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Green Planet Blue Planet Podcast is your point of connection to a broad variety of global change-makers. Exploring the topics of trust, soullutionism as well as humanities footprint and role in the eco-system. Subscribe to hear insights on the multifaceted and systemic change needed for our society and culture to make the 2020s a truly regenerative decade of action - the decade of the REGENAISSANCE of human innovation. Cover Art: Autumn Skye Morrison Created by: Kaitlin Hollister with StandC ...
 
Face2Face is hosted by change maker David Peck and is rooted in casual conversation and intelligent inspiration. David interviews film makers, actors, writers and artists of various kinds and he does it in a fun, thoughtful and entertaining way. Check out this weekly podcast where David honors and celebrates people who believe in the power of little things, the splash and ripple effect and who are rolling up their sleeves to make the world a better place. See acast.com/privacy for privacy an ...
 
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Money and Meaning

SOCAP (Social Capital Markets)

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Money + Meaning highlights the stories of innovators in our community who are leveraging the power of capital markets to create a more just and sustainable economy. We expand the conversation around impact investing and explore strategies to finance & support social change.
 
Moe and Jenna Abdou interview a highly influential roster of founders, venture capitalists, CEO’s, master thinkers, bestselling authors, academic minds, and creatives to deconstruct the hidden insights that only those who are building breakthrough ventures can reveal. For ten years now, 33voices has engaged closely with founders, senior executives and company builders to identify interesting & pressing challenges that give rise to thoughtful dialogue with contributors who not only think diff ...
 
How will they look in hindsight, these strange times we are living through? Is this a midlife crisis on humanity's road to the Star Trek future – or the point at which that story of the future unravelled and we came to see how much it had left out? What if our current crises are neither an obstacle to be overcome, nor the end of the world, but a necessary humbling? These are the kind of questions which we set out to explore in The Great Humbling. We hope you'll join us and let us know what y ...
 
The Discomfort Practice explores the value of discomfort in shaping who we are, how we are in the world and how discomfort can be a catalyst for positive social evolution. Betsy speaks to leaders, activists, athletes, creatives and others about comfort zones, having a conscious ‘discomfort practice,’ and the superpowers that lie on the other side of discomfort. Come get uncomfortable with Betsy... You can follow Betsy on: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thebetsyreed/ Twitter https://twit ...
 
People For the American Way’s new podcast, “The Progressive Happy Hour,” is all about talking politics with pop culture, organizing with attitude, and the Constitution with a couple of cocktails. Every week hosts Christin “Cici” Battle, director of PFAW’s Young People For Action, and Drew Courtney, PFAW’s vice president for communications and research, discuss the big stories of the day and strategize about ways to create the America we want.
 
*While Reckonings is on hiatus, enjoy our sister media: Deep Reckonings (deepreckonings.show) & Infinite Lunchbox (bit.ly/influnch)* How do we change our hearts and minds? What moves us to shift our political worldviews, transcend extremism, and bring our values into the workplace? Reckonings is an exploration of how we look in the mirror, and grow from what we see. ​Guests have included a deeply conservative Congressman who made a dramatic shift on climate change, a white supremacist who ma ...
 
When I was in second grade, I had a lunchbox with Bert and Ernie on it. On the lunchbox, Bert was carrying a lunchbox, with Bert and Ernie on it. On that lunchbox, Bert was carrying a lunchbox...and I wondered: how far do the lunchboxes go? Am I in a lunchbox too?? You're opening the Infinite Lunchbox for a *fresh take* on what's going on. I'm Stephanie Lepp — socially-engaged artist, producer, and your monochromatic host. Subscribe to stay tuned. If you're new to the show, start with the DE ...
 
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Camille Duran

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Produced by Camille Duran. Cosmic is a show about Art, Change & the Music of the Universe. This feed hosts 2 episode formats: [Cosmic Dynamics] - Camille shares short stories on art, change & the music of the universe (duration ±5min, w/ music) [Cosmic Livemix] - Investigation, change stories and artist interviews mixed live with world music (duration ± 1h). --- At Cosmic we explore how perception & storytelling shape reality, and the power of artistic production in unlocking human potential.
 
Welcome to the Dialogue Lab Podcast, an interview show dedicated to helping you thrive as you make your impact. Every episode, I host conversations with social change leaders about how we can thrive in this work, so our movements thrive too. We talk about how burn-out culture shows up in social change spaces, and explore what it takes to stay engaged and effective over the long haul. I offer you these conversations as an antidote to burnout culture in the social change sector. Join me every ...
 
