Posts in Photo/Filmmakers
Examining population growth as an upstream cause of ecological degradation (interview with Terry Spahr of Earth Overshoot)

On this podcast episode, Terry sheds light on what a truly sustainable lifestyle with seven billion people on earth should really look like; why population growth has been the elephant in the room that needs to be discussed more openly as a solution to lessening our environmental impact; how we can work with the nuance that people in "developing countries" have less of an ecological footprint compared to those living in "developed countries"; and more.

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Unveiling human trafficking and overfishing in the opaque global seafood supply chain (interview with Shannon Service of Ghost Fleet)

On this podcast episode, Shannon sheds light on the difficulties in regulating our global fishing industry; how overfishing is tied to human trafficking and modern-day slavery at sea; how to address "fish-laundering" and support more transparency and traceability in the seafood supply chain; and more.

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Dismantling dominant perceptions of what an environmentalist looks like

Hear about how mainstream media narratives on environmentalism have negatively impacted BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color), the role art plays in activism, the importance of having a multitude of perspectives from environmentalists of all backgrounds, and more.

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Reaching that tipping point when sustainability will break into the mainstream

Jordan shares how sustainability can eventually reach a tipping point when it can then create a ripple effect and break into the mainstream; what it takes to create stories and documentaries that leave people feeling deeply inspired, empowered, and moved to action; and more.

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Accepting grim realities while maintaining a zest for improving life on earth now

Rob talks about what we can we hold onto to inspire us to keep going, how our global industrialized food system aggravates social and environmental issues, and more.

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Reconnecting with ancient wisdom and using eco-tourism to support conservation

Marco discusses how looking at advancement in a linear way (underdeveloped, developing, and developed) might limit our ability to learn with an open mind and experience life to the fullest, and more.

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How traveling can inspire connection, harmony, and social and ecological awareness

Sam shares how traveling can inspire a deeper appreciation for humankind and its diversity, more harmony and connection in our world, awareness of our world's social and environmental issues, and more.

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Celebrating the Beauty of Humankind and Seeing Good in Ourselves as Keys to Sustainability

Hear about how Mukul stepped outside his home country of India and in a super short span of time, travelled to over 20 countries into very remote places that tourists don't usually step foot in, shedding light on alternative narratives to mainstream ideas on topics like gender, sustainability, social impact, etc.

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