Friday at 9:30 am

Bioneers

Bioneers brings bold innovators with break-through solutions to the airwaves with our eighth annual radio series. “Bioneers: Revolution from the Heart of Nature” airs in more than 250 cities in the U.S., Canada, Australia and Ireland and is free to all stations, distributed by WFMT Radio Network.

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Real Change: The Political Gets Personal August 22, 2014 | 9:30 am

How can we manifest the world we want, and who we want to be? Actor-activist Danny Glover and Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins, former CEO of Green For All, show how one sure path to resilience is to build community and social movements. That requires learning how to reach out across our differences – and it gets really personal.
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100% Renewables: Late and Fast August 29, 2014 | 9:30 am

Governments and businesses are recognizing climate chaos as the threat multiplier from hell. The answer is not business as usual. How about crowdfunding and democratizing investment in clean energy? Young change-maker turned clean energy entrepreneur Billy Parish, founder of Mosaic, and banker Marco Krapels, co-founder of The Solutions Project, say 100% renewable energy is both possible and imperative. (03-14)
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The Sophia Century: When Women Come Into Co-Equal Partnership September 5, 2014 | 9:30 am

Women-led movements arising around the world herald a profound shift that changes everything. Visionary women leaders Osprey Orielle-Lake , Leila Salazar and Lynne Twist report on the women leading the clean energy revolution in Africa, defending the Amazonian rainforest, and making peace in Liberia. (04-14)
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Don’t Fence Me In: Linked Landscapes, Citizen Science and Wild Nature September 12, 2014 | 9:30 am

As lion populations crash in Africa, baboon numbers explode. Associate Professor of Ecology and Conservation Justin Brashares illuminates how to stem the cascading harms of nature out of balance. Visionary author Mary Ellen Hannibal recounts inspiring stories of citizen scientists restoring health to “the spine of the continent” from Alaska to Mexico by connecting nature back to itself. (05-14)
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Shapeshifting Detroit: Overcoming Drive-By Economics September 19, 2014 | 9:30 am

The citizens of Detroit are challenging the failed policies that have long favored corporate wealth over the well being of city residents. Leading change-makers Malik Kenyatta Yakini, Lottie Spady and Sister Gloria Rivera are seeding community resilience with one of the most robust urban agricultural movements in the U.S., while contradicting the manipulative media narratives that justify oppression. (06-14)
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Hanging On: Treetop Truths for Disruptive Times August 15, 2014 | 9:30 am

Nalini Nadkarni is riding a new current of innovative scientists uncovering previously unexplored wonders in the forest canopy.
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‘Flavas’ of a Whole Community: Recipes for Food Justice August 8, 2014 | 9:30 am

The People's Grocery Executive Director and home-grown food justice leader Nikki Henderson, is working to curb low-income community health problems that stem from a lack of access to and knowledge about healthy, fresh, and locally grown foods.
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A Parade of Dwarves: Democratizing Wealth for a New Economy August 1, 2014 | 9:30 am

Political economist and historian Gar Alperovitz and social entrepreneur Ted Howard of the Democracy Collaborative, depict breakthrough models for breaking the vicious cycle of extreme wealth inequality by democratizing ownership and access to capital.
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Inner Resilience: Back to Our True Nature July 25, 2014 | 9:30 am

Visionary physician Dr. Gabor Maté explores the deepest psychological, emotional and social forces that are leading to our society's poor health and unhappiness.
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Women Changing the Story: Mother Bears, Polar Bears, Purpose and Power July 18, 2014 | 9:30 am

Courageous and eloquent environmental and social justice leaders - journalist Rose Aguilar, biologist Sandra Steingraber, and reproductive justice advocates Vanessa Daniel and Eveline Shen - share their stories of how the leadership of women is changing the story and the world.
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Resilience from the Ground Up: A New Strategic Narrative July 11, 2014 | 9:30 am

