This show marked the beginning of an era: Cory Morningstar began as new co-host. We reviewed the history of the show, talked about Cory’s ongoing, radical work, checked in with Australian correspondent Serena, and took calls from listeners. Download this episode (right click and save)
This week Guy, Mike and Serena discuss the Sea Shepherd documentary, the People’s Climate March, Guy on the road, and questions from callers; including a poem from Benjamin The Donkey.
Guy and Mike speak with blogger (Moving Forward), Rob Seimetz about his journey into the world of abrupt climate change and its consequence of NTHE. Paul Marcotte and Kevin Hester join us as well. Serena from Western Australia gives us a moving synopsis of the struggle millennials face during these most difficult times. Download this episode (right click and save)
Guy and a Mike speak with Stefanie Steven, a musician who along with her husband Scott are living in a motorhome, traveling and producing songs and living (in New Zealand) as simply as possible. We took several calls from listeners. Here is a link to Stefanie’s song: “The World is Dying” https://stefaniesteven.wixsite.com/music/music?wix-music-comp-id=comp-iqgi0qmz&wix-music-track-id=5657382461898752
We hosted activist Mimi German as she discussed how Portland is dealing with human beings living on its streets. We also touched upon the nuclear industry, poetry and took a few calls. One of our listeners is looking for partners in their film endeavor. More info by following the link here:http://vimeo.com/rgopalan
This week NBL speaks with Forrest Palmer of Wrong a Kind of Green. We took calls and touched upon collapse, quitting our jobs, defaulting on debt, the emotional roller coaster that is the Doomesphere and steps towards the exit of the dominant culture. Mike’s book, Chasing A Different Carrot is now out and available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Google Books.
After a five-week break, we focused on Guy’s recently completed speaking tour of New Zealand. We were joined by tour organizer and host Kevin Hester.
Guy went solo on this episode. He provided a few updates about climate change and took calls from nine listeners.
After a three-month break in broadcasting live, we talked about our personal adventures during the extended time off the air. We took several excellent calls, too, covering broad terrain.
We continued our social commentary with the “of course, but maybe” approach we started two weeks ago. Inspired by comedian Louis CK, we challenged the dysfunctional loyalty towards the dominant, “civilized” culture. We took a couple of good calls, too, and included a climate-change update.