Awakening the Human Heart for a Regenerative Future

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What would it feel like to live in a world where our built environment was as elegant as nature’s designs? What if our living and working spaces nurtured our human communities and quality of life? Architect and designer Jason F. McLennan takes the revolution from the heart of nature and the human heart into our built environment. He is shifting the fateful civilizational inflection point we face – from degradation to regeneration – from fear to love.

Featuring

Photo © Rick Dahms

Jason F. McLennan, one of the world’s most influential visionaries in contemporary architecture and green building, is a highly sought-out designer, consultant and thought leader. A winner of Engineering News Record’s National Award of Excellence and of the prestigious Buckminster Fuller Prize (which was, during its 10-year trajectory, known as “the planet’s top prize for socially responsible design”), Jason has been showered with such accolades as “the ‘Wayne Gretzky’ of the green building industry and a “World Changer” (by GreenBiz magazine).

Credits

  • Executive Producer: Kenny Ausubel
  • Written by: Kenny Ausubel
  • Senior Producer and Station Relations: Stephanie Welch
  • Program Engineer and Music Supervisor: Emily Harris
  • Producer: Teo Grossman
  • Host and Consulting Producer: Neil Harvey
  • Production Assistance: Anna Rubanova and Monica Lopez

Codepink Radio The Midterms & US Foreign Policy 

In this episode of CODEPINK Radio, we focus on the midterm elections and their potential impact on US foreign policy in Europe and the Middle East. In the first half of our program, CODEPINK Congress host Marcy Winograd talks with guests Phyllis Bennis, a fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies, Scott Horton, editorial director of Antiwar.com and Erik Sperling, executive director ofJust Foreign Policy. In the second half of our show, author Jeffrey Sachs, a former economic advisor to Russia, proposes a diplomatic solution to the war in Ukraine.

CODEPINK Radio is an energizing program focused on ending wars and militarism, and building a peace economy. Listen weekly to robust conversation and inspiration from grassroots peacemakers in places like Korea, Yemen, Venezuela and Iran, peacemakers in our nation’s capital who are confronting warhawks in the White House and in Congress, and peacemakers in our communities who are modeling the actions of what a world of peace can look like.

Growing Greener: How Ancient Practices Enhance Local Gardens

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Join Collin Thompson, the Farm Manager at Johnnys Selected Seeds, as he discusses how planting cover crops in your garden can benefit not only the health of the soil and the plants you grow on it but also enhance pollinator populations and curb weeds, all while reducing your carbon footprint and fighting the spread of plant pests and diseases

Growing Greener is a weekly program about gardening in partnership with Nature, featuring conversations with leading experts in the field

Producer and Host: Tom Christopher

Economic Update: Persuasion vs Polarization

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Prof. Wolff discusses the massive strike of Canadian public employees; economics of the unemployed; business owners, executives and lawyers dominate US state legislatures; and how rising interest rates push the most vulnerable to the margins of US capitalism. In the second half of the show, Wolff interviews Anand Giridharadas on his new book, The Persuaders.

Heartland Stories On Understanding Agro Ecology

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Theresa speaks with Dr. Erin Silva, director for Integrated Agriculture Systems and the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Silva is a professor in the Department of Plant Pathology atthe University of Wisconsin, Madison. Her research includes projects involving organic no-till production, organic cover crop systems, participatory breeding and trialing in organic systems, and cost-of-production tools for diversified organic vegetable producers. Erin currently serves as co-facilitator of the Wisconsin Organic Advisory Council and an Associate Director of the University of Wisconsin Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems.

Heartland Stories Radio is a weekly 29-minute radio show that is also available as a podcast, sponsored by the Heartland Study, a non profit research project dedicated to protecting the health of pregnant women and their babies. Each show engages listeners on the issues and challenges in food, farming and global health. While the team is in the Heartland, where much food is produced, our issues and interviews are with change makers, influentials and everyday people from all over the globe. We present solid information about what we all can do together to assure a healthy and just food system for the 21st century.


A pioneer of the natural foods movement, host Theresa Marquez has dedicated her 40-year career to protecting family farmers and facing our health crisis through a culture of healthy food. Recently retired as Mission Executive for Organic Valley, Theresa created Heartland Stories Radio to reflect on the state of our world and its ensuing impact on public health, urging people to work together and take control of their impact on the planet.

EcoJustice Radio Building Community and Halting the Gas Export Boom on the Gulf Coast 

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The Gulf Coast of Louisiana and Texas face a petrochemical and fracked gas export boom. Super-heat-charged hurricanes strike almost every year. As a result, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, and Low-Income Communities, face an interrelated number of issues including environmental justice; voting suppression; and access to housing, healthcare, clean water, energy, and safe fresh produce, just to name a few.

In this encore presentation, our guest, Roishetta Ozane, started the Vessel Project of Louisiana  to assist the most vulnerable communities by meeting their emergency needs in times of crisis.