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Barry Avrich and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his new film Oscar Peterson: Black & White, generosity, fear and confidence, music as a universal, the civil rights movement and Oscar’s Hymn To Freedom, and the alchemy of music. Learn more about Barry here and watch the film streaming Crave and HBO. Synopsis: Oscar Peterson: Black & White is a…
 
“When you feel connected, you feel whole.”Child psychiatrist and neuroscientist Dr. Bruce Perry is renowned for his pioneering research on trauma. Yet, his impact is equally made each time he sits down to color with a four-year-old to help facilitate their healing. This is the life-giving power of connection, and it is the enduring theme of his wor…
 
For 75 years UNICEF has been supporting the well-being of children around the globe, helping to save more children’s lives than any other humanitarian organization. In 2011, UNICEF USA launched an impact investment fund, the Impact Fund for Children (IF4C). Since the fund’s launch, IF4C has deployed close to half a billion dollars. On this episode,…
 
Even if you see through the phony panic being spun up by Trumpists, some of what you hear from critical race theorists can sound extreme, especially if you don’t know much about the context. In this episode, host Spencer Critchley offers a guide for people who feel confused about Critical Race Theory but aren't sure why.…
 
In this episode, I’ll break down what implicit biases are, how they cause unconscious discrimination, impact relationships, and how we interact with the world. See how you can discover your own biases (because we all have them) so you can address them and be a bigger and better human. It’s all about conscious awareness of something that is largely …
 
Louie Schwartzberg is an award-winning cinematographer, director and producer who has spent his notable career providing breathtaking imagery using his time-lapse, high-speed and macro cinematography techniques. Schwartzberg is a visual artist who breaks barriers, connects with audiences, and tells stories that celebrate life and reveal the mysteri…
 
Wi Ding HO and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his poetic, compelling and intimate new film Terrorizers, challenging the status quo, fragmented headlines, choice and responsibility, perspective, sympathy and loneliness and why we’re all just looking to be loved. Synopsis: “A slashing incident connects a group of disillusioned youths, in direct…
 
In this episode, I’ve interviewed Martin Roberts, the Director of eLearning at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL). Martin leads CISL’s open, customized, and blended digital learning programmes and is an expert in digital education, sustainability, and business leadership. He’s worked in diverse sectors around the world, in…
 
Bianca Stigter and Face2Face host David Peck talk about her new film Three Minutes - A Lengthening, Kodak memories, human stories and faces as traces, film as a record, family and history and why everyone wants to be seen. Synopsis: Three Minutes - A Lengthening presents a home movie shot by David Kurtz in 1938 in a Jewish town in Poland and tries …
 
We did something a little different this time. We’re giving you an almost completely unedited podcast recording because you need to hear every single word Chris said, including those before and after the official "podcast" part of the podcast. This episode is everything to us. Chris has a profound ability to convey meaning and heart through story. …
 
In this episode, I’ll be sitting down with Ben Bowen, the Co-Founder, and CEO of Shared Path Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporation in Australia. Shared Path is a social enterprise that aims to incubate indigenous entrepreneurial talent and business skills. They develop small enterprises and micro-businesses to use as training grounds fo…
 
Mourad Zaoui and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his new film The Forgiven, idealism and access, the truth found in parables, the magic of newfoundland, walking the journey little by little and acknowledging and respecting others. Synopsis: Jessica Chastain, Ralph Fiennes, Caleb Landry Jones, Christopher Abbott, Saïd Taghmaoui, and Marie-Josée…
 
This second part of the conversation with Adam covers his tech startup Tula and mission to help people find ways to truly connect via tech platforms. If you haven't checked out the first half of this conversation, go back to episode 44; it really lays the groundwork for this one. It's all about how we manage conversations in which we can disagree w…
 
In this first conversation of Season 3, Betsy & guest Adam Nosal talk about their opposing vaccine decisions & co-host a nurturing conversation in which they disagree, learn some things and still like each other. We hope you find it enjoyable, thought-provoking and productive. Check out episode 45 for the second part of this conversation, focusing …
 
After a wee summer break, Betsy is launching a shiny new season. She'll focus specifically on the discomfort of change and how each guest's work is helping to shape, evolve and innovate how we think, act and ARE in creating 'the new human experience,' in which all beings and this planet can truly thrive. Dive into this season, explore past episodes…
 
