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This podcast covers issues of Climate Change, Building a Socially Responsible Economy, Health and Life and Death.
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Chuck Holden is a professor of History at St. Mary’s College of MD. Today we review the causes, policy decisions and history of the Great Depression and the 1930’s in order to better understand the current financial crisis in 2020.
Margaret Klein Salamon is the Executive Director of The Climate Mobilization. She shares her perspective on what needs to be done to avert climate catastrophe. She is the author of Facing the Climate Emergency; in it she examines the psychological traps we are vulnerable too as well as empowering solutions to move the needle on climate change. Become a climate hero.
David Rose is the founder and CEO of JustOne Organics, a regenerative food system. David is a leading thinker in sustainability, ecovillages and holistic community development. He shares his insights on what's required to accelerate the growth of regenerative farming. This conversation is another in a series recorded with the assistance of Victoria Zelin-Cloud, founder of PossiblePlanet.org. Possible Planet is a 501c3 nonprofit that started as the Center for Regenerative Community Solutions. We work on a range of issues related to climate change, including a global carbon reward to reduce CO2 emission and draw carbon out of the atmosphere. Nationally we work on financing clean energy, and locally we’re involved in the effort to build ecovillages and cohousing communities. To learn more about this, visit PossiblePlanet,org and get in touch with us through the web site.
Peter Fiekowsky is the founder and chairman of the Foundation for Climate Restoration.  Peter lays out a variety of strategies to reverse the build up of CO2 in the atmosphere.  This conversation is another in a series recorded with the assistance of Jonathan Cloud, founder of PossiblePlanet.org. Possible Planet is a 501c3 nonprofit that started as the Center for Regenerative Community Solutions. We work on a range of issues related to climate change, including a global carbon reward to reduce CO2 emission and draw carbon out of the atmosphere. Nationally we work on financing clean energy, and locally we’re involved in the effort to build ecovillages and cohousing communities. To learn more about this, visit PossiblePlanet,org and get in touch with us through the web site.
Mitch Wagener is a professor and educator on climate change, zoology and ecology. He has done a great deal of work on climate change and today we discuss the big picture of climate change and what needs to be done to avoid disaster. Mitch can be reached at wagenerm@wcsu.edu
Todays conversation is with Paul Zeitz, founder of Build A Movement 2020 and activist for Climate Restoration. We discuss the current conditions for addressing climate change given the impact of Covid19. This conversation is the first in a new series recorded with the assistance of Jonathan Cloud, founder of PossiblePlanet.org. Possible Planet is a 501c3 nonprofit that started as the Center for Regenerative Community Solutions. We work on a range of issues related to climate change, including a global carbon reward to reduce CO2 emission and draw carbon out of the atmosphere. Nationally we work on financing clean energy, and locally we’re involved in the effort to build ecovillages and cohousing communities. To learn more about this, visit PossiblePlanet,org and get in touch with us through the web site.
Retirement and old age are changing. As 10,000 baby boomers retire each day the landscape of society is shifting to adjust. Our older years are complicated by a lack of adequete savings, corporate environments that are hostile to older workers, and an expanding life span due to medical advances. Today we chat with Art Mitchell the author of Grateful, Not Dead  He shares his insights and we explore some new pathways.