Author and 350.org founder Bill McKibben, Transition U.S. leader Carolyne Stayton, community organizer Mary Gonzales and retired Marine Colonel Mark 'Puck' Mykleby, are building on the national movement to create resilience from the ground up at the local level.
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Church Without a Roof: Keeping the Faith with Creation Care July 4, 2014 | 9:30 am

Episcopal Reverends Fletcher Harper and Sally Bingham, and Baptist Church Administrator G.L. Hodge preach the gospel of Creation Care - the "oneness of all life" philosophy being embraced by progressive faith communities everywhere.
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One Percent Solutions: Climate Disruption, Fossil Billionaires and Democracy Deficits June 27, 2014 | 9:30 am

Activist Victor Menotti, legal scholar john a. powell, and author and political operative Steven Hill outline strategies for shifting power from the clenches of fossil fuel mega-billionaires, to unlock the political stranglehold on American democracy, energy policies and politics.
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Amazon Visions: Solutions for Saving the Lungs of the Planet June 20, 2014 | 9:30 am

Amazon Watch founder Atossa Soltani and visionary political leader Marina Silva, Brazil's past Minister of the Environment, are supporting local indigenous peoples to protect their lifeways and the fragile Rainforest ecosystem that sustains our planet.
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Betting Big on a Native Dream: Coming Home to a “We” Culture June 13, 2014 | 9:30 am

Chairman Greg Sarris of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, facing cultural resistance, gambled to create a casino that would uphold traditional values and benefit Native land and local communities.
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In Pursuit of Happiness: Becoming Beloved Community June 6, 2014 | 9:30 am

Civil liberties and legal scholar john a. powell, and social justice advocate Grace Bauer, advocate for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s vision of "beloved community" to overcome conflict, separation and the burdens of history, and work together to heal our societies.
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Disruptive Design: What Good Looks Like May 30, 2014 | 9:30 am

2012 Buckminster Fuller Challenge Award winners, visionary architect Jason McLennan and entrepreneur Cheryl Dahle, explore breakthrough systems designs that create a happy, healthy sustainable world.
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The New Abolitionists: Farewell, Fossil Fuels May 23, 2014 | 9:30 am

Renowned author and environmental activist Bill McKibben and award-winning biologist and author Sandra Steingraber illuminate the frontline fight of the global movement to abolish fossil fuels.
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Regeneration: Wisdom of the Wild, Generosity of the Heart May 16, 2014 | 9:30 am

Globally renowned social entrepreneur and author Paul Hawken eloquently portrays how humanity can win a sustainable future, by debunking the delusion that we're here on Earth for only ourselves.
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Intelligence in Nature: Coming Full Circle May 9, 2014 | 9:30 am

Author and anthropologist Jeremy Narby reveals his astonishing research on the profound intelligence active throughout nature. After all, how could people be intelligent if the nature that created us were not even more intelligent?
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Kicking the Habit: Sugar, Fat and Junk-Food Junkies May 2, 2014 | 9:30 am

Maggie Adamek's research for The Sugar Project tracks how the changing American diet has made profound health impacts on behavior, especially among our children. Transforming how we feed ourselves is showing that food is medicine that can change negative behavior dramatically.
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War, Earth, and the Soul: The Warrior’s Path of Redemption April 25, 2014 | 9:30 am

The traumatic wounding of war is so deep that it calls for more than antidepressants or stress management. Dr. Edward Tick's heart-rending experience shows us that transforming the demons of war can lead to a redemptive path of healing and reverence for life.
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Forest Lifeboat: From Spirit Bears to Victoria’s Dirty Secret April 18, 2014 | 9:30 am

How do you go from being a passionate tree-hugger to a business-suited change-maker on behalf of the forests? Enter Forest Ethics program director Tzeporah Berman. With a string of conservation successes, including the "Amazon of the North," her inspiring story show how innovative market-based strategies, strange bedfellows, and public embarrassment are powerful tools to preserve the wild places that provide our essential ecosystem services.
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Green-Collar Justice: Another World is Possible April 11, 2014 | 9:30 am

