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Best Biomimicry podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Biomimicry podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Future Thinkers is a media platform, community, and education portal dedicated to the evolution of society, technology, and consciousness. Helping you become better adapted to our uncertain future. As seen in BBC, Forbes, World Economic Forum, and iTunes Top 40. Created by Mike Gilliland and Euvie Ivanova.
 
The Bioneers: Revolution from the Heart of Nature is an award-winning annual 13-part radio and audio series featuring breakthrough solutions for people and planet.The greatest social and scientific innovators of our time celebrate the genius of nature and human ingenuity. The kaleidoscopic scope covers biomimicry, ecological design, social and racial justice, women’s leadership, ecological medicine, indigenous knowledge, spirituality and psychology. It’s leading-edge, hopeful, charismatic, p ...
 
Dr Phil Richardson explores how to solve complex problems in strategy, innovation and change management using business models created from biological systems. Based on 3.8 billion years of evolution biological systems can provide a unique, if not counterintuitive way of thinking differently. The approach has been successfully used in product and service development, creating new ways of working, improving collaboration and delivering disruptive change.
 
Sustainability Defined is the podcast that defines sustainability, one concept (and bad joke) at a time. Hosts Scott Breen and Jay Siegel explore a new topic each episode with the help of an expert in the field. Each concept falls into one of seven sectors -- Energy, Cities, Natural Environment, Transportation, Business, Policy, and Social -- and is visually represented in a Sustainability Tree found at www.sustainabilitydefined.com.
 
As these videos bring to life, ecological design systems are far more efficient, economical, and humane than current design norms. In place of today’s failed brute-force approaches that attempt to dominate the natural world, these innovators are demonstrating sophisticated ways of designing buildings, vehicles, technologies, cities and social systems to interact harmoniously with living systems - enlivening you with just how advanced the Ecological Design revolution is. Since 1990, Bioneers ...
 
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the world population is expanding at a mind-boggling rate. The world reached 1 billion people in 1800; 2 billion by 1922; and over 6 billion by 2000. It is estimated that the population will swell to over 9 billion by 2050. That means that if the world’s natural resources were evenly distributed, people in 2050 will only have 25% of the resources per capita that people in 1950 had. If we intend to leave our children and grandchildren with the same standar ...
 
Benchroom is a design, life, and advice podcast hosted by Nicholas Baker and Aaron Mendoza, design students at the Savannah College of Art and Design. The Benchroom podcast was named after the shop space here at SCAD’s Gulfstream Center for Design. The Benchroom is a place were ideas are born and an incubator for great collaborations. We wanted to share this sense of benchroom friendship and creativity with the rest of the world in the form of a podcast. Please send us your questions and com ...
 
MASTERS OF REGENERATION RADIO FEATURES THE STORIES OF THE GLOBAL HEROES OF OUR TIME WHO DARE TO RE-IMAGINE AND CREATE A NEW HUMAN RELATIONSHIP TO THE NATURAL WORLD. We embrace our responsibility as apex predators on Earth to promote and support biodiversity with our presence and consumption choices. To accompany people through this profound shift in which humans understand themselves as ecosystems and being part of biological information flows, and genetic memory. To change the narrative on ...
 
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In this episode we talk about healing our gut… about our micro biome and Earth’s different biomes, about these gut-wrenching times our shadows, our personal truth, coming back to our belonging place, this collective healing transition, fermentation as an alternative to the textile industry and letting go of our dependency on oil, and giving Nature …
 
Tune in as we talk with Janine Benyus about how she has helped some of the world’s top companies design for the future by drawing inspiration from 3.8 billion years of nature’s blueprint. Benyus has worked with companies like Boeing, Colgate-Palmolive, Nike, General Electric, Herman Miller, HOK architects, IDEO, Interface, Natura, Procter and Gambl…
 
City-Sized Swarms of Locusts Are Annihilating Crops in East Africa and Middle East (0:32)Guest: Quinn Mecham, Professor of Political Science, BYUWhile the world deals with the coronavirus pandemic, a plague of locusts is swarming across East Africa and the Middle East. The locusts are devouring crops and their numbers are multiplying rapidly. It re…
 