A few months ago when I talked to Bruce, Coronavirus was so dominent in the news he didnt even want to say "coronavirus", instead saying "the C word". A week later, unknown to me, he became infected with Coronavirus. Catching up with him in recent weeks I realized there were lessons we can all learn from his experience. To learn more contact: James Cox Cell: 267 323 6936 Email: jamescoxprivateemail@gmail.com
John D. Liu is a film maker and environmental activist. His film 'Green Gold" looks at how arid and degraded areas have been greened and restored using regenerative strategies. He shares his work in building ecorestoration camps around the world. These camps not only restore the local environment, but also heal society and creates a greater sense of community.   To learn more contact: James Cox Cell: 267 323 6936 Email: jamescoxprivateemail@gmail.com
We talk to Barbara McVeigh about her effort to promote positivity in an age of stress and breakdown... nCov19, income inequality, market selloff, and more... How do we keep from being overwhelmed and carry on the fight to improve society and our lives? Barbara is an educator, social activist, author and film maker. To learn more contact: James Cox Cell: 267 323 6936 Email: jamescoxprivateemail@gmail.com
Bruce Kertsten is CEO of Savant Creative, an ethical and socially responsible marketing firm. We discuss how sustainability has changed and evolved over the past 10 years. For many years Bruce organized a monthly business round table for sustainable minded entreprenuers. To learn more go to his website To learn more contact: James Cox Cell: 267 323 6936 Email: jamescoxprivateemail@gmail.com
Jennifer Zeng is a correspondent with NTD and has been reporting on the Wuhan virus since January 2020. she shares her insights and experience which in many ways runs counter to the official version of the truth. To learn more contact: James Cox Cell: 267 323 6936 Email: jamescoxprivateemail@gmail.com
Greta Zarro is organizing director of World Beyond War, an organization dedicated to grass roots opposition to the military industrial complex. War is the largest contributer to human suffering and environmental pollution, and is a huge driver of climate change. We discuss how a few people can make a difference in reshaping human destiny. To learn more contact: James Cox Cell: 267 323 6936 Email: jamescoxprivateemail@gmail.com
Kathleen Cooper-Loher is a former OR nurse and she shares her insights on the US healthcare system. We discuss the nCov in china and how individuals can manage risk and protect themselves. To learn more contact: James Cox Cell: 267 323 6936 Email: jamescoxprivateemail@gmail.com
Kelly Galindo is a film maker and activist looking to raise awareness of the issue of Human Trafficking. Her film "26 Seconds" looks at this crisis in the modern world, as well as the organizations that are fighting Human Trafficking. This is an issue that is impacting lives everywhere, including our own nieghborhoods. Learn more, be informed, speak up... To learn more contact: James Cox Cell: 267 323 6936 Email: jamescoxprivateemail@gmail.com
Today we chat with Gary Susich... he shares his experience being homeless for 3 years and how he currently helps the homeless in his community.  It is a touching conversation about an issue that will become increasingly relevent as the economy weakens in the next recession. To learn more contact: James Cox Cell: 267 323 6936 Email: jamescoxprivateemail@gmail.com
Ugo Bardi is a systems analyst focusing on the complex interrelationships of factors that are driving climate change. Mr Bardi is based in Florence Italy and has a background in the petrochemical industry. His book, "The Seneca Effect: Why Growth is Slow but Collapse is Rapid", examines non-linear change. To learn more contact: James Cox Cell: 267 323 6936 Email: jamescoxprivateemail@gmail.com
Chuck Holden is a professor of American History at Saint Mary's College of Maryland. Holden shares his insights on the role income inequality plays in our political scene. His book, "Republican Populist: Spiro Agnew and the Origins of Donald Trump’s America", can be found here. Its a great discussion, one of my favorites... apologies in advance for grounds keepers in the background :(  To learn more contact: James Cox Cell: 267 323 6936 Email: jamescoxprivateemail@gmail.com
Carey King is a researcher at University of Texas and is developing an economic model that relates energy inputs to societal outputs. What impact has fossil fuels had on wage suppression and poverty? How can renewables lead to greater wealth distribution? Carey takes the abstract and makes it tangible. Check out his newest paper and YouTubes of his model at his website http://careyking.com/ His paper can be found here http://careyking.com/publications/systems-analyses-economics-and-net-energy/ To learn more contact: James Cox Cell: 267 323 6936 Email: jamescoxprivateemail@gmail.com
Jamie Joy Throgmorton is a former attorney and activist that is dedicating her life to motivating people to take action in addressing climate change. She has a facebook group called "Climate Conversations (and Coaching)" that brings together different points of view. To learn more contact: James Cox Cell: 267 323 6936 Email: jamescoxprivateemail@gmail.com
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