As an organizer for the nonprofit Healthy Gulf , her work includes stopping a rush of new fossil fuel facilities slated for the Southwest Louisiana region. If the fossil fuel companies get their way, 17 new Liquefied Natural Gas export terminals would be built nationwide, most of them in the Gulf of Mexico, which will guarantee more climate chaos for the entire planet.

Roishetta’s mix of building community, inspiring mutual aid, and organizing in solidarity with environmental justice leaders and regional and national nonprofits, brings hope to overcoming this managed chaos.

Roishetta Sibley Ozane has over a decade of experience representing organizations as a community outreach specialist. Not only is she the founder, director and CEO of The Vessel Project of Louisiana, she is the Clean Energy Organizing Director with Healthy Gulf [https://healthygulf.org/] for the Southwest Louisiana and Southeast Texas region. Roishetta is also She Leads Fellow alum and Environmental Justice Coordinator for the Power Coalition for Equity and Justice [https://powercoalition.org/], where she empowers women of color to go out into their communities and make positive change.

Jessica Aldridge, Co-Host and Producer of EcoJustice Radio, is an environmental educator, community organizer, and 15-year waste industry leader. She is a co-founder of SoCal 350, organizer for ReusableLA, and founded Adventures in Waste. She is a former professor of Recycling and Resource Management at Santa Monica College, and an award recipient of the international 2021 Women in Sustainability Leadership and the 2016 inaugural Waste360, 40 Under 40.

EcoJustice Radio is a weekly program that presents environmental and climate stories from a social justice frame, featuring voices not necessarily heard on mainstream media, co-hosted by Jessica Aldridge and Carry Kim. We investigate solutions for social, environmental, and climate issues with an eye to advance human health, steward wild landscapes, and solve the climate crisis across the USA and the world. It is a project of the nonprofit environmental organization, SoCal 350 Media, based in Los Angeles.

Mom’s Rising and the Power of Women to Make a Difference

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The program covers tips on how YOU or someone you know can run for office and talk about what it takes to win; we cover the importance of fighting back against the extreme disinformation being spread about immigrant families; we also talk about the power of moms in getting out the vote and learn whats happening in Georgia (The Georgia special election for the US Senate seat is on December 6th!); and we hear whats on the horizon inside the Beltway.

Special guests include:

  • Liuba Grechen Shirley, Vote Mama. @VoteMamaPAC;
  • Liz Robbins, Define American, @defineamerican;
  • Monifa Bandele, MomsRising, @MomsRising;
  • Fatima Goss Graves, National Women’s Law Center, @nwlc.

Activist Radio: The Links Between Struggles

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Activist Radio:Ahmad Abuznaid, Executive Director of the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights, talks about links between Black Lives Matter and the fight for justice in Palestine.

GUEST: Ahmad Abuznaid, cofounded of the Dream Defenders, and Executive Director of the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights, talks about the links between Black Lives Matter and the fight for justice in Palestine.   https://uscpr.org/

Activist Radio covers environmental, human rights, social justice, and antiwar issues. Each program offers some history you didn’t learn in high school, some news stories you haven’t seen on TV, and some music to help you join the resistance.

Native American Food Sovereignty

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Elena Terry is the Executive Chef/Founder of Wild Bearies, a non-profit community outreach catering organization that supports participants to overcome alcohol and other drug abuse issues or emotional traumas. One of her goals has been to develop mentorship programs that help build stronger communities within the Indigenous Food Sovereignty movement. Developing the Native American Food Sovereignty Associations Food and Culinary mentorship program in 2020, Elena emphasizes the healing nature of working with traditional indigenous ingredients while building community. Tune in to learn more about:

Wild Bearies and their mission to heal through real food and bringing communities together

The power of how ancestral knowledge of food and animals is being passed from one generation to the next

The cooperation with the Indigenous Seed Savers Network as well as Dream of Wild Health in continuing the stewardship of ancestral seeds

The story of the bean seed that came back to the tribe

The memories of her great-grandmother cooking over on open fire and the stories that were shared;
Learning how to butcher from her own grandmother;
What decolonized food is

Elena’s philosophy that while food is medicine, the real medicine is in the creation and the relationships we build around food.


Sprouts is a weekly program produced in collaboration with community radio stations and independent producers featuring radio productions of national interest. The program is coordinated and distributed by Pacifica Radio.

Heartland Stories Radio is a weekly 29-minute radio show that is also available as a podcast, sponsored by the Heartland Study, a non profit research project dedicated to protecting the health of pregnant women and their babies. Each show engages listeners on the issues and challenges in food, farming and global health. While the team is in the Heartland, where much food is produced, our issues and interviews are with change makers, influentials and everyday people from all over the globe. We present solid information about what we all can do together to assure a healthy and just food system for the 21st century.

A pioneer of the natural foods movement, host Theresa Marquez has dedicated her 40-year career to protecting family farmers and facing our health crisis through a culture of healthy food. Recently retired as Mission Executive for Organic Valley, Theresa created Heartland Stories Radio to reflect on the state of our world and its ensuing impact on public health, urging people to work together and take control of their impact on the planet.

Produced by Heartland Stories Radio

Sprouts theme music is Torpedoes on Tuesday by Poison Control Center

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