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May 20, 2022 5 mins

Climate Changed is a brand new podcast about pursuing faith, life, and love in a climate-changed world. Hosted by Nicole Diroff and Ben Yosua-Davis. Climate Changed features guests who deepen the conversation while also stirring the waters. The Climate Changed podcast is a project of The BTS Center

In this extended promo you will about the podcast and from some of the guests who will appear on Season One including

  • Corina Newsome, one of co-organizers of the inaugural #BlackBirdersWeek
  • Keyana Pardilla, a young Penobscot woman in Maine who connects modern science with ancient indigenous practices
  • Pacific Islander, poet Craig Santos-Perez
  • Rev. Mariama White-Hammond, a pastor, gardener, and spiritual entrepreneur within the African Methodist Episcopal tradition

Each episode includes a moment to help you center–even if you are jogging or folding laundry! 

In each episode you will also hear about meaningful, realistic, and achievable next steps you can take to learn more about the topics we discuss or to take action. 

We are thrilled to invite you on a journey of learning as Ben and Nicole share and reflect on their conversations with people who are dedicating their lives to making sense of life in a climate changed world. 

Season one of Climate Changed premieres in June of 2022

Episode 1: How Do We Stop Doing Things that Make No Sense? With Rev. Mariama White-Hammond

Episode 2: Where Do You Find Hope? With Corina Newsome

Episode 3: What Do We Tell the Children? With Craig Santos Perez

Episode 4: What is Wrong with Me? With Keyana Pardilla, Robin Wall Kimmerer, and Sherri Mitchell

Episode 5: If I Can’t Make a Difference, then What Do I Do? With Veronice Miles

Episode 6: Daddy, Did We Hurt Them? With Ben Yosua-Davis

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