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Sense-making in a Changing World

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Sense-making in a Changing World

Morag Gamble: Permaculture Education Institute

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Join Morag Gamble, global permaculture ambassador, in conversation with leading ecological thinkers, activists, authors, designers and practitioners to explore 'What Now?' - what is the kind of thinking we need to navigate a positive and regenerative way forward, what does a thriving one-planet way of life look like, where should we putting our energy. In this changing world and in challenging times, we offer these voices of clarity and common sense.
 
From biotech to autonomous vehicles, the current rate of technological change is breath-taking. This speed is not, however, matched in broader conversations about their ethical, political, and legal implications, which lag far behind. Those discussions, where they do occur, do so primarily in the corridors of academia and Silicon Valley, not in popular discourse. That is despite their profound implications, and despite the fact that matters of ethics and values should be decided by society a ...
 
Genetically, mountain gorillas are amongst our closest living relatives, and also one of the world's most endangered species. Half the world's remaining population survive in the forests of Uganda. This album explores the challenges facing conservationists at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Known for its exceptional biodiversity, the Park became a major tourist destination when it opened for gorilla tourism in 1993. The problem is, because the Park lies in the heart of one of the most den ...
 
Rising temperatures, homelessness, food scarcity, and a lack of access to healthcare, how we address these colossal issues is critical. World Changing Ideas is a show that investigates how innovation can solve these problems and help kick-start a new future. We’re highlighting the solutions that could end pollution and change food production. From rethinking public spaces to developing a circular economy to taking on climate change, we’ll show how leaders and creators are building a new way ...
 
Exposing the worldviews behind the current issues of our increasingly complex world, with interviews of well-known authors, public policy and pro-family experts, religious leaders and apologists for the faith, in a lively, compelling and informative format. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/340
 
John Wimber, the founder of the Vineyard Movement once said, "the Bible/the Word of God is the menu, not the meal." We see the sermon as a way to instruct the Body of Christ how to live Godly lives in this present age. We aim to teach in a way that makes God's word relevant and applicable to everyday circumstances.
 
You don't have to make the same mistakes as everyone else. I've lost EVERYTHING and have had to build again from nothing. I share stories and wisdom so you might not have to go there! These are stories I'll share as I help people with their daily issues. At the same time, I'm growing ChileJam (and I'll make mistakes again). I'm living and doing what I'm telling you in this Podcast. My goal is to help you avoid some mistakes and reach your goals quickly. "Don't touch that stove. It's hot!" So ...
 
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Welcome to this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World - being released at a critical moment in history here in Australia - the cusp of the Australian Federal election. A few months ago I interviewed my amazingly talented friend Tim Hollo, author, musician, climate activist, community leader, Director of the The Green Institute Founder of Gree…
 
Global transportation is responsible for 24 percent of direct CO2 emissions from fuel combustion. The transportation sector in the U.S is responsible for roughly 29 percent of greenhouse gas emissions. First, we look at how Ford is remodeling its most popular vehicle and then learn about a unique way to solve climate change in the transportation in…
 
Given how important tech is to so much economics, politics, and social change, should we even have a separate tech section in newspapers? The danger is that tech sections just get filled with hype: with self-narratives originating from the companies developing those technologies. And that hype can lead to negative consequences we don't often think …
 
Local Government That Works. Do your City and Town get along? Are they at odds over what seems to you like trivial things? None of that goes on between the Town of Plattsburgh, NY and the City of Plattsburgh, NY - in the Northeast corner of New York State near the Canadian Border. These two Municipalities have been holding regular meetings for over…
 
If we are to see manifestations in our life, we must develop our faith, and we do that by digging deep into the Word of God. Whether we need healing, deliverance, prosperity, wholeness, or anything else in our lives, Jesus has provided it for us because He loves us. Believing that we have a right to all He has made available to us through the shedd…
 
Not ‘hard to reach’ but ‘hardly reached’ Empowering communities by engaging them in research When Jasjit Singh was researching media portrayals of British Sikhs, he wanted to make sure his research was a true representation of the people whose lives he was talking about. Working with the community then gave him the authority to take the findings fo…
 
In this episode, Morag Gamble talks with Damon Gameau about his latest film, Regenerating Australia. The Permaculture Education Institute's Film Club is hosting a free livestreaming on May 20th. BOOK HERE. Damon Gameau is an award-winning filmmaker, author, father and activist. His 2015 movie, That Sugar Film, broke Australian box office records, a…
 
