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A Plastic Planet - Episode 1

Becoming Nature Podcast

Release Date: 08/17/2018

Discovering the cracks in the mirror, with Bayo Akomolafe show art Discovering the cracks in the mirror, with Bayo Akomolafe

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This conversation has invited me to look at those in my mirror. Where I try to polish and where I accept the invitation. In the broader scale where we in West are so busy polishing that our arms are falling off.

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Rewilding Farmland with David Katznelson show art Rewilding Farmland with David Katznelson

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How easy is it to buy farmland and give it back to nature. This is what we are talking about today. 

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Will of the Wild with Jay Griffiths show art Will of the Wild with Jay Griffiths

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Jay Griffiths talks about

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Angaangaq - melting the ice in the heart of man show art Angaangaq - melting the ice in the heart of man

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Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq is a shaman, traditional healer, storyteller and carrier of the Qilaut (winddrum), whose  family belongs to the traditional healers of the Far North from Kalaallit Nunaat, Greenland. His name means ‘The Man Who Looks Like His Uncle’. Since he was a child he was trained by his family- especially by his Grandmother Aanakasaa – for becoming a shaman. The spiritual task given by his mother is: “Melting the Ice in the Heart of Man”.

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The Body and Envisioning a New World with Stefana Serafina show art The Body and Envisioning a New World with Stefana Serafina

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My dear friend and mentor Stefana Serafina is our guest today. Her work has transformed my life.

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Plant Whispering with Rachel Corby show art Plant Whispering with Rachel Corby

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Rachel Corby is a very special teacher, and I’ve had the privilege to have her teach courses 2 years in a row.

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Sacred Storytelling with Leah Lamb show art Sacred Storytelling with Leah Lamb

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This conversation is with Leah Lamb. She is a storyteller, a writer and thinker. An activist. Last year I joined her course and dived in to the world of storytelling and storytellers from around the world. This art is revolutionary and we are all storytellers. So what stories are we telling? Listening to? And trusting?

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Becoming Nature with Laura Storm show art Becoming Nature with Laura Storm

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We are back and we kick off season two with a talk about sustainability, leadership. We take journey back to where we began moving away from nature and it’s intelligence and more importantly ´, where we stopped seeing ourselves as nature, a part of this eco-system. Today's guest is Laura Storm

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Sacred Ceremony with Sandra Ingerman show art Sacred Ceremony with Sandra Ingerman

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 Sandra Ingerman is known for gathering the global spiritual community together to perform powerful transformative ceremonies as well as inspires us to stand strong in unity so we do our own spiritual and social activism work while keeping a vision of hope and being a light in the world.

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Holistic Survival with Luke McLaughlin show art Holistic Survival with Luke McLaughlin

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Luke McLaughln is a naturalist, teacher, rewilder, mentor, survivalist, and founder of Holistic Survival School. Luke has committed his life to mastering and teaching ancestral and indigenous living skills in order to help people find their balance and connection to the Natural World.   Luke has mentored hundreds of people in the wilderness and learned how Earth skills teach us vital life lessons

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With us today on the Episode 1 and 1st Season of the Becoming Nature Podcast Show is Frederikke Magnussen. Co Founder of A Plastic Planet. 

We talk about the facts about single use plastic, how we can turn off the tap and where we can put pressure to help turn the climate ship around. 

A Plastic Planet (APP) is a grassroots movement launched in January 2017 with a single goal – to turn off the plastic tap. They want to dramatically reduce the use of conventional plastic; especially that used to package our food and drink.

Recent history has proven that recycling this kind of plastic is not the answer; it is valueless, too difficult to reclaim and often contaminated. It’s fundamentally the wrong use of plastic in the first place. But right now, the public have no choice but to buy their food and drink packaged in this indestructible plastic. When you can buy gluten-free, fat-free, dairy-free; why can we not buy plastic-free?

Learn more about their mission here: http://www.aplasticplanet.com/our-single-goal.php