Eaarth Feels

Eaarth Feels

Has the endlessly gloomy climate news got you hiding under your covers with a case of overwhelm? Join Christine and Rose for soul-based conversations about climate change that explore the idea that climate change is happening for us as much as it is happening to us. If you are ready to shift your focus and secure the future for our kids and grandkids this is the podcast for you.

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January 7, 2022 25 min

It's 2022 and the Climate Emergency continues. Rose and Christine chat about what is ahead for them personally and for Eaarth Feels podcast.

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Our stories are our greatest medicine. Speaking our story is the first step to healing ourselves and the world we cherish.

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Imagine shoes, meat , vodka,  jet fuel and concrete using captured carbon as an essential key ingredient. The technology is already here.

This story originally appeared in The Guardian and is part of Covering Climate Now, a global journalism collaboration strengthening coverage of the climate story.

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***Spoiler Alert*** Does Apple TV's Ted Lasso, featuring a relentlessly optimistic American recruited to coach a professional English soccer (or football, if you aren't North American) team, have any insight to offer those of us who are kept awake at night because of the climate emergency? The show's second season includes an episode entitled "Do the Right-est Thing" and in today's podcast Christine and Rose...

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As  we continue to watch the old paradigm  crumble and experience the birth pangs of a new world emerging this timeless essay from the Lebanese-American Poet Kahlil Gibran seems especially relevant.

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Every dollar we invest is a vote for the world we want to create. With a bit of research our investment dollars can support and hasten a more just and sustainable economic paradigm.

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Simply stated, what’s better for plants and wildlife is better for the climate. Author Paul C. West explains where we need to begin and why.

This story originally appeared in  The Revelator and is part of Covering Climate Now, a global journalism collaboration strengthening coverage of the climate story.

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A quick reminder from Elizabeth Gilbert:  We all have the ability to illuminate our corner of our world.

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In a rapidly heating world, we don't have time for etiquette, In fact, as authors Mary Annaïse Heglar and Amy Westervelt, remind us, it is precisely the noncongeniality of the the youth climate movement that is finally making fossil fuel companies uncomfortable.

This column is part of Covering Climate Now, a global journalism collaboration cofounded by Columbia Journalism Review and The Nation to strengthen coverage of the clim...

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The not-very-ambitious agreement to come out of COP26 has left many climate-concerned people around the world discouraged and angry. Rose and Christine discuss what happened in Glasgow this month, as well as the recent extreme flooding in British Columbia that has cut off the West Coast of Canada from the rest of the country.

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Does hearing about another species going extinct make you feel angry? Author John R. Platt thinks that is a good thing.

This story originally appeared in The Revelator and is part of Covering Climate Now, a global journalism collaboration strengthening coverage of the climate story.

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In a rebroadcast of the five women panel presented at the virtual 2021 Parliament of World's Religions, Pat Fero, Clare Dubois, Shannon Thompson, Linda Bender and Rose Tenaglia Dunn share how their journey of communication with Gaia has led them to step beyond their comfort zone to take action on her behalf.

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Good news on the climate front? Thankfully, there are some hopeful signs.

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In order to address the climate emergency, the amount we need to consume needs to drop dramatically. Then why are we consuming MORE?

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Everything that has ever been created by humanity began as a thought, a dreaming, an imagining. Envisioning the world our hearts know is possible is the beginning. Ms Heglar explains.

This essay originally appeared in The Nation and is republished here as part of Covering Climate Now, a global journalism collaboration strengthening coverage of the climate story.

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As pivotal UN climate talks begin at the COP26 summit in Glasgow on October 31st, this podcast episode spotlights youth whose voices are not often heard at climate negotiations, but who will be living with the impacts of a less stable climate all their lives. Six young people from around the world, including from those countries being most impacted by climate destabilization already, send a message to the leaders meeting in Glasgow...

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In response to the "grave threat" of climate change, heads of the world's major religions united at the Vatican to issue an unprecedented joint appeal to government leaders at next month's United Nations climate summit, calling for "urgent, radical and responsible action" to drastically curb greenhouse gas emissions and for the world's wealthiest countries to lead in healing the planet.

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The United Kingdom will host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow, United Kingdom, on November 1 to November 13, 2021. Will world leaders commit to making the changes necessary?  

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"No matter what he says today, remember, Shell has spent millions covering up the warnings from climate scientists, bribing politicians, and even paying soldiers to kill Nigerian activists fighting against them, all whilst rebranding to make it look as though they care and that they have the intention of changing."

This week's Best in Climate article, originally published on CommonDreams.org, discusses how brilliantly c...

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"It is helpful to know that to care about others, much less about the environment or the quality of life on the planet, is extremely recent in the evolution of consciousness of millennia." Dr David Hawkins

This episode of Eaarth Feels is a discussion of climate change, and the other environmental challenges we are facing, in the context of psychiatrist Dr David Hawkin's Map of Consciousness.

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