Entrepreneur and activist Omar Freilla and "deconstruction" business owner Justin Green are solving for pattern: By working to eliminate waste, they are creating green collar jobs and improving the environment in some of the nation's most underserved communities.
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Heart to Heart: Women’s Leadership in Transforming Culture April 4, 2014 | 9:30 am

Sarah Crowell, Joanna Macy, Susan Griffin, Sofia Quintero and Akaya Windwood take apart gender politics and put them back together with the emotional intelligence that is shifting the definition of power and fostering new models of women's leadership.
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A Fork in the Road: Make Friends with a Farmer March 28, 2014 | 9:30 am

Author and farmer Michael Ableman shares his cross-country journey celebrating the reverent reconnection with food and the land that is transforming how we will produce our future food.
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Indigenous Peace Technologies: The Ancient Art of Getting Along March 21, 2014 | 9:30 am

How do we create peace? What can we learn from indigenous societies who have addressed this profound question over thousands of years?
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A Fork in the Road: Make Friends with a Farmer March 21, 2014 | 9:30 am

Local, organic food is growing in popularity by leaps and bounds. Beyond the benefits to the growers, our health and the land, could it become a matter of survival?
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Going Local: From Wal-Mart to Small Mart March 14, 2014 | 9:30 am

Author and economist Michael Shuman portrays how locally-owned businesses and localized economies are circulating innumerable benefits back into the community, while raising environmental quality and the quality of life.
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Making Tomorrow Today: The Power of Youth March 7, 2014 | 9:30 am

Dynamic young people are surmounting considerable social and economic obstacles by following their dreams to create a better world.
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Thinking Like Cathedral Builders: Green Building for the Long Haul February 28, 2014 | 9:30 am

Few people realize that poor design and inefficient buildings account for half America's energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
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Global Warming: A Climate of Peril and Promise February 21, 2014 | 9:30 am

While human activity continues to devastate the atmosphere, a countervailing movement is afoot, evident in the deployment of alternative energy technologies and shifts in the design of our society.
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Nature’s Recipe Book: Life Shops At Home February 14, 2014 | 9:30 am

How would nature do it? Biomimicry is a revolutionary emerging science that models nature's genius to design leading-edge technologies that work in harmony with nature, not against it.
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How Close Does It Have to Get? The Open Space of Democracy February 7, 2014 | 9:30 am

In her writing and her life, Terry Tempest Williams reflects an expression of something better and higher in each of us. Here she wrestles with the question: "What are you willing to die for?"
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Frame or Get Framed: When Stories Change, the World Changes January 31, 2014 | 9:30 am

Estate Tax, or Death Tax? Living Wage, or Right To Work? Debates are not decided on the virtue of the facts or the science.
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We are the Land: The Compact of Kinship January 24, 2014 | 9:30 am

Most Americans agree that the environment must be protected. But what do we mean when we say "environment?"
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On the Ground of Democracy: The Second American Revolution January 17, 2014 | 9:30 am

Genetically engineered plants. Big box stores. Social-security privatization. Animal factory farms. Attorney Thomas Linzey says that the pattern that connects all of these is corporations. With his help, the unlikeliest people in the unlikeliest of places are successfully challenging corporate authority, re-writing the laws of the land, and reclaiming democracy and their environment.
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Transforming Tragedy: Linking Personal with Planetary Healing January 10, 2014 | 9:30 am

As every human being now carries a "body burden" of toxic chemicals, it's inescapably evident that what we do to our surroundings ends up back in our cells.
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Mother Ocean: Every Breath We Take January 3, 2014 | 9:30 am

Mother Ocean, the very source of life, the keystone of the planet's complex ecological balance and climate, today stands in dire peril.
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The Clash of Civilizations: Liberation Ecology and the New Superpower December 27, 2013 | 9:30 am

