Episode 210. Think Quantumly, Act Locally

In this pre-COP 27 podcast, Christine discusses the world of vibrating energy and connection revealed by quantum mechanics. The question of how those of us who are alarmed about the climate emergency can apply that information to our current situation is examined.

Episode 209. A New Year, A New Direction

It’s 2022 and the Climate Emergency continues. Rose and Christine chat about what is ahead for them personally and for Eaarth Feels podcast.

Episode 208. Can Having the Courage to Tell Our Story Help Heal Our World? An interview With Gayle Nowak, The Story Stylist

Our stories are our greatest medicine. Speaking our story is the first step to healing ourselves and the world we cherish.

Episode #207. Best in Climate: From pollutant to product: the companies making stuff from CO2, by Zoë Corbyn

Imagine shoes, meat , vodka, jet fuel and concrete using captured carbon as an essential key ingredient. The technology is already here. Link: This story originally appeared in The Guardian and is part of Covering Climate Now, a global journalism collaboration strengthening coverage of the climate story.

Episode #206. Can Ted Lasso Show Us How To Do the Right-est Thing?

**Spoiler Alert** Does Apple TV’s Ted Lasso, featuring a relentlessly optimistic American recruited to coach a professional English soccer (or football, if you aren’t North American) team, have any insight to offer those of us who are kept awake at night because of the climate emergency? The show’s second season includes an episode entitled “Do the Right-est Thing” and in today’s podcast Christine and Rose discuss what, if anything, this popular show has to teach us about doing just that in a time of global climate change.

Episode 205: Best in Climate: Youth and Hope, by Kahlil Gibran

As we continue to watch the old paradigm crumble and experience the birth pangs of a new world emerging this timeless essay from the Lebanese-American Poet Kahlil Gibran seems especially relevant.