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Positive, informed and original in-depth interviews with leading thinkers and change-makers on the themes of the environment, activism, ethical living, and the arts. A listening experience to savour from The Resurgence Trust. Nourishment for your mind.

Positive, informed and original in-depth interviews with leading thinkers and change-makers on the themes of the environment, activism, ethical living, and the arts. A listening experience to savour from The Resurgence Trust. Nourishment for your mind.
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Positive, informed and original in-depth interviews with leading thinkers and change-makers on the themes of the environment, activism, ethical living, and the arts. A listening experience to savour from The Resurgence Trust. Nourishment for your mind.

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English


Episodes

Extinction Rebellion: Forging identities through collective action

4/5/2019
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Ahead of the April 15 International Rebellion week, we speak to Mothiur Rahman, XR strategist and trained lawyer, about how the climate crisis is challenging neoliberalism through collective action. We talk about the need for ‘vulnerable honesty’, and he reads a very moving poem about breaking down the concept of identity. This episode includes music by singer-songwriter and founder of the Birth Strike movement Blythe Pepino @blythepepino Watch out for Mothiur’s keynotes article in the...

Duration:00:23:59

Regeneration of lives and the land in the Cairngorms

4/4/2019
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We speak to self-described ‘circle builder’ Laurel Foreman at Wark Farm in the foothills of the Cairngorm mountains in Scotland. We talk about how regenerative farming restores balance in the land and Laurel shares how the farm provides “a safe space” for people going through troubled times. You can read more from Laurel in the March/April issue of Resurgence & Ecologist magazine. Resurgence.org http://warkfarm.co.uk

Duration:00:22:22

Football, fracking and staying positive: a chat with Ecotricity founder Dale Vince

12/19/2018
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For this episode I speak to Dale Vince, founder of Ecotricity. Ecotricity is described as Britain’s ‘greenest energy company’, supplying over 200,000 homes across the UK from a growing fleet of wind and sun parks. We talk about fracking, green gas and the story behind the world’s first vegan football team. https://www.ecotricity.co.uk/ You can read more from our interview in the January/February edition of Resurgence & Ecologist magazine....

Duration:00:11:30

Eco-mobile homes and whisky barrels: we step inside Findhorn's eco-houses

11/28/2018
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Eco-mobile homes and houses made out of whisky barrels, listen in as we pay a visit to Findhorn spiritual community in northern Scotland. The Findhorn Foundation is an educational charity at the heart of the Findhorn Community which runs courses and workshops. Graham Meltzer and Craig Gibsone both work at the foundation. In 2019 Graham is holding the Easter conference. This year’s theme is Climate Change and Consciousness. ccc19.org Craig is holding a workshop on Applied Ecovillage Living...

Duration:00:21:15

The ecologist using storytelling to reconnect people with nature

8/9/2018
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We talk to Lisa Schneidau, author of Botanical Folk Tales, a new book which seeks to reconnect people with the joy, wonder and horror of nature.

Duration:00:30:08

The farmer helping save Britain's last surviving meadows

7/6/2018
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From EU grants to the incredible diversity of traditional hedgerows, we celebrate National Meadows Day by joining Audrey Compton on her award-winning farm in Devon.

Duration:00:21:14

Satish Kumar on food

6/27/2018
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From nuclear war to the school bus run, peace activist Satish Kumar talks about food.

Duration:00:23:31