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Mycorrhizal fungi and why soil health is vital to all life on earth (interview with Dr. Kris Nichols of Pachaterrae)

On this podcast episode, hear about the vital role of mycorrhizal fungi in indirectly supporting resilience against climate change; the importance of biodiversity in creating synergies that strengthen the health of our ecosystems; how soil microbiology impacts the bioavailability of the nutrients within our foods; and more.

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Accepting there is no orthodoxy in environmentalism to activate everyone

Hear about why the dominant narrative that we're destructive as humans actually does our work for sustainability a disservice; the importance of accepting that there are a wide variety of ways people connect with and help protect nature; how we can come together to create a larger positive impact through collective action; 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 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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