Some radical New Year’s Resolutions for 2020!
In this special Halloween episode I explore why witches are so threatening to capitalism. I said this episode would be shorter. It wasn’t. I talk a lot. This is the … Continue reading Episode 13: The Power of Witches!
In this episode, I announce the new podcast name, which I will be rolling out over the next month, and I discuss the climate strike and Canadian elections! Resources from … Continue reading Episode 12: The Re-enchantment: in-against-and-beyond capitalism
In this episode I explore the implications the global insect decline. Why are insects in decline and, more importantly why should you care? What actions can we take in cities … Continue reading Episode 11: The Global Insect Decline
In this episode I interview Starhawk, author, activist, and permaculture teacher, about the crisis of climate change and the promise of regeneration.
In this episode I talk about struggles for excellent and free public transit and for the creation of walkable, bikeable neighbourhoods. I argue that we simply cannot create socially just, … Continue reading Episode 9: People powered transportation!
In this episode I discuss the radical potential of re-commoning social reproduction, or the work of everyday life that is necessary for human existence, by exploring the newest book by … Continue reading Episode 8: Re-enchanting the world through commoning: the work of Silvia Federici
Welcome to 2019. I invite you to step out of despair and get ready to create a movement to transform the world. In this interview I talk to Steve D’Arcy, … Continue reading Episode 7: Building an environmental movement that can win!
As a special end-of-2018 treat, I decided to do a bonus episode of Permaculture for the People in which I review David Holmgren’s new book RetroSuburbia: the downshifters guide to a resilient future. Enjoy and … Continue reading Bonus episode. RetroSuburbia: a review
In this episode I interview Naomi Hossain, a political sociologist and researcher, about food crises and food riots. Understanding that food scarcity is not what causes famines or even rising … Continue reading Episode 6: Food Crises and Food Riots with Naomi Hossain
In this episode I discuss two important struggles of working class people going on RIGHT NOW: the struggle of postal workers in Canada to strike and the spontaneous riots in … Continue reading Episode 5: Workers of the World Unite: we have a world to win!!
In this episode I give some background about the global refugee crisis and provide the framework with which I believe permaculture people should view this crisis. I then interview the … Continue reading Episode 4: Permaculture and the Refugee Crisis with Rosemary Morrow