Kathryn Bertine and Face2Face host David Peck talk about her new book Stand, activism, social change, the gender gap, beacons of hope, mental health and why things are not always as they seem. Buy the book here and learn more about Kathryn here. STAND: A memoir on Activism. A manual for progress. What really happens when we stand on the front lines…
 
On this episode, host Alex Kravitz is joined by Jasper van Brakel, the President and CEO of RSF Social Finance. Since the 1980s, RSF has been driving capital to social enterprises supporting a more just and regenerative world. As an intermediary, RSF has long supported direct relationships between transactional partners, which led to the launch of …
 
Every detail matters to Elisa Marshall — The tiny chips that give plates their character, the story behind every chair surrounding her 14-person dinner table, and the feeling evoking questions she asks gathered around it, like: What made you smile today? Driven to find the beauty in every day, Elisa lives by Elsie de Wolfe’s wisdom: “I’m going to m…
 
This episode is the fifth conversation in the Black Lives Matter series. In it, you will hear Dr. Ervin talk about the collapse of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness for black people. He also talks about the choice between gradual change in contrast to “cataclysmic change” (his words) as relating to the liberation of black people around the…
 
Brett Gaylor and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his new film Discriminator, serendipitous creativity, privacy laws, facial recognition, digital ethics and human rights, data sets, remix culture, surveillance technology and automated decision making. Trailer WATCH the film here. Find out more about Brett and his work here. Synopsis: Discrimina…
 
Regenerate our economies, our communities, our environment! Together! Seeds is a currency that aligns money with value. Valuing people, planet and prosperity for all. GreenPlanet-BluePlanet host, Julian Guderley, moderates a round table discussion with some of the catalysts and architects of SEEDS, during World Unity Week 2021 a broadcast produced …
 
Philosopher, pro-activist and author Jeremy Lent joins Terry in a deep and vulnerable exploration of where we are right now as a species, the underlying nature of our ecological and civilizational crises and how we frame our work to catalyze emerging potential for a rapid collective transformation toward a sustainable future. They consider how a gr…
 
“Abundance is living in your greatest place of peace and joy,” says nyakio and Thirteen Lune founder, Nyakio Grieco. How does she get there? By fulfilling her purpose in the “right now moments.” Grounded in her faith, we kick off exploring how Nyakio’s mother taught her to pray boldly, call upon her ancestors, and the belief that gives her hope dur…
 
Rich Raz is the Co-Founder & CEO of FloWater, the world’s most advanced water refill station and member of the Inc. 5000 list, Raz is combining this vision with his 20+ years of leadership & tech experience to deliver a product that keeps 5.5 plastic water bottles from reaching our landfills and oceans every second (330+ million to date). With a pu…
 
Trevor and Ellen Scherer Crafts and Face2Face host David Peck talk about Street Gang, revolutionary ideas, the definition of genius, lightening in a bottle, TV as a wasteland and Kermit the Frog. Trailer Find out more about Street Gang here. Synopsis: Street Gang: How We Got To Sesame Street takes us inside the minds and hearts of the Sesame Street…
 
“Nature keeps moving on.” And, so does Chef Helene Henderson. Helene’s journey is marked by serendipity met by the courage to embrace opportunity. What began as saying ‘Yes’ to teaching cooking classes in her home evolved into farm dinners and what has become her global farm-to-table restaurant, Malibu Farm. Helene’s connection with nature stems ba…
 
Sometimes we can't "just move on." Sometimes we must first confront the truth about the past. According to our guest this time, we can do that through transitional justice. It addresses situations where doing wrong is not the exception, but has been made normal, as has happened in places like South Africa under apartheid, Northern Ireland during th…
 
This episode features a conversation with Alex Terranova about >Redefining Masculinity< his recently published book, and both of our ways to connect with Mens work in this world. Alex Terranova is the Executive Coach helping his clients expand and explore their personal and professional potential by disrupting roadblocks holding them back from achi…
 
This is basically a love story to naps. Betsy talks about how the stillness of 2020 revealed her super power: when she is well-rested opportunities and invitations come her way. Hear her talk about her Human Design journey as a Projector. The Discomfort Practice will be taking August off, so catch up on episodes you haven't listened to yet, get som…
 
