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    Surviving the Future with Shaun Chamberlin

    Surviving the Future with Shaun Chamberlin

    (Originally Released: December 10, 2016) Today is part two of the conversation with Shaun Chamberlin (Part 1 ), editor of Lean Logic and Surviving the Future, on the work of David Fleming. This time we focus on Shaun including his background, current activities, and what it means to bear David’s Legacy. Along the way, the […]

    What About Christmas? with Ethan Hughes

    What About Christmas? with Ethan Hughes

    (Originally Released: December 14, 2015) Enjoy this episode? Become a Patron. In this conversation, that arises from a listener question posed by Amelia, Ethan shares ways that we can transform our holiday experience from a consumption-driven exchange to one where gifts are given based on need or in service to others. He also stresses the […]

    Lean Logic: The Work of David Fleming

    Lean Logic: The Work of David Fleming

    (Originally released: November 20, 2016) My guest today is Shaun Chamberlin, the editor of Lean Logic: A Dictionary for the Future and How to Survive It and Surviving the Future, both of which are based on the work of the late David Fleming (1940 – 2010). The conversation is as much a discussion of these […]

    Climate Change and The Path Ahead

    Climate Change and The Path Ahead

    (Originally Released: May 25, 2017) Giulianna Maria Lamanna, of The Fifth World , drops a huge two-part question on us in this episode, a continuation of the MAPC 2016 Q&A. 1. Are there people in the permaculture community talking about climate change and the impact of global warming on invasive species? 2. Is it our responsibility as […]

    Interview: David Holmgren – RetroSuburbia (Part 2)

    Interview: David Holmgren – RetroSuburbia (Part 2)

    This episode looks at what brought David Holmgren to the present moment and writing RetroSuburbia. From David Bilbrey’s questions, David Holmgren shares the past and ongoing influences that guided the development of permaculture from those first days in the 1970s through to how this work continues to grow to the current day. You can find him, […]