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Project Drawdown – Episode 016 Geoversiv – Earth Intelligence

Dr. Jonathan Foley is our guest.  He is the Executive Director of Project Drawndown.There are off-the-shelf solutions to the climate crisis.  Nothing new has to be discovered or technology invented.  The solution will rely on knowledge, will and policy.  There are coming changes in the financial sector that recognize and will react to the pressures of risk management in investing further dollars and time into those operations that could destroy us.  At the same time, more capital is flowing into solutions, but not fast enough. Dr. Foley quotes the late Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin, founder of Earth Day, saying, "The economy is a wholly owned subsidiary of Nature."  New agricultural practices, new investments, money flowing to solutions .  A wide-ranging discussion on how to keep the planet from warming, using common sense and available methods.
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The Geoversiv Earth Intelligence podcast is your window into the frontier work of imagining, designing, forging, and securing a future of sustainable health and resilience, open to all. Legendary investigative journalist and long-time television news anchor Don Shelby is the host and executive producer of Geoversiv Earth Intelligence. The lead contributors are Myra Jackson and Joe Robertson.


Episode 1

What is Earth Intelligence?

An introduction to the nature of Geoversiv, and a discussion on the meaning of Earth Intelligence, within the framework of Climate Change.  How the need to replicate the functioning of nature and nature’s laws can get us to the solutions we seek.

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Episode 2

Redefining Sustainability

Continuing discussion on Climate Change, with an emphasis on understanding sustainability and the role Nature plays in informing our path forward.  The economics of global food security will be discussed in detail.  The purpose of the discussion is to create community around the idea that the solutions to climate change are available working within Nature’s frameworks, as opposed to fighting the physical laws of nature.

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Episode 3

The COVID Crisis

Coming soon


Episode 4

Why democracy matters

Coming soon


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