A new study shows how quickly reducing animal farming could unlock ‘negative emissions’ by lowering the amount of methane and nitrous oxide from the air and allowing forests to regenerate. Talib and Avery discuss this development through the lens of their own dietary choices.Fast Company による
 
We could labor on our own for years, but one moment of God’s favor turns things around and causes restoration and change in our life. Favor cannot be bought or earned, but through Jesus, we have an introduction into it. God bestows favor on us as a gift and a token of love, and this favor can be defined as friendship. We are to abide in this specia…
 
In this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World show, it is my delight to welcome Rupert Read - public scholar and climate activist. He is based in England, but I spoke to him in France where he was leading a residency on eco-spirituality and the moderate flank (something you’ll hear more about) Rupert Read is an Associate Professor of Philosop…
 
Deforestation is partially a result of traditional agriculture practices so we’re looking into alternative agriculture to find out how it can actually benefit the environment. We're focusing on two farming innovations, one of which doesn’t involve soil to grow plants and another that uses a machine to clean up cow manure. Stanley Janicki is the vic…
 
The Story of Curtis Brooks Curtis Brooks has been on the A&E Program: #kidsbehindbars He was incarcerated at age 15. On April 10, 1995 in Aurora, Colorado, 15-year-old Curtis Brooks was one of four teenagers involved in the death of Christopher Ramos as they tried to steal his car. As a result, Curtis was sentenced to life in prison without parole.…
 
When we are highly developed in something, manifestations will develop quickly, and our faith is no different. There is a link between grace and faith, and also a difference between works of the Law and works of faith. The will of God is for all the spiritual promises made to us in the Bible to be manifested in our life, and our faith is the bridge…
 
NOT Pursuing your Dreams will NOT make you very happy. The Identity Archeologist, Josh Zepess, talks about this and also Personal Branding as it relates to Corporate America and Entrepreneurship. This is Josh's second time on 'The Bow Knows Who is Changing the World'. He talks about - How to Attract Clients and How to Turn Every Business FIRST Impr…
 
Sometimes we may wonder whether works are necessary now that we are under grace. If we choose to depend on the Law of Moses to justify us, then that means we are declaring ourselves righteous by self-performance. Grace means we no longer have to perform according to the Law to get God to bless us or show us favor. But we must not get confused betwe…
 
Are Your Business Systems Efficient? Are staff changes threatening knowledge loss in your company? Are you a franchisor looking to scale but need mature processes to protect quality and your brand? Do you want to improve your business systems but need clearly defined workflows before you can begin? Does your quality management system lack the struc…
 
In this episode of Sense-Making in a Changing World podcast it is my delight to welcome back to the show - regenerative designer, practitioner, author, climate activist, and visionary, Joe Brewer - a transdisciplinary scholar who is dedicated to healing and regenerating the earth, and connecting with people who want to participate in the urgent glo…
 
Because it’s Earth Day in two days, we thought, what better way to celebrate than by talking about the most iconic symbol of the Earth? Trees are nature’s first line of defense when it comes to fighting climate change, because of their capacity to remove carbon from the atmosphere and store it. In this episode we’ll learn about two ways that will h…
 
Our minds can play tricks on us. If we believe something that is incorrect long enough, our minds can become closed to the truth. The truth is that Jesus freed us from sin when he died on the cross, which means we no longer have to keep sinning. If we continue in sin, it is because we have a flawed understanding of the power of his death and resurr…
 
Guests: Steve Reyes David Hughes - Looking back at how Hollywood has portrayed Jesus, either with blasphemy or honor, shows where culture really is. Plus, hear Jim Caviezel, the actor who played Christ in Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ, tell of his personal experience, including being struck by lightning while hanging on the Cross in the m…
 
Can digital technology open up university education for all? In this World changers episode, Vice-Chancellor Simone Buitendijk speaks to Dr Bronwen Swinnerton. Digital technology is often promised as the key to widening participation in university education for more students. But such technology isn’t neutral, and not all learners have the same acc…
 
We know that corporations have known about their own role in climate change for some time but while they might be accountable, individuals are also responsible for managing their own carbon-producing behavior. On today's episode, we’re looking at a decades-long blame game and then we'll find out about the recent SEC ruling that could change the way…
 
The Bible is the spiritual road map for our lives, but the devil will do anything he can to keep us from believing what’s in it. One way to defeat his efforts is to pray in tongues. Speaking in tongues is talking directly to God, and it is a foreign language to anyone operating in the natural. The gift of tongues the Holy Spirit gives to Believers …
 
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