UPROOTED (live): Episodes Archive
UPROOTED (live), an extension of this reader-supported newsletter, is an interactive podcast exploring sustainability and regeneration with critical lenses.
Join the intimate conversations by downloading the Callin app in which they are hosted and following the show UPROOTED.
The live podcasting app, which created the tools to enable auto transcriptions and listener call-in contributions, is available on Apple and Android devices. After their recording and publication, anyone with access to a web browser can listen to the published episodes using the links shared below.
Episode 12 — Undercurrents
An open-ended, agendaless discussion with supporting subscribers of UPROOTED. We explored the dilemma of funding, the energy crisis, the just transition, and more.
Listen in here. (Recorded live 6/5/2022.)
Episode 11 — Divesting from “social” media: Self-sabotaging or shapeshifting?
An open-ended discussion based on my Substack article with the same title, especially considering Marshall McLuhan's “The Medium is the Message.”
Listen in here. (Recorded live 5/7/2022.)
Episode 10 — The Practice of “Kinning”
Exploring the idea and practice of Kinship (“kinning”) with brontë velez and Gavin Van Horn. Learn more about kinship via the course they are co-teaching (alongside of many other incredible thinkers and community leaders): kinshipcourse.com. Get 25% off the course tuition with “GREENDREAMER25”.
Listen in here. (Recorded live 3/9/2022.)
Episode 9 — Ex Conscious Bloggers
A casual chat with some of the earliest friends I made in the eco / conscious blogosphere — exploring how we’ve changed, evolved our thinking, shifted how we show up. Featuring Holly Rose, Renee Elizabeth Peters, Faye Lessler.
Listen in here. (Recorded live 2/23/2022.)
Episode 8 — Beyond Binary Reductionism
This was a part of Undercurrents, an agenda-less discussion held for supporting subscribers of UPROOTED. The primary subject that organically surfaced was about speaking with complexity, breaking barriers, moving past reductionism.
Listen in here. (Recorded live 2/17/2022.)
Episode 7 — O’ahu Water Protectors
We are joined here by Malia Osorio and Tina Grandinetti, both of whom have been a part of and in support of the movement to shut down the Navy’s Red Hill which has been contributing to water contamination and poisoning on O’ahu, Hawai’i.
Listen in here. (Recorded live 2/10/2022.)
Episode 6 — Towards Food Sovereignty
We are joined here by Loren Cardeli of A Growing Culture, a nonprofit working to confront unjust power in the food system and support peasant and Indigenous-led movements for food sovereignty. (Listen to our first conversation together over at Green Dreamer Podcast EP285.)
Listen in here. (Recorded live 2/9/2022.)
Episode 5 — Rethinking ‘Extreme’
Catching up with activist and humanitarian Rob Greenfield.
Listen here. (Recorded live 1/26/2022.)
Episode 4 — Reorienting Growth
What might it mean to reorient ‘growth’ towards all that enriches and enhances life—rather than using arbitrary measures like “GDP” and “economic growth”, which have become completely disassociated from our collective wellbeing? In this episode, we explore the topics I wrote about in my Substack piece, “Reorienting Growth”.
Listen here. (Recorded live 1/19/2022.) // Read the related article here.
Episode 3 — Aboriginal Fishing Rights
Stó:lõ Coast Salish Elder Kwitsel Tatel joins us to share about her active, ongoing, multi-million dollar legal case v. Her Majesty the Queen of England, in part in defense of their Indigenous food sovereignty and fishing rights.
Listen here. (Recorded live 1/12/2022.)
Episode 2 — Green Dreamers Chat
An open-ended discussion with listeners of Green Dreamer Podcast (300+ eps), myself (host of Green Dreamer), and Tammy Gan, the show’s production manager and supporting researcher.
Listen here. (Recorded live 1/9/2022.)
Episode 1 — Earth Needs Therapy
The fixation on CO2 emissions in climate discourses has been extremely reductive—also allowing for the crisis to be capitalized off of for ulterior motives. In my debut episode, we go over my Substack article, “Earth Needs Therapy,” which invites us to use a relational lens to better understand our socio-ecological crises—and what is needed for our collective healing.
Listen here.(Recorded live 12/28/2022.) // Read the related article here.