No Place Like Home

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In our season finale, we take you on a journey to Puerto Rico to meet evangelical pastor turned relief worker and climate advocate, Carlos Rodriguez. He has a powerful personal story about how the climate impacts of Hurricane Maria and Irma tra
In this profound and beautiful conversation, we talk with Rabbi Jennie Rosenn, Founder and CEO of Dayenu - a movement of American Jews confronting the climate crisis with spiritual audacity and bold political action. She shares powerful stories
In this episode, we chat with mental health guru meets climate rockstar, Sarah Wilson. She’s the author of “First We Make the Beast Beautiful: A New Journey Through Anxiety” which explores anxiety as a spiritual quest. Sarah shares how she’s fo
This conversation features a renowned leader at the intersection of racial justice, climate change, and culture. It was recorded before the murder of George Floyd and the recent uprisings - but is relevant to this moment. We hope you’ll listen.
Sherri Mitchell's name in her language is Weh'na Ha'mu Kwasset. She is an indigenous rights attorney from the Penobscot Nation and the author of a wonderful book, Sacred Instructions, that we highly recommend checking out. It brings together in
Dr. Katharine Wilkinson is a climate author, strategist, and teacher, working to heal the planet we call home. Katharine talks with us about faith, finding courage with a broken heart, the strength in vulnerability, and why we need female leade
Climate scientist and Zen Buddhist Dr. Kritee Kanko shares her journey through depression into interbeing with the No Place Like Home family. We look at ecodharma and how meditation and Buddhist teachings can help us navigate the climate crisis
A former evangelical turned witch, Jamie Lee Finch shares wisdom from this ancient goddess religion on navigating the climate crisis. We explore her surprising spiritual journey, the history of witches as healers, how climate justice connects w
What does Islam teach us about facing climate change? We ask Ibrahim Abdul-Matin: an urban strategist, author and thought leader who has advised political leaders and corporations on climate policy. He also wrote a beautiful book called: “Green
In this new “Bring the Light” season, we explore how spirituality helps us face the climate crisis. This isn’t something we can beat with technology, policy and science alone. It takes heart and strength and courage - the kinds of things many p
In Season 3, Bring the Light, we'll explore how faith and spirituality, in all its forms, can help us wrap our arms around the climate crisis.
In this new season of No Place Like Home we are exploring how we use faith and spirituality, in all its forms, to wrap our arms around the climate crisis. This episode we speak with Mike McHargue, a Christian-turned-atheist-turned follower of J
This bonus episode of No Place Like Home was produced in partnership with Drilled. Host Amy Westervelt speaks with Anna Jane about the importance of good storytelling around the climate crisis, and how culture and entertainment can motivate act
This season on No Place Like Home we’ve been diving into *All The Climate Feels* - the emotional, psychological and spiritual elements of climate change. For our season finale, we chat all the climate feels - and our vision for a new world - wi
This episode is devoted to faith, spirituality, religion - and how it contributes to (and complicates) our lives and the climate fight. We’re excited to bring y’all a beautiful, thought-provoking conversation with Karenna Gore - Al Gore’s dau
This season we’ve been taking a deep dive into how climate change makes us feel - how it impacts us emotionally and spiritually - on a heart level. But what if your whole culture and identity were imperiled right now? This episode, we're hono
In this episode, we ask that age-old question: can art really save the world? Or at least help us find sanity, courage, and joy in the face of climate change? Join us for some powerful poetry, musings on the revolution, and more with Joel McKer
In this episode, we talk taking care of ourselves and each other - and the utter importance of finding and fighting for joy in the midst of the climate apocalypse. Join us and the AMAZING Adrienne Maree Brown - a writer, facilitator, emergent s
This season, we're getting to the heart of *All The Climate Feels.* Let's face it: climate change makes us feel anxious, afraid, angry, apathetic, and even depressed. Join us as we get personal with experts and folks on the frontlines to expl
Let's face it: climate change makes us feel anxious, afraid, angry, apathetic, and even depressed. This season, we're getting to the heart of *All The Climate Feels.* Join us as we get personal with experts and folks on the frontlines to ex
Mary Anne updates us on booting Pruitt! Then, Anna Jane and Mary Anne share a BIG ANNOUNCEMENT and reflect on what they learned from their series 'How Then Shall We Live?' - which explores whether or not our personal choices matter in the fight
In part 4 of our series 'How Then Shall We Live?' which explores whether or not our personal choices matter in the fight against climate change, Mary Anne and Anna Jane explore whether or not to cut down on flying because of the harmful impact
Michael Grunwald, veteran energy and political reporter at Politico, joins us to talk about going solar, buying an electric vehicle, and saving money in part 3 of our series 'How Then Shall We Live?' which explores whether or not our personal c
Mary Anne and Anna Jane dive into part 2 of our series 'How Then Shall We Live?' which explores whether or not our personal choices matter in the fight against climate change. We ponder our personal eating habits and how they fit in with the la
We embark on a bold new series, 'How Then Shall We Live?' which explores whether or not our personal choices matter in the fight against climate change. This episode considers the decision to have children (or not) and how that decision impacts
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