Politics Is Influencing How Countries Report COVID-19 Cases (0:30)Guest: Eric Jensen, JD, Professor of International Law, Brigham Young UniversityThe United States currently leads the world in COVID-19 cases, followed by Spain, Italy, Germany, France and then China. But US intelligence officials say China’s numbers are probably much higher and the …
 
Gospel, Soul and Classical Musical Savant Finds Strength in Faith (:32)Guest: Damien Sneed, Pianist, Organist, Composer, Conductor, Vocalist and Creator of “We Shall Overcome”Damien Sneed was such a musical prodigy that at the age of 8 he was hired to be the music director for the senior choir at his church. So, here’s this 8-year-old piano whiz wo…
 
Actor George Takei’s Firsthand Account of His Childhood in an Internment Camp for Japanese Americans (0:32)Guest: George Takei, Actor/Activist/Author of “They Called Us Enemy” George Takei shot to fame aboard the Starship Enterprise – even taking the captain’s chair on occasion. Before Takei was Star Trek’s Sulu, he was a child, imprisoned with his…
 
Transportation is a major source of global greenhouse gas emissions. In the United States, it's actually the #1 source, above both energy and industry, which, you know, are kind of big activities. A transition to e-Mobility – the use of transportation modes that are fully or partly driven with an electric drivetrain – along with decarbonizing our e…
 
This is the 2nd livestream we did on the second-order effects of coronavirus on society, politics, and economy. The recording is from March 13, so some of the things we talk about here have already happened, or are happening right now in the world. Links And Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Consequences of COVID-19 Pandemic, livestream replay o…
 
Uncertainty Over Cost and Access to Future COVID-19 Exposes Flaws in US Drug System (0:30)Guest: Robin Feldman, Arthur J. Goldberg Distinguished Professor of Law, Director of the Center for Innovation at University of California Hastings, Author of "Drugs, Money, & Secret Handshakes: The Unstoppable Growth of Prescription Drug Prices"A vaccine for …
 
Korean Natural Farming is very detailed and very adaptable. On today's episode of Shaping Fire, host Shango Los leads certified KNF educator Drake down some uncommon paths to discuss how to adapt KNF for atypical implementations like growing and wildcrafting in the city, collecting IMO in desert environments and using preparations for human health …
 
How the $2 Trillion in Pandemic Relief Is Supposed to Help the Economy (0:31)Guest: Richard Evans, PhD, Associate Director and Senior Lecturer, Master’s Program in Computational Social Science, University of ChicagoCongress has so far approved a little more than $2-trillion in stimulus and relief to deal with the economic impact of the coronavirus …
 
Olympics to Happen Next Summer in Tokyo (0:29)Guest: David Wallechinsky, President of the International Society of Olympic HistoriansThere will be no 16 days of glory this summer in Tokyo. For the first time in modern Olympic history, the games have been postponed to next summer. Three other times the Olympics were canceled – and it took a world wa…
 
When a culture is disintegrating and the stories everybody believed in no longer fit, its time to rekindle our connection to ancient wisdom and universal truths. Mythologist, author and storyteller Michael Meade, founder of the Mosaic Multicultural Foundation, reminds us that the word apocalypse - which has come to mean the end of the world, actual…
 
Behind Movie Sound Effects (0:34)Guest: Marko Costanzo, Emmy Award-Winning Foley ArtistWe know there’s a lot of movie watching going on right now with everyone cooped up at home, so here’s a conversation about the really surprising origin of the sounds you hear when you watch a film. Marko Costanzo’s done sound effects for a bunch of hit movies and…
 
Farmland dominates the landscape and watersheds in the Midwest. The way that land is used and managed has profound effects on our health through the water we drink and the food we eat. Farming can actually make water cleaner and the environment healthier. Farms doing exactly that are scattered across the Midwest. Tune in to learn how the Environmen…
 