There is indeed a clash of civilizations today, between a sustainable civilization and a disposable one.
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Who’s Got Next? Cultivating Feminine-Centered Leadership in a Post Hip-Hop Era December 20, 2013 | 9:30 am

Can young women and women of all ages act - personally or politically - with strength, courage and dignity from a place of internalized self-loathing?
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Hear Me, Don’t Fear Me: Youth Jam Future December 13, 2013 | 9:30 am

Wisdom comes from the mouths of babes, as the saying goes.
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Aligning Business with Biology: Breakthrough Economics December 6, 2013 | 9:30 am

Bioneers are successful employing the market the economics of nature to demonstrate how we can solve two of our most intractable environmental challenges.
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Time is Not Money: Waking from the Workaholic American Dream November 29, 2013 | 9:30 am

What would the alternative to overwork and the workaholic American dream look like?
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Surviving Climate Change: Plants, People and Place November 22, 2013 | 9:30 am

How secure is a far-flung global economy - and our food supply - in a time of climate change?
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Nature Heals All Wounds: Spirals, Seashells and Molecular Architecture November 15, 2013 | 9:30 am

In the burgeoning field of biomimicry, Bioneers are designing a technological civilization that harmonizes with nature's operating instructions.
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‘Flavas’ of a Whole Community: Recipes for Food Justice November 8, 2013 | 9:30 am

Nikki Henderson of the People's Grocery is profiled this morning.
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A Parade of Dwarves: Democratizing Wealth for a New Economy November 1, 2013 | 9:30 am

How do we breaking the vicious cycle of extreme wealth inequality?
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Inner Resilience: Back to Our True Nature October 25, 2013 | 9:30 am

What is behind our collective poor health and happiness?
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Women Changing the Story: Mother Bears, Polar Bears, Purpose and Power October 18, 2013 | 9:30 am

This morning, we celebrate courageous and eloquent environmental and social justice leaders.
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Resilience from the Ground Up: A New Strategic Narrative October 11, 2013 | 9:30 am

Today, it's a discussion about the national movement to create resilience from the ground up at the local level.
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Church Without a Roof: Keeping the Faith with Creation Care October 4, 2013 | 9:30 am

A discussion of Creation Care - the "oneness of all life" philosophy being embraced by progressive faith communities everywhere. Note - Due to the fund drive, this program will start at about 9:20, and Between the Lines will be pre-empted.
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One Percent Solutions: Climate Disruption, Fossil Billionaires and Democracy Deficits September 27, 2013 | 9:30 am

Strategies for shifting power from the clenches of fossil fuel mega-billionaires to unlock the political stranglehold on American democracy, energy policies and politics.
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Amazon Visions: Solutions for Saving the Lungs of the Planet September 20, 2013 | 9:30 am

Today, we'll hear from Amazon Watch founder Atossa Soltani and visionary political leader Marina Silva about ways to protect the lifeways of the Amazon.
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Betting Big On A Native Dream: Coming Home To A ‘We’ Culture September 13, 2013 | 9:30 am

Given the extreme economic disenfranchisement of Native American tribes, being an Indian in modern times has given rise to Indian casinos.
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In Pursuit of Happiness: Becoming Beloved Community September 6, 2013 | 9:30 am

Civil liberties and legal scholar John A. Powell and social justice advocate Grace Bauer show how Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision of “beloved community” can overcome conflict, separation and the burdens of history to transcend our fear of the “Other” and work together to heal our societies and the Earth.
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Disruptive Design: What Good Looks Like August 30, 2013 | 9:30 am

What does good, creative environmental design look like?
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The New Abolitionists: Farewell, Fossil Fuels August 23, 2013 | 9:30 am

Ecologist and activist Sandra Steingraber speaks on fossil fuels.
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Regeneration: Wisdom of the Wild, Generosity of the Heart August 16, 2013 | 9:30 am

"...What we lose is the delusion and suffering that we are here on Earth for ourselves. That is such a delusion, you know. Takers suffer always."
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A Fantastic Object: Social Capitalism and the United States of Europe August 9, 2013 | 9:30 am

