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Regenerating Life

Regenerating Life

2022-06-1714:40

Bill Reed  works with the Regenesis group  which focuses on a living system design process. Bill is an internationally recognized architect and consultant working in sustainability and regeneration. Bill is also a founding member of the US Green Building Council and co-founder of the LEED Green building Rating System."Regenerating Life" completes Season 1 of ALIVE.Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.netGlen Hope Road 8, field recording by Douglas TallamyTheme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimov Support the show
Conversations with Marcus Scheffer, principal of 7group, which more than 20 years ago worked on creating the US Green Building Council LEED certification program as a first step towards sustainability. Nowadays 7group promotes regenerative work by “imagining a different way to understand how humans, their built environment and the natural world around us all live and breathe with each other.”Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.netThank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:7group and Bill Reed (2009)  The Integrative Design Guide to Green Building:Redefining the Practice of Sustainability, John Wiley & SonsSee also https://sevengroup.comRiver Fire by Kevin MacLeod - (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Truth in the Stones by Kevin MacLeod - (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Theme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimovSupport the show
Conversations with Didi Pershouse who describes the nested relationships between soil health, human health, water cycles and climate resiliency. In other words, she connects soil health to public health. She is an educator, and soil sponge strategist committed to building healthy communities both above and below ground.Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.net   Thank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:Didi Pershouse is the founder of the Land and Leadership Initiative and the Center for Sustainable Medicine, and a co-founder of the “Can we Rehydrate California?” Initiative.    https://www.landandleadership.orghttp://www.rehydratecalifornia.orgDidi Pershouse. The Ecology of Care: Medicine, Agriculture, Money, and the Quiet Power of Human and Microbial Communities.Mycelium Books, 2015.Didi Pershouse. Understanding Soil Health and Watershed Function: A Teacher’s Manual. August 15, 2017 (published in more than 60 countries, free download) https://www.didipershouse.com/understanding-soil-health-and-watershed-function.htmlDidi Pershouse. Other Species are Essential Workers, Whose Economies Enfold Our Own. December 20, 2020. See https://medium.comMost sound effects obtained from freesound.org :Ancient Cavern III, CC by 3.0, Carlos CartyHarp improvisation (RepDac2 & RepDac3), CC by 3.0, Monika GattMunching, CC by 3.0, IneQuationEnd of the world (voice)  CC by 3.0, SpeedenzaTheme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimovSupport the show
Conversations with naturalists Bill Felker and Douglas Horvath, both from Southwest Ohio, focused on paying attention to surrounding environment and nature’s  sense of wonder. This show explores the wonders of being Alive!Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.netThank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:Bill Felker’s Poor Will’s Almanack. See https://www.wyso.org/show/poor-wills-almanackRachel Carson The Sense of Wonder: Celebration  of Nature for Parents and Children Harper Perennial, 2017 reprint edition.E.O. Wilson Biophilia. Harvard University Press, 1984Vivaldi 4 Seasons performed by the Wichita State University Chamber Players, an ensemble of the Wichita Symphony OrchestraSpring Peeper Calling.  Pseudacris crucifer.@2014 Stan Lakewww.CatchingCreation.comGlasschimes  for Freesound.org. CC by 3.0, ross63mooseTheme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimov Support the show
Celebration

