Opening the Path for Cross-Sector Collaboration in Climate-Focused Projects
Across the world, there are various projects and initiatives that are focused on climate action. However, considering the growing urgency of climate change, the world isn’t keeping up fast enough. Research suggests we aren’t on track to achieve the UN’s Agenda 2030 — the organization’s chosen approach to engaging stakeholders in achieving sustainable development. The UN’s 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) promoted principle-based approaches where multiple sectors from public, private, and knowledge institutions are expected to work together to achieve common medium-term targets.
You Are More Than Your Body: Body Positivity, Breast Implants, and Breast Implant Illness (BII) with Candice Barley
This week we invite you to think about the Body Positivity movement, and being comfortable in your own skin while we confront the topic of body modification and elective surgeries that involve implants. If you are considering a physical modification to your body It’s important to understand the risks, the inflammatory conditions that can erupt, and how these problems can erode your health so you can identify the root cause of these issues if they arise for you.
7 Ways You Can Live A More Sustainable Lifestyle
Today, we celebrate Earth and explore the many ways we can ensure her health for generations to come. While big, bold, global actions are needed that are outside many of our hands, we can move the needle in our personal lives bit by bit. In this blog post we’ll look at some of the best things you can do to live a more sustainable life.
Running For A Cause with Tina Muir, Distance Athlete, Author and Podcaster @RunningForReal
Tina Muir is a former elite distance runner of the UK and Ireland, who has become an inspirational leader and podcaster with her podcast and website of the same name, Running For Real. She is presently training for the Boston Marathon, the UK Marathon, which she will run as a guide, and is prepping for the release of her book (which you can preorder now), Becoming A Sustainable Runner: A Guide to Running for Life, Community and Planet.
The Truth About Your Metabolic Health with Dr. William Li, NYT Bestselling Author of Eat To Beat Your Diet
Join Corinna Bellizzi as she hosts her second in-depth conversation with internationally renowned angiogenesis researcher, physician, and New York Times bestselling author, Dr. William Li. Together, they will deepen your understanding of fats as they relate to metabolism, and reveal what you can do to speed your metabolism back up to its natural levels. Dr. Li shares cutting edge research, revealing that there are only 4 phases of metabolism throughout your life — and shares tips that will help you rediscover the metabolism of your youth, no matter the age you are today.
The Ecosystem Wilting Point Threshold and Defining Regeneration with Paul Hawken
Watch The Episode Here Listen To The Episode Here: This week we share news from budding research on The Ecosystem Wilting Point Threshold (TEWPT), published by University of Missouri, and led by researcher, Jeffrey Wood. We share snapshots of Paul Hawken’s work, Regeneration: Ending The Climate Crisis in One Generation, and in the audio version […]
From Flood To Feast: How Regenerative Organic Farming Yields More Crop Per Drop with Caryl Levine & Ken Lee, founders of Lotus Foods
Listen to the podcast here Every culture has a different use of rice and how to grow it. Some farm practices harm our environment by damaging the soil through massive disturbances. In this episode, Caryl Levine and Ken Lee, Authors of Rice Is Life and Co-founders and Co-CEOs of Lotus Foods, explain that the future of food lies in […]
What Sociology Has To Do With Climate Change
Now more than ever, climate action is necessary to protect our planet and secure the future of the next generations. The global conception of climate change has evolved throughout the years, from being defined in strictly environmental terms like the increase in greenhouse gas emissions to its current framing as an issue of human rights and social justice. This has led to discussions of how climate change issues intensify existing inequalities across lines of gender, race, ethnicity, and social class. Thus, pushing for effective climate action contributes to a fairer and more resilient world.
Regenerative Agriculture, Soil Health and Carbon Sequestration with John Roulac, Executive Producer of Kiss The Ground
Watch the episode here: Listen to the episode here: The climate crisis is real, and we are now only several harvests away from famine and starvation. But what if there was a solution that already exists to help save the earth and its people? Here to discuss regeneration is John Roulac. John is a […]
The Importance of Gratitude In Building A Better, More Regenerative Future ft. Kandas Rodarte and Gratitude Geek – Episode 113
This week, Corinna opens by sharing the importance of gratitude and why she’s choosing to continue that conversation at the beginning of December. You’ll hear about an upcoming effort in social spaces to engage in a deeper conversation about how we can build a better future, and why she’s excited to share today’s episode, a […]