Richard Perkins of Ridgedale Permaculture on the surprising ways permaculture can save failing food systems & regenerate human society.
Nora Bateson is back for another sensemaking conversation on the current disintegration of societal systems, and how to navigate the chaos of the world.
Joe Brewer is back on the show to talk about living in economic collapse, re-establishing relationships with nature and community, and his new book called The Design Pathway for Regenerating Earth.
Author and philosopher Bonnitta Roy talks about human flourishing, the rise of localism, whether we need institutions, and validating different expressions.
The founder of Regen Villages talks about the future of smart villages, why we need them, and what are the barriers and risks to getting there.
Joe Brewer's work is centered around regenerative cultures. He travels around the world, studying different practices that contribute to the regeneration of the environment and communities.
Dr. Dayna Baumeister talks about biomimicry, and how we can learn from nature to be more resilient, self-sustainable, and raise better adapted kids.
Nora Bateson on the complexity of understanding climate change, what sense-making really means, warm data, chaos & order, and what we really need for social & cultural change.
Joe Brewer of the Center For Applied Cultural Evolution discusses evolutionary transition, modern rites of passage, and designing a regenerative culture.
Charles Eisenstein, author of "Sacred Economics" and "Climate: A New Story" talks about changing the current climate narrative and introducing gift economy.