Celebration

2022-04-2214:32

Celebration of the first year of the ALIVE podcast.Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.net    Thank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Music Sources:Chariots of Fire interpreted by Massimo Bosco (copyright free) Glasschimes  for Freesound.org. CC by 3.0, ross63mooseMartin Mueller and Torgeir Vassvik in beingsalmonbeinghuman.com,  villaks.org, and vassvik.comPiano played by Justin AllanTheme music created by Tim Moor: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimovHappy Birthday to you, for Freesound.org. CC by 3.0, DDmyzikpod inboxSupport the show
Conversations with entomologist Douglas Tallamy who urges that each one of us take environmental action one yard at a time to create the “Homegrown National Park”.Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.netThank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:Douglas W. Tallamy. Nature’s Best Hope - A New Approach to Conservation that Starts in Your Yard. Portland, Oregon: Timber Press, 2019Homegrown National Park:  https://homegrownnationalpark.orgFind Native Plants in Your Area/National Wildlife Federation:https://www.nwf.org/NativePlantFinderCalifornia Native Plant Society/Calscape:   https://calscape.orgNational Parks Nature Walks Podcast by Jacob Job, © 2021Source: https://www.scientificamerican.com/podcast/episode/national-parks-nature-walk-episode-1-rocky-mountains/Wolves Howling at Dawn in Yellowstone National Park and Spring Dawn Chorus in the Sequoias, field recordings by Jacob Job, © 2021Glen Hope Road 8, field recording by Douglas TallamyBreaking Plates CC by 3.0, Juan_Merie_VenterTheme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimov Support the show
Conversations with Fritjof Capra, PhD is a scientist, educator, activist, and author of  several books that connect conceptual changes in science with broader changes in worldview and values in society. For instance, “a systems view of life” explores the new systemic conception of life at the forefront of science and its application in economics, management, politics, design, medicine, and law. A systems view of life” is also offered as an online course twice a year.Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.netThank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:Fritjof Capra, A Systems View of Life, 2014Fritjof Capra, Patterns of Connection, 2021Fritjof Capra, Tao of Physics, 5th edition, 2010See also Capra Course: https://www.capracourse.netCello Suite No.1 in G major, BWV 1007  by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by Colin Carr, published by Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0Theme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimovSupport the show
Conversations with Fritjof Capra, PhD is a scientist, educator, activist, and author of  several books that connect conceptual changes in science with broader changes in worldview and values in society. For instance, “a systems view of life” explores the new systemic conception of life at the forefront of science and its application in economics, management, politics, design, medicine, and law. A systems view of life” is also offered as an online course twice a year.Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.netThank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:Fritjof Capra, A Systems View of Life, 2014Fritjof Capra, Patterns of Connection, 2021Fritjof Capra, Tao of Physics, 5th edition, 2010See also Capra Course: https://www.capracourse.netCello Suite No.1 in G major, BWV 1007  by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by Colin Carr, published by Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0Theme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimovSupport the show
Peace on Earth

Peace on Earth

2022-02-2502:59

 I am taking the time today to  wish peace on Earth. To wish the end of all wars, wherever they are. It saddens me to see Russia invading Ukraine.  I just wanted to share that the theme music of Alive was composed last year  by an Ukranian musician. Tim Moor  did that to celebrate the 30 years of independence of Ukraine. I hope that we all will take a moment of reflection here: Peace on Earth.Theme music created by Tim Moor. See https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimov Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.net pod inboxSupport the show
