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Episode #42 – Zack Walsh: Common Goods for the Common Good

Andrew Schwartz talks with Zack Walsh about common goods for the common good. Zack is a systems thinker and environmental philosopher whose research has included a focus on rethinking the organization of human communities for an ecological civilization. He was Senior Researcher of Economics and Governance at One Project, Research Associate for the Institute for…

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Episode #41 – Tim Jackson: Postcapitalism, Post Growth, & the Future of Work

Andrew Schwartz talks with Tim Jackson about post capitalism, post growth economies, and the future of work for the long-term wellbeing of people and the planet. Tim is an ecological economist and writer, Director of the Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (a multidisciplinary research centre which aims to understand the economic, social and…

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Episode #39 – Natalie Foster: Reframing Labor for an Ecological Civilization

Andrew Schwartz talks with Natalie Foster. Natalie is the co-chair and co-founder of the Economic Security Project, a network to support exploration and experimentation of a guaranteed income and reigning in the unprecedented concentration of corporate power. She is also a senior fellow at the Aspen Institute’s Future of Work Initiative, which advocates a comprehensive…

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Episode #37 – Bridget Mugambe: Agroecology for Ecological Civilization

Andrew Schwartz talks with Bridget Mugambe. Bridget is a social scientist with over 15 years of work experience with NGOs in management, strategic planning, budgeting, fundraising, and gender mainstreaming. She’s an expert in policy analysis, advocacy, capacity building, and the generation and dissemination of information on food sovereignty. She serves as the Program Coordinator for AFSA (Alliance…

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Episode #36 – Vandana Shiva: Changing Global Food Systems

You can also listen to this episode on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube. Andrew Schwartz talks with Vandana Shiva about why the world’s farmers are going hungry. Vandana is an internationally renowned author, scientist, and activist whom Forbes Magazine identified as one of the 7 most powerful women on the globe. In this deep dive discussion on the…

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