Ep 13: Youth Voices on Climate Change with KidSpirit Members

By Eleanor Bennett

Hear from young people around the world—India, China, New Zealand, and the United States—on how they’re feeling about climate change, and what they think we can do to better care for each other and our fragile planet.

Ep 12: Falling in Love with the Earth with Mark Coleman

By Garrison Institute

A student of mindfulness and Buddhist practices for three decades, Mark Coleman, M.A., is a senior meditation teacher at Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Marin County, California. He has always been keen to share the fruits of meditation to wider audiences and founded The Mindfulness Institute, where he brings mindfulness trainings to Fortune 500 companies and the non-profit sector. Coleman also…

Svalbard Global Seed Vault

Ep 11: A Frozen Garden of Eden with Dr. Cary Fowler

By Eleanor Bennett

Welcome to episode eleven of the Climate, Mind and Behavior Podcast. Each episode, we’ll explore groundbreaking intersections between climate change, resilience, contemplative practice and human behavior. Deep inside an arctic mountain on a remote island off Norway is the Svalbard Global Seed Vault. Known by many as a frozen “Garden of Eden” and “Noah’s Ark” of plant life, it’s a bunker filled…

Ep 10: Transformational Resilience and Climate Change with Bob Doppelt

By Eleanor Bennett

Welcome to episode ten of the Climate, Mind and Behavior Podcast. Each episode, we’ll explore groundbreaking intersections between climate change, resilience, contemplative practice, and human behavior. Bob Doppelt is Executive Director of The Resource Innovation Group (TRIG), a non-partisan social science-based sustainability and global climate change organization. In addition, Doppelt is a professor at the University of Oregon where he…

Ep 9: A Buddhist Response to Climate Change with Kristin Barker

By Eleanor Bennett

Welcome to episode nine of the Climate, Mind and Behavior Podcast. Each episode, we’ll explore groundbreaking intersections between climate change, resilience, contemplative practice, and human behavior. Kristin Barker is the director and co-founder of One Earth Sangha. The group’s mission is to bring the essential wisdom and practices from the Buddhist tradition to collective engagement on critical ecological crises. A native…

Ep 8: The Water Protectors at Standing Rock with Pauly Denetclaw

By Eleanor Bennett

Welcome to episode eight of the Climate, Mind and Behavior Podcast. Each episode, we’ll explore groundbreaking intersections between climate change, resilience, contemplative practice and human behavior. Pauly Denetclaw is a Native American journalist born and raised in Manuelito, New Mexico. Interested in writing from a young age, she began her first book at eight years old. Today she is studying mass…

Ep 6: Land is Life with Piya Macliing Malayao

By Garrison Institute

Welcome to episode six of the Climate, Mind and Behavior Podcast. Each episode, we’ll explore groundbreaking intersections between climate change, resilience, contemplative practice and human behavior. Piya Macliing Malayao is the 27-year-old Secretary General of Katribu, a national alliance of Indigenous Peoples in the Philippines. She’s also the Land is Life Regional Coordinator for South Asia and the Pacific. Land is…

Ep 5: Justice for our Future with Lois Marie Gibbs

By Garrison Institute

Welcome to episode five of the Climate, Mind and Behavior Podcast. Each episode, we’ll explore groundbreaking intersections between climate change, resilience, contemplative practice and human behavior. Lois Marie Gibbs is a renowned environmental justice activist and author. You may also know her as the champion of the love canal disaster and the mother of the superfund. In 1980, the superfund was…