May 12, 2023 How might we embrace complexity to open more to life? In this episode, I speak with Michelle Holliday. Michelle is a consultant, facilitator, author and researcher. Her
May 5, 2023 What would it take for us to embrace decay as means to creating new life? In this episode of the Coconut Thinking podcast, I speak with Lennart
May 1, 2023 Those who “believe” they have the answers to present urgencies are terribly dangerous. —Donna Haraway When we try to solve problems, when we see ourselves as change-makers,
April 28, 2023 What would it take to bring about a world that weaves modernity and ancient wisdoms? In this episode, I speak with Joe Brewer. Joe is the co-founder
April 21, 2023 What would it take for us to respond to the planetary Crisis with our collective imagination(s)? This is a special episode: a conversation between three thinker-doers around
April 14, 2023 In this episode, Benjamin Freud, Ph.D. speaks with D’Arcy Lunn and Kenny Peavy. D’Arcy is the Group Head of Sustainability & Global Citizenship at Education in Motion.
January 7, 2022 & April 7, 2023 In this episode, I speak to Yong Zhao, Foundations Distinguished Professor in the School of Education with an appointment in the School of
December 11, 2021 & March 31, 2023 In this episode, I speak with Ulcca Joshi Hansen, author, educational thought leader, and social change advocate with a twenty-year career dedicated to shifting
March 24, 2023 In this episode, I speak with Michelle Blanchet. Michelle is the founder of the Educators’ Lab, which supports teacher-driven solutions to educational challenges. Michelle is the co-author
March 17, 2023 In this episode, I speak with Joe Rice. Joe is the Co-founding Director of Philips Indigenous Education Network, specializing in holistic learning for well-being rooted in Nature.