This series offers listeners and radio stations the opportunity to experience the conference year-round, and allows access to in-depth interviews with leading social and scientific innovators. It highlights diverse voices of grassroots leaders and voices that are often marginalized or excluded by corporate media. The programs cover a wide range of topics, including intelligence in nature, climate justice, food and farming, gender equity, Indigenous knowledge, reigning in corporate power, and youth activism.
This is a show for people around the globe who are thinking deeply about the personal side of climate change and their mental health and wellbeing. Clinical and environmental psychologist Thomas Doherty and climate emotions scholar Panu Pihkala talk about their research, and experiences as individuals and parents. They model how to cope with climate stress and build capacity for hope and happiness. They invite guests and consider your questions.
In partnership with the Center for Humans and Nature and with support from the Kalliopeia Foundation, To The Best Of Our Knowledge explores the theme of "kinship" in a special radio series. Leading scientists, philosophers and writers illuminate ways in which “personhood” transcends the human species and shows how kinship practices can deepen our care and respect for the more-than-human world.
How have humans become powerful enough to disrupt the world’s climate, trigger the sixth mass extinction, and cause serious harm to the biosphere? And with all the abilities and technologies we’ve accrued, why do we so often oppress instead of uplift one another? Join us as we explore the hidden driver behind the converging crises of the 21st century. It all comes down to power—our pursuit of it, overuse of it, and abuse of it. Learn how different forms of power arose, what they mean for us today, and why giving up power just might save us.