Conversations with entomologist Douglas Tallamy focused on his latest book, “The Nature of Oaks.” He urges each one of us to contribute to supporting life on Earth by planting keystone native trees.You will also tune into forests from around the world from “Sounds of the Forest.”Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.netThank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:Homegrown National Park :  https://homegrownnationalpark.orgDouglas W. Tallamy. The Nature of Oaks. Portland,Oregon: Timber Press, 2021Timber Festival 2021 will occur July 2-4, at the National Forest, UK, with music, audio,  and artwork created from Sounds of the Forest. See:https://timberfestival.org.uk/soundsoftheforest-soundmap/Sounds of forests played in this episode:1. India, Agumbe Rainforest, recorded by Shruti2. Argentina, Patagonia, Forest near Rio Azul, recorded by Luciano “Cacha” Perez3. UK, Bristol, Pilgrove Wood, Ashton Court Estate, recorded by Rachel Tomlinson4. Russia, Moscow, Bitza Nature Park, recorded by Julie Kalichineva  5. Hong-Kong, Lau Shui Hang Reservoir, recorded by AK IN KK6. Thailand, Ban Krut Beach, Thong Chai, Bang Saphan, Province of Prachuap Khiri     Khan, recorded by Phil Peril7. South Africa, Krantzkloof Nature Reserve, Kloof, recorded by Stephen Embleton8. Australia, Utopia Environment Reserve, recorded by Kelli Lundberg9. Japan, Fukushima City Forest for Birds, recorded by Koji Nagahata10. Nicaragua, Penas Blanca National Park, recorded by Merlin DriverTheme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimov pod inboxSupport the show
Alive is going through a process of  deep transformation. Some would even say metamorphosis.  For this reason we revisit the Butterfly Story  as narrated on Elisabet Sahtouris website. Elisabet bases Butterfly on the book by Norie Huddle who believes humanity urgently needs a new “myth for our times” to inspire us and give us hope for the future. Metamorphosis of the butterfly makes a good metaphor for the great changes globalization, in the sense of world transformation is bringing about. Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.netThank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:See Elisabet Sahtouris website: http://www.sahtouris.comNorie Huddle. Butterfly. See http://butterflyblessings.netElisabet Sahtouris. Gaia’s Dance: The Story of Earth & Us,  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2018“L’Adieu” by George Peter Tingle, piano interpreted by Justin Allan.Theme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimovpod inboxSupport the show
Episode 8- Sense of BelongingConversations with Joel Glanzberg who has vast experience as an applied naturalist to land and community development projects throughout the world. Through assessing, understanding, and communicating the inherent patterns present in natural systems, Joel helps clients identify principles and guidelines for appropriate and healthy development. Joel is skilled in cross-cultural communication and teaching specially in the fields of permaculture and ecological design. His research has focused on the application of traditional land use practices to the design of modern infra-structure.Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.netThank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:Regenesis Group - transforming the way humans inhabit the earth. Please see https://regenesisgroup.comRegenesis Institute for Regenerative Practice. Please see https://regenerat.esPattern Mind by Joel Glanzberg. Please see http://patternmind.orgThe Law of 3 was first introduced by  G.I. Gurdjieff, the Russian philosopher and founder of the philosophical school “The Fourth Way”.Archival birdsongs comes from the Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. ML 140250 Black Hawk Gerrit VynML93737501 Blue Jay Jay McGowanSome sound effects were  obtained from Freesound.orgCrows  CC by InchadneySweet melodical guitar tune CC by 3, Valentin SosnitskivTruth in the Stones by Kevin MacLeod - (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 The Sky of our Ancestors by Kevin MacLeod - (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Theme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimovpod inboxSupport the show
Enchanted Life

