For Recent Interviews, go to the “Climate and Spirit” tab. Below are Climate Change activities from 2017

It is a joy to do interviews for Extinction Radio. This week in Extinction Radio Episode 72, I got to talk with Peter Russell and Elizabeth West. Not only do I get to share these conversations with the world, but also get to grow my awareness with each new conversation.  Enjoy it all.  Peter!

I first learned about Peter Russell in 1994 with his movie, Global Brain. He has written 9 books on human consciousness, meditation, and more. He has a unique perspective on extinction and how it is a natural part of life.  See Part Two, and starts at 14:50. About 38 minute long.

      

Elizabeth West is a new friend who writes on the topic of collapse and human extinction in Counter Punch, Common Dreams and more. I got to meet her during the recent Bay Area Tour and just had to have her on the show. She dares to ponder challenging topics such as–even in these crazy times–what to tell the children and how to live an extraordinary life.  See Part Three, and starts at 18:28. About 54 minutes  long.

  

 

Amazing Month: Earth Day, Sierra Club, Conversation, Sean Kelly

Wow what an amazing couple of weeks. Gave a talk at Earth Day in San Francisco, then I returned to the Bay area to take part in climate talk at the Sierra Club with Guy McPherson and Jamen Shively of Radish.org and I produced and moderated an amazing panel discussion on our Climate Crisis and Human transformation with Guy McPherson, Sean Kelly, Jamen Shively and Peter Russell at the New Living Expo in San Mateo, CA.

I also got to participate in a group meeting in Berkeley to discuss our feelings as we experience the consciousness shift and the great unraveling at the same time.

I will post videos on these public events as they become available.

In the meantime I did a couple of interviews for extension radio this week, and check them out Extinction Radio Episode 71, 5th May 2017.  This starts with Deb Ozarko, Jennifer Hynes and Peter Melton in Conversation at Part One, at 1:10, and goes to 1:05:12, or about 55 minutes long.

This is followed by Interview – Sean Kelly and me, in Part Two, at 4:57 and goes to 48:48 or about 44 minutes long.

Rick Siegenthaler more than earns his reputation, as Jennifer Hynes so aptly says, for ‘real genius’, for his efforts.  In this case, a lengthy video of the discussion I had with Sean Kelly of The California Institute of Integral Studies thankfully rendered by Rick, here.  Sean’s CV is here also.

Peter Melton Interviews Sean Kelly On Extinction Radio.net // Published on May 4, 2017