Despite suffering severe shocks from the 2008 global economic and banking crisis, nations of the European Union have provided the world with a potent new economic species.
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Radical Patriotism: Growing Growers and Seeding Leaders for a Real Food Future August 2, 2013 | 9:30 am

What happens when green turns to grey? Fewer than 5 percent of 2 million American farmers are under 45 years old.
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Taking a Breath: Healing the Inner Environment July 26, 2013 | 9:30 am

Brain research is revealing astounding insights into the mechanisms of post-traumatic stress and neuroplasticity – the brain’s ability to be rewired and re-trained.
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Security by Design: Environmental Security is Homeland Security July 19, 2013 | 9:30 am

The concept of national security is moving beyond bullets, bombs, soldiers and warcraft to encompass the country’s internal resilience, health and environmental sustainability.
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Swimming Our Talk: Blue Mind, Ocean Heart July 12, 2013 | 9:30 am

Illuminating the magical underwater world, Jacques Cousteau’s 1960s films and TV show caused a sea change by moving the hearts and minds of tens of millions.
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Passing Through: Farming Fields of Dreams July 5, 2013 | 9:30 am

Our food and farming systems may top the list of the most destructive abuses of land in history. What needs to change? What models are there to guide us?
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Conspiracy of Ancestors: The Indigeneity Essentials June 28, 2013 | 9:30 am

We’re all indigenous to planet Earth, but we’ve not been acting that way.
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Good Jobs, Clean Environment: Both or Neither June 21, 2013 | 9:30 am

The emerging green economy promises to provide large-scale job creation while healing the Earth and building the middle class.
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Millions of Elders: Biomimicry and How Nature Would Do It May 31, 2013 | 9:30 am

Biomimicry is decoding astonishing treasures from nature’s recipe book that we can mimic for our technological and industrial practices.
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Not Fate But Choice: Reinventing Fire for the Clean Energy Era May 24, 2013 | 9:30 am

The internationally acclaimed energy and design strategist Amory Lovins shows how by 2050 we can run our energy system with no oil, coal or nuclear power.
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A World That Works For All: Fireflies, Dumpsters, Soft Power and Design Science May 17, 2013 | 9:30 am

The visionary designer and architect R. Buckminster Fuller’s remarkable legacy inspires new generations to create the Design Science Revolution he first called for in the 1960s.
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Escaping Control: Linking Gender, Social Movements and Democracy May 10, 2013 | 9:30 am

World-renowned feminist, writer and change-maker Gloria Steinem connects the dots among disparate social movements to reveal the common patterns of oppression that underlie them all.
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Working With Nature to Heal Nature: Landscapes of Hope May 3, 2013 | 9:30 am

On this edition of Bioneers, filmmaker-turned-ecological-restorer John Liu shifted from documenting China’s massive environmental and societal upheavals to filming a groundbreaking, large-scale ecosystem restoration cum local economic renewal.
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Unembedding the Media: Going where the Silence Is April 26, 2013 | 9:30 am

Today, a mere eight corporations control over 70% of the world's media.

Featuring Amy Goodman and Thom Hartmann

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A Sense of Wonder: Ecological Literacy and the Facts of Life April 19, 2013 | 9:30 am

Does our very survival now depend on our ability to understand the facts of life, nature's operating instructions, and how to live by them?
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Light at the Crossroads: Environment Meets Social Justice April 12, 2013 | 9:30 am

Because environmental destruction leads to scarcity, and scarcity leads to conflict, restoring the environment is key to peace.
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Think Globally, Act Non-Locally: Prayer, Healing and Fertility April 5, 2013 | 9:30 am

Can consciousness change the actual outside physical world at a distance? Dr. Larry Dossey says it can.
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Seeing the Forest for the Trees: An Ecology of the Heart March 29, 2013 | 9:30 am

