. It’s a fundamentally different way of relating to the world and to community. If [the] Indigenous literature [you see] is all in English, then yo…
 
On this episode of Built on Regen, a community voices series of the Planetary Regeneration podcast, host Gregory Landua speaks to Rex St. John, Head of Developer Relations at Saga.xyz. Listen to their conversation about edge computing, validator nodes, and the mechanics behind proof of stake processes.Find Rex St. John on Twitter @rexstjohn, and le…
 
On this episode of Built on Regen, a community voices series of the Planetary Regeneration podcast, host Gregory Landua talks with Cyrus of Eden, leading the development of Eden Dao: a new form of decentralized economic incentive system for carbon sequestration.Listen in to learn about how Eden Dao is on a mission to increase the GDP of carbon remo…
 
On this episode of Built on Regen, a community voices series of the Planetary Regeneration podcast, host Gregory Landua chats with Howard Sharfstein, co-founder and Board President of Kulshan Carbon Trust: a non-profit that promotes and enables regenerative natural climate solutions. Tune in to learn about carbon trusts, and what it means to take a…
 
On this episode of Built on Regen, a community voices series of the Planetary Regeneration podcast, host Gregory Landua chats with Jonathan Ledgard. Jonathan has been a war correspondent, a novelist, a fellow at ETH Zurich, and is now an AI specialist working on a project called Dugong Dao. Tune in to learn more about Jonathan's fascinating life, a…
 
045: TMO | BasinDAOOn this episode of Built on Regen, a community voices series of the Planetary Regeneration podcast, host Gregory Landua chats with TMO, aka Thomas Morgan: chief instigator at basinDAO, a global DAO focused on solving the climate crisis. Tune in to learn more about “out-cooperating the competition” and the exhilaration of building…
 
The world’s leading problems today will take more than just government efforts to be eliminated. Jens Molbak believes that efficient solutions can be crafted through tri-sector innovation. Joining Corinna Bellizzi, the Founder of NewImpact explains how bringing the private, social, and public sectors together can help shape a better future. He brea…
 
"The transition from oral cultures into written cultures, for me, really signals a conceptual change that then uproots us from an embedded, environmental, relational existence, in such a way that a certain analytical, linear, and reductionist thinking becomes possible." In this episode, we welcome Sophie Strand, a writer based in the Hudson Valley …
 
Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our time. As individuals, how do we make a difference? Clean cooking is part of that solution. In this episode, Ben Jeffreys of ATEC Global talks about how we can create an impact through decarbonizing cooking and efficient energy use. With over 14 years of experience managing teams across the so…
 
“There’s a lot of awareness about the direct lobbying of big money in politics. But that doesn’t take into account the much more dangerous way that big money is shaping the narrative through the media, even through funding in science and academia. That has led to this narrow fixation on carbon and an embrace of robots and satellites as the way to d…
 
Did you know that your body can fight off diseases if you eat the right foods? Learn about the 5x5x5 framework and how you can feed your five defenses correctly. Join Corinna Bellizzi as she reviews Dr. William Li's bestselling book and course of the same name: Eat to Beat Disease: The New Science of How Your Body Can Heal Itself. Discover how your…
 
It’s time to live like the future matters because it really does. Every action you take impacts the world in a certain way. Don’t tell yourself that it’s too little because what you’re doing is contributing to the future of the whole world. Listen to this episode as Donna Maltz shares her unique perspective on how you can inspire others to change f…
 
“Under a capitalist system of production or any system of production based on the extraction of value via wages, it’s always going to be the case that mechanization leads to more work and lower wages...” In this episode, we welcome Annie McClanahan, an Assistant Professor of English at UC Irvine, where she is also a faculty advisor for UCI-LIFTED, …
 
If you do something that nourishes nature and your surroundings, you will certainly experience nourishment within yourself as well. This is what life-scaping is all about. Corrina Bellizzi delves into this concept further with Monique Allen, CEO of The Garden Continuum. Monique shares tips on the most sustainable ways of building indoor and outdoor…
 
"We sometimes forget that the knowledge systems we use to conceptualize the world are not necessarily exactly the same thing as the world that we're conceptualizing. We mistake the model of the model for the thing that is being modeled. We mistake the map for the territory. We mistake the word for the thing." In this episode, we welcome Catriona Sa…
 
There is so much polarity and divisiveness going on in the world right now. How can leaders offer and create unity in such a climate? Here to talk about Conscious Leadership is Diana Chapman. Diana is a thought leader in creating sustainable change and has worked with numerous executive teams. In this episode, she joins host Corinna Bellizzi to dis…
 
“We are all pretty familiar with the concept of the ‘biosphere’, which is the ‘living layer’ of the earth. The ‘noosphere’ is the ‘thinking layer’ of the earth that grows in and from that biosphere. It includes human thought and activity but is also much more than that.” In this episode, we welcome Micha Rahder, the author of An Ecology of Knowledg…
 
Oceans are getting warmer and more acidic because of all the carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. This is happening because of deforestation or coal-burning, and it's not helping the ecosystem regenerate at all. This creates a chain reaction where the ocean eliminates algae and fish. The climate problem will never be solved if people keep abusing th…
 
In this episode of Regeneration Rising, NAP's Taylor Muglia sits down with Caleb Valdez, a young rancher and owner of Uncompahgre Farms in Montrose, CO. Caleb has built his grassfed beef business from scratch, starting out by knocking on doors of neighbors with land to see if he could graze his small cattle herd. He talks about building a rapport w…
 
This week we invite you on a journey of discovery as you are invited to open your mind, admit your imbedded biases, remain curious, and march forward to play your part in dismantling oppression, and breaking down the power majority so that minorities can thrive. You’ll meet Dr. Kimya Nuru Dennis who shares her story with conviction, with presence, …
 
“Lies, deceit, and dupery are also very much part of the story. Often, these promises are made in the early stages of oil palm development, but they do not end up materializing in practice.” In this episode, we welcome Sophie Chao, a Discovery Early Career Research Award (DECRA) Fellow and Lecturer at the Department of Anthropology, University of S…
 
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