How We Change the World

Updated: 15 May 2024 • 73 episodes
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The mission at How We Change the World is to inspire the kind of hope that leads to action toward solving the many global challenges unique to the times in which we live. We’ll do that in by engaging in conversations with people making progress in the areas of climate change, poverty, health, governance, social justice, animal welfare, preserving the natural world, and so much more. We’ll talk to people around the world who are engaged at all levels of action, from scientists to political leaders, from naturalists to schoolteachers to business leaders, from farmers to authors to activists.

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In this conversation with Sol, we discuss the transformative power of connecting ancient wisdom with the challenges and opportunities of modern life. Sol, also known as Kat Ross, is a ray of light in the realms of healing and personal transformation. Her journey from a successful career in the solar industry to embraci

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This week on "How We Changed the World," we are thrilled to be joined by Ditte Lysgaard Vind, a visionary in the field of sustainable design and circular economy. As the author of "Danish Design Heritage and Global Sustainability" and a staunch advocate for the integration of environmental considerations into design, D

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👉🏼 See Full Show Notes & Photos Here 🎙️ World-changers are at their best when they are emotionally resilient. If you're in pursuit of rapid and profound emotional healing—beyond what traditional talk therapy offers—this episode is for you. Join us as we revisit the methods of Dr. Deb Sandella, a distinguished psycho

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FULL SHOW NOTES & PHOTOS Did you know that beagles, one of America’s most cherished dog breeds, are the most common canine victims of laboratory testing due to their extremely docile nature? This heartbreaking reality motivates Shannon Keith, our guest today, who is an animal rights lawyer and the founder of the Beagle

SEE FULL SHOWNOTES & PHOTOS Can the practice of mindfulness truly reshape society and help us solve our intractable challenges like climate change, endless war, and increasing polarity? Join us as Oren Jay Sofer, renowned mindfulness and nonviolent communication expert, explores this critical question. In this episode

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Fifteen years ago, Thomas Keown discovered his life's mission in the slums of Kenya: to combat child injustice through systemic change. Today, his initiative, Many Hopes, is making strides worldwide, proving that children saved from poverty and abuse can become tomorrow's leaders of change. In this episode, Thomas shar

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