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Connect The Dots – Regenerative Agriculture

Regenerative Agriculture as a Driver of Climate Stability and Healthy Food: John Kempf, a farmer, agronomist, and host of the Regenerative Agriculture Podcast discusses the tremendous opportunity for ecological recovery and a healthy and secure food system through managing agriculture according to regenerative principles— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy. Download Here

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Connect The Dots – Billionaires and Safety Nets

Billionaires and Safety Nets: Richard J. Eskow, host of the Zero Hour with RK Eskow will talk about the invasion of the billionaires and a safety net for the rest of us— with Alison Rose Levy.   Download Here

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Connect The Dots – How Individualistic Spiritual Beliefs Contribute to Social Decline

How Individualistic Spiritual Beliefs Contribute to Social Decline: Ron Purser, Professor of Management in the College of Business  at San Francisco State University will discuss his new book, McMindfulness: How Mindfulness Became the New Capitalist Spirituality, exploring how the stripping away of ethical values from traditional Buddhist practices colludes with capitalism— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.   Download Here

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Connect The Dots – Update on Organics

Update on Organics: Dave Chapman, farmer at Long Wind Farm and Executive Director of the Real Organics Project offers updates and perspectives about the ongoing devolution of Organic standards— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.   Download Here

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Connect The Dots – A Circulation of Care: First Steps in Creating A Caring Economy

A Circulation of Care: First Steps in Creating A Caring Economy: Robert Hockett, lawyer, policy advocate and law professor at Cornell University, and New York State Democratic Assemblyman Ron Kim (AD 40) discuss the Inclusive Value Ledger, a new innovation to help compensate caregivers, provide financial services to the unbanked and increase the flow of value, resources, income and services …

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Connect The Dots – A New Paradigm for Recovering Biodiversity, Habitat, and Climate

  A New Paradigm for Recovering Biodiversity, Habitat, and Climate: Isabella Tree, author of the moving and eye-opening book, Wilding: Returning Nature to Our Farm will share her experience of tending the transformation of a former conventional farm to a wild ancient landscape and wildlife habitat— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.  

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Connect The Dots – Wisdom for a World in Crisis

Wisdom for a World in Crisis: Buddhist practitioner and teacher Alan Clements, author of Wisdom for the World disrupts the platitudes about belief and anchors authentic spirituality in conscience and right action  — in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.   Download Here

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Connect The Dots – Facing Up to Our Culture

Facing Up to Our Culture: Margaret Swedish, founder of the Center for New Creation unpacks the ways our culture and the assumptions, habits, and beliefs we’ve abosrbed from it under-write the destructive systemic trajectories that now threaten life on earth— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.   Download Here

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Connect The Dots – Regenerative Agriculture & Climate

Regenerative Agriculture & Climate: Seth Itzkan, co-founder and co-director of Soul4Climate, discusses the role of regenerative agriculture and soil in climate health— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy Download Here

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Connect The Dots – Bi-Partisanship— A Failed Strategy

Bi-Partisanship— A Failed Strategy: Branko Marcetic, journalist writing for Jacobin Magazine and In These Times discusses why bi-partisanship and calls to it— reflect a misbegotten strategy, which has reversed the course of democracy, and can do more harm than good going forward— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy.    Download Here