Enchanted Life

2021-12-3107:28

Episode starts with a Greenlandic Inuit woman singing about Yule  to her father. Yule traditionally starts the night of winter solstice and lasts until January 1. Yule can be traced back to the Norse people who celebrated Yule as a way of connecting with the natural world. Yule is a celebration of the sun, of rebirth and renewal, and the continuation of life. Episode ends with reading of the “Manifesto for an enchanted life”  written by Dr. Sharon Blackie.  Sharon  works in the interface of psychology, mythology, and ecology. The Enchanted Life is just one of her many books. Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.netThank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:Sharon Blackie, The Enchanted Life: Unlocking the Magic of Everyday,  House of Anansi Press, 2018See also course, workshops and other books at  sharonblackie.net. Following sounds were licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0 for Freesound: Leq.acappella 4 by juskiddinkFireplace  by juskiddinkGlasschimes  by ross63moosePiano Fairy Tale by GregorQuendelFairy Logo by DDmyzikTheme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimovpod inboxSupport the show
Conversations with Elisabet Sahtouris, scientist, evolution biologist and futurist. Professor Sahtouris is an international sustainability consultant to businesses, government agencies and other organizations. Gaia’s Dance is Elisabet Sahtouris latest book. In this episode she explores Western Science, Vedic Science, and Islamic Science through the keyboard metaphor. She declares that the task of science is choosing the appropriate metaphors because metaphor is the only way to convey the scientific mode. Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.netThank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:Elisabet Sahtouris. Gaia’s Dance: The Story of Earth & Us,  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2018See also http://www.sahtouris.comPiano pieces interpreted by Justin Allan: “Old French Song” by Tchaikovsky; and “L’Adieu” by George Peter Tingle.04845 andean flute short melody.wav CC by 3, Robinhood76, sound effect from Freesound.orgTheme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimovpod inboxSupport the show
Conversations with Jacob Job, an ecologist, scientist, science communicator, and field recordist who takes conservation efforts to the next level by engaging the public on issues related to biodiversity, sustainability, land conservation and preservation using natural sounds recordings, education and stewardship. He is a member of the Sound and Light Ecology Team at Colorado State University.Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.netThank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:National Parks Nature Walks: a new pop-up podcast serieshttps://www.scientificamerican.com/podcast/science-talk/Theme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimov find drop boxesSupport the show
Conversations with eco-philosopher Martin Lee Mueller who imagines the world as a salmon might see it and considers how this enriches our understanding of humanity in the process. After writing  Being Salmon, Being Human, Martin travels around the world together with Sami joiker and composer Torgeir Vassvik, and other renowned storytellers, to question who we are in relation to the land, the air, and the oceans.These performances share stories of the pancultural encounters between salmon and humans.Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.netThank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:Martin Lee Mueller. Being Salmon, Being Human: Encountering the Wild in Us and Us in the Wild, Chelsea Green Publishing, 2017See also beingsalmonbeinghuman.com  and villaks.orgMusic composed by Torgeir Vassvik played in this episode:Orca Angel DustWhippedSun in DecemberStorm is Coming InBeing Salmon Being Human PerformanceSee vassvik.comSami are indigenous and nomadic people inhabiting Scandinavia for thousands of years. Joik is a unique form of cultural expression for the Sami people. This type of song can be dedicated to a human being, an animal, or a landscape, and improvisation is common. Joik and Joikers reflect one of the oldest continuous musical traditions in Europe.Theme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimovpod inboxSupport the show
Conversations with Fritjof Capra, PhD is a scientist, educator, activist, and author of  several books that connect conceptual changes in science with broader changes in worldview and values in society. In this episode, Fritjof Capra describes Patterns of Connection his most recently published book. Fritjof also presents a systemic perspective for  the COVID pandemic.Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.netThank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:Fritjof Capra, Patterns of Connection, 2021Fritjof Capra, A Systems View of Life, 2014Fritjof Capra, Tao of Physics, 5th edition, 2010See also Capra Course: https://www.capracourse.netCello Suite No.1 in G major, BWV 1007  by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by Colin Carr, published by Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0Theme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimovpod inboxSupport the show
Conversations with Fritjof Capra, PhD is a scientist, educator, activist, and author of  several books that connect conceptual changes in science with broader changes in worldview and values in society. For instance, “a systems view of life” explores the new systemic conception of life at the forefront of science and its application in economics, management, politics, design, medicine, and law. A systems view of life” is also offered as an online course twice a year.Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.netThank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:Fritjof Capra, A Systems View of Life, 2014Fritjof Capra, Patterns of Connection, 2021Fritjof Capra, Tao of Physics, 5th edition, 2010See also Capra Course: https://www.capracourse.netCello Suite No.1 in G major, BWV 1007  by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by Colin Carr, published by Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0Theme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimovpod inboxSupport the show
Conversations with Dr. Tyson Yunkaporta, from Deakin University in Australia, who conducts research in Indigenous Knowledge Systems applied to language, cognition, consciousness, governance, and economics. His book Sand Talk is paradigm-shifting because it brings a crucial Indigenous perspective to historical and cultural issues of history, education, money, power, and sustainability—and offers a new template for living.Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.netThank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:Tyson Yunkaporta, Sand Talk: Can Indigenous Thinking Save the World, Harper Collins, 2020The Other Others, a podcast by Tyson YunkaportaDeep Relaxation by Kevin MacLeod - (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Theme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimovpod inboxSupport the show
Intermezzo 16 -  Weaving LifeIntermezzo is a short, light, entre'acte in between the Alive episodes. Joel Glanzberg also participated of Episode 8, Sense of Belonging. He has vast experience as an applied naturalist to land and community development projects throughout the world. Through assessing, understanding, and communicating the inherent patterns present in natural systems, Joel helps clients identify principles and guidelines for appropriate and healthy development.Enjoy current episodes while we prepare Season 2 with lots of storytelling!  Find @credko on Twitter.  See  alivepodcast.netThank you,Cristina Redko, PhDKey Sources:Regenesis Group - transforming the way humans inhabit the earth. Please see https://regenesisgroup.comRegenesis Institute for Regenerative Practice. Please see https://regenerat.esPattern Mind by Joel Glanzberg. Please see http://patternmind.orgThe Forest and the Trees by Kevin MacLeod - (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Old wooden loom CC by 3, by YleArkisto, sound effect from Freesound.orgTheme music created by Tim Moor. Source: https://soundcloud.com/tymur-khakimovSupport the show
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