Interview on Peace and Social Justice

This episode, is called, ‘A Case for Environmental Stewardship‘.   Replay at link at left.  We share our passion for the earth.

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What a great honor.  I was interviewed by Pastor Jesse on Peace and Social Justice, a Public Affairs show which hails from the Sacramento Valley.  This was published Friday 17 February, 2017.  Hosted by KZFR 90.1 FM, People Powered Radio since 1990.

They reached out to me, since I am leading a group in Chico, called Daring to Discuss [1]. My segment starts at 0:56:40.  About 23:08 long.

By all means, listening to the entire episode is recommended, but not all of us have extra time at all times…

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[1] Its been suggested I add a page, to my webpage here, to share about the group, which I will remedy in the near term, with maps, locations, description, venue.  Wonderful work.  A great honor also.

Extinction Radio Podcast and Then Some

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I had the great pleasure of being interviewed this week on Extinction Radio Episode 65, 8th Feb 2017.  Besides my Part One segment, which starts at 56:10 (about 34:45 long), it also features Deb Ozarko, Kevin Hester, and Hambone Littletail.

It feels good to be back on the air with EXR and I look forward to regular contributions for upcoming shows. On this show, Jennifer Hynes and I deep dive into our feelings about all things extinction and how it feels to share our journey publicly. We also discussed a Grief Ceremony I attended in Ashland, OR (Francis Weller) and we had a playful chat about the movie Ground Hogs Day, and how it ties into our perspective of time. Enjoy.

Early last year I helped to start a monthly “Daring to Discuss” group in Chico, CA. The discussion group gives folks a chance to sit in circle and share their feelings about the challenging topics of the day.

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This past week, a local Chico radio host came to the meeting and enjoyed it so much that he wanted to interview me for his Peace and Justice show on KZFR. We cover a lot of ground in a short time, discussing the three general camps regarding climate change:

  • 1. I think it is a hoax or I’m just not interested.
  • 2. There is still time to correct things but we need to take massive action now and
  • 3. It is too late to fix it, and we are in planetary hospice. I will also share this, as soon as the link is available.  This comes out next week, Friday the 17th. Whoa!

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This month I am also honored to be connecting with Deb Ozarko. Last May she burst onto the scene with a blog entitled “Letting Go of a World in Collapse: The Conversation We’re Too Afraid to Have.”

I feel a deep connection with her and we seem to bring out the best in each other.  I will share that interview, likely next week.

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However, to wet your appetite for now, here is the Dec 9, 2016 show where I interviewed her on Sequitur.  It is titled Freedom from hope (about 54:00 long).  Please stay tuned, more interviews and a big announcement coming soon.