Nine out of ten Americans strongly favor wilderness protection, but Federal policy actually threatens such preservation.
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Blue Gold: Who Owns the Rain? March 22, 2013 | 9:30 am

As water tables plummet and a billion of us lack access to clean water, large global corporations are gearing up to charge us for the rain. Changemaker Maude Barlow describes how companies are turning water into a commodity; and we hear from Nancy Price about what people are doing around the world to stop it.
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Tattooing the River People, Place and the Art of Diversity March 15, 2013 | 9:30 am

Award-winning painter Judy Baca describes how art can reconnect people to place, revive disappearing history, and repair cultural root systems. While working with at-risk youth to create The Great Wall of Los Angeles, the world's longest mural, Baca realized that restoring a disappeared river also meant restoring disappeared cultures.
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Designing the Way Out: Connecting the Drops March 8, 2013 | 9:30 am

Could Los Angeles stop draining water from the Colorado River and become self-sufficient? That's a question that Andy Lipkis and his organization Tree People are tackling in an unprecedented alliance with public works agencies
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All My Relations: Indigenous Vision March 1, 2013 | 9:30 am

In these ecologically dangerous times, many call for a fundamental change of heart if we are to restore vital ecosystems. Oren Lyons, Leslie Gray and the late John Mohawk remind us of the values that sustained people for thousands of years in a balance that supported the land. They offer direction toward nothing less than a value change for survival.
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Cultivating Women’s Leadership February 22, 2013 | 9:30 am

Young women across the U.S. are stepping boldly into their power. From the heart of Native American and urban communities, this generation of engaged women is taking leadership beyond old models of hierarchy and self-sacrifice. Vickie Downey, Rha Goddess and Lateefah Simon express the soul and passion at the center of new collaborative, egalitarian approaches to promoting positive social and environmental change.
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Bioneers will not be broadcast this week February 15, 2013 | 9:30 am

Due to our Winter Fund Dive, Bioneers will not be broadcast this week. If you'd like to show your financial support for this program, please go to http://www.kkfi.org/donate
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Bioneers will not be broadcast this week February 8, 2013 | 9:30 am

Due to our Winter fund drive, Bioneers will not be aired this week or next. If you'd like to show your financial support for this program, you can donate online at http://www.kkfi.org/donate/
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A Thing Unseen: The New Superpower of Global Popular Movements February 1, 2013 | 9:30 am

Despite its apparent dominance, is globalization a house of cards? With world opinion against it rising, globalization appears to be unraveling. Maude Barlow describes her experience in Cancun at the WTO Summit; Tom Hayden marks the birth of the next global superpower; and Holly Near invokes the spirit of a rising in the world.
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You Are Where You Eat: Trans-farming Urban Food and Growing Community January 25, 2013 | 9:30 am

LaDonna Redmond and Wil Bullock live in communities where 12-year-olds suffer heart attacks, and where it's easier to buy a semi-automatic weapon than an organic tomato. But they are changing that reality, providing access to fresh, healthy foods, and re-establishing the connections between food and community.
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Close Encounters of the Biological Kind: Learning from the Locals January 18, 2013 | 9:30 am

Nature bats last, but more importantly, it's her playing field. Wouldn't it be wise to learn the ground rules and how to play by them? Join naturalist Janine Benyus as she describes her exploration of biomimicry, the art of imitating nature's evolutionary genius to serve human ends harmlessly. What can the Namibian beetle teach us about coping with drought?
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The End of Sustainability: The Environment as a Human Right January 11, 2013 | 9:30 am

A healthy environment is not just a biological issue, but also a fundamental human right. Acclaimed social entrepreneur and author Paul Hawken proposes that we need to go far beyond "sustainability" as a guiding principle and dare to create a restorative economic system founded in social equity and power for all.
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Indigeneity: Becoming Native, Staying Native January 4, 2013 | 9:30 am