Yes, the Government Can Shut Businesses Down and Force You to Stay Inside (0:29)Guest: Nicholas Duston, Partner, Norris McLaughlinThe last few weeks of government orders to stay at home have been bewildering for Americans used to personal freedoms. Just how far can the government go in a situation like this? Could it get to a point where people are…
 
How COVID-19 is Affecting Immigration Detainees (0:30)Guest: Patrick Michels, Immigration Investigative Reporter, Reveal - From the Center for Investigative ReportingAcross the country, more than 37,000 immigrants are being detained by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement in conditions that are sometimes crowded and prime for the spread of diseas…
 
When VPs Run for America’s Top Office (0:35)Guest: Joel K. Goldstein, Professor of Law, Saint Louis University, Author of “The Modern American Vice Presidency: The Transformation of a Political Institution” and “The White House Vice Presidency: The Path to Significance, Mondale to Biden” Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is still in the 2020 president…
 
Workers Most at Risk for Catching, Spreading Coronavirus (0:31)Guest: Marissa Baker, Assistant Professor of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, University of Washington Congress is wrangling over how best to prop up the US economy as coronavirus shutdowns drive businesses and individuals into dangerous financial territory. The $2 trilli…
 
Does It Really Matter if Political Ads Are Allowed on Social Media? (0:36)Guest: Adam Durfee, Managing Director of YDigital Agency, Brigham Young UniversityFacebook has been fighting hard to remove misinformation about COVID-19 from the site. What it won’t take down? Political ads. CEO Mark Zuckerberg sees Facebook as a public square where the abil…
 
Our guest in this episode is Bonnitta Roy, an author, philosopher, and teacher who’s focusing on building greater capacities for human sense-making. We talk about group processes, ego deconstruction and shadow work in group setting, the insights into the nature of the mind, and rediscovering our evolutionary spiritual capacities. Show notes: http:/…
 
Our guest today is Richard Heinberg, Senior Fellow-in-Residence at the Post Carbon Institute. We will discuss what our future climate might mean for us and how we can prepare for the coming changes. Richard is an American journalist and educator who has written extensively on energy, economic, and ecological issues, including oil depletion. He is t…
 
Global Pandemic Response Illustrates Consequences of America’s Tunnel-Vision War on Terror (0:32)Guest: David Kilcullen, Former Advisor to the US in Iraq and Afghanistan, Professor of Practice in Global Security, Arizona State University, Author of “The Dragons and the Snakes: How the Rest Learned to Fight the West”One of the clearest lessons of th…
 
As Hospitals Brace for COVID-19, Americans Work to “Flatten the Curve” (0:35)Guest: Drew A. Harris, DPM, MPH, Assistant Professor of Population Health, Thomas Jefferson UniversityToday, the US government urged all hospitals to cancel elective medical or dental surgeries so they can be ready for a wave of seriously-ill COVID-19 patients. New analysi…
 
2020 Census Underway Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic (0:31)Guest: D’Vera Cohn, Senior Writer/Editor Focusing on Immigration and Demographics, Pew Research Center, @AllThingsCensusEvery ten years the US counts every person living in the country. That count is underway right now, but it’s unusual for a number of reasons: it’s the first time everyone pa…
 
Coronavirus Quarantine Tips (0:33)Nina Shapiro, MD, professor, UCLA, author of “Hype: A Doctor’s Guide to Medical Myths”So school is canceled, meetings of more than 50 people are canceled and you’re working from home because of the coronavirus pandemic. But you feel fine and so do your kids. As far as you know you haven’t come into contact with any…
 
Religion is the oldest, most compelling moral framework for social action. As director of World Wildlife Fund’s Sacred Earth Program, Buddhist Dekila Chungyalpa shows how religion and spiritual consciousness are emerging globally as powerful forces for restoring our relationship with nature and each other.…
 
Most discussions of using cannabis to help relieve the symptoms of Parkinson's Disease are woefully incomplete and don't offer much actionable information for the actual patient or their family. On this episode of Shaping Fire, host Shango Los talks with cannabinopathic researcher and health educator Zoe Sigman about what Parkinson's is at the cell…
 
