Earth to Humans

Earth to Humans

Earth to Humans

CATEGORY: Science
Earth to Humans is a bi-weekly interview series featuring conversations with some of the amazing humans who are fighting for a brighter and more just future for all of Earth's inhabitants. Join private conversations with top authors and access exclusive bonus content! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
  1. May 11, 2022
    1 hr 26 min
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    BEST OF: Dr. Sylvia F***ing Earle!
    While Sarinah and Hannah are on vacation, we decided to rebroadcast one of our "best of" episodes with Dr. Sylvia Earle, you'll understand why in a minute... Close your eyes, and picture yourself underwater. Se…
  2. April 27, 2022
    50 min
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    Drunk Flies and Stoned Dolphins with Dr. Oné R. Pagán
    Let’s go back in time about a few hundred million years. You’re a plant. And you’re a plant that’s been evolving alongside microorganisms, fungi and animals. Come to find out, everyone finds you particularly ta…
  3. April 13, 2022
    1 hr 27 min
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    Environmental Dating
    The modern dating world is a tricky thing to navigate. We all have expectations and desires - but what happens when you add environmentalism into the mix? For today's episode, we join together 4 singles who are…
  4. March 30, 2022
    50 min
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    Surprise! Cheetahs Are Not Pets
    An in-depth look at the illegal cheetah trade with the founder of the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF), Dr. Laurie Marker, and the CCF illegal wildlife trade lead Dr. Shira Yashphe. Join private conversations w…
  5. March 16, 2022
    56 min
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    A World Without Animals with Charlotte McConaghy
    The very first book I read by today’s guest haunted me for weeks after finishing it. I couldn’t shake the reality of the near-future world that she creates, which feels as terrifying as it is tangible and close…
  6. March 02, 2022
    47 min
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    Female Empowerment Through Financial Freedom
    On today’s episode, producer Hannah Mulvaney takes over the earth to humans podcast with an amazing interview with two folks leading the charge to create sustainable, environmentally friendly ways for women in…
  7. February 22, 2022
    2 min
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    The Earth to Humans Bookclub
    The ETH crew is happy to invite you to our very first book club meeting which will be Sunday, March 6th at 11am PST via Zoom featuring Author Mark Dowie, author of The Haida Gwaii Lesson. To sign up for this fr…
  8. February 16, 2022
    45 min
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    Should We Plant Joshua Trees in Idaho?
    To answer this question, we explore a transformative new approach to land management that has been adopted by the National Park Service. This new land management framework, known by the acronym RAD, was develo…
  9. February 02, 2022
    1 hr 15 min
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    The Joys and Fears of Women Who Wander
    Sarinah tackles female solo hiking from the perspectives of 5 women as she tries to make sense of managing both the physical and mental fears of hiking alone, but also the beauty of mentorship and prioritizing…
  10. January 19, 2022
    53 min
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    Will the United States Government Survive the Climate Crisis?
    For this episode we invite back the former Senior Producer of this show, our friend Gregory Haddock.  Greg has been working on some awesome podcast projects this past year, and we’re super excited to have…
  11. January 05, 2022
    1 hr 9 min
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    The Haida Gwaii Lesson and Racist Conservation
    Mark Dowie is a self-styled investigative historian, and the author of the recent books, Conservation Refugees and The Haida Gwaii Lesson.  After a long career as a journalist, which included breaking the…
  12. December 22, 2021
    1 hr 1 min
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    Petro-Masculinity
    In 2018, Virginia Tech Political Science Professor Cara Daggett wrote a paper entitled ‘Petro- masculinity: Fossil Fuels and Authoritarian Desire’ which analyzed how society’s constructs of masculinit…
  13. December 08, 2021
    1 hr 25 min
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    Dr. Sylvia F***ing Earle!
    Close your eyes, and picture yourself underwater. See the light sway above you, as it gets darker and darker the further down you go. Welcome to the deep waters of the ocean, a place where today’s guest has spe…
  14. May 19, 2021
    1 hr 15 min
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    Bright Green Lies
    Filmmaker Julia Barnes speaks with authors Derrick Jensen, Lierre Keith, and Max Wilbert about their new book Bright Green Lies: How the Environmental Movement Lost Its Way and What We Can Do About It."Brig…
  15. May 05, 2021
    50 min
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    Saving the Rainforest, One C-Section at a Time
    It’s far too rare in the world of environmentalism to see programs that seek to solve humanitarian issues, to create positive conservation outcomes. But, after seeing the implications of illegal logging on the…
  16. April 21, 2021
    51 min
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    In a Gentle Way, He Shakes the World
    Munir Virani is a world-renowned raptor biologist and the executive vice president of the Peregrine Fund. We talk with him about growing up in Nairobi, Kenya, his inspiration to begin studying birds of prey, an…
  17. April 07, 2021
    46 min
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    Are We Screwing Up Climate Change Education?
    There's no denying that climate change will play a significant role in everyone's lives in the future (if it isn't keeping you awake at night already). But how do we tell our kids the truth and real…
  18. March 24, 2021
    29 min
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    Raíces Verdes
    Samara Almonte is the creator of Raíces Verdes, a podcast for healing our relationship with the Earth and with each other, as well as a platform dedicated to validating, sharing and archiving the experiences of…
  19. March 10, 2021
    39 min
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    It Started With A Pair of Pants
    After a difficult experience finding outdoor clothing that fit well, Raquel did what any normal person would do to solve this problem by starting her own inclusive outdoor clothing company.Raquel Vélez is the C…
  20. February 24, 2021
    44 min
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    There's No Such Thing as Wilderness
    Historian Mark David Spence is the author of “Dispossessing the Wilderness”, which explores the often obscured history of the forced removal of Native Americans from the landscapes that would become our first n…

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