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Enriching agrobiodiversity and soil health for more nutritious foods (interview with Gabe Brown of Brown's Ranch)

On this podcast episode, Gabe sheds light on why we need to stop focusing on yield as the ultimate measurement in food production; the importance of having ruminants and animals on farmlands to support agroecology; problematic, existing farm programs and regulations that incentivize monocultures and extractive methods of agriculture that need to be amended or removed; and more.

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Why enriching and protecting biodiversity are key to addressing climate change

Adam sheds light on how biodiversity loss may be a greater threat to our planet than climate change; why we need to include the conservation of biodiversity as a key climate health solution; how real life stories of regeneration around the world prove that we already know what it takes to rebuild healthy, resilient ecosystems; and more.

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Dreaming up radical ways to address our global food waste scandal

Tristram shares how we’ve come to adopt a wasteful, linear food system, how we can be more respectful to nature in spite of our economy undervaluing what is truly invaluable, how we can rewire our broken food system through delivery services driven by supply of what is available rather than consumer demand, and more. 

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Shifting our mindset on money to embrace the social good it can be used to support

Devin shares how we can shift our money mindset to be unafraid to work with it so that we can better use it for good; how do the issues of disease, poverty, and climate change relate to one another; and more.

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Why we're wired to want more stuff and the psychology of materialism

Tim talks about why are we wired to be drawn to new things constantly and feel a sense of security, why the psychology of materialism should actually make us hopeful about our abilities to work towards a less materialistic and more sustainable future, and more.

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How body shaming drives mindless consumption and the importance of self-affirmation in eco-living

Marieke talks about how modern day pressures around body image relate to sustainability, why it is so important to let ourselves feel good about what we do and tell ourselves that we're okay and we're doing enough, and more.

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How to tap into your creative genius zone to help our planet thrive

Katie talks about how we might be able to just tweak a few words in our messaging to be able to immediately double, and even triple, the amount of action and change that we drive; why we should go from looking at tackling public health, social, and environmental issues as a 'fight,' to just tapping into our own 'creative geniuses;’ and more.

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