School, religion, culture — the institutions that shape our minds, attitudes, and sense of agency in the world. Fascinating conversation with sociologist, professor, and climate change activist, Dr. Phoebe Godfrey. (Check out Daniel Pink’s TED talk here)
Have we evolved? Jim and I contemplate Naomi Klein, election politics, food, water, renewable energy, and our own role in caring for the environment.
The economics of climate change, redistribution of wealth, Bernie vs Trump, backing out of tight spaces, and more, with my brother, David Kalisher. Check out Naomi Klein’s new movie, This Changes Everything.
Nature is a healer! Naturopathic physician Fran Storch elaborates on the basic chemistry and biology.
Nature is a healer! Exploring the connection between environment and health with naturopathic physician Dr. Fran Storch. Check out the book we discuss: Sandra Steingraber’s Living Downstream.
Continued conversation with educator Maureen Crowley on how we come to understand our relationship with the environment, among other things. Check out Rob Hopkins TED talk on the end of the fossil fuel era.
Considering environmental degradation from new angles: male and female approaches to morality and ethics, culture of distraction, capitalism and community development. Great conversation with educator, Dr. Maureen Crowley. Learn more about Carol Gilligan here.
Beth and Amy discuss the guide to climate change communication for scientists, journalists, educators, political aides, and the public put out by the Center for Research on Environmental Decisions at Columbia University, and reflect on questions of personal responsibility and opportunity to make change. Read CRED’s “Psychology of Climate Change Communication”