No Place Like Home

No Place Like Home

A podcast that gets to the heart of climate change through personal stories. Hosted by Mary Anne Hitt & Anna Jane Joyner & Produced by Zach Mack.... Show More

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This season on No Place Like Home we’ve been diving into *All The Climate Feels* - the emotional, psychological and spiritual elements of climate change. For our season finale, we chat all the climate feels - and our vision for a new world - with one of our fave pod friends and listeners, Mary Annaïse Heglar. Mary Annaïse is a treasured climate justice essayist and the Director of Publications at the Natural Resources Defense Counc... Read more

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This episode is devoted to faith, spirituality, religion - and how it contributes to (and complicates) our lives and the climate fight. We’re excited to bring y’all a beautiful, thought-provoking conversation with Karenna Gore - Al Gore’s daughter - who has emerged as a leading spiritual thinker on climate change and spirituality. “Do not abandon yourselves to despair. We are the Easter people and hallelujah is our song.” ― Pope... Read more

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This season we’ve been taking a deep dive into how climate change makes us feel - how it impacts us emotionally and spiritually - on a heart level. But what if your whole culture and identity were imperiled right now? This episode, we're honored to share the powerful, aching story of Bernadette Demientieff - a leader of the Gwich’in in Alaska. She's fighting for the survival of her way of life and sacred land - threatened by bein... Read more

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In this episode, we ask that age-old question: can art really save the world? Or at least help us find sanity, courage, and joy in the face of climate change? Join us for some powerful poetry, musings on the revolution, and more with Joel McKerrow, a renowned writer, performance poet, speaker & teacher. Joel McKerrow is one of Australia’s most revered performance poets. Read more about his story and art here: https://www.joelmcke... Read more

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In this episode, we talk taking care of ourselves and each other - and the utter importance of finding and fighting for joy in the midst of the climate apocalypse. Join us and the AMAZING Adrienne Maree Brown - a writer, facilitator, emergent strategist, healer, doula, sci-fi scholar, philosopher and pleasure activist. Warning: we're passionate people and strong language is used in this episode. Show notes: - If you're able, ... Read more

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This season, we're getting to the heart of *All The Climate Feels.* Let's face it: climate change makes us feel anxious, afraid, angry, apathetic, and even depressed. Join us as we get personal with experts and folks on the frontlines to explore how we cope - and find out what we can do to find strength, courage, peace, and joy in the face of climate change. This episode, we get real with a climate scientist. What does it *feel... Read more

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Let's face it: climate change makes us feel anxious, afraid, angry, apathetic, and even depressed. This season, we're getting to the heart of *All The Climate Feels.* Join us as we get personal with experts and folks on the frontlines to explore how we cope - and find out what we can do to find strength, courage, peace, and even joy in the face of climate change. We’re kicking things off with a fascinating chat with someone who... Read more

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Mary Anne updates us on booting Pruitt! Then, Anna Jane and Mary Anne share a BIG ANNOUNCEMENT and reflect on what they learned from their series 'How Then Shall We Live?' - which explores whether or not our personal choices matter in the fight against climate change. Anna Jane also sits down for a powerful chat with 18-year old Iris Fen Gillingham, activist and partnerships director for 'This is Zero Hour' - the youth climate mo... Read more

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In part 4 of our series 'How Then Shall We Live?' which explores whether or not our personal choices matter in the fight against climate change, Mary Anne and Anna Jane explore whether or not to cut down on flying because of the harmful impact on the climate. They are joined by Dr. Peter Kalmus, a climate scientist at NASA (speaking on his own behalf) who made the personal decision to avoid flying to reduce his carbon footprint. It... Read more

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Michael Grunwald, veteran energy and political reporter at Politico, joins us to talk about going solar, buying an electric vehicle, and saving money in part 3 of our series 'How Then Shall We Live?' which explores whether or not our personal choices matter in the fight against climate change. Our topic for this episode is (good) energy. Michael Grunwald inspired Mary Anne to buy an electric car for her family, and she and Anna Jan... Read more