What would life be like if we could hear the land ask us to be a certain way, a way that leads us and the Earth back to wholeness and health? Native American activists, educators, and leaders Jeannette Armstrong, Leslie Gray, and Katsi Cook share an inspiring Earth-honoring vision of what it means to "re-indigenize" ourselves
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Returning to the Roundhouse: Revolution from the Heart of Woman December 28, 2012 | 9:30 am

The environment in developing countries of the South has often suffered most, and how these nations relate to the environment from here on is a make-it-or-break-it factor in planetary survival for all of us. Ethiopian visionary Bogaletch Gebre depicts how the interconnecting forces of environment, economy, women, health and ecological technologies are creating a future environment of hope.
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Restoring Life’s Fabric: The Biological Bottom Line December 21, 2012 | 9:30 am

Is the economy the most important thing? Canadian geneticist, author, and television producer David Suzuki says the economy is just a subset of ecology. Drawing on native wisdom and state-of-the-art science, he vividly demonstrates that what we do to what surrounds us, we do to ourselves, and suggests how to restore the fabric of the biosphere.
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Peace Means Coming Back to the Table: Transforming Urban War Zones December 14, 2012 | 9:30 am

War is a daily reality for many people living in the inner city. Restoring the environment starts by first restoring people. Aqeela Sherrills from Watts in South Central Los Angeles, who brokered the histroic peace treaty between the notorious gangs the Crips and the Bloods, sees that model now spreading across the country and the world.
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Race and Place: A Birthright to Creation December 7, 2012 | 9:30 am

It's a fact of life that communities of color and low-income communities suffer the worst environmental damage. Urban planner Greg Watson, physician Martha Arguello, and activist and scholar Carl Anthony show how these communities have found practical ways to reclaim
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Who’s in Charge? How Communities are Outlawing Corporate Factory Farming November 30, 2012 | 9:30 am

Why can powerful corporations legally pollute communities and override local decision-making? Attorney Tom Linzey is working to restore democracy by challenging the underlying laws and assumptions that give corporations civil rights without civil responsibilities.
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The Art of Relationships From Ecology to Healing November 23, 2012 | 9:30 am

Ecology is the superb art of interdependent relationships. Author and physicist Fritjof Capra, Native American educator Jeannette Armstrong, and medical researcher Jeanne Achterberg describe the complex and interconnected relationships inherent in living systems that can help heal our environment, our societies, and us.
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The Trojan Gene Genetic Engineering and the Future of Nature November 16, 2012 | 9:30 am

A handful of profit-driven biotechnology corporations are rewriting the genetic code of the tree of life, radically altering the composition of our food and releasing self-replicating genetic pollution into the natural world. Farmer Percy Schmeiser, technology expert Andrew Kimbrell, and Native American professor and farmer John Mohawk explore the implications of genetic engineering on the food we eat, the farmers who raise our food, the natural world and society.
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Organic and Beyond November 9, 2012 | 9:30 am

The biology of farming is complex and requires attentiveness to nature's own ways of doing things and the interdependence of relationships. Author and attorney Andrew Kimbrell is leading the Organic and Beyond Movement - a food revolution that offers health and food security for future generations and rejects the destructive industrial food productions model.
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Ecological Design: The Architecture of Nature and Democracy November 2, 2012 | 9:30 am

John Todd, an ecological designer in the field of biomimicry, imitates nature's evolutionary genius to serve human ends harmlessly, using nature's processes as the design for buildings, technologies and practical solutions to environmental devastation. Educator David Orr suggests that true ecological design can take place only in a society willing to ask, "How would nature do it?"
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Ecological Medicine: Healing the Planet, Healing Ourselves October 26, 2012 | 9:30 am

Did medicine's separation from nature propel our health care system into its current crisis? Join Dr. Andrew Weil and nurse and health activist Charlotte Brody as they describe how Ecological Medicine reunites the interdependence of medicine and nature, and restores the feminine principle in healing.
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The Alphabet vs. the Goddess October 19, 2012 | 9:30 am

How the Technology of Images is Feminizing the Planet and Restoring the Environment
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Security By Design: Environmental Security is Homeland Security September 28, 2012 | 9:30 am

The concept of national security is moving beyond bullets, bombs, soldiers and warcraft to encompass the country’s internal resilience, health and environmental sustainability. What’s needed, say two leading environmental visionaries, is the equivalent of a wartime mobilization to create a sustainable planet including a far more decentralized infrastructure.