In this episode we are discussing the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, the kinds of effects it is having on global systems, what kinds of societal changes and opportunities arise from it, and how individual can cope with this increasingly difficult situation. Resources: COVID-19: The Basics You Need To Know - https://medium.com/futurethinkers/covid…
 
Globally acclaimed teacher Stephen Ritz shows readers how, in one of the nation’s poorest communities, his students thrive in school and in life by growing, cooking, eating, and sharing the bounty of their green classroom. His innovative program began by accident. When a flower broke up a brawl among burly teenagers at a tough South Bronx high scho…
 
Will the Coronavirus Pandemic Spark a Global Recession? (0:31)Guest: Josh Bivens, Director of Research, Economic Policy InstituteThe economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic are expanding hourly, as more countries restrict travel, businesses and universities close or urge people to work from home and large gatherings get cancelled – the NBA, NH…
 
US Withdrawing Troops in Peace Deal With Afghanistan (0:30)Guest: Eric Jensen, JD, Professor of International Law, Brigham Young UniversityThe US this week began withdrawing troops from Afghanistan to fulfill its part of a peace deal signed with the Taliban on February 29. By the summer, America has committed to bringing home a third of its 13,000 …
 
It’s Not Just Russia. US Political Campaigns Are Also Weaponizing Disinformation. (0:31)Guest: McKay Coppins, Staff Writer, the AtlanticUS intelligence officials have warned that Russia is again meddling in the Presidential election, spreading false information online and inflaming divisions between Americans. But it’s not just the Russians. As McK…
 
When It Comes to Coronavirus Info, Who Can You Trust? (0:31)Guest: Scott C. Ratzan MD, MPA, Distinguished Lecturer, Graduate School of Public Health, City University of New YorkShould you cancel your travel plans because of coronavirus? Keep your kids home from school? Stop going to church and other gatherings? It’s really hard to know with the ste…
 
Downstairs at the White House (0:38)Guest: Donald Stinson, Author, “Downstairs at the White House”Media outlets these days have entire teams dedicated to sniffing out the intrigue going on inside the White House: Who’s meeting with whom. Who’s feuding with whom. And every one who leaves a job inside the eventually writes a tell-all memoir, but I’ve…
 
It’s Down to Just Two: Biden and Bernie (0:30)Guest: Chris Karpowitz, PhD, Professor of Political Science, Co-Director of the Center for the Study of Elections and Democracy, BYU; Grant Madsen, PhD, Professor of History, BYUThe Democratic field for President has narrowed to Senator Bernie Sanders and Vice President Joe Biden. Elizabeth Warren has j…
 
Violence Between India’s Hindus and Muslims Is Escalating, But It’s Not New (0:32)Guest: Aatish Taseer, Reporter, “In Search of India’s Soul” on Al Jazeera, Author of “Twice Born,” “The Way Things Were,” “Stranger to History”While President Trump was dining with India’s Prime Minister in New Delhi last week, violence between Muslims and Hindus turn…
 
Coronavirus Is Here and Spreading. Now We Should Focus on Slowing It Down. (0:30)Guest: Michael Mina, MD, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology and Immunology, Harvard UniversityAfter weeks of travel restrictions and quarantines, the coronavirus is still spreading. In fact, experts now think the virus has been circulating in Washington State for week…
 
Sharks have long fascinated the public. While popular media has often promoted images of large, aggressive predators, most sharks are not dangerous to people and moreover are a vital part of many healthy ocean ecosystems. Join Scripps Institution of Oceanography's Dovi Kacev for an illuminating journey into the Southern California Bight to learn ab…
 
For many, the most effective way to be self-sufficient with cannabis is to grow indoors using a small, dedicated cultivation tent with a light. Tents are a whole lot of fun to grow in and for many provide their first opportunity to get really close to the cannabis plant. On this episode of Shaping Fire, host Shango Los talks with cultivation educat…
 
With climate-driven disasters becoming the new normal, building resilience is the grail. Communities around the world are developing models created out of practical necessity. We hear on-the-ground stories from two different communities building resilience in the wake of serial disasters. Estrella Santiago Perez and her innovative community rights …
 
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