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Mary Anne and Anna Jane dive into part 2 of our series 'How Then Shall We Live?' which explores whether or not our personal choices matter in the fight against climate change. We ponder our personal eating habits and how they fit in with the larger food system. Our guest is Dr. Emelie Peine (Mary Anne's sister!!!), an expert on food policy at the University of Puget Sound, who shares some eye-opening revelations. Here are the orga... Read more

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We embark on a bold new series, 'How Then Shall We Live?' which explores whether or not our personal choices matter in the fight against climate change. This episode considers the decision to have children (or not) and how that decision impacts our lives, their lives, and our planet. - No Place Like Home is hosted by Mary Anne Hitt and Anna Jane Joyner - We are produced by Zach Mack - Our theme music is by River Whyless - And we... Read more

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We embark on a bold new series, 'How Then Shall We Live?' which explores whether or not our personal choices matter in the fight against climate change. This episode considers the decision to have children (or not) and how that decision impacts our lives, their lives, and our planet. - No Place Like Home is hosted by Mary Anne Hitt and Anna Jane Joyner - We are produced by Zach Mack - Our theme music is by River Whyless - And we... Read more

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Hosts Mary Anne and Anna Jane share their hopes, intentions, and climate expectations for 2018 before welcoming rockstar, activist and spiritual leader William Matthews to discuss environmental racism, evangelicals, and how spiritualism and activism go hand in hand. - No Place Like Home is hosted by Mary Anne Hitt and Anna Jane Joyner - We are produced by Zach Mack - Our theme music is by River Whyless - And we are supported by ... Read more

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December 24, 2017 17 min

Hosts Anna Jane and Mary Anne put 2017 in the rearview and prepare for 2018 with hope and action items. - No Place Like Home is hosted by Mary Anne Hitt and Anna Jane Joyner - We are produced by Zach Mack - Our theme music is by River Whyless - And we are supported by the Sierra Club

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Anna Jane and Mary Anne chat with 'Call Your Girlfriend' Co-host Ann Friedman about all the change happening in our social, political and actual climate. They explore the intersection of feminism and climate change, women and the media, as well as Ann’s recent eye-opening trip to the Great Barrier Reef.

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November 2, 2017 29 min

Hosts Anna Jane and Mary Anne are joined by Antha WIlliams of Bloomberg Philanthropies to discuss how women and organizations outside of the government are now taking the lead on climate. - No Place Like Home is hosted by Mary Anne Hitt and Anna Jane Joyner - We are produced by Zach Mack - Our theme music is by River Whyless - And we are supported by the Sierra Club

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Hosts Anna Jane and Mary Anne discuss the new film 'mother!' and its powerful allegory about climate change before Anna Jane sits down with Peter Illyn, christian environmentalist and director of 'Restoring Eden' to discuss our role in the relationship we have with the planet. - No Place Like Home is hosted by Mary Anne Hitt and Anna Jane Joyner - We are produced by Zach Mack - Our theme music is by River Whyless - And we are s... Read more

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September 9, 2017 39 min

Anna Jane and Mary Anne discuss the recent rash of storms, floods and weather related disasters before revisiting their conversation with climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe about faith and activism and extreme weather. - No Place Like Home is hosted by Mary Anne Hitt and Anna Jane Joyner - We are produced by Zach Mack - Additional production help by Daniel Tureck - Our theme music is by River Whyless - And we are supported by ... Read more

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August 18, 2017 30 min

Anna Jane and Mary Anne rundown their favorite climate change coverage from the world of pop culture. Awesome climate content we chat about this episode: - The Liturgist's podcast episode "Pale Blue Dot" http://www.theliturgists.com/podcast/2017/6/20/pale-blue-dot - "New Rule: Make Earth Great Again" on Real Time with Bill Maher: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mrGFEW2Hb2g - On the Media "Solastalgia, and Other Words for Our Ch... Read more

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