Tracey Deer and Face2Face host David Peck talk about her new film Beans, bridges under construction, storytelling and changing the world, persistence, forgiveness, how anger can guide us for good, listening well and why trauma doesn’t need to define us. Trailer Find out more about the film here and Tracey here. Synopsis: Beans is a coming-of-age st…
 
When Julie Uhrman and her twin sister were nine years old, they brought a flyer home to join the basketball league at their local YMCA. To which their mom responded: You know, the ‘M’ stands for Men’s, right? “We weren’t concerned by that at all," Julie reflects. "We showed up at The Y. There were 80 boys and the two of us. The first thing that wen…
 
Saul Williams, Motion and Face2Face host David Peck talk about their new film Akilla’s Escape, extended family, lived experience, existence as resistance, racialized capitalism, poetry, art and pushing boundaries and why it may not be a great idea to dabble in hope or cynicism. Trailer Find out more about the film here. Synopsis: Akilla’s Escape we…
 
Nicole Lohse is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner whose work helps people listen to their bodies and move past the blocks that are stopping them from living a fulfilling life. Betsy and Nicole talk about somatics, neuroscience, trauma and discomfort and Betsy does a bit of somatic experiencing herself. Find Nicole on IG @nlohse and Betsy @thebets…
 
Tovah Haim is a self-described private person. So, why would she choose to launch a business centered around the truthful realities of birth, pregnancy recovery, and breastfeeding? “The thing that helps me is my conviction in needing change,” she says. “I believe with all my heart that it’s not okay that we exist in this environment.” Bodily’s miss…
 
In this Discomfort Running Buddies chat with Betsy's IRL friend, voiceover artist Jen Carr (who's also a mindful eating coach), they talk about stepping into their gifts, what it took to give themselves permission to use their voices and speak up in the world, and how following what's easy has taken them amazing places. They shoot the shit on vocal…
 
We already know a lot about how to reform policing: not just to make it more fair, but to make it more effective. It turns out that when police work in partnership with the communities they protect, crime goes down, often way down. Spencer's guest this time is an expert on what works. Georgina Mendoza McDowell is an attorney and public safety exper…
 
“When your heart says one thing and your head says another, it is simply a dispute between the different parts of your brain.”Twenty-five years ago, Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor had a traumatic brain hemorrhage that caused her to lose the functioning of her left hemisphere. Simultaneous to losing her ability to walk, talk, and remember the details of her …
 
Nicole Dorsey and Face2Face host David Peck talk about her new film Black Conflux, identity and uncertainty, empathy, attitude and ego, staying present, humility in asking good questions and why what you do next really matters. Watch the film now online. Trailer Find out more about Nicole and the film here. Synopsis: “The lives of an anxious teenag…
 
Marilise de Villier's book 'Roar' is an inspirational story about dealing with the bully in her life, finding her voice and having the courage to ROAR! As a writer and coach, she's passionate about giving vulnerable people a voice and helping people to get over their biggest obstacles to live their best lives. Betsy & Marilise talk about lessons in…
 
Poet, teacher and interfaith chaplain Fred LaMotte joins Terry to listen, notice, honor and share the mysterious depth that emerges between them, among them and beyond them. Terry begins by reading one of Fred’s poems, and later Fred shares a couple of his favorite poems with Terry. They explore the inner processes and revelations from which lumino…
 
Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman have a shared goal: How can we do our best to stay in each other’s lives forever? In their book Big Friendship, they share the lessons they’ve learned in pursuit of it and illuminate our relationships as the essential ingredient to a meaningful life. They explore how their friendship shapes their becoming, gives them p…
 
CJ Hunt and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his film The Neutral Ground, memory and racial justice, rewriting history, propaganda, troubling stories we tell and why it’s time to be honest, out loud and in public. Trailer Find out more about CJ and the film here and you can watch the film here on PBS and through WNED in Canada. Synopsis: An off…
 
Chitra Nadarajah leads the climate emergency work at England's largest county council. In her native Malaysia she worked in environmental issues before moving to the UK, establishing her career & starting a family. Betsy & Chitra discuss Chitra's experience as an Asian female leader in a largely white male environment and as a single mother to a mi…
 
An Invitation into Presence Foundations - with Ganga Devi Braun This is a dialogue with Ganga Devi Braun about the Community PRESENCE FOUNDATIONS we recently launched. Applications are currently open for our 2nd cohort. Applications close on July 9th. The shift towards a world that works for all can only take place through stepping into fully embod…
 
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