Global energy strategist Amory Lovins and Oberlin College Professor David Orr advocate sustainability as the strategic imperative and foundation for a new national security narrative. The military is starting to agree

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Swimming Our Talk: Blue Mind, Ocean Heart September 21, 2012 | 9:30 am

Illuminating the magical underwater world, Jacques Cousteau’s 1960s films and TV show caused a sea change by moving the hearts and minds of tens of millions. Marine biologist Wallace J. Nichols, ocean advocates Philippe and Alexandra Cousteau, and the Truckee High School Envirolution Club are among the rising tides of passionate innovators making remarkable advances to understand and restore the waters of the world. Their inspiring stories give good reason for hope, including the scientific fact that we have a “blue mind” born in and of the ocean to guide us.
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Passing Through: Farming Fields of Dreams September 14, 2012 | 9:30 am

Our food and farming systems may top the list of the most destructive abuses of land in history. What needs to change? What models are there to guide us? Visionary organic farmer, food system entrepreneur and award-winning writer/photographer Michael Ableman reflects on what it will take to restore healthy thriving lands and a functional and equitable food system with access for all. How will we feed the world’s growing population and provide access to healthy food? As locavores know, the answers hit close to home.
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Conspiracy of Ancestors: The Indigeneity Essentials August 24, 2012 | 9:30 am

We’re all indigenous to planet Earth, but we’ve not been acting that way. Cultural ecologist, indigenous scholar and activist Dr. Melissa K. Nelson reminds native and non-native peoples alike that we all need to re-indigenize ourselves by learning and practicing nature’s operating instructions and the Original Instructions for how to be a human being.
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Good Jobs, Clean Environment: Both or Neither August 17, 2012 | 9:30 am

The emerging green economy promises to provide large-scale job creation while healing the Earth and building the middle class. Roxanne Brown, Assistant Legislative Director for the United Steelworkers and Steering Committee member of the BlueGreen Alliance, describes how this national partnership of major labor unions and environmental organizations is expanding the number and quality of jobs in the green economy.
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Millions of Elders: Biomimicry and How nature Would Do it August 10, 2012 | 9:30 am

Millions of Elders: Biomimicry and How nature Would Do it
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Not Fate But Choice August 3, 2012 | 9:30 am

The internationally acclaimed energy and design strategist Amory Lovins shows how by 2050 we can run our energy system with no oil, coal or nuclear power. He says we can achieve that vision with clean energy and energy conservation, led by business, without an act of Congress or any new inventions. By making this transition, we can save more than $5 trillion and double the size of the US economy.
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A World That Works for All July 27, 2012 | 9:30 am

A World That Works For All
Fireflies, Dumpsters, Soft Power and the Design Science Revolution

Sheila Kennedy

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Escaping Control Linking Gender, Social Movements and Democracy July 20, 2012 | 9:30 am

World-renowned feminist, writer and change-maker Gloria Steinem connects the dots among disparate social movements to reveal the common patterns of oppression that underlie them all.
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Working With Nature to Heal Nature: Landscapes of Hope July 13, 2012 | 9:30 am

Just like our bodies, nature has a profound capacity for healing and self-repair. Filmmaker-turned-ecological-restorer John Liu shifted from documenting China’s massive environmental and societal upheavals to filming a groundbreaking, large-scale ecosystem restoration cum local economic renewal.
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On the Ground of Democracy: The Second American Revolution | 9:30 am

Genetically engineered plants. Big box stores. Social-security privatization. Animal factory farms. The pattern that connects all of these is corporations.
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