Host Stuart Richardson interviews Bruce Gagnon, coordinator of the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space and publisher of a blog called Organizing Notes. We speak about why Bath Iron Works ship yard (a shipbuilding yard in Maine that builds US Naval destroyers) needs to be converted into a plant that builds Green technology, how US military spending is out of control globally and how that steals from the American people. We speak about the new Biden administration and how social change happens, how we cannot sit on our hands and hope things change for the better.
A sharing of hopeful visions and stories that bring us back to the land, a place that heals and replenishes us in a world that is in rapid transition.My hope is that we come to know we are a single whole with each other and nature, when we hurt nature we hurt ourselves.
Host Stuart Richardson speaks to Dr Li about how Forest Bathing works, the many health benefits and how often you need to forest bathe. How this practice can improve you health , vitality and assist with many mental health issues of depression, anxiety and confusion. With most of humanity living in big cities we desperately need to let nature heal us.
Hunter Madsen become know through his work to organize the Save Bert Flinn Park initiative (SaveBertFlinnPark.ca), an expansive movement of residents and outdoors enthusiasts that has sought to keep the city’s largest park intact as a sublime natural getaway (without a traffic corridor transecting it) and that works to preserve the tranquil quality that has drawn so many to Port Moody’s north shore.
He has also been active locally in both provincial and federal politics, with a strong longstanding commitment to green values and sustainability economics.
Host Stuart Richardson speaks to Hunter about his quest to Save Bert Flinn and how we should go about developing while protecting our green spaces that are so vital to our well being and how to organize to protect was is sacred in your communities.
For twenty years, Mark Hertsgaard has investigated global warming for outlets including the New Yorker, NPR, Time, Vanity Fair, and the Nation. But the full truth did not hit home until he became a father and, soon thereafter, learned that climate change had already arrived?a century earlier than forecast?with impacts bound to worsen for decades to come. Hertsgaard’s daughter Chiara, now five years old, is part of what he has dubbed “Generation Hot”-the two billion young people worldwide who will spend the rest of their lives coping with mounting climate disruption. (Order Book)
Mark talks about his newest book “Hot Living Through the Next 50 Years on Earth”, he speaks about the dire consequences of inaction and what we need to do as citizens to take ownership of this role.